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CHAPTER XXII

to seeing you again and hope you will stay until the end of the week, if your mother can spare you. I have also written to your mother.
" Yours very sincerely,
" WINIFRED PERITON."

" I say, I've had a letter from Lady Periton, mum," said Denis. " It's only to ask me definitely for the seventh. You don't mind my going, do you ?"
" Of course not. She wrote me a very nice letter as well. I hope you've got everything you want for your visit. Your father said he would gladly give you the money for a new suit if you wanted it."
" How ripping of him. No, I think I've got everything, really, mum. I could do with a new pair of hair brushes, perhaps." Peter's were ebony, with his initials on the back in silver letters.
Mr. Bailey came down to breakfast. He looked pink and well and was smiling. " Fine morning, eh ?" He unfolded The Times and turned over the pages. Denis went to the table and opened a dish. Kippers ; big juicy ones with fat bellies. " Kippers, father, your favourite dish." There was no reply from the window. Denis helped himself to a kipper and sat down.
" Good morning, everyone," said Joan. She went over to her place, and looked at the postmark. She slit open a letter. Mr. Bailey turned round. " You'd better read this," he said. Denis took the paper.

" UNIVERSITY NEWS, CAMBRIDGE COLLEGE WARDS.
Cambridge, Dec. 21.
" The result of the examinations for entrance scholarships and exhibitions at the following group of colleges was announced to-day :
" Gloucester College, Scholarships, R. T. Bedworth, Ridgeley Grammar School, Cgo, History. C. P. Trice, King Henry's High School, Rowborough, £130, Classics. L. de C. Battle. . . ."

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