Bunter The Sportsman (Billy Bunter, Book 37)

Bunter The Sportsman (Billy Bunter, Book 37)

Frank Richards

Language: English

Pages: 212

ISBN: 0304917397

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Another Billy Bunter adventure at Greyfriars school

When Bunter joins Vernon-Smith on a midnight joy-ride they become mixed up in the theft of a ruby

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'IT'S ODD HOW FELLOWS IN DISTRESS MAKE A BEE-LINE FOR COKER.' BUNTER THE SPORTSMAN By FRANK RICHARDS Illustrated by C.H. CHAPMAN CASSELL AND COMPANY LTD LONDON CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 To GO OR NOT TO GO 2 BUNTER WANTS AN ALARM-CLOCK 3 SOME DISTURBANCE AT MIDNIGHT 4 A MISTAKE IN THE DARK 5 NOT ACCORDING TO PLAN 6 STRANDED! 7 BUNTER HAS HAD ENOUGH! 8 A THIEF IN THE NIGHT 9 BUNTER KEEPS A SECRET 10 BUNTER THE SLUMBEROUS 11 LORD MAULEVERER FINDS HIS JACKET 12 BUNTER

Horace Coker heard that remark of Vernon-Smith's, as he passed Study No. 4 in the Remove passage. He had looked into No. 7, which he had remembered was Bunter's study - and found no Bunter. The door of Study No. 4 was ajar, for it was a warm evening. Coker, as he heard Vernon-Smith's voice, clutched the fives-bat convulsively and flung the door open. He gazed at a pork pie upon the table. It was near enough, in shape and size, to the one his Aunt Judy had sent him, to deceive Coker, whose

his head. 'No, thanks, all the same. Everyone tryin' to get me to do somethin' energetic, in this hot weather. Just looked in to warn you chaps that Prout's turnin' detective about that thing he walked into in Coker's study last night. Stirrin' up Quelchy to do the same. So if there are any precautions you can take-' Redwing looked troubled. 'I got Trotter to clean up the mess in Coker's study, before he came back to it,' he said. 'I'd have done it myself - but it would have looked odd if

Mauleverer wouldn't be there to answer their names. He told him that they were wanted by the police. That gave old Wiggins a shock!' The juniors roared. 'Then he realised that Coker must have got it wrong.' 'As he usually does with most things,' said Johnny Bull. 'Then Coker said something about being on the trail of the Hogben ruby.' 'Ha, ha, ha!' 'If Prout or Quelch or Hacker or even Capper had been taking "call-over" he wouldn't have got far with that nonsense,' observed Harry

invited - and had it not been for a desire to frighten him by the speed of the car, there would have been no accident. There would have been no eight miles to walk back across country. Vernon-Smith smiled grimly. Bunter had retribution coming to him! 'Car's cracked!' he said. 'We've got to walk back. Come on! No time to lose!' 'Walk!' Bunter sat up, and temporarily ceased his complaints. 'Get the car going-' 'Car can't go,' said the Bounder. 'Didn't you hear me say it was crocked? We're

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