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CHAPTER XX

Peter and Denis ran down Common Lane. The rest of the second sine had changed before absence and had gone on down to the field. The ground lay along the Great Western Railway, and the turf was rough and dipped sharply. The side-lines were cut in trenches, which were deep and broad, or mere scrapes in the harder places. The ground was only used by pick-ups and second sines.
" We shall be late again," said Denis, as they thudded over Jordan Bridge. The stream was brown and full and the turf was soggy. Peter ran with his hands in his pockets and his hips wobbled like a city typist after her train. Denis panted beside him. He had been doing Sandow in his room to get big muscles in the biceps ; but the exercise had not improved his wind. They passed the Pumping Station and thundered under the railway bridge.
" Here you are at last," said the captain of Cherry's second sine.
" Sorry I'm late," said Denis. They tossed and Denis won. Playing "short," he moved backwards and forwards behind the bully, his hands on his hips. He hopped and feinted dangerously, when the ball was dribbled towards him. " Get back bully ; get back," he shouted, when he was passed. " Well played, m'tutor's," when fly raced back and tackled the enemy almost on the line. " Do you ever try and get the ball, Spencer-Mace ?" he said wearily. " All you think of is getting out of the bully as soon as you can."
" I can't help it ; they're heavier than we are," said Spencer-Mace.
" Do try, anyhow, for God's sake. Shove, bully, all together. Go on, m'tutor's. Well played. Well played,

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