The tables were laid for six, each headed by a sixth-form girl.
“You can do that better than I can,” said the sixth-form boy, laughing.
If his own sixth-form boys do not laugh at him, need the Church feel aggrieved at what he has written?
He regarded me as a sixth-form boy might regard a fourth-form boy.
I may do it now, because I see that none but the sixth-form are present, and because I may not have another early opportunity.
Father and mother might weary of eternal cricket and sixth-form reminiscences, and impatiently suggest bed or a book.
The two sixth-form boys hoped to pass by unobserved, as they did not wish for a rencontre with our hero under such circumstances.
The sixth-form boys had not yet appeared; so, to fill up the gap, an interesting and time-honoured ceremony was gone through.
He found that he was on the sixth-form table, had been given the study for which he had applied, and was in the right dormitory.
What would have been the result is doubtful, for at this moment the sixth-form boy came in, and not another word could be said.