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41. BLACK TOM
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
BLACK TOM 10 to 30 or more players. Playground; gymnasium. Two parallel lines are drawn on the ground with a space of from thirty to fifty feet between them. All of the players except one stand ...
42. BEND AND STRETCH RELAY
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... bag is different from that of the first. The pupils face sideways to the left, their feet resting in the aisle, and drop the bag behind them to the floor with both hands, at the same time bending slightly ...
43. BASTE THE BEAR
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... keeper stands by the bear, each of them holding an end of a short rope about two feet in length and knotted at either end to give a firm hold. The rest of the players stand around in a circle inclosing ...
44. BARLEY BREAK
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
BARLEY BREAK 6 to 18 players. Playground; gymnasium. A long, narrow strip of ground is needed for this game, divided into three spaces measuring from ten to fifty feet square. The central one of ...
45. ARROW CHASE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... Every ten feet the runners must chalk a small arrow somewhere along their path, the object of the hunting party being to overtake these runners, discovering their course by the arrows. No attempt is made ...
46. ALL UP RELAY
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... line up in single file behind a starting line drawn on the ground. Directly in front of each team, at the opposite end of the running space (which should be from twenty to fifty feet long), are drawn two ...
47. BUCK'S TRIAL OF STRENGTH
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... It seemed like a conjuration. [Footnote: Conjuration: an invoking of supernatural aid.] As Thornton got to his feet, Buck seized his mittened hand between his jaws, pressing in with his teeth and releasing ...
48. ANIMAL INTELLIGENCE
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... the hay-calf had neither feet nor head; whereupon it occurred to us that, after all, perhaps it was a pillow that the Lama contemplated. We were in error; but the error was not dissipated till the next ...
49. LIFE IN OLD NEW YORK
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... devoutly [Footnote: Entering devoutly, etc. What Oriental custom is the author alluding to?] in their stocking feet. After scrubbing the floor, sprinkling it with fine white sand,--which was curiously ...
50. A NIGHT IN THE PINES
(Lessons/Short Stories)
... over the sleeping hemisphere, and all the out-door world are on their feet. It is then that the cock first crows, not this time to announce the dawn, but like a cheerful watchman speeding the course of ...
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