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CHAPTER XVII

him. " Conceited," " bumptious," and " the sort of fellow girls like," were amongst his epithets, and he was strengthened in his last opinion by a visit to Karl's bedroom. On his dressing-table were several kinds of hair oil and face cream and two yellow paper novels with " amour " in both their titles.
Robin arrived the next day and was soon involved in an earnest argument with Karl on the merits of the English public school, to which Joan listened attentively. Karl talked incessantly at every meal on books, music, and young women. Mrs. Bailey laughed at his extravagant stories and Mr. Bailey reserved his opinion.
On the third day of their visit, Denis left Karl and Robin after breakfast and bicycled down to the quay. He was hoisting the Cormorant's lug, when Maureen came along the causeway.
" Going for a sail, Denis ?"
" Coming ? Right you are. I'll pick you up at the steps. Denis luffed the boat skilfully into the wind and ran forward to grip the side of the steps. "jump in, Maureen. Shove her off." He held up the jib sheet ; then hauled in the lug, as the wind flattened the jib and the Cormorant's bow swung away in the tide. Maureen settled herself on the middle thwart. " What's up, Denis ? " she said.
" I don't know, I'm fed up. It's Joan's fault for asking them."
" The Swedish boy and Robin? I thought Robin was your friend."
" Was. He used to be all right till he got into the library. He's been spoiled."
" Cheer up, anyhow. Karl-what's-his-name probably isn't so bad when you get to know him. Does he like Joan ?"
" I suppose so," said Denis. He put the Cormorant about and steered for an opening in the spear. " Wherever are we going? "
" Thought we'd explore Buller's Creek. I haven't been up it since last summer."
" Don't get stuck. I've got to get back for lunch. I say,

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