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was almost triangular. The jaw looked as if it had originally decided to come to a point; then changed its mind and suddenly squared itself off. His eyes were very blue, very steady. He seldom blinked. His hair was dark, cut close at the sides. It had a not unattractive wave. He was well-dressed. His brown shoes were well-cut and polished with care, his tweed overcheck suit well-pressed. He wore no overcoat in spite of the fact that it was cold and that most of the women in the enclosure huddled in their fur coats.
He threw the cigarette away; moved towards the; refreshment room at the back of the enclosure, where he ordered coffee. In finding the sixpence to pay for it his fingers encountered the four one pound notes in his pocket. He thought that wasn't so good; that it was time he went back to London.
He moved over to the coal fire; stood looking into it, sipping coffee. His mind was still concerned with Vanner. He thought that maybe he was between the devil and the deep sea-the deep sea being Vanner and the devil being something else that was more formidable because it was uncertain.
Somebody said:
" Hello, O'Day. How's it going?"
O'Day put his coffee cup on the mantelpiece over the fire. He turned slowly.
" Hello, Jennings. It could be worse." O'Day smiled. When he smiled his face became almost illuminated. The mouth moved very little but the eyes shone. He went on: "I've backed five horses in five races and each one of them has been in the last two. That must mean I'm lucky in love."
" You're telling me!" said Jennings cynically.

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