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CHAPTER IX

" I vote we do it next week," said Oliver. " Thursday would be a good day."'
" Do what ? "
" Devil's Island, of course. Write to your sister, Peter, and ask her to be just over Windsor Bridge by six o'clock. Down that turning to the right at the back of the theatre. We'll take caps and ties in our pockets."
" Might as well change completely while we are about it," said Peter.
" Yes, but how ? All our suits are at the tailor's."
" Easy. I'll get my sister to bring down three old suits of mine. We can change in the car."
" I hope the devil we're not caught," said Denis. " It will be the last straw for me."
Oliver laughed. " Don't be a funk. Besides, it's safe. Of course, you needn't come if you don't want to."
" I'm coming all right. I hope you've got a suit to fit me, Peter."
" Expect so. I can't promise you the latest fashions. One of you will have to wear a grey check."
" That's me," said Oliver. " All the best crooks wear checks."
" That's settled," said Peter. " Mr. Hendren, three more bridge rolls and some cider, please. I'll write to my sister to-night."
" Why shouldn't we all stay for dinner ? " said Oliver. " M'dame would spot us at supper," said Denis.
" That's true. Never mind. I've an idea. I told you I'd thought of a new way into m'tutors. Let's go to Devil's Island at night instead."
" Too much of a risk," said Peter.
" Not my way, Peter. It isn't really. Getting out is easy enough. The moment prayers are over, we slip into pupil room and wait till the house has gone to bed. If m'tutor comes along we can pretend to be looking for a book."
" Or hide in the rears," said Denis.
" Then we get out between the bars of pupil room window," said Oliver.

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