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"'Poochers,!'"' -replied the doctor,
watching him. "They fish in the
pools, and they use your -canoe, and
they even have the impudence to go
bathing In the' Goldea. Pool. ... I
-didn'trwant you to worry."
"I think the poacher I catch will
'do the worrying," said the young
man, laughing. "Is that all?"
"That is .all. Go ahead if you want
to. 1? vou "jun' atos3,that gH.Jc
vite hei dinner. She's a friend of
mine." And the doctor walked off.
His patient started across the
Suddenly, beyond the sprayed, uif
dergrowth, he caught a glow of color,
a glimpse of that rich sQnny foliage
which gave the Golden Pool its name; '
and now the familiar water lav glim-
She knelt in the stern; then, with one silent'pxish, sent it like an arrow
across the water. He caught and. steadied the frail craft. - ""