"Then get off your coat, for I'm going to start in," Old dut warned the wretch.
"Oh, I'm one of the town's schoolmasters," replied Old dut dryly.
"I'm getting the usual sympathy that is awarded to the vanquished," smiled Old dut to himself.
As Old dut spoke he "shucked" his own coat, tossing it to the curb.
I'll get some of the fellows out to-night, and we'll make a wreck scene in Old dut's flower beds.
For some moments Old dut had all he could do to hold his own.
Besides, Old dut was talking to me a good deal along such lines.
"dut is—is a dut," she answered, somewhat abashed by my want of enthusiasm.
Each "whack" Old dut emphasized by bringing down his own broad right hand on Dick's unprotected body.
"A dut is a baddix—a regular baddix," volunteered her brother.