"I realize the reading isn't the most interesting thing in the world but at least you could have read it before taking this test," Indian glared at his students. "I expected much more from all of you. I hope your papers are better than these tests, you're dismissed to go work on them." Indiana watched his students leave and then sat down at his desk with a sigh.
A soft, feminine voice broke the silence, "Kind of harsh on them, weren't you?"
Indiana glanced up at the owner of the voice. A young woman in her early twenties stood before him. Her hair was brown and worn in a long braid down her back. Her green eyes sparkles in the light. She wore a black, knee length skirt and a white blouse but it was easy to see she wasn't comfortable in them. Her slim body was tan from too much time in the sun.
"It was their own fault," Indy replied, "Mrs.?"
"Elizabeth is fine." She slowly walked towards him. "I've heard a great deal of the adventures you go on Dr. Jones, and I was hoping you would be willing to go on another."
Indy looked at her trying to keep cool but his eye showed his interest. The classroom was starting to bore him. Even all the girls flirting with him was become less amusing. He was ready to go but wasn't quite sure about this girl. She seemed familiar but he knew he could never forget a face like hers.
Elizabeth pulled a chair close to his and sat down. "Are you interested?"
"What's in it for me?"
"The Mask of Alinas will be given to your school for the museum."
"The Mask of Alinas has never been found."
"Not yet," she whispered.
Indy leaned closer to Elizabeth. "You know where it is?" he barely whispered.
"Yes, but I can't do it alone. You came very highly recommended."
Indy leaned back in his chair and thought, "There's something she isn't telling me, but I can't take much more of teaching, I need time off. Perhaps if someone else went." Indy's thoughts drifted back to the adventure he had two years ago. "I haven't had much time to spend with Dad, maybe." He looked back at Elizabeth and smiled. "If you can convince my father to come then I will be more than happy to join you."
Elizabeth smiled slyly, "Perfect." She reached into her purse and pulled out a long, white, envelope. "Here's your ticket. Meet me at the airport tomorrow at noon." She started to walk away.
"What about convincing my father?"
Elizabeth slowly turned around, "Oh, didn't I tell you? He's the one who told me to see you. Don't forget, noon." She gave him another sly smile and walked out.
Indy thought to himself, "I could get used to that girl."

It took me over twenty years but I finally found him.