The Most of P.G. Wodehouse - Jeeves Summary & Analysis

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Jeeves Summary

In the first story, "The Purity of the Turf", the task is a village school treat's games, and Bingo Little's scheme to lay bets on the results. Jeeves gives the boys the tip that there is a choirboy who seems their ticket to winning big until Steggles, their shady-dealing rival sees him running, and their secret is out. Steggles puts a beetle down his shirt while he is standing in the choir at service, and he is kicked out of the race. Jeeves' next tip is the steady hand of Prudence Baxter for the egg-and-spoon race, but she finishes in fifth place. The results of the race are altered completely when the master of ceremonies announces that a manservant sounding very like Jeeves has confessed to paying the first four runners of the race, making Prudence Baxter the fair winner.

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