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CHAPTER VI

you're in the library, Robin. We can't all be good at games like you and Taunton."
" What are you talking about ?" Robin spoke coldly. " I don't mind Spencer-Mace and his crew not being any use at games. I merely think m'tutors would be better off without them."
" What about Featherstone ?" said Denis. Featherstone played football for the house.
" What about him? " said Robin. They walked on in silence. " By the way, have you done your stuff for Raven this afternoon, Denis ? "
" About nine pages ; I've skimmed through it. I can't say I know much about it."
" Nor do I. I'll ask you questions in your room after twelve if you like."
" Thanks awfully," said Denis, " but I've got a drawing lesson ; thanks all the same."
In the science schools things were going nicely, although Wilson had not yet been signalled from Chambers. Two boys were racing blobs of mercury along grooves in the desk, while a small crowd laid bets on them. Another boy was drawing a picture of a prehistoric absurdity on the blackboard. He wiped it out with a quick stroke of the duster as Mr. Wilson appeared. The division took their seats. Mr. Wilson went to a pile of notebooks in the corner and threw them one after the other at the boys in his division. Some caught them neatly. " Butter fingers," said Mr. Wilson, as others fumbled and dived in the dust of the floor. Mr. Wilson removed an over friendly skeleton from reach and planted it in the corner. He was a small man with sharp, finished movements like a conjuror. When he turned to the division and held out a hand to show how simple it all was, somebody always laughed. " What do you find to laugh at in that ?" said Mr. Wilson. " What do you think I am, a public buffoon ? " Nobody knew whether to laugh or to look grave, knowing that Mr. Wilson rather liked to appear a buffoon. `
He began the science hour with some slides. " Pull down

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