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CHAPTER XX

caught measles in the middle of the half." Wren smiled to himself. " Hard luck," said Charlie Page.
" In this half, so far," continued Beckett, " the lower boy was knocked out in the second round ; but the house side has got through one tie and we are considered to have a fair chance of reaching the final." Charlie Page thumped vigorously with his fork. " I was lucky enough to be given my Field last Saturday." Loud cheers from the whole room, while Beckett bowed his head. " The second sine has played numerous games with other houses," concluded Beckett without a smile. Charlie Page looked puzzled. The speech ended in a vote of thanks to the dame for tea, to the old boys for coming down, and to Mr. Wren for being their tutor. Beckett sat down and Wanstead replied on behalf of the old boys. Swinley said a few things as captain of the house.
" Charlie Page," called someonefromlowerdown the table.
" Charlie Page," repeated several voices.
" Well, Charlie?" said Wren.
" Every time I come down for the Old Boy," said Charlie Page, " I feel ten years younger. Without working it out, I must be at least minus one hundred and fifty years old by now. But I find that I am not the only one who grows younger by association with the old school.. M'dame "he bowed towards her-" is, I am prepared to swear, twenty years younger than when I first saw her. As for m'tutor, he flourishes like a green bay tree." Loud cheers. Miss Fuller blushed scarlet. Wren frowned slightly. " Before sitting down, I should like to say how glad I am to see, that if m'tutor's have not gained any school cups in the last year, at least we have not lost any." Charlie Page waited for applause, which did not come. Oliver kicked Denis under the table. " I only hope we shall have the pleasure of licking the house next year." Charlie Page looked round, straightened his tie and sat down.
Wren got up and said how glad he was to see such a large attendance. " Hodge," said an old boy. The cry was taken up.

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