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CHAPTER 1 - BLACK CREEK FEUD

But he did no such thing, even though one of his pals urged him on.
" I ain't that kind," said Bud, standing back while Rocky recovered his breath. " Nobody ain't goin' to say I hit a man when he was helpless."
It sounded all right, but nobody believed him. Bud was playing with Rocky, didn't want to finish the fight yet.
Rocky got back his breath. He was in great pain now. His head was reeling, the blood from his battered nose was not staunched; his stomach was sore after that savage blow to the point. But he straightened and his hands went up. Dimly he began to perceive what Bud was doing, realised that young Werner intended to batter him to a jelly before finishing the fight.
This time Rocky didn't launch a wild attack. He waited for Bud to come in; and at last the latter obliged. He came in, feinted with his left and then sent a right after it. Rocky managed to side-step, and then his own right came across and hit Bud, grown careless, on the jaw. Bud swayed back-and somebody laughed.
Bud heard the laugh and changed his plans. Maybe he had given Rocky enough. At all events he wasn't going to be laughed at for taking a blow from his despised enemy. Bud recovered swiftly and went in to finish the battle.
Rocky saw him coming and tried to get out of the way, realising at last that his only chance was to keep away from the savage blows and hope that Bud would wear himself out. But it was too late, for Bud was all set now to put him down for good. Rocky sidestepped the first rush, but as he did so his foot stumbled against a half-brick lying on the ground. He reeled and Bud was on him like a flash.

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