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CHAPTER XX

moustache, wore a black overcoat and ran faster than anyone on the field. When he reached the ball he kicked it hard in front of him and ran round in a wide circle, when long or short returned it to mid-field. It was an old joke that Charlie Page had never played Eton football till he became an old boy. Peter suggested that he was an old boy all right, but from another school. Even Wren was silent on his history. But he was easily the keenest of the players and never failed to turn up for the match.
Denis was sitting alone in the library, when Freeman and Taunton appeared. " Well, how's the library ?" said Taunton. " Anyone been tanned lately ? Any debates ?" Freeman warmed his hands by the fire.
" We've had the debate on the modern and classical education, and seven beatings so far," said Denis.
" Not bad. I hear Beckett's got his Field. Very hot."
" Tony, shall we go and see Wren ? " said Freeman, still warming his hands.
" And the house side isn't so dusty this half," said Denis. " We ought to get into the final, with luck. Do you like Sandhurst, Taunton ? "
" They make you sweat all right, and there are some pretty good swine there ; but you get used to it."
" Shall we visit m'tutor, Tony ?"
" Wait a second, can't you ?" said Taunton. "just hearing about the house." Freeman picked up a cane and flicked his calves. " I suppose the work is pretty hard," said Denis. How nice Taunton had become, he thought.
" Oh, I don't know. There's more freedom, you know. I keep a motor bike in Camberley and pop up to a show in London, whenever I want to. How are you, Swinley ? And Robin? Have you started smoking yet, Robin, my boy? " The library was suddenly full of old boys, who piled their ~ hings in the corner and slapped each other on the back. ` I saw you in Throgmorton Street yesterday, but you cut rne, George. Got a big deal on your mind? "
" Never saw you, Dick. Come and play squash one evening.

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