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of education up to matriculation standard ?"
Old Silence stands up.
" That's fine." The sergeant with the book licks a pencil and says: "Names. ... You will all report to the Green Lanes Cookhouse for spud-peeling."
("And let that be a lesson for you," says Brand, grinning: "In the Army, you never volunteer for anything except certain death.")
Those of us who have risen go out. A cookhouse sergeant says :"Do you mind eating spuds a little bit wizened?"
" No."
" Then bloody well peel them."
The men left behind congratulate themselves, until a serious-looking Corporal, asking for men who know jig and tool making, the use of the typewriter, the elements of the banjulele and singing, salesmanship, care of livestock, bandaging, fire-fighting, bartending, building, haircutting, carpentering, ladies' hairdressing, platen-minding, type-setting, fancy lettering, high jumping, and box-making, drags in most of the others for floor-washing, and, tiring of the joke, asks, all humour apart, for one intelligent man. Johnson leaps up. "You read books, I bet," says the Corporal. "Ah," says Johnson. "Then go and swab out the library," says the Corporal In Waiting, and goes out, while Johnson swears that in this life there is no justice.

That Sunday is quiet. Recruits in the Naffy tell dark tales of discipline. Men three weeks squadded, already assuming the portentous air of old sweats, ask themselves rhetorically why they did not join some

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