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CHAPTER SIXTEEN

`This is almost as queer to me as it is to you. I wish you could see a musical-comedy rehearsal. I'm a perfect idiot to be doing it really.'
`You'll be wonderful.'
`In the sense that everybody will be full of wonder as to how I had the nerve to take it on, I expect you're right. How's Mrs. Wellard?'
`Well and happy.'
`Why don't you bring her along to a rehearsal one day? Or wouldn't it interest her?'
`I feel shy enough about coming myself, and as for - I'd simply never thought of it.'
`Well, think of it now.' She got up. `I must just speak to Ned. Good-bye.'
There seemed to be a good deal of coming and going at this rehearsal. Lattimer's `Just a moment, darling' became more frequent. Nixon had a word to say to everybody; he even sat down next to Mr. Venture, and after gesticulating to that immobile man, got up again. The players looked as if they had given up hope of getting on with the play.
`What's happening?' said Reginald, as Nixon came near him for a moment.
`What? Oh, it's you, Wellard. Sorry, didn't see you. The Banks girl has got appendicitis. Or hasn't. I don't know. After yesterday she might have anything.'
`Was she the one - Diana - who was -'
`Yes. Lattimer's too fond of that sort of thing. Sarcasm never gets you anywhere. It's much too easy.'
`She's thrown up her part?'
`Or got appendicitis. I suppose a doctor knows the difference, but I'm damned if I do.'
`Who are you going to get?'

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