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CHAPTER VIII

There are two main dates in the summer half at Eton. Jones was tanned a week after the Fourth of June ; or it was just before Lord's that Smith made his century. Denis had drawn lines across his calendar, where the Fourth of June and the Eton and Harrow match occurred, and the first line was coming near.
The days before the Fourth passed quickly with a temporary end in view. Maths seemed to have lost some of their dullness. Daddy Long Legs was revealed for the first time as a human being with some sort of a grievance against life in general. Monsieur Perrier was really rather a wit..
Fielding point in club cricket matches, Denis stood closer to the batsman and tried hard not to funk the stinging catches slashed in his direction. He batted carefully and made twenty-seven. He felt very cheerful and pencilled off each day on the school calendar. The major saints' days were shown in red and were celebrated as whole holidays, sometimes as non dies, when even early school was excused. The saints were very popular at Eton.
Denis had arranged for the newer of his two suits to go down to the tailors to be pressed, ready for the Fourth of June. The richer boys sent their suits alternate weeks, for which their parents eventually paid the sum of seven and six a time. But Denis plied a clothes-brush in his room at night and put his trousers under the bed on Saturday. He had an allowance of £ 100 a year, out of which he had to dress, pay railway fares, and find the necesssary pocket money. Most boys had orders, provided by their people at one of the school sockshops : but Denis had to pay cash, and the summer half, with its ices and sundaes and messes. was one long temptation.

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