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CHAPTER II

He was very shy in the presence of ladies and pretty shy with the boys in his own house.
" And Bailey," he said, " How are you? Brought any sketches back with you ? "
" A few, sir. They're not much good."
" Good, good ; we'll compare results later. And Warburton, how are you ?" and the process of greeting his tutor was over. Denis drifted across to the fireplace and stood about for a little. He gazed at the solid silver frames, which successively displaced the photographs of Wren's departed favourites. Then he went upstairs again ; there was nothing to do before supper. He stared at the end of last half's notices, pinned to a green baize board on the lower passage.

FINAL OF HOUSE FIVES
" Taunton and Manley U. Owen Jones and
Warburton."

It had been a walk-over for the first pair, as Warburton had gone down with German measles.
BATH NIGHTS.-There was only one big bath in the house and it was allotted to upper boys on regular nights in the week. The rest of the house used the two shower baths, and Miss Fuller, the dame, had made a rule that everyone should have a bath once a day. As the big bath, except at night, was reserved for members of the library, the rule was not always kept. Damping a towel before the dame paid her evening inspection was the way out of the difficulty.
Another faded notice caught Denis's eye. FAG LIST. Casually he read last half's names. Freeman, the captain of the house, had four fags, who tidied his room, looked after his fire in the winter and got tea ready. Others had three, some two ; and as there happened to be a good many lower boys at the moment, there was a long list of names with a single fag attached to them. Denis had one fag.

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