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THE FOUNDRY

A bugle sounds. "I'm going to dismiss you for now," says Sergeant Nelson. "Just for fun, see if you can do me a right turn, like I showed you. On the command Dismiss, you turn smartly to your right, count three and then scram. Try it. Dis-miss !"
He doesn't call us back, or give us an "As you were". It is, after all, our first hour on the Square. We walk back to the hut to change for P.T. The novelty of the thing has made this first Drill Parade quite pleasant.
Bates catches up with the flying Sergeant Nelson, and says : "Please, Sergeant."
" What is it, son?" ,
" When you whistle to a dog, 'e pricks 'is ears oop." "Are you here again with your dogs?"
" No, Sergeant. Yes, Sergeant. Oi mean, a dog is koind o' instinctive."
" There's a lunatic asylum next door to here," says Sergeant Nelson. "Either you'll go there pretty soon, or so help me, I will."
" Well, a cat, then," says Bates, earnestly. "If you go pt-pt-pt"-he calls an imaginary cat "it cooms running up to yow, because it knows what yow mean. But a cat's got no sense. It's instinctive. It don't know what it does, or why it does it, but it does it, don't it?"
" Oh, definitely," says Sergeant Nelson.
He reaches the hut before we do. As we enter he cries : "Hi-de-Hi!"
" Ho-de-Ho!"
" Slippers, shorts, gym vests and sweaters, and a rolled towel under your arm. The muscle-factory, you weeds ! The muscle-factory, you spineless gobs of

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