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CHAPTER XXII

for many years, and staring out at the lights of shipping. It was not quite six o'clock.
Maureen came out of the house with Flox, as Denis pedalled up the drive. " Hullo, Denis, you did give me a surprise. When did you get back ?"
" This afternoon. I thought you knew." He put his foot on the doorstep and steadied himself.
" I had forgotten," said Maureen. " Put your bike away and come in. Mother is in the drawing-room."
" No, I won't come in. I only just dropped in to see how you were getting on. Have you noticed anything ?"
Maureen put her head on one side. " Something's different, but it's too dark here to see properly. Come inside and let's have a look." Denis laughed and pedalled round in a circle. He collapsed gracefully and left the pedals spinning in the air.
" Why, you've grown, of course," said Maureen. " I knew there was something the matter with you. You're about a foot taller than me now."
" Yes," said Denis. " I say, why didn't you come to tea with us last half? I'm in the library now."
" I didn't go away after all. I've been at Speenmouth all the time."
" I'm going to stay with the Peritons in London after Christmas. They're getting up a dance for Peter and me." " How splendid."
" I say, Maureen, Cambridge is a perfect place. I wish you could see it. I stayed there four nights and had rooms in Gloucester."
" How did the scholarship go ?"
" Pretty well, I think. I ought to hear in the next few days. Everybody has a car or a motor bike at Cambridge and spends the day tearing about the streets. I'm damned glad I'm going there."
" How many boys are there in your college ?"
" Men, you mean. Oh, thousands. I have no idea. I say, mother told me something about a dance at the Stetterleys. Apparently she accepted for me."

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