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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

Then he waited for Rocky to recover a little. Rocky reeled but didn't fall. His head was aching as a result of that one blow, but he wasn't giving up. He swung round and hit out at Bud again. He was in the grip of a berserk rage. He could see his enemy only through a red mist. Rocky was thinking of the insult to his mother, of all the other insults heaped upon him by Bud in the past. He didn't care if he himself were knocked out-it was pretty certain he would be-but that didn't matter so long as he hurt Bud first.
He played Bud's game, though for a bit he didn't realise that. He went in, and Bud retreated, easily Rocky's master, though. He guarded two blows, ducked a third and then seeing an opening hit out himself. Again he could have put Rocky down had he wanted; but as it was he merely damaged the boy's face, his fist drawing blood from Rocky's nose.
Again Rocky was given time to recover. Two blows only had Bud landed, but each had punished. He himself was untouched. Those watching, now reinforced by others turning up for morning school, could plainly see what Bud's game was. He was out to reduce Rocky Bruce to pulp.
Rocky disregarded the pain from that last blow, was hardly conscious that he was hurt. He wiped away the blood hurriedly and then stumbled back to the attack. Bud grinned savagely. This was easy. Again he retreated, having no difficulty in guarding himself from the wild blows launched. Still he was untouched.
Another opening presented itself and Bud used his left, this time to the body, to the mark, that vulnerable spot in the pit of the stomach.
Rocky gasped, doubled up. He was helpless, all Bud had to do was to step in and finish him off.

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