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THE LITTLE SHOP

at her again. She regarded him with interest. `You left school?' she remarked, after a pause.
`Yes.'
'So's Sid.'
The conversation languished. Ann put her hands on the top of the gate, and began a stationary hopping, a sort of ineffectual gymnastic experiment.
`Can you run?' she said presently.
`Run you any day,' said Kipps.
`Gimme a start?'
`Where for?' said Kipps.
Ann considered, and indicated a tree. She walked towards it and turned. `Gimme to here?' she called. Kipps, standing now and touching the gate, smiled to express conscious superiority. 'Farther!' he said.
`Here?'
`Bit more!' said Kipps; and then, repenting of his magnanimity, said 'Orf!' suddenly, and so recovered his lost concession.
They arrived abreast at the tree, flushed and out of breath. 'Tic!' said Ann, throwing her hair back from her face with her hand. `I won,' panted Kipps. They disputed firmly, but quite politely. `Run it again then,' said Kipps. `I don't mind.'
They returned towards the gate.
`You don't run bad,' said Kipps, temperately, expressing sincere admiration. `I'm pretty good, you know.'
Ann sent her hair back by an expert toss of the head. `You give me a start,' she allowed.
They became aware of Sid approaching them. `You better look out, young Ann,' said Sid, with that irreverent want of sympathy usual in brothers. `You have been out nearly 'arf-'our. Nothing ain't been done upstairs. Father said he didn't know where you was, but when he did he'd warm y'r young ear.'
Ann prepared to go.
`How about that race?' asked Kipps.
`Lor !' cried Sid, quite shocked. `You ain't been racing her!'
Ann swung herself round the end to the gate with her eyes on Kipps, and then turned away suddenly and ran off down the lane. Kipps' eyes tried to go after her, and came back to Sid's.

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