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CHAPTER XXII

" You know. The usual thing. Seven to eleven with a gramophone. But we might as well go. I've been rude enough to Phyllis as it is."
Denis picked up his bicycle and spun the pedals. " I don't think I'll go," he said. " I don't see why I should, if I don't want to."
" Oh, yes, do come. Everyone will be there. Dick and Pat are coming. It looks so standoffish if you don't." Maureen lifted a pebble on her toe and kicked it across the gravel. " And do come in and see mother for a moment. 1 shall catch a cold if I stay out here any longer."
" No," said Denis. " I don't want to come and I shan't. After all, just because I've always been, that's no reason why I should go on. The Stetterley's dances bore me."
" I see. All right, I'll tell Phyllis."
" No, I'll tell her myself."
" just as you like. By the way, I'm getting up a hockey match on Saturday. Will you play on my side ?"
" I'm no good at hockey, you know."
" But you'll play ? Norah tried to bag you for her team, but I said you were playing for me."
" All right ; but I warn you I'm not going to dress up for the occasion like Dick and Pat."
" That's splendid," said Maureen.
" I must be going now. I've got to see Handsome in the village about a motor bike."
" Are you getting one ? You never told me."
" I can't tell you everything, can I? So long." He pushed off from the doorstep and pedalled slowly down the drive. He hesitated for a moment, then turned to the left into the village. In the garage a light was burning. " That's a nice bike, Handsome," said Denis, " has it got a clutch ?" The proprietor of the garage came forward. He was in grey flannels and a d.b. coat, and was the best-looking man in Speenmouth. Most of the women were in love with him, and few of the men seemed to like him any the less for it.
" Good evening, sir," said Handsome. " Back from college ? "

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