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CHAPTER XVIII

" Have you seen the fag list ?" said Oliver, coming in to tea.
" Who have I got? "
" Redbridge, you lucky dog, Denis. And Peter, you've got a new boy, Towne Minor. He looks all right, too. I've got that bloody ass, Royds."
" Sheep face," said Peter. " Never mind, that's three fags between us for the mess. We shan't do too badly."
" Redbridge," said Denis. " He's a damned nice kid."
" Attractive little piece," said Oliver.
" Shut up, Oliver."
" Don't get sore. You don't own young Redbridge yet."
" I think he'll make an excellent fag," said Denis. Oliver and Peter smiled.
" I shan't get Towne for a week or so, if he's a new boy," said Peter. " Poor little devil ; think of them having to go through that examination. Oliver, do you remember Hunter's house colours ? "
" I shall never forget rose and viridian," said Oliver. All new boys had to pass an examination on the colours of the houses, football rules and other Eton peculiarities. Oliver had been given six chances to get Hunter's house colours right, and had suggested six combinations without striking a single correct colour.
" You were damned lucky to get three up only," said Peter. After tea, Redbridge and Royds were called into the room and told what was expected of them. Redbridge was a sleepy youth with a mole on one cheek. He had fair, sleek hair, which curled across his forehead.
" Yes, Bailey, I understand. All right. Yes, Bailey." His blue eyes were full of mild reproach. His collar was not very clean. Royds fell over the ottoman as he left the room and grinned at Oliver.
A new notice had been pinned to the board.
H. WREN, ESQ.'S, HOUSE DEBATING SOCIETY
" Private Business will be held in the Library at 12.45 p.m. to-morrow, Sunday.
" SWINLEY."

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