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THE FOUNDRY

me, I am going to tell you about the short Lee-Enfield Rifle. Hi-de-Hi!"
" Ho-de-Ho!"
Bates says:"Please Sergeant Oi think Oi've got a torn muscle."
" So what d'you want me to do? Darn it? Get going."

The little aches and pains of unaccustomed exercise affect different men in different ways. Some remember what their mothers told them about "overstraining" themselves, and fall into dismal panic. Others-heavy manual workers, and the like-consider them philosophically, without entirely ignoring them. Sedentary men, clerical fellows, black-coated workers like Dale, suffer considerably in the first weeks of Guards' training, but suffer like heroes, saying nothing at all except as occasional "Owch", like the parrot that laid square eggs.
Months afterwards, Sergeant Nelson, speaking to the N.C.O. known as Corporal Bearsbreath, said :
" Bearsbreath, I definitely admit that the war-time Guardsman is not the same as the peace-time Guardsman. In peace-time you can settle down to quiet training. You can chase your man into shape for months; and then again he's come into the Army because he wants to make it his job for a few years to come. Definitely. In war-time you get all sorts and shapes and sizes of Guardsmen, within the height-limits. But you have to hand it to one or two of them, the way they take it.
" There was a guy called Spencer, some sort of a

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