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him. At last she did succeed in securing him for a call upon Miss Punchafer of Radnor Park--a particularly easy call, because, Miss Punchafer being so deaf, one could say practically what one liked- and then outside the gate he shirked again, `I can't go in,' he said, in a faded voice.
`You must,' said Helen, beautiful as ever, but even more than a little hard and forbidding.
`I can't.'
He produced his handkerchief hastily, thrust it to his face, and regarded her over it with rounded hostile eyes.
`Impossible,' he said in a hoarse, strange voice out of the handkerchief. 'Nozzez bleedin'.' . .
But that was the end of his power of resistance, and when the rally for the Anagram Tea occurred, she bore down his feeble protests altogether. She insisted. She said frankly, `I am going to give you a good talking to about this'; and she did....
From Coote he gathered something of the nature of Anagrams and Anagram parties. An anagram, Coote explained, was a word spelt the same way as another, only differently arranged; as, for instance, T.O.C.O.E. would be an anagram for his own name Coote.
`T.O.C.O.E.,' repeated Kipps, very carefully.
`Or T.O.E.C.O.,' said Coote.
`Or T.O.E.C.O.,' said Kipps, assis ing his poor head by nodding it at each letter.
`Toe Company, like,' he said in his orts to comprehend.
When Kipps was clear what an anagram meant Coote came to the second heading, the Tea. Kipps gathered there might be from thirty to sixty people present, and that each one would have an anagram pinned on. `They give you a card to put your guesses on, rather like a dence programme, and then, you know, you go round and guess,' said Coote. `It's rather good fun.'
'Oo, rather!' said Kipps, with simulated gusto.
`It shakes everybody up together,' said Coote.
Kipps smiled and nodded....
In the small hours all his painful meditations were threaded by the vision of that Anagram Tea; it kept marching to and fro and in and out of his other troubles, from thirty to sixty people, mostly ladies and callers, and a great number of the letters of the alphabet, and more

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