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CHARGE OF THE CHARIOTS ~ 1932.12.04
sudden attack by the monkey-man who had befriended him caught Tarzan off
his guard. But swift as Ara the lightning, the ape-man caught the monkey-man's
wrist and wrenched it until the knife fell to the ground. With the force
of numa the lion Tarzan felled his assailant. A cry from Von Harben warned
the ape-man of danger. The soldiers were upon them. Tarzan leaped to the
trees amid a storm of spears. He caught one to replace the spear he had
lost. Making good his escape, Tarzan saw his friend, Von Harben, taken
prisoner and led beyond the forest across a desert space.
A great Egyptian city was in the distance. The foot soldiers were met
by a troop of charioteers. The commander pointed toward a tree were Tarzan
stood exposed and in a moment the chriot troop was sweeping across the
desert. The leader was about to shoot the first arrow when Tarzan's spear
pierced his heart. The man hunt was on! All the forced of the Egyptians
was aroused against the ape-man who had killed one of the sacred crocodiles.
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