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THE IMPERSONATION PROBLEM

previous month. Mr Matthews also had taken no part in the competition. The reason he gave was simple cowardice ; the ghastly breakdown of his attempt to impersonate an old lady for the purposes of the Kiss Problem had spoiled his nerve for anything of the kind in the future.
The disgraceful adventure of Feldane and Hesseltine seemed likely to be the nearest approach to the problem-setter's requirements, until Sir Charles Bunford was called on for his experiences. Sir Charles claimed to have won.
` I came to the conclusion,' said Sir Charles, 'that the man who asks for something or tries to sell something is likely to create an atmosphere of suspicion. On the other hand the man who gives something, even to a complete stranger, will have his explanatory story accepted without question. The fact that he stands to lose by the transaction is accepted as evidence of his genuineness.
` With this conviction, and with such disguise as I thought advisable, I called at various

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