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Doctor In The House (1946)

the fifteen had once won the hospitals' cup for the third year running. Next to it there hung a large, old-fashioned brass fireman's helmet. Behind the beer taps a fat old man in an apron, waistcoat, and grey trilby hat stared gloomily across the empty bar.
`Good morning, Padre,' my guide called cheerily.
The old man gave a smile of welcome and stretched his hand over the counter.
`Good morning, sir V he exclaimed. `Well ! This is a treat to see you here again ! Back for the new session is it, sir?'
`Every autumn, Padre, I return faithfully to my studies. Allow me to introduce a new student-what's your name, old boy?'
'Gordon-Richard Gordon.'
`Mr Gordon, Padre. My name's Grimsdyke, by the way,' he explained.
The landlord shook hands heartily.
`And very pleased to meet you, sir!' he said warmly. `I expect we'll be seeing some more of you in the next five or six years, eh? What's it to be, gentlemen?'
`Bitter for me,' said Grimsdyke, settling himself on a wooden stool. `Will you take the same?'
I nodded.
`I should explain,' Grimsdyke continued, as the landlord filled the glasses, `that this gentleman behind the bar is really called Albert something or other, I believe. ...'
`Mullins, sir.'
'Mullins, yes. But no one in Swithin's, would have the faintest idea who you were talking about. For the memory of living man he has been known as the Padre ... how many years have you been dishing out the booze h&e, Padre?'
`Thirty-five, sir, just on.'

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