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A LIVING TARGET: 1934.02.25
arrows struck closer and closer to Tarzan, in the cruel game which had
his life as its stake. Then the eager hand of an archer trembled, and an
ill-shot arrow sundered one of the ape-man's bonds. Tarzan whipped out
the knife hidden in his loin-cloth and slashed the fetters at his ankles,
while the astonished outlaws, shooting wildly, sped to seize him. Tarzan
sprang to a branch of a the tree, and mounted high among its concealing
leaves, as the enraged bowmen shot into the thick foliage.
Screened by foliage, Tarzan sped
through the tree until he reached a branch near a lone archer. Entwining
his leg in a vine, Tarzan swung head down. From the bewildered bowman he
seized a bow and three arrows, and swung up again into the tree. When three
Brigands fell, pierced by Tarzan's arrows, their companions turned on Kamur
and Hotep for vengeance. Swiftly, Tarzan leaped down on the attackers.
He bore two of them to the ground, but the third drew away and raised his
knife to plunge it into the ape-man's back!
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