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CHAPTER XI

Someone banged on the door. " Are you in the bath ?" said Peter.
" Hullo. Yes, shan't be a minute." " No hurry. Can I come in ?"
" Just a sec." Denis jumped out of the bath, wrapped a towel round his waist and opened the door. Peter appeared in a scarlet silk dressing gown and looked at himself in the mirror. He pressed a pimple between his fingers. " Hope you slept all right ? "
" Rather," said Denis. He dried himself quickly, stooping to wipe his toes, when Peter finished his self inspection.
" What's the water like ? Hot ?"
" Yes, glorious. Sorry, I forgot to pull up the waste."
" Doesn't matter. I'll use yours. You don't seem to have spoilt it." Peter climbed into the bath. He stood stretching himself in the water. Denis struggled slowly into his vest. Peter lay limply in the cloudy water. He crossed his arms behind his head. Denis collected his things. " I'm going to dress now," he said.
" All right. Don't eat all the breakfast. You'll find father down, I expect."
Lord Periton was busy at the dining-room table. The Times was propped up before him. A row of dishes kept warm on a silver stand, and Lord Periton seemed to have sampled diem all in turn. There were traces of fish and egg and sausage and kidney and bacon on his plate. " Try some smoked haddock with a poached egg to begin with," said Lord Periton. Denis tried it.
" The Times man has been accusing the Eton fast bowler of kicking up the pitch unnecessarily," said Lord Periton. " Prophesies some casualties to-day."
" I once batted against Andrews in a junior house match,'' said Denis. " He was plugging them down short on the leg side."
" That's the stuff to give them," said Lord Periton. Short on the leg, that's it, eh ?"
" Yes, sir," said Denis, doubtfully.
Help yourself," said Lord Periton. " I recommend the

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