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CHAPTER XV

" Do you know what you're supposed to do ?"
" No."
" Then why didn't you ask? You've got to keep in touch with the patrols on either side and report back to me or Owen Jones if you hear anything."
" I see."
" All right. Out you go."
Denis and Worming moved off down the-hill, tripping in rabbit scrapes and cursing in the dark.
" Is this fifty yards ? "
" I should think so," said Worming. They lay down by an anthill and peered in front of them. The edge of the hill fell away sharply in the shadow and they seemed to be lying on the verge of a great precipice. Behind they could hear noisy whispers and dull thuds, with occasional bursts of laughter.
" What the devil are they doing ?" said Denis.
" God knows. Shall I go and see? "
" Wait a minute. I'll just creep along and find out what the next patrol is doing. You stay here." Denis felt his way along the side of the hill, leaning inwards to his right. " Are you there ?" he whispered at intervals. But no one seemed to be there. Fearing he would lose Worming, he returned to the anthill.
" There's the hell of a noise been going on back there," said Worming. " It's stopped now. Hadn't we better go back and investigate ? "
They started up the hill again, their eyes strained before them. No sound came from the Eton line. Suddenly Denis stumbled. A great clatter rang out on the hill and his hands broke his fall on something hard and rough. " Look out, Worming, there's some obstacle here."
" Shut up, you fool," came a whisper from above. A hand gripped him. " Come through here, you bloody ass. Do you want to give the whole show away? " Denis and Worming were hauled into the middle of Wren's section, which lay stretched in a rough line, some of them smoking cigarettes, a few snoring gently.

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