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withered, and the earth looks dead beyond hope of resurrection. But in the month of April the spring will come, the trees will burst into green flames, the shoots will leap up through the black soil, and petals will cover the bare flowerbeds. And you and I, my boy, will be here to see it, won't we?"'
'I think that was very bad form,' said Grimsdyke.
The Padre put three small glasses in front of us.
`Whisky?' Grimsdyke said. `I thought we ordered beer.'
`If you will permit me, Mr Grimsdyke, I would like to suggest, on the basis of my experience, something a little more nourishing. I know what a difficult time this is for you young gentlemen. Will you please accept these with the com pliments of the house?'
`Here, I say, Padre ...!'
He held up his hand.
`Not a bit of it, sir. The money I have been obliged to take off you in our long acquaintance more than justifies it.
Here's jolly good luck, gentlemen!'
`Bottoms up,' said Benskin.
`I'm sure I've failed, all the same,' I said, putting my glass down. `How could I get through after that terrible viva?' Benskin snorted.
`It's all very well for you to talk. What about my midwifery clinical? That came under the heading of ugly incidents.'
`You never know, my dear old boy,' Grimsdyke said hopefully. `You may have done brilliantly in the papers.'
`Let's not talk about it,' I said. `Let's discuss rugger instead.'
At noon we arrived in the examination building. The

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