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CHAPTER XIX

" You might help me evolve a few arguments instead of sitting unsociably in the corner."
" I can't help you if you don't know your own mind. Besides, I'm reading. Go to the school library and ask Hector." Peter went.
On the first floor landing Oliver and Warburton leaned against the notice board. On a sheet of paper was written :

H. WREN, ESQ.'S, HOUSE DEBATING SOCIETY
" A debate on the following subject will be held in the library on Saturday, October 2oth, after prayers. 'Which is better-a Classical or a Modern Education.'
" SWINLEY."

" I saw Worming in the school library," said Oliver. " I bet Hector has given him all the points."
" Hector ought to give one point to everyone," said Warburton.
" I don't think it's right that the opener or opposer should consult the school librarian at all," said HolmesNorton.
" Don't you ?" said Worming. Being the next junior member of the debate, it fell to him to oppose SpencerMace's opening.
" At any rate, I have no intention of going near the school library," said Holmes-Norton.
" Of course, Holmes-Norton has brains, you see," said Warburton.
" At any rate, I have got one argument in favour of a modern education which you will never think of," said Holmes-Norton.
" Yourself, I suppose," said Oliver. Holmes-Nortorn turned away and left them. Though comparatively low down in school order he had the best brain in the house.
Wren had promised to attend the first debate of the half, and even Miss Fuller said she might put in an appearance. She was very shy of her intellectual powers and took a back

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