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CHAPTER XVIII

" I wonder who'll get in," said Peter. Oliver kicked his feet against the wall and whistled. " I wonder who is going to get into the library," he said.
" So do I," said Peter.
" I'm going up to my room," said Denis, and left them.
The election to the library was a protracted business. Swinley wanted Holmes-Norton and Beckett had vowed he would have Warburton. Featherstone, who was a certainty for his house colours, was agreed on by mutual consent, and Peter only received one black ball. When Swinley and Beckett reached a deadlock over Holmes-Norton and Warburton, they ceased to blackball Denis, and after three quarters of an hour Robin recorded in the book, " Mr. Manley put up Mr. Bailey. He received no black balls and was therefore elected."
The news soon spread. Oliver was the first to congratulate them. " Damned good, Denis. Don't be too hard on the rest of us, and don't forget your old friends." Denis laughed a little sheepishly. He was very proud of his election. Already he saw " Wren's House Library Rules," edged with coloured ribbon, and pinned to the walls of his room. His family would be glad. It might even convince his father that he was being a success. Reading the papers in the library at night and after breakfast. Using the special water-closet, set apart for the library. Doing his work for Raven in the library at night. Poor old Oliver ; but they would get him into the debate, anyhow.
Swinley was in the library, when Denis took his place. " You'd better have the last peg but one for your coat and things ; and that drawer over there."
" Thanks," said Denis.
" And I hope you're a gramophone fan, or we shall have to fine the debate for some new records," said Beckett.
" I'll get some ; rather," said Denis.
The election to the debate was surprisingly short. Oliver was elected with one black ball, which Denis attributed to Robin. Spencer-Mace scraped in by the minimum. With some embarrassment, Beckett rose to propose Worming

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