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CHAPTER 8 - NEW MOVES

half a mile from the holding. Bill and Ned moved forward on foot. They came to a narrow track very near to where Rocky had been slugged on the previous day. They turned a sharp corner-and there in front of them were two men fighting on the ground, one under the other. Both were Indians, but very different as to age. The one who was underneath was old, the other in his prime. He was clad in jeans and shirt, his copper-coloured lean face, however, betraying his race. The old man was naked to the waist ; a blanket lay nearby in the dust, an Apache blanket.
The younger Indian saw the rangers and like a flash was away, leaving his victim, sliding for cover like an animal and as swiftly. One moment he was there, hands gripping the old man's throat, the next he had gone.
Ned went after him. Bill made for the old man, now lying motionless. He looked in a bad way, breathing but spasmodically. Bill had no doubt that he was the man he had seen above the hill mesa watching. He knelt by him and, producing his emergency flask of spirit, forced some between the old man's lips.
And then he heard a slight noise. He wasn't as quick as the other Indian in finding cover, but he was swift by white man's standards. The small flask of spirit he had to leave on the ground by the unconscious Apache.
He went under cover and stayed there. In a moment down the track came a young Indian, loping forward with an easy stride. He saw the old man, went to him, knelt. Bill's presence he apparently did not suspect. The ranger stayed dead quiet. This newcomer wasn't the attacker returned. Bill judged

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