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CHAPTER XXII

to be a good holidays, I know it. By the way, you haven't yet congratulated me on winning the house cup."
" Fat lot you did," said Joan.
" Never mind. We won it. And you seem to forget I'm
in the library. You'd better look out or I shall get the cap
tain of the house to beat you, Joan."
" He'd never beat me, surely ?"
" I'm the hell of a chap now," said Denis. " Denis," said his mother.
" All right, mother. I'm going to take up golf these holidays, I've decided."
" Can you afford it ? "
" Oh, I expect so. I shall use father's golf balls. Peter plays with Lord Periton at week-ends and says it's nota bad game if you don't take it too seriously."
" It is scarcely worth while buying clubs and everything if you are not going to play properly, is it ?"
" Oh, I'll be all right. There's lots of things I want to do these holidays."
Mrs. Bailey rang the bell for tea. " Maureen wants you to go to the Stetterley's dance next Tuesday, Denis." " I'm going, too," said Joan.
" She told Phyllis that you two would be coming in her party, if that's all right," said Mrs. Bailey.
" Well, I'll see," said Denis. " I don't know. I've got to get some new stiff shirts and I doubt whether I can get them in Barford."
" But you don't want to wear a dinner jacket for the Stetterley's dance," said his mother. " It's only a seven to eleven affair."
" Denis is so grand now, mother, you forget," said Joan.
" I'll try and get them in Barford," said Denis, " but the Stetterley's dances are pretty boring as a rule."
" just as you like ; but you must let Phyllis and Maureen know if you are not going. I told them you would be delighted."
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