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THE FOUNDRY

up against Jerry. Jerry is ruthless. Jerry won't lead with his left in hand-to-hand fighting : he'll more likely bite you in the face and kick. The principle is, that a break-hold, or a gouge, or a properly placed kick or twist, well applied, might save your life in an emergency. I teach you ruthless, unscrupulous, roughhouse tactics, to be used if and when occasion demands. And furthermore, Unarmed Combat gives you confidence in yourselves, and helps you to a proper co-ordination of eye and hand and foot. For instance . . ."
The Staff Sergeant reaches out, casually, as one might reach for a cigarette; and almost as effortlessly picks up a great Sergeant Instructor in a blue-and-red striped sweater and a Sandow moustache.
" This kind of thing," says the Staff Sergeant, hurling the striped one to the earth and hauling his right hand back between his shoulder-blades, "is useful sometimes. But you have to be quick, not necessarily strong, but quick to do it, and speed is always useful, in every walk of life."
The striped Sergeant is black in the face and moaning. The Staff Sergeant releases him. "Sergeant Paul," he says, "rush me."
" Must I, Staff? You've demonstrated on me twice already to-day."
" Yes, you must."
The striped one walks twenty feet away, and then makes a desperate rush upon the Staff Sergeant. He hopes to bear the grim one down by sheer weight and vigour. A second or so later he is spinning through the air. "Watch him fall," says Staff. "If he didn't

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