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ship waiting outside the sub-primary to take her home. Mrs. French, when she was not picking flaws in Shelton's play, sought to make him feel at home by asking intelligent questions about his work-" Do the people who draw the illustrations read the stories first? " " Does H. C. Witwer talk -Negro dialect all the time?" And " How old is Peter B. Iiinney ?" Cameron, from whom Work, Lenz, Whitehead and Shepard had plagiarized the game, was frankly uninterested in anything not connected with it. The stake was half a cent a point and the pains he took to see that his side's score was correct or better proved all the rumors about the two Scotchmen.
Mrs. Shelton was well aware that her husband was the politest man in the world when sober; yet he truly amazed her that evening by his smiling acquiescence to all that was said. From the snatches she overheard, she knew he must be afire inside and it was really wonderful of him not to show it.
There was a time when Mrs. Dittmar passed and he passed and Cameron bid two spades. Mrs. French Passed and Mrs. Dittmar bid three hearts, a denial of her partner's spades if Shelton ever heard one. Shelton passed and Cameron went three hearts, which stood. Shelton held four spades to the nine, four diamonds to the king, two small hearts and the eight, six and five of clubs. He led the trey of diamonds. I am not broadcasting the battle play by play, but when it was over, " Oh, partner ! Any other opening and we could have set them," said Mrs. French.
" My ! My ! My ! My ! Leading away f rom a king !" gurgled the child-wife.
" That lead was all that saved us," said Cameron.
They waited for Shelton to apologize and explain, all prepared to scrunch him if he did either.
'` I guess I made a mistake," he said.
" Haven't you played much bridge? " asked Mrs. French. " Evidently not enough," he replied.
" It's a game you can't learn in a minute," said Cameron.
" Never you mind! " said Mrs. Dittmar. " I've played contract ever since it came out, and Daddy still scolds me terribly for some of the things I do."
Shelton presumed that Daddy was her husband. Her father
must be dead or at least too feeble to scold.
There was a time when a hand was passed around. " Oh ! A goulash! " crowed Mrs. Dittmar.
" Do you play them, Mr. Shelton? " asked his hostess.

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" Never you mind! " said Mrs. Dittmar. " I've played contract ever since it came out, and Daddy still scolds me terribly for some of what is things I do." Shelton presumed that Daddy was her husband. Her father must be dead or at least too feeble to scold. There was a time when a hand was passed around. " Oh ! A goulash! " crowed Mrs. Dittmar. " Do you play them, Mr. Shelton? 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