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CHAPTER SIX

said No, he didn't, How do you do? -`you play with Mr. Cobb. There l We'll get up another set directly. Now let's sit down comfortably and enjoy ourselves. I expect Mr. Cobb is very good.'
Mr. Cobb was very good. Mrs. Arkwright said `Yours' and `Sorry' at intervals, but did not otherwise take much part in the game. Mr. Palliser said `Mine' and `Sorry' at intervals, until the score was four-love against them, and thereafter `Yours' and `Oh, well played, partner' until it was four-all. Reginald, his hat over his eyes, lay back and watched Sylvia happily.
`Fella in the Sixtieth out in India with me wrote a book,' said Colonel Rudge suddenly.
`Oh?' said Reginald.
`Fact,' said the Colonel. `Fella in the Sixtieth.'
Reginald waited for the rest of the story, but it seemed that that was all. The Colonel was simply noting the coincidence of somebody over here writing a book and somebody in India also writing a book.
How easily Sylvia moved 1 How unhurried she always seemedl She was not really in the Eastbourne class, perhaps, but she had this natural gift of effortless physical expression. Timing, he supposed.
`Tranter, that was the fella,' came from his right. 'Expect you know him.'
Reginald woke and said that he was afraid he didn't. (Why `afraid', he wondered. Afraid of what?)
`Well, he wrote a book,' said the Colonel stubbornly. `Forget what it was called.'
Four-all. Sylvia was serving. `Sorry,' said Mrs. Arkwright. (Fifteen-love.) `Sorry,' said Mr. Palliser. (Fifteenall.) `Sorry,' said Mrs. Arkwright. (Thirty-fifteen.) `Sorry,' said Mr. Palliser. (Thirty-all.) `Sorry,' said Mrs. Arkwright. (Forty-thirty.) 'Yours!' shouted Mr. Palliser. `Oh,

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