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CHAPTER XX

round him. The passages were noisy. From the bathroom came whistling and singing. Small knots of boys buzzed with gossip, some in muddy flannels, others in black with clean pink faces. Someone beat a frying-pan on the gas-ring. Fags whistled as they folded their fagmasters' clothes and put them to dry or laid them in the ottoman. They held sheets of newspaper before the fireplace. No boys' maid had ever laid a fire that would burn of its own accord. Lock up was now at five and fagmasters wduld be shouting for their tea in a few minutes. " I've burnt the toast again," said Towne Minor. " What shall I do? "
" That's all right," said Redbridge. " Bailey is in damned good form, I saw him just now. Beckett's got his Field, hurrah." They straightened their faces and knocked on Peter's door.
The library table was littered with letters. Beckett had been sorting the replies of the old boys to his invitation card.

" H. Wren, Esq.'s, Old Boy Match will be held on Saturday, November the izth. I very much hope you will be able to attend.
" R.S.V.P. A. C. Beckett, Pollards, Eton College, Windsor."

The more athletic of the old boys were invited to play instead of attend, and some fifteen or sixteen had already accepted. Altogether over a score of old boys were expected, and Miss Fuller was making big scale plans.
" Taunton's coming," said Beckett, " and probably Freeman. Denis looked at Peter. " Good old Taunton," said Robin. " I wonder if he'll be in uniform."
" Freeman can't be, anyhow," said Peter. " Missionaries haven't got one, have they?"
" For God's sake be decent to them," said Robin.
" Why ever shouldn't I ? " said Peter.
Of the old boys who accepted, only three had left before Denis came to Eton. Charlie Page, the veteran old boy, was so old that no one remembered him. He had a black

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