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CHAPTER XIII

over the pages. " I say, sir, I'm sorry if I ragged you this half. I didn't mean to ; but you know what it's like with other fellows."
" I know," said Shivers. " I hoped you would have done better this half, but perhaps you will get on in history. I shall miss you."
· I'm sorry to be leaving your division, sir."
They talked of the holidays and Denis said goodbye.
Outside the house he looked inside the book. " D. Bailey with kind wishes from Clarence Hunter." Clarence. What a name. Lucky for Shivers that no one seemed to know he was called Clarence. He wondered why Shivers had given him a book. What a funny old bird he was.
Cricket was over, except for the final of the house match. On Agars Plough, Macfarlane's and Huntley's were fighting out an even game. The sun was scorching and the turf was hard and cracked.
" I'm sick of this," said Peter. " What happens if they don't finish it to-night ? "
" They have to go on to-morrow and come on late to camp. Huntley's ought to win."
" About the middle of next week. Let's go down town and get some fags to take with us to-morrow. We parade at some godless hour."
" We must look for the hag, if she comes round to-night," said Denis. " Last year she caught Featherstone with a hundred cigarettes and tobacco."
" We'll get some creme de menthe, and put them in the tins. We shall want some oranges too. It will be bloody hot in the train."
They went back through the playing fields. On Upper Club the elms were heavy and white with dust from the Slough road. Stumps had been put away for another year, but there were brown scrapes in the turf, where the firstand second elevens had batted and bowled. The river had sunk from sight during the long drought. A couple of pops in light grey flannels and house colour blazers sat on Fourth

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