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Doctor In The House (1946)

enough for that. Padre,' he called. `The other half for me, if you please.'
`Could you tell me ...?' I began, feeling I had better collect all the information I could from my companion while he was talkative.
'Yes?'
'Why-why do you fail your examinations on purpose?'
Grimsdyke looked inscrutable.
`That is a little secret of my own,' he said darkly. `Maybe I'll let you into it one day, old boy.'
I learnt about Grimsdyke's little secret earlier than he expected. It was common knowledge in the medical school and seeped down into the first-year students within a few weeks of their arrival.
Grimsdyke's reluctance to pass examinations was wholly the fault of his grandmother, a well-to-do old lady who had passed the long-drawn-out twilight of her life in Bournemouth. As she had nothing else to occupy her she developed a wide selection of complaints, which were soothed away, all in good time, by the expensive attentions of her charming physicians. Her regard for the medical profession mounted with each indisposition, and was tempered only with the regret that she had not a single medical gentleman in her own family. The only person who could have rectified the omission was young Grimsdyke, and she conceived the idea while he was still at school of enticing him into the profession by offering to pay his expenses for the course. Unfortunately, the grandmother shortly afterwards developed a malady beyond the abilities of her doctors and was carried away; but her will contained a clause bequeathing a thousand a year to the young man during the time that he was a medical student.

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