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give me ? I should have asked you that before, of course.'
` Five minutes,' said the Major. 'And then perhaps we might close the competition, if the chairman sees fit.'
A general agreement was reached on this point, and Pusely Smythe was enjoined by the chairman to get on with it.
` I've finished, thanks,' said Pusely-Smythe. ` The words, " I should have asked you that before," are a quotation from a play called Romeo and Juliet. It's the second scene of the first act-Romeo speaking.'
The quotation was verified, and advanced Pusely-Smythe's score to thirteen-a lucky number for once-thus leaving him an easy winner.
`And,' said young Hesseltine, the chairman, as he handed him the cheque, ` considering the way you must have sweated through tons and tons of absolute Shakespeare during the month, in order to pick out the little bits that didn't look like quotations, I'm

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not sure that you haven't earned about five per cent. of it.'
The chairman now opened the sealed envelope containing the problem for the next month. In this the talented editor of The PigKeepers' Friend had been quite brief. It was entitled ` The Impersonation Problem,' and the terms of it were as follows :
` It is required to be mistaken for six different people in the course of one hour.'
` He don't use any unnecessary words about it,' said Mr Matthews.
But it may be remembered that the editor of The Pig-Keepers' Friend was also a poetand real poets never use unnecessary words.

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