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CHAPTER XIX

stopped short. A roll of toilet paper, uncoiling across the room, had hit him on the chest.
" Thank God, they've gone," said Beckett. " Now we can breathe."
" Jolly good speech, Hector," said Denis.
" We librarians are no fools," said Oliver. Peter added the Sketch to his pile of papers. Worming and Spencer-Mace began to talk. " Chuck us back the bumph," said Featherstone. " I may need it later."
" Silence," said Swinley. He looked round the room for the next speaker. " Put those gramophone records away, Featherstone, and give me that paper. I call on Mr. Featherstone for a few remarks."
" Mr. President and gentlemen, I agree with Mr. Worming. As Dr. Arnold said . . . " The debate laughed. " What we want is more languages. I think we ought to be taught Turkish, Cockney, and American. I think that camps ought to be abolished."
" Excuse me, Mr. Featherstone," said the president. " But which side are you supporting ? Mr. Worming spoke in favour of a classical education."
" So am I," said Featherstone. " I maintain we don't play enough games. We should have kick-abouts on Sunday after chapel, and the final of the house cup between Wren's and Raven's should be played on the last Sunday of the half. I maintain . . ."
" Thank you, Mr. Featherstone. Lord Ockley."
" I am in favour of a modern education," said Peter. He held the Sketch in one hand and a slip of notes in the other. " When you look round on the world to-day-a world, I may add, of money and machines-can we doubt that the Latin hexameter and the Greek iambic are no longer sufficient ?" Peter looked round and found the debate dissolved in laughter. His eyebrows lifted.
" Go on, Lord Ockley," said the president.
" No," said Peter, still puzzled. " I don't think we can doubt it." Had Hector let him down with some obvious floater? " We need something more than hexameters

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