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Doctor In The House (1946)

`One is a gentleman,' Benskin replied stiffly. `I'm going to stay behind and have a word with this head waiter chap.'
`I'm going home to bed. We've got to appear at a lecture in five hours' time.'
`All right. See you later.'
I was dropping off to sleep when Benskin got back to Bayswater. He was jubilant.
`A push-over, old boy P he said. `I saw the head waitera nasty piece of work he was, too. However, he took one look at me and said to himself "Benskin's the man ! He'll raise the tone in the dining-room all right."'
`So you got the job?'
`Starting tonight. I'll just have time to nip away from the hospital, get my evening clothes out, and appear as the Jeeves of the chafing dish.'
`I suppose they know at the hotel that you have had no experience of waiting at all?'
`Well, no, not exactly. I saw no reason for putting obstacles in my own way, so I gave the impression I had dished it out at some of the larger doss-houses around Town, with summer sessions on the coast. They seem pretty hard-up for fish-flingers at the moment, as they took me at my word.'
`Well,' I said, turning over. `Don't forget to wear a black tie.
When I reached the flat after work that evening Benskin was in a high state of excitement.
`Must get the old soup and fish out,' he said, hauling his battered tin trunk from the top of the wardrobe. `I pinched a bottle of ether from the theatre this afternoon to get the stains out.'
Benskin's tail suit had been bought for him by his father when he was sixteen. Since then he had greatly increased in

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