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CHAPTER XII

castle walls, and glanced at his tutor's sketch. Wren had finished his pijaw, thank God. He had meant well, of course.
" That's awfully good, sir," said Denis. " It's so much broader than mine."
" Um. Not quite the effect I wanted." Wren held out his sketch and smiled. " However, we live and learn."
" I wish I could get those big washes. Mine's an awful mess."
" Not at all," said Wren. " It's a little uncertain of itself ; and I'm not quite sure of the tone of your trees. I'm afraid we'll have to finish another time. It's getting late."
Denis threw away his paint water and packed up his things. But for the pijaw, it had been a good evening.
" I didn't see you at Lord's, Robin," said Denis at supper.
" I've been staying with the Tauntons and we motored up each day for the match. Colonel Taunton is a damned good sort, and they've got a lovely place."
" I've done a show and a dance and I went to Hurlingham yesterday."
" You are becoming a dog."
" That's what Maureen called you," said Oliver. " She's a decent sort, that girl, and plays tennis like a boy."
" She's not a bad kid," said Denis.
" She told me lots of stories about you at Speenmouth."
" Did she ? What sort of stories ?"
" Oh, just stories. You're the hell of a fellow in a boat, it seems. I say, I wonder how long we can keep m'tutor to-night ?" Wren was having supper with the boys.
" Fill up your plate," said Denis. " Go on, Warburton. The first person to finish has to do the nose trick and everyone pats him on the back."
" Peter, you're eating too fast," said Featherstone. " M'tutor isn't nearly ready." Oliver emptied a dish of pickles on to his plate and made futile prods with his fork. Freeman and the top few boys had already finished. Wren worked his toothpick and glanced down the table.
" All right, m'dame," said Oliver with his mouth full.

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