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THE SWAP

of startled humor-must have been even more stunned than he was by what had happened.
Well, he, Jones, must pull himself together-or, rather, this old rag bag Mather had left to him. He must hurry. For he suddenly realized that Mather must be told how to take care of the Jones body. He might, by some sudden, careless, foolish action, strain or break part of that body-clumsy little ass.
Jones got to his feet-but not very skillfully. As he discovered when he tried to bend it quickly, the left knee was stiff, indeed, quite arthritic, and judging by the feel, there were some quite savage corns on the right toes. But the body was lighter and he was nearer the floor when he stood up. Of course, Mather was a smaller man by some inches. He stepped over -to where his own body was seated. It looked up at him with a queer, stiff twist of the neck.
" Shall I give you a hand up?" Jones-in-Mather asked Mather-in-Jones.
" No," came that queer voice in reply. "It's a damned clumsy overgrown thing you've swapped on me. But I'd better learn to ride it myself."
" Well, it's better than being cramped up as I am!"
" Don't make personal remarks," the other one snapped. "This body seems pretty well out of condition."
" You take care of it," exclaimed Jones. "You're very careless, I'm finding out, about how to take care of a body. And that body you're in, just because it is a fine one, needs care."
" Oh, damn you," began Mather. Then they both broke into feeble laughter.
" Well," Jones remarked finally, "we've got a double hold

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