Jeeves Takes Charge - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Life at Twing Hall resumes its peaceful flow for some time, and Wooster has little to do apart from trying to avoid the depressed Bingo. However, one day Bingo arrives in good spirits, having recovered from the loss of Lady Cynthia, and now very enthusiastic about a new sporting venture, revolving around the forthcoming village school sports day. One of Bingo's fellow students, a fellow named Steggles, is running a book on the sporting fixtures, and Bingo wants Wooster to take part in the betting. Wooster insists on taking Jeeves' advice first, and when the latter gives the scheme his blessing, Wooster agrees that he will supply the money for the syndicate, Jeeves the knowledge, and Bingo the inside information.

The trio discuss the various races that will feature at the sports day; 50-yard dashes, egg-and-spoon, mixed animal potato race, obstacle race, and mothers' sack race. Bingo...

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