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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 14 The Purity of the Turf Summary

Bingo proposes that he and Bertie form a syndicate and bet on the outcome of the various races at the Annual Village School Treat. Bertie and Bingo consult Jeeves who also approves of their syndicate. After a survey of the events and odds on the form of various participants, the syndicate's interest focuses on the pageboy Harold in the Choir Boy Handicap. Bertie places as much money as he can without attracting the suspicions of the Streggles Ring and gets a hundred-to-twelve odds.

Streggles succeeds in getting Harold expelled from the choir. The syndicate's hopes are now focused on Mrs. Penworthy in the Mothers' Sack Race. Jeeves has placed a bet in the Girls Egg and Spoon race on Prudence Baxter.

Again the syndicate's chances are dashed...

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