# do you think the pale young gentleman was a good sport? substantiate you answer

Chapter 11

"Even after that crisis in our affairs, he got up and turned round and round confusedly a few times, not knowing where I was; but finally went on his knees to his sponge and threw it up: at the same time panting out, That means you have won.'
He seemed so brave and innocent, that although I had not pro- posed the contest I felt but a gloomy satisfaction in my victory. Indeed, I go so far as to hope that I regarded myself while dressing, as a species of savage young wolf, or other wild beast. However, I got dressed, darkly wiping my sanguinary face at intervals, and I said, Can I help you?' and he said No thankee,' and I said Good afternoon,' and he said `Same to you.'"