Winning His "W" by Everett Titsworth Tomlinson


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II. PETER JOHN'S ARRIVAL

III. NEW FRIENDS AND NEW EXPERIENCES

IV. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES

V. UNSOUGHT ATTENTIONS

VI. A RACE IN THE DARKNESS

VII. SPLINTER'S QUESTIONS

VIII. THE PARADE

IX. THE WALK WITH MOTT

X. A VISITOR

XI. THE PERPETUAL PROBLEM

XII. THE MEET

XIII. WAGNER'S ADVICE

XIV. THE ADVICE FOLLOWED

XV. A REVERSED DECISION

XVI. TELEGRAMS

XVII. PETER JOHN'S DOWNFALL

XVIII. AN ALARMING REPORT

XIX. A RARE INTERVIEW

XX. A CRISIS

XXI. THE EXAMINATION

XXII. A FRESH EXCITEMENT

XXIII. THE RUSH TO COVENTRY CENTER

XXIV. THE MYSTERY OF THE CANES

XXV. ON THE TRAIL

XXVI. ST. PATRICK'S DAY

XXVII. CONCLUSION





CHAPTER I

THE OPENING TERM


"I've got a letter from Peter John."

"What's the trouble with him? He ought to have been here yesterday or
the day before."

"I'm afraid Peter John never'll be on time. He doesn't seem to have
taken that in his course. He'd never pass an 'exam' in punctuality."

"What does he want?"

"The poor chap begs us to meet him at the station."

"What train?"

"The two-seventeen."

"Then we've no time to waste. Is he afraid he'll be lost?"

"He's afraid, all right."

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