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Volume 5910

DARTS OF DEATH ~ 1933.02.26
As the arrows pierced the hide of Bulga, the she-ape, she cried out in terror. The other apes rushed about in panic at the unexpected attack. The drunken soldiers, shooting the arrows laughed madly at the queer antics of the apes. But suddenly their laughter stopped as they heard the blood-curdling cry of the bull-ape. It was Tarzan who uttered the cry. Leaping upon two of the soldiers the apes-man lifted them and smashed their heads together. 

One by one, he hurled  them, unconcscous into the pit where the sacred apes were kept. But the third soldier fell. Tarzan dashed into the midst of the apes and disarmed one of the of the solders.

"Follow me!" the ape-man commanded. Up  the staircase raced the ape horde.

Meanwhile the soldier who had fled sought the aid of his comrades. As Tarzan led the apes to the palace wall, the soldiers shot a fusillade of arrows.

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