1.Could Chips go abroad after his retirement?
No he could not go abroad. Once he tried a trip but could go no further than Riviera.
2.What did Chips tell Gregson?
Chips told Gregson that he remembered him. He was always late in every thing. Chips said perhaps he would be late in growing old like him.
3.What was shocking to Chips about the master who came from Oxford?
The new teacher had allowed the sixth call him by his Christian name. Chips could not bear this. He was a bit shocked.
4.What even took place in 1926 in Brookfield?
During 1925 there was a General strike. Brookfield boys loaded motor-vans with foodsturfs. The strike had cost England much.
5.Was Chips income was more than his expenses after retirement? OR How did Chips spend his money after retirement? OR Where did Chips invest his money after retirement?
Yes, his income was more than he spent. His small capital was invested in safe stocks. He gave money to the poor. He also gave money to various school funds and also to the Brookfield mission.
6.When did Chips make his will? Or What was Chips will?
In 1930 Chips made his will. Except for the legacies to the mission and to Mrs.Wickett he left all he had to found an open entrance scholarship to the School.
7.What joke did Chips say to Henderson?
He said when he was young there had been one who promised nine pence for four pence though nobody ever got it. But the present rulers seemed to give four pence for nine pence.
8.What did Chips say about Wurlitzer?
The boys said that it was a musical instrument. But he said that he thought it was some kind of sausage. There was a loud laughter.