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Palissade Club to-night. He's going to be there without fail at twelve o'clock."
" Is he? What do I go down there for-to get another good hiding?"
She said: "You needn't worry about that, Terry. That was just on the side. Ralph knew he hadn't a chance against you if he tried it personally. He was very bad-tempered then, and I think in his heart he's rather sorry he pulled that one on you. But now he wants to talk and I think it's going to be a very good thing for us all if you meet and get this thing settled one way or another."
O'Day said: "I think so, too. All right, Merys. I'll be there. And tell Ralph I expect him to be there."
She said: "You needn't bother, Terry. He'll be there. Well, I hope it keeps fine for you. Good night, my Sweet. I hope you and Ralph have a really good heart-to-heart talk." He heard her laugh. "I hope it'll do both of you a lot of good," she concluded. He heard her put the receiver back on its hook.
He lighted a cigarette. He thought this business of Ralph and Merys Vanner was very odd and peculiar. The more it went on the more involved it became.
He began to walk about the room, inhaling cigarette smoke; thinking about all the things that had happened since last Saturday. Life-depended on all sorts of small things. If he hadn't met Jennings at Plumpton Races; if Jennings hadn't told him that Merys Vanner might be at Eastbourne; if ...
The idea came out of the blue. He threw his cigarette stub into the fireplace; lighted another.

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