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Sergeant glances at him and yawns. Then he says :
" None of you are. Any good. Civilians. City-bred, some of you. Doughy. Sloppy. Unfit. Most of you'd be puffed after running. A mile. Hn. We'll alter all that." He clears his throat, and then goes on, in the voice of a lecturer, but with an undertone of weariness. (After all, lie has been saying the same thing over and over again, day in and day out, for so very long.) He says :
" It is my duty to make you fit and strong in order that you may serve your country to the full extent of your capacity. Some of you went in for sports and physical culture in peace-time. All the better for them that did. You all ought to have done so. A man who neglects the body God gave him is worse than a beast. And if you've neglected yourselves and let yourselves get short-winded and soft, well, you'll suffer for that in the first week or two : it'll come hard, very hard. You get a lot of P.T. here. You've got to be hammered into shape. I can't show you any mercy, even if I wanted to ... and I don't.
" I hope you enjoy the P.T. you get here. If you don't, it makes no odds. So you'd better for your own sakes. It isn't all arm-and-leg exercises. Now, we play a lot of games and do a lot of nice running. Above all, we teach a new kind of thing which we call Unanned Combat.
" What is Unarmed Combat? Well, it's nothing more or less than dirty, rough-house fighting ... selfdefence other than Queensberry method. Call it AllIn Wrestling ... a bit of Catch-As-Catch-Can, JuJitsu, judo, anything you like. The idea is this : you're

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