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CHAPTER ONE
MERYS

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WHEN THE starting bell sounded O'Day came througn the narrow passage-way that leads from the Tote and the back of the paddock into the enclosure. He stood looking across the race course watching the horses as they went over the first jump. He thought a jumping meeting was one of those things. You either liked it or you didn't. He thought he had an open mind on the subject which meant, really, that he was bored.
The people in the enclosure moved forward to the rails. Now the horses were rounding the bend and coming into the straight. As they went past the post O'Day saw that his own was last but one. Now he was certain he was bored. He shrugged his shoulders. So that was that
He began to think about Vanner. One of these days, thought O'Day; one of these fine days, he would have to do something about Vanner. But he wasn't quite certain what. One thing was definite and that was that things couldn't go on as they were. It wasn't good for anybody.
O'Day was tall and slim. He had good shoulders. His lackadaisical style and lazy walk concealed a hard, sinewy physique.
His face, from the cheek-bones, which were high,

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