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CHAPTER SIX

having been erected along the route) wearing only a red chest-protector and a pair of football boots. Probably they wouldn't mind, damn them, but if they did, they would then have some faint idea of what indecent exposure meant to a sensitive person....
A butler inclined his portliness towards Madam. Tea was served.
`Shall we go in?' said Betty. `The tennis players can come when they're ready. Where is your lovely wife, Mr. Wellard?'
The only bearable thing about Betty Baxter, thought Reginald, is that she knows Sylvia is beautiful.
He followed her in to tea. The party was now definitely a failure.

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After tea Reginald had his heart's desire. He played one set with Sylvia as his partner. The casual intimacy of the lawn-tennis-court, such as is shared by any two players, became the more casual, the more delightful because of that much greater intimacy, shared in secret, which was always in their thoughts. Here am I, Reginald Wellard, just introduced to this lovely young woman. For the moment our hearts are set on the same thing; we have but one life which we live together; our hopes, our fears, our aspirations the same; she and I together against the world. But alas 1 for so short a time. In half an hour we are separated, and I shall never see her again.... And then for a moment their eyes meet. They smile at each other shyly. He will see her again.
Does she love playing with him as much as he loves it? He will never know. How can he possibly know? Perhaps, when she has prepared the way for the winning

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