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It is not altogether Archie's fault that he was a "mollycoddle." From earliest childhood they had carefully shielded Archie from contact with rude boys who did not keep their hands and faces clean. Archie was twelve, and they didn't allow him to go out on the street without his nurse. One day, Archie left his nurse in the park and attempted to play ball with some boys. The boys didn't do a thing to Archie. They blackened his eye, punched his nose and finally, when the nurse rescued him, the entire crowd were sitting on Archie, pounding him with hands and feet. Archie, howling bitterly, was led back to the hotel in which his family lived. His pitiful case did not excite much sympathy from his only friend, Bobs, the bellboy. Bobs was considerably smaller than Archie, but he was a natural born "scrapper." Bobs promised to teach Archie how to fight. At every spare opportunity, they would slip off to the drummers' sample room, where Bobs would initiate Archie in the mysteries of undercut ...

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