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THE FOUNDRY

blue. Hodge just turned cold water on himself, and stood with an expression of dumb suffering, soaping himself conscientiously from head to foot. Johnson of Birmingham dashed madly in, protesting too much that he was not afraid, and repeating again and again that he bathed almost every day and liked it. Bullock the bruiser, inured to nakedness in little athletic dressingrooms, looked at us with sombre astonishment. Alison, the old soldier, went through the process of washing as one who carries out a fine but hackneyed ritual : he bathed as some men recite the Lord's Prayer-as if he felt that it was doing him some incalculable good, but was best got over quickly Our Far chart nevn, Harold bethy Name"-he was bathed and dried in no time at all, and out, gloomily smoking, in the dim humid daylight.
So we went for inoculation. Bates asked: "What do they do to yow ?"
" Stab you in the arm," said the Old Soldier.
" Is it noice ?'."
" Horrible."
" What 'appens ?"
" Your arm swells up. Sometimes you get a temperature. Some men have to go sick with it."
" And what 'appens when yow go sick?"
" You soon wish you hadn't."
" And 'ow do yow go sick?"
" You get a form filled up."
" And say yow're sick and don't go sick?"
" You get into trouble."
Bates became sad and thoughtful. At last he said: "Do yow get shot for deserting?"

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