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CHAPTER XX

"Where are you going?" said Farrar, reading the Tatler.
" Gloucester, I think."
" It's the only place in Cambridge ; but you'd much better come to Oxford. Cambridge is full of hearties and Philistines."
" Is it ? " said Denis.
Hurlingham sprawled in a new armchair. " You make yourselves pretty comfortable in here nowadays. What about a record ?" Peter put on a foxtrot.
" I wish I was at the Varsity," said Denis. " Is there much work to do? "
" None, unless you want to."
" What do you do in the evenings ?"
" Get drunk."
" By God, what a rag. I wish I was coming to Oxford with you, Peter."
" Change your mind then," said Peter.
" Can't. My father was at Cambridge. Besides there's this scholarship he wants me to have a shot at, anyhow. Can you do what you like at night, Hurlingham ?"
" Provided you are in college by twelve. Unless you climb in, of course."
" Are there ... tarts ? " said Denis.
Hurlingham threw his cigarette into the fire. Farrar turned over a page of the Tatler. " Not that they interest me, particularly," said Denis.
" Oh, yes," said Hurlingham. " I suppose there are women in the Cowley Road, aren't there, Francis ?"
" Hundreds, I expect." They both laughed.
" I suppose we'd better go out and have a look at the match," said Farrar. He put on a light tweed overcoat. " We can take you two in the car, if you don't mind a bit of a squeeze." Denis and Peter piled into a Morris Oxford coupe and were driven at forty miles an hour down the Slough road. They bumped over the turfand came to rest under the trees by Dutchman's Farm. Old Boy matches were going on all round them. The faded shirts of Wren's

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