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CHAPTER XX

old house colours were forming up in the nearest goalmouth.
" Now then, house," shouted Wren. " Put it through."
" Are you ready ? Left. Right. Left right, leftright," Warburton led the house ram with his bullet head aimed at North's middle.
" Wren's. Wre-e-en's," shouted lower boys on the line.
" Come on, old boys. Shove like the devil. Keep them out. Come on, you others. Lend a hand." Charlie Page's bottom protruded from the bully, as he butted and heaved against the weight of the house ram. A few old boys in lounge suits threw themselves on the mass. Farrar put down his brown hat and leaned against the bully.
" That's right ; all together," shouted Wanstead. "We're pushing them. Well played, old boys." Charlie Page shot out an arm, gripped Farrar round the waist and drew him into the bully. Steam rose from the goal mouth, the house was forced back slowly and the ball rolled out, unnoticed. Hurlingham, standing on the line, saw it and took a flying kick. The ball glanced off his pointed shoe and curled back across the line. Beckett ran in and touched it down. Wren blew his whistle. " Rouge for the house."
" You damned idiot," said Wanstead. " Why couldn't you leave it alone ? "
" Sorry," said Hurlingham. Farrar put on his hat and dusted his coat. His grey flannels were torn and creased and his shoes were heavy with mud and bits of grass. Twenty minutes later Wren blew the whistle for time. The house had beaten the old boys by a goal and three unforced rouges (six points) to one forced rouge (two points).
Miss Fuller smiled round the dining-room. " Have some more sausage and mash. You've eaten nothing, Owen Jones."
" My dear dame, I've had three helpings of eggs and about forty sausages already."
" Never mind; I like to see you eat. North, I'm sure you're hungry after your game."
" Another egg and bacon, sir ?" said the maid.

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