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The Way West (1955)

"No," Patch said.
" I seen one. One, or a wolf," Holdridge added. Tadlock shouldered ahead. "Get horses, damn id" "Hold upl"
" What's wrong with you, Summers? You want to hold a meeting?"
Summers didn't answer, but Lije Evans spoke out, "Leave it to Dick."
" Summers isn't captain. Get your horsesl"
Summers spoke then, spoke with something in his voice that Mack liked but still resisted. "Don't forgit yourself, hoss."
" I'm not forgetting those cattle."
Patch's tone was mild. "Most of them are yours." "Goddam itl What's that got to do with it? You want
to lose yours?"
The men had crowded into a close bunch. A half dozen of them were trying to talk. Summers' words rose above the rest. "Rules say it's up to me to call a war party."
Tadlock faced up to him. "Call it thenl"
Mack spoke without thinking, spoke, he knew later, out of temper and hunger for a fight. "Rules be damned, I say, if they don't work."
Summers stepped up to him. "Mack," he said quietly, so quietly that everybody listened, "these here could be Pawnees, and, besides, I don't aim to send green men out at night, even against Kaws." He paused as if to let his words sink in. "You'll get more cattle back, come daylight, than you can now."
Summers faced around to address the others. "I'll be the war party. You all watch the wagons." He didn't say any more. He faded out like a shadow. One minute

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