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CHAPTER VIII

holding out her hand. " I am glad to see you again." Robin looked quickly to see if the Tauntons were waiting for him. Colonel Taunton had hooked an old man in a top-hat, who was obviously good for several minutes. He took in Joan with slow, marvelling eyes. " I was hoping I'd see you," he said. " I hear you've been to Switzerland."
" Completing my education."
" I may be leaving at the end of the half myself and going abroad."
" Are you ?" said Denis. " You never told me."
" Nothing's settled yet. You do look smart, Joan."
" Do you think so ? You must come and stay with us again, don't forget. Fix it up with Denis."
" Thanks ; I'd love to if... if I can."
" Why doesn't Robin come for the yacht club dance ? Mother said I could ask anyone I liked, Denis ?"
" Yes," said Denis. " Why don't you ?"
" I'll let you know later, if I may. It would be great fun. I
must fly now. They're waiting for me. See you later, Joan." " He's become so good looking," said Joan, after Robin had gone.
" Hashe?"
" And he's got such nice manners. It would be fun if you had him to stay in the hols. Can he dance ?"
" Fun for you. Oh yes, I expect he can."
" I've always liked Robin. He seems so sensible and sure of himself for his age. Who's that bowling for the school, Denis ? "
" I haven't the faintest idea," said Denis.
As the stroke of one drifted out to the cricket field, people began to move towards lunch. Denis took his mother's arm and piloted her towards the house.
" I believe you're fatter," said his mother. " You look very well."
" How do you like my new waistcoat, mum ?"
" What, another coloured waistcoat. What extravagance. But it's very smart. What a funny way the buttons are arranged. Is that the latest thing at Eton ?"

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