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1  "One devil, dat Spitz," remarked Perrault.
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2  It was Spitz, treacherously attacking from the side.
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3  A warning snarl told him that the trespasser was Spitz.
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4  But he braced himself to the shock of Spitz's charge, then joined the flight out on the lake.
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5  So unexpected was it, and so shrewdly managed, that Spitz was hurled backward and off his feet.
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6  But when he was at last unearthed, and Spitz flew at him to punish him, Buck flew, with equal rage, in between.
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7  Spitz ran out his tongue and laughed again, and from that moment Buck hated him with a bitter and deathless hatred.
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8  Spitz, as lead-dog and acknowledged master of the team, felt his supremacy threatened by this strange Southland dog.
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9  Buck received them in comradely fashion, Dave ignored them, while Spitz proceeded to thrash first one and then the other.
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10  On the other hand, possibly because he divined in Buck a dangerous rival, Spitz never lost an opportunity of showing his teeth.
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11  Like Dave, he asked nothing, gave nothing, expected nothing; and when he marched slowly and deliberately into their midst, even Spitz left him alone.
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12  They had crept in while Buck and Spitz were fighting, and when the two men sprang among them with stout clubs they showed their teeth and fought back.
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13  As Buck drew himself together to spring after them, out of the tail of his eye he saw Spitz rush upon him with the evident intention of overthrowing him.
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14  He was not prone to rashness and precipitate action; and in the bitter hatred between him and Spitz he betrayed no impatience, shunned all offensive acts.
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15  This was the pride that bore up Spitz and made him thrash the sled-dogs who blundered and shirked in the traces or hid away at harness-up time in the morning.
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16  Dave was wheeler or sled dog, pulling in front of him was Buck, then came Sol-leks; the rest of the team was strung out ahead, single file, to the leader, which position was filled by Spitz.
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17  So terrible was his appearance that Spitz was forced to forego disciplining him; but to cover his own discomfiture he turned upon the inoffensive and wailing Billee and drove him to the confines of the camp.
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18  At another time Spitz went through, dragging the whole team after him up to Buck, who strained backward with all his strength, his fore paws on the slippery edge and the ice quivering and snapping all around.
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19  Spitz was the leader, likewise experienced, and while he could not always get at Buck, he growled sharp reproof now and again, or cunningly threw his weight in the traces to jerk Buck into the way he should go.
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20  He sprang upon Spitz with a fury which surprised them both, and Spitz particularly, for his whole experience with Buck had gone to teach him that his rival was an unusually timid dog, who managed to hold his own only because of his great weight and size.
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