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Chapter I In the Drain HEN Mrs. Frederick C. Little's sec­ ond son arrived, everybody noriced that he was not m11ch bigger than a mouse. The truth of the matter was, the baby looked very much like a mouse in every way. He was only about two inches high; and he had a2 Stwrrt Little mouse's sharp nose, a mouse's tail, a mouse's whiskers, and the pleasant, shy manner of a mouse. Before he was many days old he was not only looking like a mouse but acting like one, too-wearing a gray hat and carry­ ing a small cane. Mr. and Mrs. Little named him Stuart, and Mr. Little made him a tiny bed out of four clothes­ pins and a cigarette box. Unlike most babies, Stuart could walk as soon as he was born. When he was a week old he could climb lamps by shinnying up the cord. Mrs. Little saw right away that the infant clothes she had provided were unsuitable, and she set to work and made him a fine little blue worsted suit with patch pockets in which he could keep his handkerchief, his money, and his keys. Every morning, before Stuart dressed, Mrs. Little went into his room and weighed him on a small scale which was really meant for weighing letters. At birth Stuart could have been sent by first class mail forIn the Drain 3 three cents, but his parents preferred to keep him rather than send him away; and when, at the age of a month, he had gained only a third of an ounce, his mother was so worried she sent for the doctor. The doctor was delighted with Stuart and said that it was very unusual for an American family to have a mouse. He took Stuart's temperature and found that it was 98.6, which is nonnal for a mouse. He also ex­ amined Stuart's chest and heart and looked into his ears solenmly with a flashlight. (Not every doctor can look into a mouse's ear without laughing.) Everything seemed to be all right, and J'vlrs. Little was pleased co get such a good report. \"Feed him \\1p!\" said the doctor checrfully, as he left. The home of the Little family was a pleasant place near a park in New York City. In the mornings the sun screamed in through the east windows, and all the4 Stuart Little Littles were up early as a general rule. Stuart was a great help to his parencs, and to his older brother George, because of his small size and because he could do things that a mouse can do and was agreeable about doing them. One day when Mrs. Little was washing out the bathtub after.Mr. Little had taken a bath, she lose a ring off her finger and was horrified to discover that it had fallen down the drain. \"What had I better do?\" she cried, trying to keep the tears back. \"If I were you,'' said George, \"I should bend a hair­ pin in the shape of a fishhook and tie it onto a piece of string and try to fish the ring out with it.\" So Mrs. Little found a piece of string and a hairpin, and for about a half-hour she fished for the ring; but it was dark down the drain and the hook always seemed to catch on something before she could get it down to where the ring was. \"What luck?\" inquired Mr. Little, coming into the bathroom. \"No luck at all,\" said Mrs. Little. \"The ring is so far down I can't fish it up.\" \"Why don't we send Stuart down after it?\" sug­ gested Mr. Little. \"How about it, Stuart, would you like to try?\" \"Yes, I would,\" Stuart replied, \"bur I think I'd bet-ter get into my old pants. I imagine it's wet down there.\" \"It's all of that,\" said George, who was a trifle annoyed that his hook idea hadn't worked. So Stuart slipped into his old panes and prepared to go down the drain after the ring. He decided to cany the string along with him, leaving one end in charge of his father. \"When I jerk three times on the string, pull me up,\" he said. And while Mr. Little knelt in the tub, Stuart slid easily down the drain and was lost to view. In a minute or so, there came three quick jerks on the string, and Mr. Little carefully hauled it up. There, at the end, was Stuart, with the ring safely around his neck.6 Stuart Little \"Oh, my brave little son,\" said Mrs. Little proudly, as she kissed Stuart and thanked him. \"How was it down there?\" asked Mr. Little, who was always curious to know about places he had never been to. \"It was all right,\" said Stuart. But the truth was the drain had made him very slimy, and it was necessary for him to take a bath and sprinkle himself with a bit of his mother's violet water before he felt himself again. Everybody in the family thought he had been awfully good about the whole thing.Chapter II Home Problems STUART was also helpful when it came to Ping-pong. The Littles liked Ping-pong, but the balls had a way of rolling under chairs, sofas, and radiators, and this meant that the players were forever stooping down and reaching under things. Sruart soon learned to chase balls, and it was a great sight to see him come out from under a hot radiator, pushing a Ping-pong ball with all his might, the perspiration rolling down his cheeks. The ball, of course, was ahnost as high as he was, and he had to throw his whole weight against it in order co keep it rolling. The Littles had a grand piano in their living room, which was all right except that one of the keys was a sticky key and didn't work properly. Mrs. Little 78 Stuart Little said she thought it must be the damp weather, but I don't see how it could be the damp weather, for the key had been sticking for about four years, during which time there had been many bright clear days. But anyway, the key stuck, and was a great inconven­ ience to anyone trying to play the piano. It bothered George particularly when he was playing the \"Scarf Dance,\" which was rather lively. It was George who had the idea of stationing Stuart inside the piano to push the key up the second it was played. This was no easy job for Stuart, as he had to crouch down between the felt hammers so that he wouldn't get hit on the head. But Stuart liked it just the same: it wasHome Problems 9 exciting inside the piano, dodging about, and the noise was quite terrific. Sometimes after �… – a long session he would emerge quite deaf, as though he had just stepped out of an airplane after a long journey; and it would be some little time before he really felt normal again. Mr. and lvlrs. Little often discussed Stuart quietly between themselves when he wasn't around, for they had never quite recovered from the shock and sur­ prise of having a mouse in the family. He was so very riny and he presented so many problems to his par­ ents. Mr. Little said that, for one thing, there must be no references to \"mice\" in their conversation. He made Mrs. Little tear from the nursery songbook the page about the \"Three Blind Mice, See How They Run.\" \"I don't want Stuart to get a lot of notions in his head,\" said Mr. Little. \"I should feel badly to have my son grow up fearing that a farmer's wife was going to cut off his tail with a carving knife. It is such things that make children dream bad dreams when they go to bed at night.\"IO Stuart Little \"Yes,\" replied Mrs. Little, \"and I tliink we had better start thinking about the poem ' 'Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.' I think it might embarrass Stuart to hear mice mentioned in such a belittling manner.\" \"That's right,\" said her husband, \"but what shall we say when we come to that line in the poem? We'll have to say something. We can't just say ''Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house not a creature was stirring.' That doesn't sound com­ plete; it needs a word to rhyme with house.\" \"What about louse?\" asked Mrs. Little. \"Or grouse,\" said Mr. Little. \"I sugge:.t souse,\" remarked George, who had been listening to the conversation from across the room. It was decided that louse was the best substitute for mouse, and so when Christmas came around Mrs. Little carefully rubbed out the word mouse from the poem and wrote in the word louse, and Stuart always thought that the poem went this way: 'Twas the night before Christmas when all through the bouse Not a creature was stirring, not even a louse.Home Problems II The thing that worried Mr. Little most was the mouseholc in the pantry. This hole had been made by some mice in the days before the Littles came to live in the house, and nothing had been done about stop­ ping it up. Mr. Little was not at all sure that he under­ stood Stuai:t's real feeling about a mousehole. He didn't know ,,.,here the hole led to, and it made him uneasy to think that Stuart might some day feel the desire to ventur� into it. \"A all, he does look a good deal like a mouse,\" said Mr. Little to his wife. \"And I've never seen a mousr ye�. that didn't like to go into a hole.\"Cbapter Ill Washi11g Up STUART was an early riser: he was almost al­ ways the first person up in the morning. He liked the feeling of being the first one stirring; he enjoyed the <juiet rooms with the books standing still on the shelves, the pale light coming in through the windows, and the fresh smell of day. In wintertime it would be guite dark when he climbed from his bed made out of the cigarette box, and he sometimes shivered with cold as he stood in his night­ gown doing his exercises. (Stuart touched his toes ten times every morning to keep himself in good condition. He had seen his brother George do it, and George had explained that it kept the stomach muscles firm and was a fine abdominal thing to do.) After exercising, Stuart would slip on his handsome wool wrapper, tie the cord tightly around his waist, and start for the bathroom, creeping silently through the long dark hall past his mother's and father's room, past the hall closet where the carpet sweeper was kept, 13Stuart Little past George's room, and along by the head of the stairs till he got to the bathroom. Of course, the bathroom would be dark, too, but Stuart's father had thoughtfully tied a long string to the pull-chain of the light. The sering reached clear to the floor. By grasping it as high up as he could and throwing his whole weight on it, Stuart was able to tum on the light. Swinging on the string this way, with his long bathrobe trailing around his ankles, he looked like a little old friar pulling the bellrope in an abbey. To get to the washbasin, Stuart had to climb a tiny rope ladder which his father had fixed for him. George had promised to build Stuart a small special washbasin only one inch high and with a little rubber tube through which water would flow; but George was always saying that he was going to build something and then forgetting about it. Stuart just went aheadWashing Up 15 and climbed the rope ladder to the family washbasin every morning to wash his face aud hands and brush his teeth. Mrs. Little had provided him with a doll's size toothbrush, a doll's size cake of soap, a doll's size washcloth, and a doll's comb-which he used for comb­ ing his whiskers. He carried these things in his bath­ robe pocket, and when he reached the top of the ladder he took them out, laid them neatly in a row, and set about the task of turning the water on. For such a small fellow, turning the water on was quite a problem. He had discussed it with his father one day after making several unsuccessfol attempts. \"I can get up onto the faucet all right,\" he ex­ plained, \"but I can't seem to turn it on, because I have nothing tO brace my feet against.\" \"Yes, I know,\" his father replied, \"chat's the whole trouble.\" George, who always listened to conversations whenever he could, said that in his opinion they ought to construct a brace for Stuart; and with that he got out some boards, a saw, a hammer, a screw driver, a brad-awl, and some nails, and started to make a terrific fuss in the bathroom, building what he said was going to he a brace for Stuart. But he soon became interested in something else and disappeared, leaving the tools lying around all over the bathroom floor.Stuart, after exam,mmg this mess, turned to his father again. \"Maybe I could pound the faucet with something and turn it on that way,\" he said. So Stuart's father provided him with \" smoll, light hammer made of wood; and Stuart found that by swinging it three times around his head and letting it come down with a crash against the handle of the faneec, he could start a thin stream of water flowing­ enough to brush his teeth in, anyway, and moisten his washcloth. So every morning, after climbing to the basin, he would seize his hammer and pound the faucet, and the other members of the household, dozing in their beds, would hear the bright sharp plink plink plink of Stuart's hammer, like a faraway blacksmith, telling them that day had come and that Smart was trying to brush his teeth.Cbapter IV Exercise ONE fine morning in the month of May when Stuan was three years old, he arose early as was his custom, washed and dressed himself, took his hat and cane, and went downstairs into the living room to see what was doing. Nobody was around but Snowbell, the white cat belonging to J\\i1rs. Little. Snowbell was another early riser, and this morning he was lying on the rug in the middle of the room, thinking about the days when he was just a kitten. \"Good morning,\" said Stuart. \"Hello,\" replied Snowbell, sharply. \"You're up early, aren't you?\" Stuart looked at his watch. \"Yes,\" he said, \"it's only minutes past six, but I felt good and I thought I'd come down and get a little exercise.\" \"I should think you'd get all the exercise you want up there in the bathroom, banging around, waking all the rest of us up trying to get that water staned so 1718 Stuart Little you can brush your teeth. Your teeth aren't really big enough to brush anyway. Want to sec a good set? Look at mine!\" Snowbcll opened his mouth and showed two rows of gleaming white teeth, sharp as needles. \"Vcry nice,\" said Stuart. \"But mine are all right, too, even though they're small. As for exercise, I take all I can get. I bet my stomach muscles are firmer than yours.\" \"I bet they're not,\" said the cat. \"I bet they are,\" said Stuart. \"They're like iron bands.\" \"I bet they're not,\" said the cat. Stuart glanced around the room to see what he could do to prove to Snowbell what good stomach muscles he had. He spied the drawn window shade on the east window, with its shade cord and ring, like a trapeze, and it gave him an idea. Climbing to the window sill he took off his hat and laid down his cane.\"You can't do this,\" he said to the cat. And he ran and jumped onto the ring, the way acrobats do in a circus, meaning to pull himself up. A surprising thing happened. Stuart had taken such a hard jump that it started the shade: with a loud snap the shade flew up clear to the top of the window, drag­ ging Stuart along with it and rolling him up inside, so that he couldn't budge. \"Holy mackerel'\" Sllid Snowbell, who was almost as surprised as Stuart Little. \"I guess that will teach him to show off his muscles.\" \"Help! Let me out!\" cried Stuart, who was frightened and bruised inside the rolled-up shade, and20 Stuart Little who could hardly breathe. But his voice was so weak that nobody heard. Snowbell just chuckled. He was not fond of Stuart and it didn't bother him at all thac Stuart was all wrapped up in a window shade, crying and hurt and unable to get out. Instead of running up­ stairs and telling Mr. and Mrs. Little about the acci­ dent, Snowbell did a very curious thing. He glanced around to see if anybody was looking, then he leapr softly to the window sill, picked up Stuart's hat and cane in his mouth, carried them to the pantry and laid them down at the entrance to the mousehole. When Mrs. Little came down later and found them there, she gave a shrill scream which brought every­ body on the run. \"It's happened,\" she cried. \"What has?\" asked her husband. \"Stuart's down the mousehole.\"Ch11pter V Rescued GEORGE was in favor of ripping up the pantry floor. He ran and got bis hammer, his screw driver, and an ice pick. \"I'll have this old floor up in double­ quick time,\" he said, inserting his screw driver under die edge of the first board and giving a good vigorous pry. \"\\,\\Te will not rip up this floor till we have had a good search,\" announced Mr. Little. \"That's final, George! You can put that hammer away where you goc it.\" \"Oh, all right,\" said George. \"I see that nobody in this house cares anything about Stuart bm me.\" lllrs. Lierle began co cry. \"My poor dear little son!\" she said. \"l know he'll get wedged somewhere.\" \"Just because you can't travel comfortably in a mousehole doesn't mean chat it isn't a perfectly suit­ able place for Stuart,\" said J\\fr. Little. \"Just don't get yourself all worked up.\" 2122 Stuart Little \"Maybe we ought to lower some food to him,\" sug­ gested George. \"That's what the State Police did when a man got stuck in a cave.\" George darted into the kitchen and came running back with a dish of apple­ sauce. \"We can pour some of this in, and it will nm down to where he is.\" George spooned out a bit of the applesauce and started to poke it into the hole. \"Stop that!\" bellowed l'vlr. Little. \"George, will you kindly let me handle this situation? Put that applesauce away immediately!\" Mr. Little glared fiercely at George. \"I was just trying to help my own brother,\" said George, shaking his head as he carried the sauce back to the kitchen. \"Let's all call to Stuart,\" suggested Mrs. Little. \"It is quite possible that the monsehole branches and twists about, and that he has lost his way.\" \"Vcry well,\" said Mr. Little. \"I will count three, then we will all call, then we will all keep perfectly quiet for three seconds, listening for the answer.\" He took out his watch. Mr. and Mrs. Little and George got down on their hands and knees and put their mouths as close as possible to the mousehole. Then they all called: \"Stooooo-art!\" And then they all kept perfectly still for three seconds.Rescued 23 Stuart, from his cramped position inside the rolled-up shade, heard them yelling in the pantry and called back, \"Here I am!\" But he had such a weak voice and was so far inside the shade that the other members of tl1e family did not hear his answering cry. \"Again!\" said Mr. Little. \"One, two, three­ Stooooo-art!\" Ir was no use. No answer was heard. Mrs. Little went up to her bedroom, lay down, and sobbed. Mr. Little went to the telephone and called up the Bureau of J\\,lissing Persons, bur when the man asked for a de­ scription of Stuart and was told that he was only two inches high, he hung up in disgust. George meantime went down cellar and hunted around to see if he couldStuart Little find the other entrance to the mousehole. He moved a great many trunks, suitcases, flower pots, baskets, boxes, and broken chairs from one end of the cellar to the other in order to get at the section of wall which he thought was likeliest, but found no hole. He did, however, come across an old discarded rowing machine of Mr. Little's, and becoming interested in thi. s, carried it upstairs with some difficulty and spent the rest of the morning rowing. /4 When lunchtime came (everybody had forgotten about breakfast) all three sat down to a lamb stew which Mrs. Little had prepared, but it was a sad meal, each one trying not to stare at the small empty chair which Stuart always occupied, right next to Mrs. Little's glass of water. No one could eat, so great was the sorrow. George ace a bit of dessert but nothingRescued 25 else. When lunch was over Mrs. Little broke out cry­ ing again, and said she thought Stuart must be dead. \"Nonsense, nonsense!\" growled Mr. Little. \"If he is dead,\" said George, \"we ought to pull down the shades all through the house.\" And he raced to the windows and began pulling down the shades. \"George!\" shouted Mr. Little in an exasperated tone, \"if you don't stop acting in an idiotic fashion, I will have to punish you. We are having enough trouble today without having to cope with your fooli�hness.\" But George had already run into the living room and had begun to darken it, to show his respect for the dead. He pulled a cord and out dropped Stuart onto the window sill. \"Well, for the Jove of Pete,\" said George. \"Look who's here, Mom!\" \"It's about somebody pulled down that shade,\" remarked Stuart. \"That's all I can say.\" He was quite weak and hungry. Mrs. Little was so overjoyed to see him that she kept right on crying. Of course, everybody wanted to know how it had happened. \"It was simply an accident that might happen to anybody,\" said Stuart. \"As for my hat and cane being found at the entrance to the mousehole, you can dra,;; your own conclusions.\"Chapter VI A Fair Breeze ONE moming when the wind was from the west, Stuart put on his sailor suit and his sailor hat, cook his spyglass down from the shelf, and set out for a walk, full of the joy of life and the fear of dogs. With a rolling gait he sauntered along toward Fifth Avenue, keeping a sharp lookout. ' 26Whenever he spied a dog through his glass, Stuart would hurry to the nearest doorman, climb his trouscr­ leg, and hide the tails of his uniform. And once, when no doorman was handy, he had to crawl into a yesterday's paper and roll himself up in the second section till danger was past. At the corner of Fifth Avenue there were several people waiting for the uptown bus, and Stuart joined them. Nobody noticed him, because he wasn't tall enough �o be noticed.28 Stuart Little \"I'm not tall enough to be noticed,\" thought Stuart, \"yet I'm tall enough to want to go to Seventy-second Street.\" When the bus came into view, all the men waved their canes and brief cases at the driver, and Stuart waved his spyglass. Then, knowing that the step of the bus would be too high for him, Stuart seized hold of the cuff of a gentleman's pants and was swung aboard without any trouble or inconvenience what­ ever.A Fair Breeze Stuart never paid any fare on buses, because he wasn't big enough to carry an ordinary dime. The only time he had ever attempted to carry a dime, he had rolled the coin along like a hoop while he raced along beside it; but it had got away from him on a hill and had been snatched up by an old woman with no teeth. After that experience Stuart contented himself with the tiny coins which his father made for him out of tin foil. They were handsome little things, although rather hard to see without putting on your spectacles. When the conductor came around co collect the fares, Stuart fished in his purse and pulled out a coin no bigger than the eye of a grasshopper. \"V\\'hat's that you're offering me?\" asked the con­ ductor. \"It's one of my dimes,\" said Stuart. \"Is it, now?\" said the conductor. \"Well, I'd have a fine time explaining that to the bus company. Why, you're no bigger than a dime yourself.\" \"Yes I am,\" replied Stuart angrily. ''I'm more than twice as big as a dime. A dime only comes up to here on me.\" And Stuart pointed to his hip. \"Furthermore,\" he added, \"I didn't come on this bus to be insulted.\" \"I beg pardon,\" said the conductor. \"You'll have to forgive me, for I had no idea that in all the world there was such a small sailor.\"\"Live and leam,\" muttered Stuart, tartly, putting his change purse back in his pocket. When the bus stopped at Seventy-second Street, Stuart jumped out and hurried across to the sailboat pond in Central Park. Over the pond the west wind blew, and into the teeth of the west wind sailed the sloops and schooners, their rails well down, their wet decks gleaming. The owners, boys and grown men, raced around the cement shores hoping to arrive at the other side in time to keep the boats from bumping.A Fair Breeze Some of the toy boats were not as small as you might think, for when you got close to them you found that their mainmast was taller than a man's head, and they were beautifully made, with everything shipshape and ready for sea. To Stuart they seemed enormous, and he hoped he would be able to get aboard one of them and sail away to the far corners of the pond. (He was an adventurous little fellow and loved the feel of the breeze in his face and the cry of t�e gulls overhead and the heave of the great swell under him.) A.� he sat cross-legged on the wall that surrounds the pond, gazing out ac the ships through his spyglass, -Stuart noticed one boat that seemed to him finer and prouder than any other. Her name was \\Vasp. She was a big, black schooner flying the American flag. She had a clipper bow, and on her foredeck was mounted a three-inch cannon. She's the ship for me, thought Stuart. And the next time she sailed in, he ran over to where she was being turned around. \"Excuse me, sir,\" said Stuart to the man who was turning her, \"but are you the owner of the schooner Wasp?\" \"I am,\" replied the man, surprised to be addressed by a mouse in a sailor suit. \"I'm looking for a berth in a good ship,\" continued Stuart, \"and I thought perhaps you might sign me on. I'm strong and I'm quick.\" \"Arc you sober?\" asked the owner of the Wasp. \"I do my work,\" said Stuart, crisply. The man looked sharply at him. He couldn't help admiring the trim appearance and bold manner of this diminutive seafaring character.A Fair Breeze 33 \"Well,\" he said at length, pointing the prow of the Wasp out toward the center of the pond, \"I'll tell you what I'll do with you. You see that big racing sloop out there?\" \"I do,\" said Stuart. ,v\"That's the Lillian B. omrath,\" said the man, \"and I hate her with all my heart.\" \"Then so do I,\" cried Stuart, loyally. \"I hate her because she is always bumping into my boat,\" continued the man, \"and because her owner is a Iny boy who doesn't understand sailing and who hardly knows a squall from a squid.\" \"Or a jib from a jibe,\" cried Stuart. \"Or a luff from a leech,\" bellowed the man. \"Or a deck from a dock,\" screamed Stuart. \"Or a mast from a mist,\" yelled the man. \"But hold on, now, no more of this! I'll tell you what we'll do. The Lillian B. Womrath has always been able to beat the Wasp sailing, but I believe that if my schooner were properly handled it would be a differ­ ent story. Nobody knows how I suffer, standing here on shore, helpless, watching the Wasp blunder along, when all she needs is a steady hand on her helm. So, my young friend, I'll let you sail the Wasp across the pond and back, and if you can beat that detestable sloop I'll give you a regular job.\"34 Stuart Little \"Aye, aye, sir!\" said Stuart, swinging himself aboard the schooner and taking his place at the wheel. \"Ready about!\" \"One moment,\" said the man. \"Do you mind telling me how you propose to beat the other boat?\" \"I intend to crack on more sail,\" said Stuart. \"Not in my boat, thank you,'' replied the man quickly. \"I don't want you capsizing in a squall.\" \"Well, then,\" said Stuart, \"I'll catch the sloop broad on, and rake her with fire from my forward gun.\" \"Foul means!\" said the man. \"I want this to be a boat race, not a naval engagement.\" \"Well, then.,'' said Stuart cheerfully, \"I'll sail the Wasp straight and true, and let the Lillian B. Wom­ rath go yawing all over the pond.\" \"Bravo!\" cried the man, \"and good luck go with you!\" And so saying, he let go of the Wasp's prow. A puff of air bellied out the schooner's hcadsails and she paid off and filled away on the port tack, heeling gracefully over to the breeze while Stuart twirled her wheel and braced himself against a deck cleat. \"By the by,'' yelled the man, \"you haven't told me your name.\" \"Name is 5tuart Little.\" called Stuart at the top ofA Fair Breeze 35 his lungs. \"I'm the second son of Frederick C. Little, of this city.\" \"Bon voyage, Stuart,\" hollered his friend, \"take care of yourself and bring the Wasp home safe.\" \"That I will,\" shouted Stuart. And he was so proud and happy, he let go of the wheel for a second and did a little dance on the sloping deck, never noticing how narrowly he escaped hitting a tramp steamer that was drifting in his path, with her engines disabled and her decks awash.Chapter Vil The Sailboat Race HEN the people in Central Park learned that one of the t0y sailboats was being steered by a mouse in a sailor suit, they all came running. Soon the shores of the pond were so crowded that a policeman was sent from headquarters to announce…….. ' '…. that everybody would have to stop pushing, but no­ body did. People in New York like to push each other. The most excited person of all was the boy who owned the Lillian B. Womrath. He was a fat, sulky boy of twelve, named LeRoy. He wore a blue serge suitThe Sailboat Race 37 and a white necktie stained with orange juice. \"Come back here!\" he calJed to Stuart. \"Come back here and get on my boat. I want you to steer my boat. I will pay you five dolJars a week and you can have every Thursday afternoon off and a radio in your room.\" \"I thank you for your kind offer,\" replied Stuart, \"but I am happy aboard the '-''asp-happier than I have ever been before in all my life.\" And with that he spun the wheel over smartly and headed his schooner down toward the starting line, where LeRoy was turning his boat around by poking it with a long stick, ready for the start of the race.Stuart Little \"I'll be the referee,\" said a man in a bright green suit. \"ls the Wasp ready?\" \"Ready, sir!\" shouted Stuart, touching his hat. \"Is the Lillian B. Womrath ready?\" asked the referee. \"Sure, I'm ready,\" said LeRoy. \"To the north end of the pond and back again!\" shouted the referee. \"On your mark, get set, GO!\" \"Go!\" cried the people along the shore. \"Go!\" cried the owner of the Wasp. \"Go!\" yelled the policeman. And away went the two boats for the north end of the pond, while the seagulls wheeled and cried over­ head and the taxicabs tooted and honked from Seventy­ second Street and the west wind (which had come halfway across America to get to Central Park) sang and whistled in the rigging and blew spray across the decks, stinging Stuart's cheeks with tiny fragmentS of flying peanut shell tossed up from the foamy deep. \"This is the life for me!\" Stuart murmured to himself. \"What a ship! What a day! What a race!\" Before the two boats had gone many feet, however, an accident happened on shore. The people were push­ ing each other harder and harder in their eagemess to see the sport, and although they really didn't mean to, they pushed the policeman so hard they pushedThe Sailboat Race 39 him right off the concrete wall and into the pond. He hit the water in a sitting position, and got wet clear up to the third button of his jacket. He was soaked. This particular policeman was not only a big, heavy man, but he had just eaten a big, heavy meal, and the wave he made went curling outward, cresting and billowing, upsetting all manner of small craft and caus­ ing every owner of a boat on the pond to scream with delight and consternation.Stuart Little When Stuart saw the great wave approaching he jw11ped for the rigging, but he was too late. Towering above the lVasp like a mountain, the wave came crashing and piling along the deck, caught Stuart up and swept him over the side and into the water, when: everybody suppusc<l he wuul<l drown. Stuart had no intention of drowning. He kicked hard with his feet, and thrashed hard with his tail, and in a minute or two he climbed back aboard the schooner, cold and wet but quite unharmed. As he took his place at the helm, he could hear people cheering for him and calling,The Sailboat Race \"Atta mouse, Stuart! Atta mouse!\" He looked over and saw that the wave had capsized the Lillian B. Wom­ rath but that she had righted herself and was sailing on her course, close by. And she stayed close along­ side till both boats reached the north end of the pond. Here Stuart put the Wasp about and LeRoy turned the Lillian around with his stick, and away the two boats went for the finish line. \"This race isn't over yet,\" thought Stuart. The first warning he had that there was trouble ahead came when he glanced into the Wasp's cabin and observed that the barometer had fallen sharply. That can mean only one thing at sea-dirty weather. Suddenly a dark cloud swept across the sun, blotting it out and Jcaving the earth in shadow. Stuart shivered in his wet clothes. He turned up his sailor blouse closer around his neck, and when he spied the Wasp's owner among the crowd on shore he waved his hat and called out: \"Dirty weather ahead, sir! Wind backing into the �ouch-west, seas confused, glass falling.\" \"Never mind the weather!\" cried the owner. \"Watch out for flotsam dead ahead!\" Stuart peered ahead into the gathering storm, but saw nothing except gray waves with white crests. The world seemed cold and ominous. Stuart glanced be-44 Stuart Little directions and telling him what to do. \"Stuart! Stuart! Down jib! Down scaysail!\" Stuart jumped for the halyards, and the jib and the forestaysail came rippling down. \"Cut away all paper bags!\" roared the owner. Stuart whipped out his pocketknife and slashed away bravely at the soggy bag until he had the deck cleared. \"Now back your foresail and give her a full!\" screamed the owner of the Wasp. Stuart grabbed the foresail boom and pulled with all his might. Slowly the schooner paid off and began toThe Sailboat Race 45 gather headway. And as she heeled over to the breeze she rolled her rail out from under the Lillian's nose, shook herself free, and stood away to the southard. A loud cheer went up from the bank. Stuart sprang to the wheel and answered it. Then he looked back, and to his great joy he perceived that the Lillian had gone off in a wild direction and was yawing all over the pond. Straight and true sailed the ,vasp, with Stuart at the helm. After she had crossed the finish line, Stuart brought her alongside the wall, and was taken ashore and highly praised for his fmc seamanship and daring.Stuart Little The owner was delighted and said it was the happiest day of his life. He introduced himself to StUart, said that in private life he was Dr. Paul Carey, a surgeon­ demist. He said model boats were his hobby and that he would be delighted to have Stuart take command of his vessel at any time. 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