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THE RETURN OF THE YOUNG BWANA
As the bolgani
snatched the unconscious form of Korak, Tarzan drew his knife. . . leaped
like lightning through the air. . . and landed full upon the gorilla's
back. The ape-man made short work of the bolgani. . . and then, carrying
Korak in his arms, went through the jungle on the back of Tantor. The bolgani
While Korak eased his feverish thirst at the water pool, Tarzan and
Tantor were on guard. Many suns had risen before the trio, nearing Tarzan's
estate, were met by the monkey, Nkima, who, chattering furiously, leaped
upon the ape-man's shoulder. The first human to greet them was Muviro,
the heroic chief of of Tarzan's Waziri supermen.
While the Waziri hailed the return of the young Bwana, who had gone
off to see the jungle adventure. . . Muviro handed the ape-man a
note, written in blood on a torn piece of shirt. It said:
HELP. . . AT THE ELEPHANTS GRAVEYARD. . . ERICH
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