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She appeared undisturbed when Matey, wearing his holiday white ducks, and all aglow, entered the booth.
Matey was good at lessons, too—liked them; liked Latin and Greek; would help a poor stumbler.
She had a nice mouth, ready for a smile at the corners, or so it was before Matey let her see that she was his mark.
But Browny's feeling naturally was, that all this advantage for the boys came of Matey Weyburn's lead.
Matey listened to him there; he became grave; he nodded like a man saying, "I suppose we must examine it in earnest."
He preached heavily at Matey; deplored that the boy he most trusted, etc.—the school could have repeated it without hearing.
Somewhere, they wee sure, old Matey was hammering to the same end—they could hear him.
Matey Weyburn's object of worship rode superior to a morality puffing its phrasy trumpet.
He had lots of plunk; which accounted for Matey's choice of him as a friend among the juniors.
Nor did Mr. Cuper dare demand from Matey a sight or restitution of the young lady's half of the correspondence.

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