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THE TEMPERING

scraps, and I can tell who to scrap wiv and 'oo not. I wouldn't start anyfink wiv ole Bullock."
" To me," says Dagwood, "he looks a bit slow."
" Maybe, maybe not," says Barker. "But 'e'd be a swine to try and stop."
`Ah ... that, yes," says Dagwoad. "I don't say no to that."
Bullock comes back. He has a black eye, and a general air of calm satisfaction.
" Well?" asks Barker. "'Ow dit go?" "All right," says Bullock.
" Who d'you work out with?" asks Dagwood.
" Chap called Ackerman," says Bullock.
" What, a Corporal? A big feller? Jack Ackerman, of Y Company?" asks Dagwood, with interest.
" That's it."
" Now Ackerman is good, son. How d'you do?"
" Oh, I did all right."
" He got you in the eye, I notice."
" Oh, that? That's nothing."
" Give him a pasting?"
" No, we didn't go on long enough. We just played about."
" Think you could give Ackerman a coating, son?"
" Oh yes, I could give Ackennan a coating, Sergeant," says the serious-minded Bullock. "I went a bit easy with him. He hit me a bit. I didn't hit him much. But if I had to meet Ackerman, why, I'd get him all right."
" You'll have to be pretty good to get Ackerman."
" I've never been knocked off my feet," says Bullock. "Except once. It was a foul punch. I think it was an

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