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CHAPTER IV

rag. All the troops from the barracks and the townees waving torches about and fighting each other in the streets. You should have seen the mob on Windsor Hill. We got jammed in the crowd and carried right up to the Castle. We didn't get in till eleven."
" And they tanned you on the spot ? Bloody swine."
" Some way of celebrating the peace," growled Harbord.
" Exactly what we thought. By God I'd like to boot Freeman up the bottom," said Denis. His memory of the last day of the war and the first day of the peace was not so good as it might have been. The Armistice had missed him out.
" Where does Taunton get his port ?" asked Ockley.
" I don't know. Johnston's, probably. He's a bloody fool. He and Featherstone will get caught one of these days."
" It's rather foul," said Denis, " if it makes him sick."
" If it hadn't been for that guy Phillipps, we should still be able to get beer at Tap," said Harbord.
" Do you like beer ?" asked Denis. He had smelt beer once and thought it filthy.
" Course I do," said Harbord, " though I think I'd rather have port."
" But it wasn't beer that Phillipps got tight on, was it ?" asked Denis.
" No, the fool had some whisky in Windsor, and the dame found him staggering about the bathroom trying to disguise his breath with a tube of Kolynos. She reported him to Burrell, who asked where he got his drink, and the bloody ass said at Tap. Everybody knows that Tap beer wouldn't have hurt a flea. Result, no more beer for Eton College."
" I must say I think beer smells pretty foul," said Denis, after a pause.
" Don't be a prig," said Harbord. " Of course it's a cultivated taste."
" I say, what about turning," said Ockley. He had visions of a banana mess before absence. Denis backwatered skilfully. " Come on, we'll race : you give us the time, Ockley."

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