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CHAPTER XX

" Rotten about old Jim. He's gone abroad, I hear."
" I never liked Muriel. Tried to tell him so. Tactfully, you know."
" Bit difficult to tell Jim anything."
" Rio Ritas will slump ; depend on it."
" Yes, we go to Aldershot next month. Rest cure after London."
" Poor devils. There's Charlie Page come in."
" Hullo, everyone. Who's going to win to-day? Yes, I'm feeling fine." Charlie Page spoke in short jerky sentences and instantly became the centre of a group.
" That's Charlie Page over there," said Peter, in a whisper. " He's bought a new O.E. tie for the occasion."
" Bend over. I'll tan you, Charlie," said an officer in the Guards. Charlie Page lifted his coat and tightened his bottom invitingly. " Confound you. You hit me deuced hard, you know." He rubbed his trousers, while the library laughed.
" Are you going to beat us to-day, young man ?"
" I don't know, sir," said Denis. " I don't play for the house myself."
" Would you like to change here or in my room.? " said Beckett, doing the honours.
" I'm going upstairs," said Peter. " There's such a bloody crowd." He and Denis found Oliver in his room, leaning out of the window. " Say, some Rolls down there," said Oliver.
" Belongs to Charlie Page, said Denis. " Just been talking to him."
" Taunton's improved, and Freeman's got a new suit at last," said Peter. A two-seater drew up with a shriek.
" Owen Jones and North. They've come from Oxford, I suppose. Christ, North is wearing grey suede shoes."
" Is that Taunton's Zenith over there ? Is Randall coming down ? "
" Wasn't asked," said Peter. " He's been forbidden to come inside the house."
" There goes the gong," said Denis. " Come on. Oliver."

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