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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

as lovely as Sylvia, for Sylvia was Sally. Well, in parts. Only Sally was -well, of course she had a sense of humour. Well, I mean -
`You see everybody here,' Nixon apologized, making his fourth bow since he had sat down. By everybody he meant everybody in the theatrical world, his world.
`Who was that?' asked Sylvia. `I know his face so well.'
`Willie? The tall, thin one? Willie Evans. The writer.'
'Oh l No, then I don't know him.'
`You mean it wasn't his face, darling.'
`Well, it's awfully like somebody. An actor or somebody.'
`It's a bit late for the actors,' explained Nixon. `Unless they're out of a job, or rehearsing.' He looked at his watch. `Ten past eight. We're getting near Ethel's idea of eight.'
`Isn't Miss Prentice acting now?' asked Sylvia.
`Luckily, no. That's why she wants Bindweed.'
`Has she ever acted with Cassells before?' asked Reginald. `They'd make a popular pair, I should think.'
`Well, as a matter of fact,' said Nixon, `Wilmer - I saw him last night as it happens. He's terribly sick about it, but he's under contract to do that French play. We could wait, of course, till he got through with that, but I thought - You know, I'm not really certain that he's the right man. And as Ethel - ah, here she is.' He got up and went to the door. Sylvia gave Reginald the briefest possible glance of excited anticipation, and touched his foot lovingly with hers under the table.
Reginald got up. Introductions were made. The men hovered uncertainly. Miss Prentice, well up-stage, stayed there firmly while delivering her lines. She adored Bindweed. Aren't you very proud of him, Mrs. Wellaxd? `Very proud. Are you really going to play Sally?' Ah, well !

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