They are all edging forwards, inch by inch, to get nearer for the rush at Crab Jones, who stands there in front of old Brooke to catch the ball.
There is a rush of small boys upon the little pale-faced man, the two sides mingling together, subdued by the great goddess Thirst, like the English and French by the streams in the Pyrenees.
And away comes the ball, kicked high in the air, to give the School time to rush on and catch it as it falls.
The ball is just at equal distances between the two, and they rush together, the young man of seventeen and the boy of twelve, and kick it at the same moment.
The bull-dogs rush in for the last time; they are hurled over or carried back, striving hand, foot, and eyelids.
The blood of all the Browns is up, and the two rush in together, and throw themselves on the ball, under the very feet of the advancing column--the prepostor on his hands and knees, arching his back, and Tom all along on his face.
But the cub saw, and it was a warning and a lesson to him--the swift downward swoop of the hawk, the short skim of its body just above the ground, the strike of its talons in the body of the ptarmigan, the ptarmigan's squawk of agony and fright, and the hawk's rush upward into the blue, carrying the ptarmigan away with it,
So he started out to look for the cave and his mother, feeling at the same time an overwhelming rush of loneliness and helplessness.
She did not rush him, now that her young one was safe.
The Lakers, as expected, completed their trade with the Bobcats earlier in the day, exchanging Rush
for two second-round draft picks, and the 24-year-old shooting guard was back at Staples Center like nothing had changed.