but i●n each case the abrasion on the side ■of the head had been severe enough to deman●d treatment. One
or two had b●een a long while recovering full conscio●usness, and all were in a conditio●n of mental con
fusion and gave wildly incohe■rent reports of the incident. There had been t■imes, during those journeys[
Pg■ 42] to and fro, when Gregg found it dif■ficult to save himself from outburst■s of laughter. He had to bit■e his lip hard in the effort to hold in● check an imagina
tion that w■as apt to run to extremes. Fr■om one point of view it had certainly been absu■rd that this awkward being, with his ●apparently lis■charged.
imited range of moveme■nt, should have managed in a f●ew seconds to lay out so man■y healthy, active men. By comparison, his ■batting perfor
he flying leap ov●er the hurdle, the subsequent acceleration o?/p>