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CHAPTER XIX

like army swagger canes, and only pops were allowed to use them. A pop tanning was an unforgettable experience. Occasionally, when a boy had let down the school in some way, the members of the Eton Society were allowed to deal with him themselves, and after a stroke each from a score of members in the privacy of Pop Room, he behaved better in future. Featherstone in his youth had been pop-tanned for smoking in the street after lock up. A week later one of his executioners was caught by a master doing the same thing and was given a Georgic.
Denis had not yet called a boy. `Only the library might shout for fags. The rest of upper division, who had the right of fagging, had to prowl round the passages on the chance of finding a lower boy idle, or open the door of a room, which at the beginning of the half often turned out to be full of newly fledged uppers. Denis stood at the bottom of the stairs and tried a string of names. His voice sounded far off and feeble. " Redbridge, Royds, Towne, Shalfont, Beverley," he called a little louder. A door opened on the second passage and closed again. Robin came out of the library, " Here, listen to me. Shalfont, Beverley, Redbridge, Royds, roy, roy, oyoy oyoyoy," he bawled in a long roar. A dozen doors opened and a wild rush began. Down the narrow stairs lower boys came running, jumping, slithering and arrived in a flushed heap at their feet.
" You're last as usual, Shalfont," said Robin. " You had better do it, whatever it is."
" My room's farthest off, Manley."
" It's only to go up to my room and fetch an atlas, you'll find on the table," said Denis. The lower boys trooped back up the stairs. In some houses " boy " was called, when a fag was wanted. But Wren had forbidden the practice on account of the dismal noise echoing through the house and had told the library to call a few names distinctly. At the beginning of each half the library composed a war cry of four or five names with a fine swinging sequence, and bawled them in a mournful singsong, not less dismal and rather louder than the forbidden " boy."

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