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CHAPTER XV

We used to gather at the Old Dun Cow.
The old Dun Cow
Is done for now.
There ain't no beer,
There ain't no gin.
Next week we're going to have the brokers in."

One of the humorists made an incredibly funny face and Denis shouted out the rest of the chorus.

So now we gather at the Fountain,
It's after half-Past nine ;
So take a cup, and sup it up,
For sake of Auld Lang Syne.

Only most of the tent sang " And it tastes of turpentine."
" Shall we go and hear Hepworth ?" said Robin. Hepworth was the camp chaplain and ran a mission in the East of London. He was very popular in camp.
" Dear old Hepers. Yes, I'll come. Do you go every night, Robin ? "
" Usually. He's a splendid fellow and it's always crowded. Look."
" You're right," said Denis. " It's like Windsor Hill was on Armistice Night."
As they climbed higher, Hepworth's small figure was lost below a sea of heads, that flowed across the hill. On the outskirts of the crowd the chaplain's final words could just be heard.

" Boys, I know it is difficult for you. I know your tempt ations. But you will all try ; make a special effort. Remember that your life is what you make it. Try to make it something beautiful ; something to be proud of, and not an unclean thing to be hidden away. I know you are all decent fellows at heart. And now on this wonderful evening God has given us, let us all sing together that splendid hymn' For all the Saints.' "

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