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THE CHASE ~ 1933.11.19
call to arms sounded as Tarzan fled with the Princess Nikotris. Swiftly,
the Ibek horsemen joined in the chase. Tarzan was well in the lead, but
ht e two Ibeks who were first in pursuit were rapidly closing the gap.
Ahead of the ape-man yawned a deep abyss in the rocks. At the brink of
the precipice, Tarzan's horse reared in terror. The Ibeks were now close
upon him, Tarzan swung his horse and charged directly between them. One
of the Ibek's, unable to stop his mount, plunged deep into the abyss.
The other dashed after the ape-man. But, as Tarzan
started off in the new direction, the full force of the Ibek horsemen came
swooping down toward him. The ape-man turned again and headed direct for
the precipice. The lone Ibek horseman stood between him and his goal. Tarzan
escaped the Ibek's spear and rode full toward the chasm. As he reached
it he lifted his mount for the desperate leap by which the other horseman
had met his death.
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