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CHAPTER XXI

from his house. The boy grinned and hung back till they had passed. Another hailed a boy in a Lower Boats cap and linked arms with him. He was too young to be elected to pop at present.
From school field came the deep thud of kicks and the crisp note of half a dozen balls bouncing on the hard ground. Beckett, in pale blue and scarlet cap and stockings and house colour scarf, knotted behind his back, raised a ball on his toe and punted it high in the air. Featherstone, hands in pockets and scarf dangling to the ground, volleyed it with a resounding crack. Warburton and Oliver, in bright new caps, scarves, and stockings, were kicking about in a far corner. Every member of both sides in the final received their house colours automatically.
A whistle blew and a man collected the balls in a huge sack, while the two teams hung their scarves and sweaters on the wall. Twenty brightly quartered shirts took their places in the field. Only the two goals kept their white sweaters with house colour trimmings. The whistle blew again and one of the " corners " threw the ball into the bully. At the same moment the crowd opened their mouths. A roar of " Wreeeee. ..n's " blended in a longer drawn " Raveeeeen's " in a chant, which rose and fell with the movement of the game. A few yards from Peter and Denis, stood Royds in grey flannel shorts. Though still a lower boy he was twelfth man for the house, and if Wren's won he would get his house colours. In front of the wooden platform, packed with boys, a line of pops strolled to and fro. The keepers of the Field drove knots of boys over a white line with their pop canes. Opposite Denis the pops took up their position on the side line itself, incidentally blocking all view of the ground.
" M'tutor's seem to have started pretty well," said Denis. " They're pressing heavily."
" Beckett said he was going to rush them in the first five minutes. Their 'long,' Williams, is apparently a bit shaky at the start."
" Raveeen's," croaked a small boy in a scug cap. Denis

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