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CHAPTER XI

kidneys. You'd better get them before Peter comes down." Denis reloaded his plate and ate while Lord Periton read The Times.
" I see that scoundrel Churchill has been making another speech. Reported revolution in South America, what's this ? "
" A revolution, sir ? "
" Fatstock` have been fetching good prices. I must tell my agent to see about selling. Ha, old Fanny Branford has got her daughter off at last."
" Really, sir ? "
" And about time, too. She's Bridget's age. Talk of another attempt to fly the Atlantic. Damned waste of good lives, eh ? "
" We lined the streets of Windsor for Alcock and Brown when they visited the King," said Denis.
" A couple has just danced non-stop for ninety-six hours in California. Confound it, there's a depression approaching from Iceland. Rain expected by to-morrow. Well, well, I must be moving on. I've got a few things to attend to before we start. You'll forgive me if I leave you. Help yourself to everything." Lord Periton, with a bundle of crumpled newspaper under his arm, left the room.
" Match cards. Match cards," men were shouting at the gates of Lord's. Their faces were hot and shiny and their eyes were wild.
" Eton all out 144," read Lord Periton. " Good gracious, only four runs added."
" Dark blue, sir ?" shouted a hawker and thrust a Harrovian baby at him. " Wear the winning colours, sir."
" That's you, mother," said Peter. " It's a bad day for dark blue sunshades. I'm afraid you'll have to scorch."
" How stupid of me," said Lady Periton. She closed her sunshade. All colour schemes were subordinate to the Eton and Harrow blues. Society was divided for the day into dark blue and light, and dark blue just now was in the ascendancy. In the stands, it was quiet. Strained Eton faces

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