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CHAPTER XIX

Only one lower boy was excused general fagging. Heath, the library fag, who was supposed to look after the room and tidy up the papers, had far more excuses than duties. Three weeks from the beginning of the half, Swinley came in after lock up and found the library fire a pile of ashes.
" I told Royds to keep it up, as I had to go out to see Rawson," said Heath plausibly. Royds was summoned but could not be found, and an inspection of the dame's counterfoils showed that he was also visiting an outside master.
" You had better bend over there," said Swinley. The rest of the library were already in their chairs, with expressions suitably composed. Heath got four up and made no sound. " Too high," said Beckett, when he had gone.
" You're too quick between the strokes," said Robin. " You want to wait till it sinks in, and then hit the same spot, if possible."
" I didn't want to kill the little beggar," said Swinley. " I'll give it to him harder next time."
After the first stroke, Denis had looked away and listened for the next. He wanted to get up and leave the room, but he had not the strength to make the effort. He was glad when he heard the library door shut.
" We must do something about this debate," said Peter the next morning. Denis was reading Kidnapped in an armchair. He had plenty of leisure now he was a specialist, and he had taken his father's advice and started on the volumes in the library bookshelves.
" Which side are you going to take ?" he said, without looking up.
" For, I think," said Peter. " Everyone seems to be going against. Denis went on reading. The books in the library were little used, except as an excuse for lingering in the passage after prayers. Though Wren's had done little in the athletic world of late, it could not as a whole be described as a literary house. Peter threw a fives glove at him. " Wake up, Denis. What about this bloody debate ?"
" Well, what about it? " said Denis.

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