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CHAPTER IX

this morning. He was sympathetic, if he was a bit of a fool. He picked up his books. " Are you coming my way ?"
" No, I'm up to Tiny. See you at breakfast."
Denis waited in the dining-room till three minutes before seven, but neither Peter nor Oliver came down. At the door he met Featherstone and Warburton, who were going in his direction. He walked with them for some way without listening to their conversation.
" Now we shall know," said Peter, at the beginning of eleven o'clock school.
" I bet you a strawberry mess that nothing happens," said Oliver.
" I shan't be sorry when the morning's school is over all the same," said Denis. It was a stroke of luck that it was French, when they were all three up to the same master.
The hour dragged slowly. Nobody knew their construe and Perrier was getting short-tempered.
" That is the third time, Sanders. Come 'ere. 'Old out your 'and." Sanders held out his hand, grinning. Then pulled it away quickly. Monsieur Perrier's ruler struck the table.
" Now, Sanders." The boy grinned and took his hand away in time to miss a second stroke from Perrier. It was a good game, this, and the division enjoyed it. But Perrier had become serious. He was white in the face. " Sanders, you better take care." The boy looked up and realised it was no longer a game.
" Sorry, sir, but I didn't mean ..."
" Asseyez vous," said Monsieur Perrier. " I see you afterwards." Sanders went back to his desk. The division bent over their books and Perrier sat staring at the table before him.
A double knock sounded. Denis watched the door. The knock was repeated.
" Com' een." A top-hat and an arm appeared round the door.
" Is Harbord in this division ?"
" Ye-es," said Perrier.

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