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pleasant chap and I accepted. When I got back, a doctor, quite an old pal of mine, said that he was going to take me to dine that night with a man I had never seen before. It seemed that the stranger had staying with him for one night a French specialist in my own line. The Frenchman was anxious to meet me, and his host was anxious to please him. So he had tried to arrange it through a mutual friend. I was myself keen to meet that Frenchman, and so he succeeded.
` Of course, I didn't arrange all thiscouldn't have arranged it. As a matter of fact, I had never intended to compete this time. But destiny decided to take a hand in this competition. I claim to be a winner.'
` An interesting point,' said the chairman. ` Can a man be said to win who has never competed ? I shall decide in Dr Alden's favour. Leonard says nothing of intention. He only demands certain facts. And these facts the doctor by an amazing stroke of luck has been able to provide. The prize of one

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hundred and ten pounds will be divided equally between him and Major Byles, unless there is any further claim.'
No further claim was forthcoming. The chairman then announced that Mr Matthews would preside at the next meeting, and read out the problem set for the following month, called 'The Win-and-Lose Problem,' and there was a general feeling that it would take some doing.

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