PG Wodehouse

The White Feather

First Published 1907

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WITH apologies to gent opposite," said Clowes, "I must say I don't think much of the team." "Don't apologise to me" said Allardyce disgustedly, as he filled the teapot, "I think they're rotten." "They ought to have got into form by now, too," said Trevor. "It's not as if this was the first game of the term." "First game!" Allardyce laughed shortly. "Why, we've only got a couple of club matches and the return match with Ripton to end the season. It is about time they got into form, as you say/' Clowes stared pensively into the fire.