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GAMES
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BOOK
ry
BY
MARY
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EIGHTH
EDITION
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TORONTO
GEORGE
N. MORANG
1898
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1898, by
Copyright,
for the United
Printed
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Charle* Scribner'sSons
Statei of America
Printingand BookbindingCompany
by the Trow Directory,
New
York, U. S. A.
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PREFATORY
TO
NOTE
THE
EIGHTH
EDITION
"!
To
the
peoplewho
game-loving
kindly
so
welcomed the firstappearanceof this little
book
!^
(underthe title,The
Book of
Games"), I send my
warmest thanks.
"
That itwas
the
so
a
dred
Hun-
receivedin England,
cordially
has
of sports,
paradise
been most
and this encouragesme
ing,
gratify-
to send it forth
with fifteenadditional
again
games and
a new
dress.
M. W.
Bay Ridge,August9, 1898.
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PREFACE
who
with
changes
years
"s"
called
themselves
hardly
a
were
for
dignity
a
games
should
different
And
until
it
had
way.
All
and
success.
a
few
played
two
choice
for
All
It
there
were
for
than
games
sake
agreed
that
of
the
each
time
house.
All
agreed
to
Club
grew
ix
games
and
aside
lay
to
the
the
but
points.
necessary
and
all
was
quarrels;
no
ready
were
and
together
for
more
fortnightly
Game
It
Some
Club.
and
to
games,
new
particularly
dues,
vanity
give,
to
favorites.
name,
cared
they
be
the
this
in
upon
member's
so
,'
u
no
dancing.
their
old
Game
except
and
that
of
the
people,
agreed
felt
in
the
club,
all
is
spirits, gravitated
congenial
officers,
book
number
a
on
twenty
no
Httle
them,
written
ago
All
this
rung
be
to
came
i
need
those
and
of
object
The
ing
makings
meet-
at
agree.
prospered
in
old
and
a
Preface
X
new
and then itmi
game-books,
itself
and sumetimes made
over
-e
g "les for
^
o.
ones.
goodold age for a Game
and
livesand flourishes,
Club,and yetitstill
Two
years is a
from itsexperience
itsends you The.Book of
a
Hundred Games.
M. W.
Bay Ridge,N. Y.,January
25, I896.
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CONTENTS
PART
I
Games RequiringPreparation
FAGB
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XI
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Contents
PAGB
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
XXI.
XXII.
Parodies,.
42
Bouquet,
43
Mirth
45
46
Versa,
Vice
XXIII.
Eye-guessing,
XXIV.
The
XXV.
XXVI.
XXVII.
XXVIII.
XXIX.
XXX.
XXXI.
XXXII.
54
Auction,
56
Commerce,
58
Stray
Syllables
60
Baby
Show,
61
Palette,
63
China
65
Painting,
What
XXXVIII.
XXXIX.
XL.
XLI.
Songs
Who
66
Pictures
Shadow
XXXIV.
XXXVII.
51
Library,
Initials,
Silhouettes
XXXVI.
49
Objective
XXXIII.
XXXV.
48
Puzzles,
Progressive
in
would
for
Disguise,
you
Several
do
70
if
....
73
Singers
74
I?
am
75
Location,
Fashion
Composite
A
76
Notes
Penny
78
Pictures,
for
Alliterative
Your
Thoughts,
Sight Unseen
79
....
81
Literature,
.....
XLII.
71
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Contents
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Contents
XIV
PART
II
Games
IMPROMPTU
PAGE
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LXV.
LXVI.
LXVII.
LXVIII.
LXIX.
LXX.
LXXI.
LXXII.
A
Spoonful of Fun,
Trades
114
What
118
Short
120
The
Stories,
Impossible Cat,
Theatrical
LXXX.
LXXXI.
123
Nonsense,
124
Titles of Books,
.126
.
.
.
Bequests,
128
Teapot
129
Dumb
Motions
13o
Scouts
131
Commercial
LXXXIII.
Who
LXXXIV.
How?
LXXXVII.
Characters,
127
The
LXXXVl.
122
Orchestra,
LXXXII.
LXXXV.
ti7
Jenkins,
LXXV.
LXXIX.
115
117
Stuff and
LXXVIII.
?
Cities
LXXIV.
LXXVII.
Like
Conundrums,
Personal
Famous
LXXVI.
Thought
My
is
LXXIII.
,
113
Traveller,
132
Seasons,
is
Nonsense
My
134
Neighbor
Where?
?
135
When?
137
Rhymes
Button, Button,
Gardening,
Negatively,
138
.
.
.
.139
140
Contents
xv
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PAGE
LXXXVIII.
Philopena,
Cross-questionsand SillyAnswers,
LXXXIX.
XC.
XCI.
XCII.
V
.142
.
Spirits
144
Word
Wordy
N
141
146
Advice,
.147
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.
XCIII.
Fire,
148
XCIV.
It,
14'"
Telegrams,
151
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XCV.
XCVI.
XCVII.
XCVIII.
XCIX.
C.
Telegrams,
Boston
152
Postman,
153
Barber
155
Shop
Royal Lady,
156
Monkey,
Horn
CI. Useless
157
Information,
PART
Games
CII. New
Year's
158
III
Special
for
Occasions
Resolutions,
cm.
St. Valentine's
CIV.
Washington's Birthday
ii
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.
.
.
l6l
.
Day
162
165
CV.
April First
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CVI.
Hallowe'en
168
CVII. Topsy-turvy and
l!i:l
Christmas
CVIII. A Children's Party for Grown
Party,
.
People,
I
.173
.
175
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Contents
xvi
PART
IV
Old Favorites for Children
FACE
CIX.
Toilet,
My Lady's
.
ex. Hunt the Whistle
CXI. Bookbinder
CXII. Blowingthe Feather,
18O
18I
182
CXIII. MagicMusic,
183
CXIV. Animals,
i8S
CXV.
SOME
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179
Trolley-car,
FORFEITS,
186
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Guessing
pencil
and
for
appropriate
there
as
lady
a
of
number
A
i
players;
are
of
sheets
many
a
prize
gentleman.
or
articles
of
weight,
dimensions,
f-i
As
Fequired:
Materials
paper
Match
unknown
size, quantity,
etc.,
age,
arranged
are
i
The
table.
a
on
articles
leader
the
the
Then
articles
the
respective
details.
numbered
so
slip
a
on
that
of
paper
The
others
1,
wins
Number
Webster's
the
may
each
person,
readily
of
The
their
should
be
be
written
opposite
best
)
of
guesser,
prize.
following
will
by
guesses
numbers.
corresponding
course,
the
to
as
guess
article
Every
i-i
view, handle,
to
and
!
these
ascertained.
course,
invited
are
about
particulars
has, of
company
examine
and
full
beans
Unabridged
articles
to
occur
in
are
a
jar;
3,
and
:
anyone
glass
Dictionary;
suggested,
2,
length
,.i1^
weight
of
a
of
-^
ball
"-""'*;
4
in
playing-cards
of
of twine J 4, number
of Sitds in
a
cat
(or dog
pins in
baby) ;
or
downward;
whose
12,
of
a
pole;
a
quantity of
water
9, age of
piece of
candle
postage-"tamp
turned
long
a
of
photographs
famous
people
tlian their faces.
better known
are
names
pacIc,from
pin-cushion;
a
10, how
will burn; 11, denomination
face
7,
orange;
an
of
pail; 8, number
in a
a
taken; 5, height of
wliicli several liave been
6, number
of Games
Book
The
'
II
Letters
Missing
Required
Materials
written
a
or
:
As
many
as
there
lists
type-written
pencils and
players
are
;
prize.
This
cousins
and
is
English game,
an
the water.
over
Americanized.
The
playerstake
pencilis givento
a
and
circle,
a
sheet of paper
a
Here
played by our
it is,imported
on
which
seats in
each one, with
has been
written
type-writteii,
preferablythe latter,a
the
following:
or
list like
".
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MISSING
(X rtprtsenti
1. Max
2. Lxxe
in
(first
every
live
(couldn't
'
LETTERS
the
:
missing tttUri)
home).
without
"
it).
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3. Xx\e
(the
more
take
you
5
it the
from
larger
n
it
gets).
(it'sall
4. A'oox
(found
5. Loxx
6. A'raxt
the
over
suburbs).
in the
(gives
house).
cold,
a
cold, and
a
cures
the
pays
I!
m
doctor).
for unattractive
A'eaxty (desirable
7.
(that
8. A'rxxs
for
which
women).
spend
women
much
too
money).
Lxnxs
9.
heart).
(longest
word
in
English language).
It will
readilybe
that there
seen
to each
possibleanswers
is
maiden's
every
Tjcaxsxbxtxnxixtxoxa;xbcnxsx
10.
the
(near to
are
word, but the
several
real
key
follows:
as
iir
Roof.y(r"t
Realty.
1.
Mat/^c^v
4.
2.
U{e.lf^.
S. Lots.
8. Dress.
6. Draft.
9.
"
3. Hole.
10.
7.
Lungs.
Transubstantiationableness.
(
,
The
host
and
lists,
or
them
they guess
as
their
requestedto
playersare
a
who
readiness
one
leader
is familiar
to
againstthe
of their
chosen
correct
write
from
the
words
swers
an-
in
number, either the
the
among
with
the
the
papers
key,
as
ers
play-
"\aits in
they
'
i'l
are
-'ii
kl
handed
corrected
be
may
for
prize
A
in
succeeds
person
is
until
one
rectly.
cor-
to
the
exercise, and
the
of
one
"
'akirs'
"
in sueet
abound
which
sary,
neces-
should, be given
award
appropriate
an
lists
answers
brain-developing
this
in
winner
in fact
may,
all the
writing
is
as
again
guess
can
everyone
times
many
as
The
contestants.
the
by
him
to
Games
of
Book
The
6
puzzles
carts.
Ill
Butterflies
note-pa^fr
of sheets
a
artisfs
there
as
of
palette
or
plate
oil-paints:
knives
s
a
or
prize
in
the
form
in
the
of
a
an
following
several
;
size;
from
blue,
new
palette-knife
'"'4
of paint
of
of
number
same
inches
each
tube
vermilion,
a
;
the
;
scrapings
one
sheets
many
6byg
paper,
the
;
white,
lake
players
are
brown
stout
palette^
crimson
As
Required:
Materials
yellow,
paper-
butterfly,
if
desired,
A
Paris
of
favorite
is
game
the
butterflies.
making
note-paper
with
or
brown
paper
art
They
and
students
take
the
in
sheets
paints
Butterflies
IThe
lists
left
lisnecesor
intil
^ers
one
tubes
haphazard
taken
cor-
the centre,they put
several
just in
as
just where
it shows
at the
fold
outward
in
and
were
of
shey
the
same
it is folded
and
y
it to the
paint
when
light,
is.
Taking
a
get
the
as
one,
upper
in
press the
in the form
upward
seen
they
of
a
though
paint
fly's
butter-
the
terfly
but-
profile
again in
; and starting
place,but pressingdownward, they
and
lower
this is done
smaller
and
when
fairlywell-formed
ycilow^
Paper'
'^r/iy.if
are
opened
and
wing.
When
all
in
scales
sheets
there
on
If
will be
the
combinations
paints
With
brown
held
up
to the
lighta
butterflyis seen, the papers
there is
spread wings!
used
:
would
as
inside of the
an
ollowing
ents
the
in the paper,
wing, the
from
much
or paper-knife and starting
palette-knife
clean
number
\\\
centre; then, pressing the paper
the
closelytogether,they hold
'
paint-box;
a
the
place where
the
near
paper
puzzles
about
piece) on
five-cent
and
[cise,
?
day,
bit of paint (composed of
a
and
colors
a
cover
sheets
close of the
from
then,foldingthe piecesof paper exactlythrough
to the
!n
the
palettesat
their
on
7
a
with
perfectbutterfly
plenty of paint
are
been
ridgesquite suggestive of
wings, and
butterfly's
paper
has
often
the
color
wonderfullybeautiful.
(heavy,glazed is
the
best)
tm
;S
1
of
8
T})e Book
bits of white
paintwillshow
esting
well,and intersult.
re-
of
or
the form
a
butterfly
may
givento the person who has made
but if the players
beautiful butterfly,
not be
may
the most
add
up
will
varietiesof the white butterfly
prizein
A
Games
their
they
autographsto
will have
made, their hostess
have
collection of
interesting
and
paintedbutterflies
the
souvenirs of the
an
sion
occa-
well worth keeping.
one
IV
The
Most
ofpaper
there
as
with
pencilsand
that this is a
writes the
minutes
m
most
are
Story
many
players j
a
pencils and
a prize,
circle and all provided
paper, it is announced
and
competition,
getsthe
the papers
are
seated in
Whien all are
1,
As
Required:
Materials
sheets
Improbable
that the
one
who
improbable story in twenty
prize. When the time is up
collected and
redistributedso
of Games
Book
The
lO
Memory
Required
Materials
Twenty small
:
ar
tide s^
tape-measure ^ ink-stand, thimble,
pill-box,
calendar, paper of pins, spectacle-case,
tack-hammer,
knife, candlestick, etc.; as many
such
sheets
a
scissors
as
J
and
of paper
guests
are
;
prize.
In the middle
in which
a
round
of
table,and
of paper
numbered
there
as
down
adjoiningthe
room
on
assorted.
are
to be
until all the
doors
into the
look
open
where
carefullyat
the
for three minutes.
At
again closed
and
is
of the
the
to
the
and
numbered
to write from
requested
be
1 to
closed
rooms
and
the end
the doors
one
side from
the
all asked
exhibition
sent
are
guestsshould
the table
everybody is
back
sheets
many
arrived,when
guests have
room
twenty small
As
the left-hand
be thrown
may
one
guests place
it arrange
Keep the doors between
20.
go
a
to receive your
are
you
ailicles,
very much
\si:vi
there
pencils as
is,and
of
to
to
articles
of that time
other
each
sheets
room,
one
of
memory
ceives
re-
paper
a
list
Living
of
the
articles
the
his
seen
her
or
for
table.
minutes
is
true
list
then
a
corrects
person
the
To
prize
a
Ten
each
and
paper.
most
II
this, and
is read
own
remembered
the
on
allowed
time
the
of
things
Catalogue
be
may
who
one
has
given.
VI
Catalogue
Living
the
All
bidden
are
should
guests
this
to
the
should
thoroughly
he
she
or
the
idea
actions
of
the
few
should
prize
for
be
the
suggestions
will
be
found
represented
"
A
plenty
worked
the
book
possible,
out
in the
end
of
to
as
the
who
serves
de-
original costume.
books
in any
of
the
as
carried
taken
person
with
far
to
not
may
be
out
library catalogue
original
and
easily
titles:
Reason,"
Woman's
"
as
At
most
of
place here, although
of
be
may
impersonator.
vote
a
Each
acquainted
that,
they
dressed
come
books.
so
book
the
the
A
of
represents,
of
evening
titles
when
asked,
to
party,
represent
be
be
on
the
belt
Howells"
or
girdle.
by
the
word
"
cause
Be-
4
!
Book
The
12
"Roundabout
by
who
chooses
this
Twice-Told
"
of the
etc., disposed
papers
A
"
by
about
of
Board
and
sewed
Tale
of
fastening
front, and
the
the
costume.
over
Dickens
York
cans,
ments
advertisefrom
cut
"
many
the
at
like
back
"
a
easily arranged
is
newspaper
at
being
be
old
weed,
dress.
the
paper
costume.
Arthur"
S.
T.
should
over
New
a
general effect
for
""by
Cities,"
Two
Boston
a
Sea
Wanted
all
the
shells, sea-
Housekeeping,"
of
player
strings
by wearing
all
chestnuts
the
by
sented
repre-
by the
worn
papers
Hawthorne"
Tales,"
Up
"Tired
of
be
may
title.
large French
Cast
"
Thackeray"
Papers,"
deep necklace
a
Games
of
the
in the
same
way,
"
sandwich-man
in
neck,
ready
work.
"
The
Charge
gas-bills sewed
of
the
thickly
Light
all
Brigade,"
the
over
by
Tennyson"
dress.
VII
Animate
Materials
which
Required
be two
may
back-curtain
When
which
lamps
of dark
come
:
reflectors j curtain;
guests
is to
be
prepared
to
game
ImpromP'ifoot-lightSy
with
cloth.
inviting your
this
to
Art
given,
pose
the
to
party
aslc each
as
a
at
son
per-
figure
in
Animate
well-known
some
bringshis
hostess
some
or
her
or
stage-manager. There
have
if yOu
two
done
is to have
a
at
should
be
The
be
guests may
i?i:I
folding-doors
most
or
be
then
can
important thing
to be
reflector-lamps,
tiie sides.
the front
dark
A
cloth
background
a
as
curtain,and
ranged
ar-
curtain
about
four
ment
improve-
an
and elaboration is a third curtain of black
nettingor
the
audience
adds to me
which, if stretched between
gauze,
and
the
tableaux, softens
and
effect of the latter.
followingare
The
few
a
suggestionsfor
:
subjects
"When
I was
a
Bachelor," from
Mother
Goose;
a
picturerepresentingthe lines
"
"
I
was
The
forced to bring my
wheelbarrow
broke
wife home
!
!
guest,of
good stronglight,
lamps,
foot-light
hung
feet behind
Each
the curtain
The
failingthis,two
or,
)
will be littleto arrange
rooms
with.
away
the
with
between, for
portieres
or
much
so
costume.
own
of
one
two
represent a picture
containingseveral figures.
course,
ure
familyinvited
same
better,for then they can
the
13
picture. If there
the
from
more
Art
"
in
1
wheelbarrow,
'
Spring,"as she
"
of
Booh
The
14
is
Games
depictedin the patent-medicine
advertisements,rosy and smiHng, and talcinga dose
of
spring medicine.
with
Fragment," angular,seated figure,
Aztec
"An
costume
lotus-flower with
a
Egyptian
or
pointedforward,the other holding
hand
pictures;one
Aztec
copied from
and attitude
stem
like
corkscrew.
a
VIII
Silhouettes
As
Required:
Materials
silhouette -paper (dull black
the other)
on
as
there
on
side
one
players;
are
sheets
many
a
of
white
and
lamp
with
reflector;a pencil; four thumb-tacks; one pair
board
of scissors ; as many large sheets of white cardthere are players ; fiftybeans in an
velope
enas
for each player; a bottle of mucilage.
Sheets of the dull-black paper, called silhouette-paper
and
one
apiecefor
and
a
of the
few
over
partywho
pencilis
studio some
chosen
each
in
in the
needed
(which see),are
Game
1
mentioned
for this game,
member
case
of
of
placewhere
the
accident.
is quick and
and
artist,
Zoological
party,
One
clever with his
he
there is a
selects for
a
largestretch
Silhouettes
of wall.
been
one
,
!"
.
15
stronglamp with a reflectorhaving
all other lights
are
provided,
put out, and
to have their
by one the playerscome
A
silhouettes cut.
A sheet of the
white side out, is
thumb-tack
pinned
at each
arrangedthat
a
wall and from
to the
six inches to
clear black shadow
The
artist then draws
of the
is
so
lamp
foot from
a
When
cut his
or
the profile
as
rapidly
her
an
it
quietas possible.
they may
and
an
be
and
this
1'
pastedto
ward
After-
room.
adjoining
of art is
apiecebeing provided for
be
can
if the auctioneer is a
made
very
amusing
11
good one.
VERSION
ANOTHER
I
exhibition of
auction sale of these works
held, fiftybeans
money,
an
-a
own.
all are finished
arrangedin
r
party cuts these profiles
sheets of white cardboard
them
1
it will
or each perout, along the pencilled
outlines,
son
may
1
\
the white paper.
on
is cast,the sitter keeping as
one
a
seated parallel
with the
person
a
wall with
The
corner.
cast
Another
silhouette-paper,
OF
THE
SAME
GAME
h
This game
in
a
has been
playedquiteas
somewhat
different way.
factorily
satis-
The
I
T}3e Booh
i6
are the
materials required
except there
should be
:
as
same
for the first,
needed,and
beans
no
are
Games
of
there
*
slipsof paper as there are players;
pairs of scissors ; half as many pencilsas
thumb-tacks
as
there are players; twice as many
there are
lamps ; two
players; two or more
prizesfor lady and gentleman.
As
many
several
As
the
filledwith
guestsarrive there
of paper, one
slips
are
two
for the
gentlemen
Every slip
and the other for the ladies.
is numbered, and
ladies'numbers
draws
everyone
a
there
in the
a
are
of
duplicates
bowl
gentlemen's
sheet of silhouette-paper,
cuts
described,
it out, pastesit,black side out,on
white cardboard,and
the
ceives
re-
pencil,
each then draws
the other's silhouette as before
/
a
the
; thus
partner. Each person
four thumb-tacks; and
and
bowls
a
sheet of
pairsof silhouette^
are
then exhibited. A committee,chosen from
the
decides which pairof portraits
is
players,
best,and the lady and gentleman who
the
made
them
each win
a
prize.
r
0
n
\
host
the
to
The
each
on
names
the
twisted
another's
the
to
correct
off, and
checked
are
paper
paper.
the
aloud,
read
given
is
prize
ed
hand-
redistributes
who
person
then
is
key
leader,
or
each
giving
them,
the
minutes
twenty
In
finished, signed, and
be
should
papers
a
list.
"twisted"
the
Games
of
Booh
The
i8
who
person
has
un-
animals.
most
X
FAIR
INDUSTRIAL
Required
Materials
as
there
players
are
Rug-maker^
needle
and
a
knife
^
piece of
scissors
and
kid
thread
;
with
kid
box
Tailor
of
piece
y
Inventor,
Gardener,
and
needle^
pencil
and
paper
of
needle^
pencil
;
maker
Shoe-
;
beads^
piece
and
sors
scis-
thready
of clothe scissors,
paper
colored
trimming
colore
same
j
Dressmaktr^
;
thready
of colored
Glove-maker^
s
and
chamois^
^
thread
;
hat
or
Jeweller
thread
J
doll's
Millinery
;
of clay
needle^
cotton^
or
paper
piece of wood
^
silk
of
piece
lump
Potter
;
and
cards
square^
Boat-builder^
;
i
and
pencil
inches
six
blank
many
Architect^
;
canvas
worsteds
As
:
and
needle^
undressed
and
sors
scis-
needle,
;
Printer,
and
scape
Landsmall
'rr*i
Industrial
stamping
Fair
Builder^
printing outfit;
or
19
box
of
blocks.
This
involves
game
but
preparation,
her
in the
the hostess will receive
in the amusement
return
trouble
some
guests. The
plan
which
is to
she will afford
trade to
assigna
each person, with materials with which
to make
some
article appropriate
to such trade.
may
be written
each ; these the
beforehand, with
playersdraw
each
his
playerreceives
or
Seated
about
playerswork
hour
an
a
table
or
to the
is not
too
round
the
articlesare
and
them
exhibition
committee, chosen
decides upon
is awarded
of
"
the
from
maker
trade:
Required,"and
to one's
mind.
is
of this
arranged.
The
it.
are
others
a
prize
number
A
given
will
trades
A
itors,
exhib-
the
and
article,
of
the
room
all collected
among
the best
suggestionsfor
Materials
occur
to
of
earnest.
giventime"
a
time the manufactured
an
i
hostess,
At the end
long.
I
preparedfor
beginsin
at their trades for
on
bowl, one
a
the materials
her trade and the game
Cards
trade
a
from
apiece;then, presentingthem
full
a
are
under
ri
readily
given
and it is very amusing to
indiscriminately,
see
1
i
j
1
!
n
Book
The
20
ming
hat
a
lady
a
making
or
trim-
dress,while
tidy or
a
boat-builder
as
Games
gentleman awkwardly
unfortunate
an
of
with
whittles
customed
unac-
fingers.
XI
SOAP-BUBBLES
Required
Materials
as
there
accident
It is
each
should
few
of soap
be
of soap
such
a
case
of
of soap
on
small table in
pipes
may
of
case
simple
j
that
"
are
tied with
match
ribbons
a
exhaustion.
all the
If you
A
huge
convenient
and
to find their
a
bowl
with the
very soapy
ribbons
There
players,and
floats,"should
a
that
game
stop here,for soap-
breakage.
water, made
kind
a
water
to find
game
clay pipes for
and
and
in
over
intellectual effort.
mental
cure
in
over
clay pipes
many
several
y
requireany
will
As
event.
lookingfor
bubbles
and
relief sometimes
a
does not
s
bowl
a
;
prizesfor
are
players
are
:
be
placed
place.
the
The
players
partners,who
Soap-Bubhles
strive
for
for the
together
the
bubbles
most
If it is
beautiful
a
long
two
it is
the
time.
party
The
blow, and
bubble
i
can
the
wins.
side
On
of
a
the
over
in this way
side
which
bubbles
to blow
into their
divided
into
dip
At
their
blows
tennis-court
bubbles
the
largest
the two
sides
the
their
tennis-net
it.
The
territory.
bubbles
In-doors
stretched
a
a
across
room
the
on
floating
points for the
ladies
bubbles
own
vent
pre-
coming
stand
gentlemen
opponents'
divides
from
fifteen
counts
nal
sig-
a
pipes and
Every bubble
played by dividing
ribbon
out-
for
contest.
which
net.
started
and
their
or
party
will float
be
can
all
umpire
opponents'
their sides
be
bubble.
a
play againsteach other, both trying to
their
net
bubbles
soap-bubble
the
given by
pipe, and
for this
arrange
the
pretty sight,and
fascinatingly
a
a
the
coloring in
light wind
sides for
tluit goes
longest,for
of
dip
one
possibleto
of-doors
a
one
lasts
given
are
bubble
the
that
from
for the most
with
prizes,which
largest bubble,
highest,for the
ai
make
the
close to the
over
and
from
vent
pre-
coming
this game
with
middle,
may
a
as
cord
the
court.
'Si
i
Games
of
Booh
The
22
XII
Letters
Geographical
Required
Materials
'ji'ers
This
From
the
leader
letters
calls
a
geographical
letter takes
twice.
counts
most
the
the
receives
anagram
game
many
the
around
noun
is
the
letter
one
player
one
first
with
that
each
who
on
who
may
empty
a
with
filled
beginning
No
ple
peo-
be
given
player
has
the
prize.
a
THE
This
bowl
letters, and
his
throws
noun
letter.
When
as
bowl
a
and
up,
by
comfortably
table.
table, face
the
played
seated
be
dining-room
anagram
be
can
game
can
as
of
prize.
a
;
box
A
:
PROGRESSIVE
iiay
be
VERSION
elaborated
by making
progressive.
Required
Materials
letters
j
as
many
:
cards
Two
boxes
and
of
gram
ana-
programme-
it
Letters
Geographical
pencils
there
as
players
are
of different colored
players
;
the
For
of
benefit
have
or
there
as
\-
m
yards
many
ribbon
fr
are
VI
booby prize.
a
those
played progressiveeuchre
games,
half as
;
narrow
first prize and
a
23
who
have
forgotten how
p-ii
progressive
other
or
never
play them,
to
is given :
followingdescription
the
number
The
divisible
guests invited should
of
four,
by
just enough
the
play
to
there
that
so
be
may
and
game
be
none
over.
Divide
list of
your
guests by four and
the
of small tables
essary
nec-
will be the number
answer
these
ready. Arrange
have
to
about
1'.; r
room
your
and
e"uests
there
suppose
"
six tables
v/ill be
one
"
twenty-four
are
the
Head
1
iable, the
the
next
Second,
the
next
Fourth, Fifth,Sixth and last. Provide
blank
cards
of them
through
"
there
as
No.
1
"
ribbon, with
a
through the
other
color
way
with
for
for the
small
bows
the
pair,two
cards
head
of
for
four
table,and
one
pencil attached
pencils,and
many
guests,number
are
of these
two
as
Third,
ribbons
tie
color
to
of
each ;
of another
proceed
in the
all the
other
""!
'
same
tables.
I
m
the
in
put them
takes
then
match
ribbons
two
boxes
of
bowl
all
When
the
game,
begins.
When
the
finished
have
the
the
at
players
winning
The
bell
is
other
players
Table, and
the
winners
tables
go
of
change
takes
place, and
the
end
lost
may
games
of
an
toward
one
each
game
in
a
rings
a
or
won
hour
decide, the
receives
or
half
person
a
the
as
an
who
prize, and
too.
stay
to
go
Head
Table.
of
mark
may
hour,
as
won
one
the
other
At
partners
their
case
the
stop
all the
at
has
the
Table
ones
players
table
and
rung
change
a
head
Head
the
tables
the
described,
must
the
at
the
at
tables
Sixth
one
into
table
hostess
again
defeated
up
each
on
players
the
they
Take
divide
previously
as
are,
where
of the
card, and
a
and
the
ready
are
and
bell
part
half
partners.
letters
one
bowl
dish.
other
or
take
to find their
anagram
parts, putting
six
other
the
each
gentlemen
the
cards)
ladies
the
as
another
From
put
table, and
every
which,
one.
been
has
(into which
for
bowl, from
a
arrive, each
i
provided
colors
two
of
each
of
cards, one
these
of
half
take
Now
Games
of
Booh
The
H
be.
cards
At
the hostess
the
who
most
has
of Games
Booh
The
fl6
n
EXCELSIOR
si
ii
PRICELESS
I
NO.
VOL.1.
ai
C
EDITORIAL
a
NAME
OUR
^
is dedicated
journal, which
and
the
this
For
true.
initial number
the
morning
this
present
We
ii
selected
have
we
our
brave
politics,the
sound
to
reason
of
as
a
after
a
\
for
name
famous
a
Reilly.
The
journey
to
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the
on
hallowed
world
by
life of
daily
fair
beautiful
and
the
liberal
present
taken
at
a
more
OUR
HIGH-WATER
The
-
certain
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attention
set
While
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journal
was
world
to
forth
generation.
the
by
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of
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contemporaries
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to all men,
treatment
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New
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starting
of
months
this thrice-blessed
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idea
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Cambridge,
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of
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short
few
a
in
home
air of
memories
the
over,
mission
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rarefied
but
made,
ancient
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breathing
editor
our
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in
written
poem
comb
ago,
gentle fledgling "Excelsior,"
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CIRCUL/ITfON
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readers
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27
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methods
bound.
single
presently
inspection
we
of
the
the
meantime
claim
the
the
certainly
States;
sound
the
nation.
financial
We
public.
largest
silver
are
is not
of
in
our
for
open
the
death
in the
in
by
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Jumbo's
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money,
will
circulation
dollar
stand
paper
Since
a
judgment
soundness
books
our
at
ing
adher-
by
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the
tariff, and
the
attest
suspicious
a
justly
may
nor
to
In
platform.
been
with
McKinley
wealth
great
fifty-four-story building
a
Row
Newspaper
of
sense
the
Cleveland,
Grc"ver
and
accord
in
good
practical
and
has
popularity
Our
principles
to
and
notoriety
to
United
with
it"
us,
wheel.
Ferris
WEATHER
REPORT
f
Fair
to
stormy
with
showery,
mild
rains
of
June,
York;
the
ern
East-
blizzard
coming
slightly
due
to
New
along
gales
probable
A
;
changing
south
High
and
light
warm,
in
weather.
October
between
with
winds
weather.
fair
coast, with
arrive
northeasterly winds,
southerly
Fair,
east.
;.
;
from
cooler
will
west,
north-
and
clear.
U
ANSWERS
To
best
A.
TO
Tough
circles
for
is
It
:
a
1
CORRESPONDENTS
not
to
gent
considered
etiquette
his
werr
hat
in
a
in
the
lady's
parlor.
To
S.
Tistics
:
If
a
had
man
walked
through
all the
"1:
grounds
he
would
and
have
buildings
traversed
at
more
the
Columbian
than
four
Exposition
billion
miles.
To
Ante
Penny
in
aces
Poker
:
good
form
OF
THE
LITERATURE
S.,
P.
says
Club,
unlike
will
nature
reader.
idiots
other
book
It ?s a
who
is
and
the
$1.50
pay
Game
can
the
gent
intelli-
book
as
and
like
the
for
well
as
all
cash.
PAGE
HOUSEHOLD
USEFUL
a
alike,
OWN
WOMAN'S
Life,"
"
:
of
by
young,
in
its
household
more
green-eyed
iant
brill-
things.
no
many
well
likewise
lines
three
of
book
a
Smith's
Mr.
I
That
for
and
will
THE
tlian
more
SMITH
readily appreciated
be
gray-haired
old, the
ber.
num-
DAY
following
up
gemlets
these
lose
to
any
have
to
its author,
Cherries."
and
Ice-cream,
afford
the
chiefly made
is
"
by
by P. Smith,
others
"
in
instance,
for
as,
P.
eclipses itself, also
style here
reader,
of
perusal of"
the
worthy
"
Cherries
and
Ice-cream
"
BY
BOOK
NEW
A
played
Iiand.
one
any
be
can
considered
It is not
four
of Games
Book
The
28
RECIPES
^
To
Dear
my
There
we
knew
homes
Shut-ins
are
so
:
carelessly throw
what
be.
For
some
could
from
last
our
contrasting
be
made
the
shade
ends,
dear
trash-basket
how
instance,
with
'"^
and
them
with
tastefully gilded, lined
over
the
in
do
to
would
odds
many
some
sisters, that
that
much
if
prettier
could
sardine-cans
pretty colored
.r's
bonnet,
and
tied
round
the
only
we
with
a
half-open
our
be
silk
left
bow
of
cover,
receptacle of hair-pins, playing-cards,
Newspaper
toothpicks,
covered
a
foot-rest.
in
a
thousand
add
Save
ribbon
tastefully tied
five-o'clock
take
old
an
it
use
have
are
to wait
how
tell you
my
another
two
With
better
Why
not
it up,
and
?
before
silk
high
wish
every
for
COSEY
tering day
he
Grange
in
slender
turned
again
very
was
which
weary
of
to
his
side with
soul
these
his
thought!,
work
with
desk
far
were
his
had
work
craved.
words
!
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He
"
:
not
called
George,
the
curls
was
weary,
world.
with
met
his
He
the favor
ofllce-boy
Game
as-
ning
Run-
away.
dark-brown
sigh.
a
cold,t
one
the cold, cold, unappreciative
his
"
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fingers through
artist, and
an
his
;
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CORNER
sitting at his
was
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his
'
your
STORY
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hats
Ann.
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Mr.
and
1 can
catch-alls, and
as
l
OUR
give
is limited
weeks
""a
faithfully yours,
I am,
success,
time
gridirons
and
I could
husband's
your
the
trifles.
such
more
many
burnish
sisters, that
the
useful
very
legs, what
spoon-holder
ideas, but
for
trash-baskets,
as
the
a
cover
wired
carefully
peas,
for
dear
useful
more
shall
we
table
doubt,
no
many
held
once
this self-same
on
1 have
you
that
can
the
improvise?
one
useful
are
for
of fine linen
cover
hide
to
as
could
neatly
comfort
our
they
;
tomato-cans
exquisite
so
tea-table
to
soap-box
a
of
an
starch-box,
add
greatly
tomato-cans
made
legs
old
an
Take
then, with
;
Or
your
ways.
four
together
like.
carpet, would
with
as
and
the
or
39
Club
to
his
m
li
meets
u
m
at
house,
my
the
dining-room
I
prefer death
ill,and
is
baby
pressing
dollar
a
home,"
going
to
fallen, the
and,
disappeared.
he
continued.)
be
(To
ceiling has
hand,
his
into
Games
of
Booh
The
30
ADVERTISEMENTS
Wanted
girl to do
A
"
machine;
must
understand
chamois;
must
be
Will
need
"
Naval
Wanted"
be
between
by
someone
ship
die
to
if
the
required
en
route
will
how
grub, and
be
buried
swim.
to
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spread
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to
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viously
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to
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as
smooth
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following
a
land, and
to
letter, from
necessary
pay,
Bring
good
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Mangy
Bald
for
metropolis, speaks volumes
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I
coat
marble-topped
cure,
if
all !
come
to
bly
proba-
RENOVATOR
beautiful furry
as
also
no
The
a
Hair
for
expect
will
Good
you
must
"
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this
#
not
It is not
news.
Navy
vouched
They
one,
after
States
need
sea.
the
TOTHERL/fND'S
IVarranted
at
Come
"
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but
sight of
of
out
writers
type-
office.
Applicants
hundred,
a
them,
go
and
friends
your
United
bad.
whooping-cough."
to
No
Q., Excelsior
The
and
one
knows
"
to
be
know
of
trousers.
"
them
wants
ages
who
subject
"
recruits.
and
recruits
wants
P. D.
and
own
of fibre
use
asked.
questions
no
Address,
apply.
and
boys' knees
on
and
$5.00 per day
pay
sleeves
new
expert
bring her
Must
sewing.
no
a
on
skins
pn-
wasbstaud.
Heads
pay
distinguished
:
citizen
of
Mother
Sequels to
X. Y.
Rhymes
31
ESQ.,
TOTHERLAND,
Totberland's
Proprietorof
Goose's
Renovator.
Dog
Being afflicted with a scarcityof hair at an
induced
to try your
by an
early age I was
preparation
in Excelsior.
advertisement
After using
only eighteen
Dear
Str
bottles
:
I find
attachment,
from
with
on
much
so
friends.
my
bottle of your
a
him
and
to
liberty
is
use
great
a
also been
quite successful
hairless
he
After
dog.
compound
valuable
thickly that
so
Bernard
remarks
to cause
I have
has been
terror
hirsute
my
of tion
admira-
in
improvement
as
large Mexican
my
half
marked
a
so
the
mistaken
burglars.
to
applying
hair grew
for a Saint
You
are
at
^
m-1
this letter.
Faithfullyyours,
I. M.
Situation
Cm
Wanted
*
"
by
a
Bauld.
*
young
to
man
tend
hens.
lli
whistle.
XIV
Sequels
Goose's
Mother
to
Required
Materials
:
As
many
of foolscap paper as there
Gooseys
Nursery Rhymes y
sheets
Mother
Rhymes
i-i
pencils and
are
players ;
prize.
a
1, ,\
Is
rhyming game
given
take
to
be
as
below.
many
Before
sheets
guests; at
the
of
top
your
each
as
in it
"
go
guests
paper
of
"
arrive
there
sheet
are
write
i.
"
i
"
"
;
-
A
with plentyof
"
'
lii
;t
the last stanza of
one
"
in his thumb
put
And
pulledout
And
said, What
plum,
a
'
good boy
a
penciland
a
at the
top
a
of
papers
sequelto
rived
ar-
with
a
given to each, and they
are
told that th*^ pointof the game
are
Mother
guestshave
of the
one
1.*"
am
copy
the
When
to refer to.
Goose
on
For
will doubtless need
You
a
He
different
rhyme, a
example :
nursery
each paper.
on
verse
a
Games
of
Book
The
32
the nursery
his paper, the time
rhyme
is to write
will find
each
allowed being half
an
hour.
this is done
When
and
the
the best
on
Here
verses
rhyme
is an
be
given by
from
among
A
a
prize for
committee
the
players.
example :
SEQUEL
"'
aloud.
ed
collect-
are
papers
read
may
awards, chosen
the
TO
"
LITTLE
JACK
HORNER
"
Jack, littlesinner,
After that dinner
Eaten
Was
And
alone, on
the sly
"
ill of remorse
dycpepsia,of
course.
Did he take soda-mint"
y
i
sk.
or
justdie?"
The
34
rhymes
the
up
example
For
And
to
wear
Game
weekday
Noun"
is your
day
Sun-
all the
are
same
and
seek
schemes
is
then"
to
our
their cash
Club
I
example
out
slipped
And
night and
both
Where
a
a
*
vegetable"
"
of papery
Required
as
as
there
inches
many
are
Plato,
potato"
common
Where
I at ?
am
NUMBER
players;
named
bat,'
sat, saying,
three
I at ?
am
poet, philosopher, sage,
on
great
:
Question"
on
Materials
day and
"
Potato.
Was
ah,
"
coat
my
foil their
to
rub
the
illustrious
An
paper
coat
house
besiege my
chance
Second
He
aloud.
see,
there's
"
Where
Question"
and
coat
fierce
only
To
read
me,
tailors
The
Club.
Sunday
to
and
collected
are
?
coat
Since
Games
of
:
Game
Noun"
*'
Book
'"
TWO
:
by half
Twice
an
pencils
and
players
;
as
inch^
as
sheets
two
slips
many
there
are
of foolscap
bowls
or
card-
trays.
When
one
1
the
receives
players are
two
seated
slips of
paper
in
a
and
circle each
a
pencil
on
to write
is asked
and
the
then
otlier
player puts
verb.
a
Upon
a
He
more
*
his
scab
'
for
a
poem
to write
a
toughened cheek
from
the
hit upon
he'll do
of paper
on
apiece,
one
motor-man
his
are
every
with
can.
h
Jersey's shores
fly,
another's
chores
eye."
THREE
NUMBER
player,and
of
Sheets
Fly.
Until he minds
Sheets
/ery
and the verb which
noun
brick-bat,rock, and
a
was
Thus
No
a
:
hit upon
With
"
every
trolley-carlast week
timid
A
bowl.
is asked
Trolley-car. Verb"
Was
are
other
and
passed
each
each
Example
"
one
the
then dealt out,
are
rhyme containingthe
Noun"
into
are
slipfrom
a
players,and
he drew.
trays
or
111' !
foolscap paper
the
and
and
noun
circi. ; into
the bowls
Again
playertakes
to
wis
Two
noun
35
slipa
one
the
around
passed
on
verb.
a
Games
Rhyming
Three
for each
provided,one
one
is written
the last word
a
subject
of each
line.
f-'l
The
36
making
skeleton
a
ready-made,
with
poem,
this
in
Games
of
Booh
way
rhymes
:
TENNIS
TO
ODE
AN
the
play
slay
court
fought
say
....
day
racket
jacket
fifteen
For
and
writes,
are
minutes
at the
end
and
collected
thinks
everyone
of
the
time
that
the
read.
verses
papers
For
:
O,
His
watch
The
"
sylph-like
victims
of
scene
He
ain't
He
plays
The
Causes
the
on
them
chases
He
"
the
no
many
good,"
still
his
wife
battle
I hear
shy.
court,
fought.
you
day
from
worse
to
to
the
a
play,
Percy
ground
around
is that
reason
TENNIS
TO
ODE
AN
many
a
dust
his
say
to
racket
jacket.
and
;
day.'*
ample
ex-
Fan-ball
37
iS
XVI
Fan-ball
Materials
stiffs
of
red
sheet
one
of blue
fans
;
quite
paper
^
prize.
a
of
balls,one
Two
required,
are
and
palm-leaf
Two
Required:
sheet
c.e
red
each
intersecting pieces
of
and
paper
paper
of
one
made
being
of
blue,
flat
three
:
i^M
1';
;
id
rs
No.
No.
I.
Having
inches
diameter,
in the
those
straight
three
cut
in
circles
1, 2, and
No.
in
1
your
long middle
and
held
No.
1.
by
The
the
in
3
circles
three
and
four
times
the
or
cut
diagram,
lines
slits
No.
the
small
cross-cuts
2, and
slits
in
a
size
to
number
indicated.
it
at
No.
either
3
of
the
the
through
it will be
half
taking
Now,
hand, slide
slit in
3.
according
and
diagram,
as
left
No.
2.
the
caught
side
allow
of
that
\' A
The
38
Book
completingthe
goal is
A
skeleton
the game
chairs
or
is to be
hassocks
placedat
of the
in the centre
have
allarrived two
who
in turn
fan
are
and
a
given
fan
of
a
playedin
goal.
and
chosen,
party
palm-leaf
ball
the blue
each
side,and
is
takes
a
session
pos-
time
the
test,
con-
is
game
:
ball before
the
be
a
playersat
Two
each
this way
from
team
guests
your
red ball and
other, and
player stands
Each
When
sides until the
one
to the
from
one
paper
to
goaland
each
ptainsshould
The
room
chair is also
a
from
room.
choose
equallydivided.
of the
playedby placingtwo
equaldistance
an
end
yard apart;
a
two, thus
ball.
at each
made
where
Games
bisect the other
and
circle to fit over
of
in front of his
him;
at the
goal,his
word
of
mand
com-
umpire, previouslyselected,
tach fans his ball in the direction of his opponent's
goal.
The
chair in the centre
who
then
s
of the room,
firstsends his ball
go
through
and
through this
the
another
afresh.
When
player
the winner,
pair of playersbegin
all have
the
chair and
through his opponent's goal is
and
game
balls must
played,the
the
team
U
I
Foot-ball
Intercollegiate
which
has won
box of
prizea
team.
game
It must
the members
be remembered
in
propelled
only by
i!
a
l-i!
:I
of the
playingthis
that it is not allowable to touch the
it should be
as
or
candy,bouquet of flowers,
somethingdivisibleamong
\
39
times receives
the mo^t
".
ixA
ball,
the breeze from
the fan.
1
XVII
Intercollegiate
Materials
of
a
yard
Required
of
the
Foot-ball
:
Two
eggs ;
medium-blue
narrowest
one-fourth
ribbon
;
ribbon ;
fourth of a yard of narrowest
orange
black
ribbon
narrowest
a
yard
half
of
y one-fourth
white ribbon ; one-eighth
of a yard of narrowest
ribbon ;
of a yard, an inch wide, of medium-blue
inch
bon
wide, of orange ribone-eighthof a yard, an
and
; six small sticks as long as a lead-pencil
thick
abotU
wooden
two
one-fourth as
spools;
;
one
pieceof white chalk.
one
Foot-ball is
always excitingon the field,
from the grandstand,
and in the newspapers.
It is even
a table if playedin a
on
exciting
realisticway" as is possible
if you will follow
these directions : Take
'1;;
I
!" I
"
two
raw
in
eggs and blow
f-1
'
T'Tt
IJ
The
40
by making
them
of
hole
until
the
has
been
forced
tgg
opposite
and
the
and
lacing,
of
eighth
ribbon,
orange
each
yard
of
a
Y
the
the
on
Make
and
winning
labors
you
not
are
matter.
still to
the
Saw
with
stands
posts of the
stands
and
have
over,
be
a
ink
for
the
and
-fourth
made,
in
for
that
P
on
these
the
Your
the
is
in
for
be.
may
but
a
for
prize ready
it
bon.
rib-
white
in
sticks
posts
goalan
easy
halves, paint them
and
you
have
make
four
holes
in the
spool
long.
Sew
posts;
then
size
to fit in the
about
3ix inches
your
an
black
black
ivory-black,
or
take
one
and
however,
spools
two
and
the
whichever
team,
are
black
will
much
medium-blue
small
two
as
they
as
Next
wide,
ribbon, and
eggs,
sections
the
ribbon,
narrow
the
look
white
narrowest
blue
orange.
flags
inch
one
this
Sew
them
of
done
When
ink
foot-balls.
each
yard
a
and
make
real
been
paints.
pen
to
as
so
like
possible
as
with
draw
dry
at
cup
leather-color
nearly
water-color
with
a
paint
remain,
shells, as
the
ratlier
are
shells
perfect
into
has
and
ness
inward-
all the
this
When
end.
end
each
at
one
the
possible
hole
small
a
Games
of
through
blowing
or
Booh
at
the
Book
The
42
the
college,on
is
be
may
given
strung
the
to
an
winning
trophy.
a
;js
which
of
pole
egg-shell foot-ball,
captain
of Games
XVIII
Parodies
Required
Materials
sheets
of paper
In this
A
the
hostess.
to the
players
by
be
by
may
the
all the
of
one
Half
be
Where
Were
In
the
land
the
the
poem
selected
for
title of
is
an
of
the
lodges
only
their
and
The
Dakotas,
of
the
red
habitations,
days of Hiawatha;
the
men
New
be
read
on
poem
lowed
al-
and
verses,
prize for
example
Subject"
write
should
write
a
given
are
all to
hour
and
Here
Hiawatha."
In the
to write
collected
are
compatiy
given.
Poem""
to
prize.
paper
the
an
players
papers
the
subject
a
and
required
and
; also
parodied.
for
then
and
announced
is then
to
Pencils
a
;
well-known
some
on
is
person
pencils
many
players
are
each
game
parody
there
as
As
:
aloud
the
:
Woman.
best
Bouquet
an
Where
tig
Cooking
For
the squaws
the
Lived
a
Clad
and
lie
warriors,
iorgotten,
strange, uncanny
bloomers,
in
Dakota
What
f
Ghoit
nd
died
toiling,
figure
"
bicycle 'tis riding,
a
To
wigwams
dozing warriors,
painted, red-skin
and
Comes
On
in
for the
43
white
J
of
Dost
thou
Gaze
and
tailor-made
ones.
this object
comes
call New
men
Woman.
lovely Minnehaha,
see
this
production ?
new
Minnehaha
wonder,
I
ite
ed
en
iA
on
XIX
im
al-
Bouquet
"
!
nd
Materials
Required
:
Sheets
of
ud
"
light and
and
dark
fourth
as
such
needles
bottle
white,
sheets
many
there
there
as
and
blue,
as
paper
are
of light
players ;
one
;
each
dark
and
players
are
of
two
as
and
No.
70
of mucilage
pairs of
scissors
as
;
white
at
there
and
least
are
y
also
'
slipsof
spool offine wire,
black
one-third
sell
''"
\%
a
sue-paper
tis-
green
many
tissue-paper manufacturers
as
1
i
tis^
;
te-color,red,
of lightyellow, orange,
dark
violet,deep crimson^ purple, light
sue-paper
est
colored
;
cotton
as
No.
j
11.
S
one
many
players^
til
Book
The
44
guests arrive
As the
of paper
which
on
begin,the
written
the flower
than
color is
one
color will be
lightand
each
each
on
the
and
come
the color
a
sheet
to make
or, if
more
sheet of each
a
with one-fourth
green.
of
a
person
"
slip
ready to
are
slip
a
name
needed
needed, half
enough"
dark
receives
one
is written
givesto
hostess
of
tissue-paper
of
each
all have
When
flower.
Games
of
each of
is
Twenty minutes, it
announced, is the time allowed for all to make
one
Each
of the flowers
more
or
person
should have
assignedto
and, if possible,the whole
seated
around
for convenience
and
mucilagemay
the time
a
and
two
natural
The
be used in
common.
of four
a
tables,
When
the whole
ladies
is the most
which
to the maker
bouquet is given by
prize.
Suggestions
for
Flowers
:
Wild
rose,
tulip,sweet-pea,buttercup,chrysanthemum,
nasturtium, bachelor's button,
s
be
scissors,
wire,
players,two
perfectflower,and
of this flower
of
working.
gentlemen, decides
and
should
the hostess collects the flowers
is up
committee
and
way
in
party
several small
table,or
a
and thread,
needle
a
them.
poppy,
violet,daisy,
pansy,
lily,
carnation, gera-
"jlin,v
Mirth
45
dandelion,aster, primrose, marigold, orchid,
nium,
arbutus.
daffodil,
XX
Mirth
Materials
Required
When
have
you
perhapswonder
:
A
playedthis game you
at its name
and may
ten itmirthless merriment.
be
a
prize.
person with
a
will
rechris-
The leader should
contagiouslaugh.
He
is
providedwith an ordinarywhite handkerchief,
which,when the playershave formed a circle
around
him, he throws
signal
everyone
must
into the air.
At
this
as poslaughas heartily
sible
until the handkerchief touches the floor,
when
who
if there is
one
or
more
is stilllaughinghe must
of the
players
drop out
of the
magic circle. The leader will need
as he must catch the playerin the
aleri,
before
or smiling
laughing
hiii^,
from
playerhave
been
he
can
the circle. When
V^ S
to be very
act of
dismiss
lawfully
all but
one
to drop out,the prize
obliged
is givento that person.
m
;i J
Book
The
46
Games
of
XXI
Vice
Required
Materials
gentleman
each
for
inches,
by six
of No.
thimbles
wood,
one
aboui
two
tacks
and
there
as
and
the
buttons
is to
game
The
to
small
lady
for
the
most
the
game
should
one
and
ladies
is
be
for
also
begin
to
two
time
a
a
the
can
this
as
whicli
sew
and
the
the
on
the
ladies
tacks, it will readily
begins, to
game
in
and
on
tacks
driving
as
which
see
drive
disputes
of
sewing
feminine,
given
contest, and
all
impossible
a
why
the
and
prizes
compeiition
a
in
There
one.
of
inches
masculine
person
strive
can
appear
as
really
buttons
which
many
pieces
papers
two
;
person
average
is
six
by
spools
as
j
two
;
two
;
three
six
,
average
gentlemen
most
thick
is about
the
gentlemen
-half feet
one
;
y needles
No.
tack-hammers
gentleman
To
of
are
inches
two
s
gentlemen
are
buttons
of cloth,
pieces
many
paper
;
crockery
Ten
:
as
;
there
as
cotton
so
Versa
lively and
referee
absorbing
appointed,
in
judge
keep
at
ladies'
the
gentlemen,
fore
be-
to
settle
time.
a
time,
as
in
a
yice
yersa
tournament, standingone
table ; before each is a
spoonfulof tacks,and
47
each
on
side of
pieceof board, a
a
hammer.
At
a
given
signaleach beginshammering tacks into
board and continues for five minutes,when
referee counts each
with the number
board.
tacks
Another
drawn
are
and
so
on
drove
theymay
take their turn (the
after each
and
prize,
become
pair has
minutes,when
the greatestnumber
time receives a
the
into the
tillall the ladies have
tacks for five
who
has hammered
pairnow
out
her
and credits her
tacks
lady's
she
a
table-
now,
'! :|lfn
mered
ham-
the
in the
ished),
fin-
one
given
their trialsover,
of the
spectators
gentlemen's
efforts.
A
%
a
pieceof
needle
and
ten
and
cotton
cloth,six by six inches,
pieceof thread,a thimble,
buttons,are given to each gentleman
a
".!"i
"f; !
they are all asked to do the best
they can toward threadingtheir needles and
sewingtheir allowance of buttons on the piece
of cotton.
Fifteen minutes
may be allowed,
and
and
at the end of that time
the
one
who
has
sewed
a
'
prizeis givento
the most
buttons
i;i
on
his pieceof cotton.
i 1
I
I
Booh
The
48
Games
of
XXII
Puzzles
Progressive
Required
Materials
cards^
board
there
and
two
guests
are
ma.
blank
y
inches
one-half
several
;
As
:
pairs
paste*
as
square,
scissors
of
a
j
prize.
of
simplicity
The
it is
and
It is
only
cards
square
is
game
a
The
circle around
'""il^H
a
pair
pieces.
any
been
be held
cuts
or
he
then
one
fourth
shares
should
so
be
ceives
re-
his
player
to
as
in
er
play-
with
make
straightand
other, but they may
after the first cut
togethertillthe
the
be seated
that each
across
pairs
go
in
the pieces
second
cut has
made.
Each
and
The
direction,and
should
third
twice
intersect each
must
; each
room
It is announced
his card
is to cut
small
many
like, and
party should
every
traction,
great at-
it is simple.
guests,several
are
scissors,which
of
neighbors.
four
the
card, and
a
as
prize,if you
a
ready.
as
provide
to
there
as
scissors,and
of
successful
as
necessary
is its
this game
mixes
player now
passes them
to
his
up
his four
pieces
right-hand neighbor.
i*^.
't?:'-
The
50
partyis
or
shape of
In the sheet
be
look
to
eightof
distance
the proper
eyes
cut,of the size
should be
There
eyes.
pair of
a
Games
small holes should
these,each pair at
for
of
then be darkened.
must
screen
and
Book
playersbehind
The
of
at
the
their number
hoks, while
one
a
the
to
playersin
time, to take
inspecteach pair of
they belong. Then
their eyes
''t
screen
eyes,
look
through
front
are
the
screen
the
allowed,
and
whom
guessingto
there is another
shown, when
choose
now
lightedcandle
a
to guess, until all behind
i
wishes
time.
save
four
at
should
varyingheightsfrom the floor. This
if the hostess
be prepared beforehand
to
apart
through,and
set of eyes
have
had
the sides
change places
and the guessers become
the guessed.
For convenience
in recordingthe guesses
made, each of the playersshould have a sheet
of paper and
the
pencil,
paper
arrangedin
way:
FIRST
GROUP
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
.
this
The
ObjectiveLibrary
SECOND
No.
51
GROUP
1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
GROUP
THIRD
No.
1
No. 2
No.
3
No. 4
As the
write the
can
each
playersguess
on
names
according to
a
pairof
line with these
in which
the order
were
examined;
and
may
be corrected
from
at the
a
eyes,
they
bers
num-
the eyes
%
end, the papers
true list kept behind
?!
($
the curtain,and
who
a
prizeawarded
most
recognized
to the person
"'"
11
eyes.
XXIV
V).
.\
ll
The
Materials
sheets ofpaper
This
and
game
Objective
Required:
as
is
there
are
Library
As
pencilsand
many
players
;
a
prize.
simplytaking titlesof
representingthem
books
by arrangements
of
*"
"
\%
Ifti
The
52
various
and
side
hand
of
with
The
game
spread
solve
for
the
The
the
a
for
a
Spy."
"
"
last about
the
players try
as
the
titles
few
needed
A
library
"
should
cil.
pen-
players
problems
most
possible,
suggestions
in the
of
picture
is laid
a
large
a
A
(cut
man
S
for
and
titles,
them
represent
to
Measure.""
a
:
from
any
A.
an
around
pint-measure,
tape-measure.
A
telescope.
and
Rose
the
-A
Ring.""
drawn
rose
through
ring.
"The
"
Nicholas
which
piece,
Race."
Coming
future
some
of
are
the
the
time
a
is
prize.
a
which
is twined
"The
the
"
"Measure
The
of
Man."
on
illustration), on
"
this
receives
objects
Essay
which
table, and
guesses
following
with
"
who
one
all of
left-
player
and
where
In
the
on
papers
when
small
a
Each
paper.
these
arranged
with
repeated
room
the
many
time
given
of
the
upon
as
of
begins
to
be
may
numbered
being
minutes.
twenty
to
each
one
admitted
is
groups
sheets
provided
are
The
numbers
the
card,
of
objects.
table
a
on
Games
Book
is
followed
"Ivanhoe"
A
yacht
horse
or
Nickleby.""
laid
the
by
word
the
(I've
an
about
newspaper-clipping
"
race.
five-cent
A
then
"as";
word
O)."
piece,
to
another
the
right
five-cent
by."
"
A
child, cut
from
an
illus-
The
ObjectiveLibrary
tration, holding up
large O, which
a
53
be
may
pasted
on
the child's hand.
"
Never
twelve
T...O Late
o'clock, with
thimble
of
by
Bittersweet.""
Rudder
A box
a
played.
may
be
Plato."
By
A
is the word
Mark
rudder, followed
game
be
may
I. if
is laid the letter 0.
which
sample packages
picture of
A
beside
toy
Twain.-
a
re
the
in
musical
of teas.
laughing girl with
a
it.
with
car
No," laid
"
this
of
gentleman's sock,
A
"
Carnot."
a
house.
plate,on
a
several
stone
stick
represented:
Gladstone."
small
a
instance,instead of books, famous
For
scale,and
picture of
variations
Socrates.
of cottonwool.
quinine pillswith
of
A
"
long, low
Several
made
of tails,
it.
Grange."
of
one
men
clock, stopped at
glove, needle, thread, and
A number
Tales.""
"
candy lying on
"
torn
a
A
"
lying in front of it.
Lamb's
"
Mend."
to
a
slip of paper,
on
which
top.
on
-By two
straight lines
on
a
piece of
paper.
Another
way
of
playing this
game
is to
'i
representcities :
1.
A
bag
these words
Answer:
on
"
:
which
What
is
a
pinned a piece of
paper
bearing
rn
disrespectfulboy calls his father."
Bagdad.
r
'
;"'
""
i^;'
The
54
A
2.
sweet-pea
"
relatives
On
3.
"
it.
on
Booh
pinned
to
Answer
:
empty
an
burr
A
4.
"
it.
on
to
Answer
6.
it :
"
depart."
To
Where
"
7.
Katherine
"
The
witches."
9.
"
these
of
Part
a
setts
city in Massachu-
this sentence
Answer
to
lowed
be fol-
Moscow.
:
with
was
going
Answer
:
a
on
for
Concord
words
these
on
Glasgow.
when
divorced
he
Havana.
"
paper
:
Not
street," and
"
wanted
in
home
of
The
Jerusalem.
Trilby's foot
sentences
them.
with
paper
Hawthorne's
paper
:
VIII.
French
Answer:
two
between
Answer
sentences
Near
Canton.
:
A
"
on
coiv.
Arragon."
8. These
Russia,"
a
is
Henry
of
Answer
profitable;
glass in which
A
"
Berlin.
growth
by the picture of
slip of
a
"
he found
that
laid
slip with
a
:
vegetable
5. "A
home
pinned
with
Pekin.
it.
upon
Games
slip of paper
a
is
can
lbs." written
2,000
of
on
Answer
a
and
"
slip of
"
An
paper,
exclamation
with
"
;
key laid
a
Tokio.
:
XXV
Initials
Materials
A
list of the
should
way.
Required:
The
be
name
names
Apriz\
of
celebrated
some
prepared
is written
beforehand
at
the
in
left of
sons
perthis
the
Initials
and
paper,
on
the
characterization
of
of
suggestive
line,
same
two
55
or
the
the
to
right,
words
more
it
name
li ^n
a
is written
follows
and
\A
beginning
example
For
Abraham
Robert
Lincoln
Louis
Stevenson
William
Makepeace
Richard
Louis
H.
Thackeray.
Poe
M.
He
Stanley
Alcott
Oliver
Thomas
Charles
Search
its
cut
Glory
?
Schemes
Romancer
Humor
Terribly
Caustic
Deservedly
Cherished
then
Emulating
What
Oh,
Dickens
and
Cruiser
England's
Clever
Holmes
are
Admirers
Many
Who's
Carlyle
name
Made
Really Worth
Reade
lines
Travesties
Many
Wendell
Sell
Conquering
Stuart
The
Animals
Left
Gladstone
Peculiar
Long
Makes
Emerson
Charles
and
Books
Her
Ewart
Tenderness
Scapegrace
Loved
Agassiz
Waldo
Mary
Much
.Wit;
Rare
Columbus
William
Studying
Delayed
Steele
Christopher
Ralph
Spirit
Extravagant
Livingston
M.
Loyal
Loving
Worth
Twain
Louisa
one
Rare
B. Stowe
Mark
H.
Allan
regular order.
Absolutely
Shakespeare
Edgar
in
:
William
David
initials
its
with
across
accompanying
so
as
to
sentence
leave
on
m
""'.'
The
Book
of
When
the
guests
around
the
56
each
slip.
seated
are
reads
at
the
of
slip.
the
the
player
host
the
room,
who
person
end
of
who
the
has
leader
or
aloud,
one
guesses
the
to
receives
the
the
is
prize
a
game
won
and
first
referred
character
the
At
arrived
have
descriptive phrases
the
time, and
a
name
to
short
Games
given
slips.
most
XXVI
Auction
Materials
of
Required
all
wrapped
articles
the
of
tip attractively
tied
and
which
(in
as
there
are
envelope
for
each
player
as
an
there
and
of
the
although
of
amount
it may
and
more
the
logues
cata-
many
called
are
many
by
beans
thirty
;
as
pencils
will
m.ore
way
of
absurd
their
Your
furnish
penny
and
appearance
is here
toys
childish
will
given,
difficult
appear
fully repay
taken.
trouble
the
fun
;
games
first
at
confectionery shop
in
of
merriest
really will
it
prepare,
players
all
toys,
players.
are
One
as
;
cles
arti-
more
cheap
they
fictitious names)
in
or
.'.hapes, mostly
and
sizes
Twenty
:
one
local
plenty
and
these
make
for
to
the
toy
and
of
terial
ma-
candies,
are
as
the
they
The
58
Marble
A
9.
Bust
10.
Reminder
11.
Emblem
of
12.
Lubin's
Tear
13.
Fin
14.
Profanity
1 5.
Several
Pairs
16.
Ode
a
1
A
Pair
18.
A
Perfect
19.
Maid
20.
Modern
7.
of
de
Book
Justice
of
Friend
(onion).
(toy bath-tub).
Natatorium
Educators
tacks).
(clothes-pins).
(china egg).
Hen
(doll's
Blacklegs
\ la Trilb
Orleans
and
(hammer
Nippers
of
(sponge).
(scales).
Extract
Foot,
s-"'"""-l
Impecunious
an
Sitting
of
Go
marble).
(cracked
Si"cle
to
of
(stick
Instrument
of
rubber
boots).
(foot-rule).
"
candy).
molasses
of
(toy banjo).
Torture
XXVII
Commerce
Materials
t$trds
To
fifty
;
play
to
necessary
quick
person
The
for
this
game
have
object
not
and
the
success
with
player
your
or
to
the
should
it
guests
good
a
If you
of
-f'^-izes.
two
is
quite
clever
a
gentleman
some
talking
his
s
of playing-
successfully
amusing.
players
table, each
each
among
auctioneer
amateur
does
beans
packs
Two
Required:
can
capital
deal, and
find
such
is
a
is assured.
game
be
who
seated
of
around
fiftybeans
a
be-
Commerce
fore
him.
then
brought
of
and
in
highest bidder,
has
pack
their
cards
and
prepare
made
the
second
the
will
turn
up
has
must
surrender
the
each
minutes
for
card
end
the
the
one
pack,
for
card
matching
auctioneer's
especially
hand
speculators
buy
grows
often
one
cards
is
't'
them
is
his
in
is
the
to
intervals
the
pack
thin
their
card, which
win
possess
are
in
; then
whole
perhaps
j.;
secure
so
another
pi
three
the
bottom
which
very
of
I
the
among
to
"
\
cards
After
else, and
the
so
player
his
either
or
hand
does
he
as
selling
at
give
the
arrange
interval
an
game,
when
to
begin by
auctioneer.
and
three-minute
the
will
it among
anyone
of
he
card, and
of
the
sale
before
time,
a
object
than
the
of
there
the
As
at
to
the
it to
prize
given,
of
buying
beans
more
at
duplicate
callingof
players.
that
one
a
When
players
table
are
Announcement
pack
name
who
the
business.
auctioneer
time
a
it in beans.
the
on
holds
at
for
sold,
beans
for
calling the
beans
card
pays
all been
playing-cards
auctioneer
the
who
and
by
holding
and
of
packs
Two
pack, selling one
one
the
59
of
a
the
the
prize
very
the
is
.:
1
citing,
ex-
tioneer's
auc-
anxious
store
of
matches
'";:li
The
60
the
next
turned
one
thev
so
up
of
Games
by
the
in
everything
lose
realistic
Book
Wall
Street
and
auctioneer,
in
moment
a
a
way.
XXVIII
Syllables
Stray
Materials
\
sheets
of paper
It is
to
it
T
of
to
shuffle
three
draw
seated
with
three
Each
this
is done,
together,
syllables.
around
a
three
the
belonging
player
make
a
spaces
tries
word
table,
and
syllables,
to
him,
or
to
in turn, and
from
his
of
the
cut
and
The
about
half
an
different
bles,
sylla-
the
out
let
long
a
on
of
a
Ask
game.
words
syllables
all
entertain
following
several
like
would
time
same
the
When
syllable
same
If you
the
leaving
paper,
words.
to
write
between
inch
the
at
prize.
a
;
the
words.
people, play
player
strip of
often
and
pencils
many
players
are
how
and
this
prove
each
as
different
in
party
there
surprising
is used
As
Required:
each
person
should
be
each
player
tries
with
two
party
construct
if it is
of
a
the
word.
impossible
syllables he
must
re-
Babv
turn
two
to
the
pack
ai^ain,when
comes
Show
and
he
6i
wait until his turn
draw
may
two
more
and try again.
syllables
If
a
for the
prize is provided
words,
the most
say
"
twenty minutes, should
in that time
player who
his credit
receives
a
structing
con-
person
allowance
an
of time,
made, and
be
M\
has the most
the
words
to
r
prize.
1^|l:
XXIX
Show
Baby
Requirkd
Materials
sheets
of paper
there
as
Almost
players
everyone
has
pencils
many
blank-books,
small
or
are
As
:
;
a
two
for
and
logues,
cata-
prizes.
tin-type or
graph
photo-
,
"
to which
saying, "That
If you
are
all of your
a
point
was
my
in
prideor humility,
picture as
planning an evening
gueststo bring the
of themselves
for
to
and
you
i
!
baby."
of games,
earliest
will have
as
thoroughly interesting
a
the
well
as
ask
pictures
material
amusing
game.
Each
guest bringshis
or
her
wrapped
picture
m^
The
62
in
and
hands
arranged
or,
if
the
owners
their
a
these
dark
for
all the
who
The
write
be
may
guests are
the
his
her
or
their
voted
and
corrected
one
who
babies
has
and
child
bered,
num-
a
and
the
decided
to tell
and
names
Each
is the
which
all have
their
collected
are
of
names
the
by
to
names
awarded
are
\
were.
or
when
catalogues
originalof
picture,as
to
signed
prizes
guessed
to the
as
the
written
numbers.
and
bi.':y,
and
of
names
the
to guess
or
pencils,
are
picturesare
vote
catalogues,the
and
ures
pict-
are
numbers
no
"
againstthe
prettiestpicture of
guessed
All
these
page
the
asked
their guesses
the
and
appear,
originalsof
also writes
the
provided, with
Only
guests.
left side of
the
hostess
the
case
,"
bring
to
gallery,and catalogues,more
a
elaborate, may
the
In this
room
desired,
is
hangings, against which
less
pictures
adjoining
an
effectivelygrouped.
at
as
games
cally
be artisti-
beforehand
asked
b
may
other
While
exhibition
elaborate
more
be
can
or
in
tables
on
outside,
the
on
pictures may
pictures framed.
provides
at
name
it to the hostess.
being played
are
Games
of
the
with
and
paper,
Book
to
the
the
most
prettiestbaby
the
most
votes
t
"
Palette
for
cast
should
propriate,
or
The
one.
any
packages
be
63
prizes, to
be
rubber
toys,
infant's
of
11'
BB.t
really
^"
rattles,balls,
food.
^^l:
XXX
Palette
Materials
Required
and
palettes
as
large
many
^
easel
an
j
pencils
sheets
inches
eighteen
:
as
J
small
many
there
as
^
tacks
thumb-
four
j
as
there
two
each
slips of paper
many
;
by
twenty-two
players
are
board
paste-
players
are
about
of paper
there
as
As
i
arc
players
j
of blue, red,
easel
An
the
of
into
player
is
to
patches
of
hav
the
semicircle
a
is
or
as
look
outline
an
when
paint
of
in
set
players
around
with
five
the
set
or
draw
the
"
six
palette.
their
ii
each
To
palette
up
a
palette which
in
artist's
been
in
up
it.
paint
"
(to which
previously
'
");:steboard
small
a
s
prizes.
paper
and
\
^
drc^wini' -board
a
decorated
way,
crayons
thumb-tacks)
given
been
or
two
;
holding
place,
chairs
chalks
black
with
prominent
the
and
sheets
large
fastened
has
colored
tional
conven-
is
with
colors
These
posed
supneat
ing
followare, of
i P
The
64
dry,
course,
lists.
as
the
the
whom
No.
is
All
of
n
title of
palettes.
have
to
the
person
drawn
the
of
each
the
in
is
player
a
a
to
old
others
has
tried
to
his
is
drawing
is called
of
; this he
board
before
blue, red, and
guess
what
song
picture, and
write
number
their
taken
now
until
upon
pictures,when
ceives
re-
finds
he
new
the
to
try
or
calling
then
which
chalk
or
and
easel
song,
by
game
upon
opposite
The
the
illustrate upon
to
guesses
another
assigned
paper
companion
their
side
to
him, using crayons
their
palette,while
the
begins
now
s;'p
requested
black.
other, and
the
painted
comes
the
written
as
palette is given.
1, who
a
of
use
numbers,
are
below
one
for
only
are
side
reverse
one
host
The
palettes
the
the
"
Games
of
outline
of
centre
number
the
players,
following
the
the
as
On
as
many
Book
the
on
down
and
all in turn
palettesare
lected
col-
'^i'
by
upon
which
receives
the
a
the
there
prize.
artist whose
greatest number
I
host, and
art
A
the
the
prize
title has
most
also
been
of personSo
of
owner
correct
may
be
the
one
guesses
given
guessed by
to
the
\
half
hour
an
or
The
turpentine
out
mistakes,
furniture
will
be
to
table
large
with
an
it is
committee
most
saucer
costly,it
would
around
precaution, if ordinary
this
need
be
no
accidents
a
awards
decides
of the
worthy
a
is decorated
table, and
the cup
on
care
ture
to furni-
all the china
on
arranged artistically
on
the
unspoilable covering, but
clothing. When
or
where
seated
players
mixing,
paint.
room
a
wash
to
all for
and
beautiful
the
is taken, there
needed
at
in
played
decides.
hostess
to thin the
have
without
even
only
if used
is
is very
well
be
Games
the
or,
If this game
of
longer,as
little is needed
very
a
Book
The
66
and
prizes.
!""
XXXII
Shadow
Required
Materials
curtain
trie
;
Pictures
one
light J
lamp
:
givmg
a
One
large
lights or
strong
according
properties
sheet
to
the
for
a
clec-
pictures
given.
These
picturesare
they require
a
so
little
amusing
more
that
although
preparation
than
Shadow
most
they
games,
trouble.
The
large enough
doors
Pictures
thing
fill the
to
any
double
rooms.
Secure
the
doorway
with
or
there
will
be
performance
wet
evenly
will
make
should
or
the
the
folding-
and
the
be
water, this
and
tinct.
dis-
more
audience
is seated
only light
with
lamp
a
that
so
should
clear
sharper
the
before
Just
and
two
of
frame
sheet
the
sheet,
between
creases.
where
be
a
between
to
sponge
darkened,
should
room
a
room
is
tacks, stretching it
shadows
the
be
sheet
begins
with
additional
provide
to
space
folds
no
the
doorway
small
the
The
worth
are
first
67
in either
strong, steady
a
l\ P 1
i
flame;
would
be
houses
easy
to
back
arranged
of
of
centre
have
incandescent
an
j
^1
light
sheet-screen.
the
about
sheet, the
the
electricity it
lighted by
light being placed
The
the
in
or
six
feet
behind
should
performers
if!
play
their
near
to
the
presented
is
farthest
latter
The
it.
only
parts between
toward
managed,
of
in
the
head
the
it
can
sheet
without
must
shadow.
curtain
as
the
curtain,
the
effective
from
practicable
as
side
it and
should
easily
as
be
ing
touch-
alway:
the
The
as
"
be
profile
shoulder
most
make
fully
care-
an
p-
:""""*'
I 1*.
68
The Booh
of Games
ders
pearance like a lump on the breast or shoulof the performer.The facial expressions
in shadow
hardlya
very limited there is
cept
portionof the face ex-
are
movable
"
jaw but false noses may be
made of pasteboard,
splitting
open the back
to
the
real nose
to
allow
edge sufficiently
the lower
r
"
be inserted.
for emotional expression
opportunities
shadow
must depend
pictures
beingso limited,
for success on a rapidsuccession of thrilling
and absurd situations,
all so exaggerated
as to
be unmistakable in their meaning. Two persons
conversation should be carein apparent
ful
for
to speakone at a time,each waiting
the other to finishhis pantomimebefore replying
The
f (
tO
it. Every actionshould be done deliberately
and
i
without huriy. All
distinctly,
i
Fl.ouldbe
properties
under the exclusive control
of the
on
i;'
age-manager and should be laid
floor
the
or on
a tablein the order in which
theywillbe
may
needed. These
be cut from
ifsmall,
propertie
",,
while the costumes
pa^ieboard,
.
be nsibnei
of any old material
can
trimmed
with
and
i^.p^r. For example:
!;
i\J'^^''
m
Shadow
A
pantomiine
the
words
the
as
Whittier's
scenes.
burlesqued
when
sliadow
for
suggestion
Maud
large hat, and
hay-rake
shoes
and
give
rakes
looking
branch
absurd
an
in
and
slouch
hat
gropes
in the
Judge
The
a
on
hay, producing
a
she
gives him
is
seen
the
Judge's wife,
before
the
curtain
a
"
of
tattered
gown,
the
sings
(a lively
perched
door)
and
he
rides
a
on
echoes
"
and
knickerbockers,
bottle
richest
actress's
She
"
bird
and
in
cut
and
hobby-horse,
draught, and
which
action
feet).
of the
in cape,
in
prances
now
side
without
over
mock
"
funny
newspaper
of bare
the
the
from
comes
his tree."
is
drawn
pasteboard
from
cut
in
seen
suggestion
pantomime,
fowl
which
from
and
is very
verses
(the hay
stuffed
gloves
the
first
is
"
Muller
way,
in
aloud, clearly,behind
read
Maud
this
in
69
pictures is to act poems
are
"
beii?g omitted.
strips,and
Pictures
Maud
tin cup,
from
away.
Next
who
dower,"
passes
".
furbelows.
"
A
with
wedded
And
many
a
five
or
at
six
the
pulled frpm
one
dolls
have
opposite
of
been
:
poor,
her
door."
doorway
the
(and
on
strung) is suddenly
side, and
the
dolls
dance
be
taken
merrily.
Another
from
"'
Bab
very
"Gentle
Ballads."
funny
Alice
set
Brown,"
of
pictures may
one
)
many
i
and
played round
side
and
expression
by the lines
unlearned
man
children
string secured
which
haughty
is followed
This
She
a
of
W.
S.
Gilbert's
The
70
Book
of
Games
xxxni
Silhouettes
Materials
candle
Disguise
in
or
old
;
bonnets
hats,
sheet;
large
One
Required:
lamp
a
false
masks,
,
and
whiskers,
noses,
This
game
First,
a
be
may
should
sheet
other
any
make-ups
in
played
two
fastened
be
or
to
tumes.
cos-
ways.
the
wall
is
quite
Im
at
end
ore
smooth
players
his
face
I m':
the
the
lighted candle,
a
behind
feet
!uw
a
be
the
on
the
of
with
which
about
placed
rcrt
of
one
stool
table,
A
should
and
him,
on
sheet.
it
this
near
himself
seats
toward
that
so
room
unwrinkled;
and
the
is
of
five
lights in
1
the
extinguished.
room
disguise
and
themselves
make-ups
seated
player
and
features
witli
and
the
figures
player
shadows
whose
unlike
on
the
their
stool
belong,
shadow
and
he
a
other
ihe
and
provided
players
vario'v^s
now
costumes
tween
the
candle, disturdng
their
';s
tries
i"s
possible, hopping,
their
to make
ufaal
b
pars
much
as
limping, etc., so
quite
Tl;
selves.
to
if he
guess
The
to
is correct
recognizes
shadows
takes
solitary
whom
the
his
the
player
place.
Would
mjat
One
only
guess
and
the gues:er
to the
second
between
two
or
and
room
see
the
Half
other
one
the
'"^
to whom
ing test
each
the back
by
actors
themselves
go
in
disguises
; they then
and
n
The
sheet, where
the
iheir silnouettes
throw
makes
belongs.
with this game
guesses
An
amus
is to have
1
actor
side of the
guess
be
dress
shadow
in connectu
as
seated snould
it,and the audience
each
chosen
are
light.
time, before
strong lighiwill
sharply on
as
a
hung
spectators. The
as
and
the different costumes
pose,
is
sheet
lightedfrom
lightedroom
at
either
passes.
players
electric
or
shadow,
his head
The
:
half
the other
strong lamp
each
turn
who
the spectatorsare
quitedark,
in the
for
71
separatedby folding-doors
rooms
the
where
not
is this
way
arch.
an
actors
a
must
if-
do
is allowed
left to
rightor
The
You
whose
in
tun
sheet
put
aikl
out
a
hand
if the
see
from
audience
the
.
can
^1
it is.
XXXJV
What
Materials
sheets
.
would
Required
offoolscap paper
do
you
:
as
As
there
if-
many
are
pencils and
player ik-
;"*"
Predicaments
of
description
These
are
then
paper,
one
at
written
All
papers.
of
out
the
given
them
them,
and
example
and
register, what
/inswer
i
l
the
the
me
me
time).
then
to
infant.
of
was
what
and
is
paper
aloud.
For
why
wonder
play with
it, that
I
glad of
;
she
cuss
always
some
hated
excuse
crying
was
a
more,
to
that
and
cussed
stay home.
about
collar-button
upon
and
which
I was
Game
Then
what
had
baby
less
number-
omnivorous
that
say
to
causing
let the
the
by that
ashes,
speaking
for
thereby
always
remark
all
(cussing
in the
wife
?"
say
you
ashes
button,
already swallowed
an
Finally, find
my
the
the
cellar, dump
collar-button
upbraid
to
and
coals
adjusting
down
would
down
run
the
of
meeting
a
what
and
the
Also
Then
she
find
it.
collar-buttons
for
second,
the
over
and
1 was
;
things
lose
my
cuss
to
return
as
do
yoL
First,
fire, rake
have
best
collar-button
only
your
would
"
:
Failing
just
read
dicaments
pre-
the
done,
ahother's
be
the
the
of
is
this
dressing
lost
furnace
would
each
of
one
ideas
their
U)
were
you
Club
Game
below
when
person
foolscap
:
Suppose
"
write
collected,
each
to
pencil
and
to
to
are
papers
a
asked
are
given
ways
with
of
sheet, and
each
of
perate
des-
beforehand.
out
sheets
on
top
and
trying
most
thouQ,ht
are
provided
is
person
the
the
Games
of
Book
7a
ask
I
glad
Club
and
my
wife
had
done.
mii'ptulously
i]
/
Sr,
77;^ "ooA
74
Grtw^s
o/
viouslyappointed,decides
of
worthy
in
appropriate
acquirea
This
prize.
a
a
Club
Song
is
game
where
club
the song
upon
to be
especially
object
the
is to
subsequent
at
sung
most
meetings.
XXXVI
Who
Materials
paper
Required
there
as
I?
am
guests
are
As
"
;
slip
many
first prize
a
of
booby
a
;
prize.
'1
character
A
and
in
S
comparatively new,
costuming
and
for
it.
the
!
party, which
hostess
with
little or
the
she is meant
or
is
friends
of
his
; from
or
her
from
these
is often
of well-known
the
each
character.
differ very
character
to the
as
gained
The
work
no
in preparing
the guests
each
written
a
of the character
only knowledge
persons
they
comments
of
must
As
widely,the
a
without
given
of
name
to be.
playershave
amusing
arrival of
to the back
slipof paper tellingthe
he
be
can
After the
pins
is most
guess
the
sent
repre-
their
the
name
pressed
opinions ex-
guessingof
difficultmatter.
The
one's
names
mu*
actors,authors, politicians,
"i
Location
characters
sicians,
be
may
in fiction,
or
to
as
character,
local celebrities
If desired, a
given.
awarded
75
the
player who
well
as
a
prize may
first guesses
be
his
the last.
booby prizefor
Ml
XXXVII
Location
Materials
in which the
A game
shine
Required
from
comes
the
and
players,
until the
prize.
geographical
geniuswill
Boston, and
captainsare
Two
A
:
chosen
these in turn
party
is
tion.
is called Loca-
choose
facingeach other. Chance
For
venience
con.
partiesin
his
Before
decides which
oppositeopponent
he has finished
must
i '^ he has answered
town,
i
\
\
two
h
captainshall beginthe game ; this he does by
of a cityor town, and then
callingthe name
countingten.
s
among
their sides
equallydivided.
it is well to seat the
rows,
from
^
t
counting
locate the
cityor
he
correctly
in turn
:l
calls the
in the
name
of
a
oppositerow
counted.
place,and the second player
must
But should any
locate it before ten is
playerfail to
answer
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The
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before
she
or
is
ten
Book
counted,
drop
must
the
prize
and
or
is
there
when
either
deserves
"
incorrectly,he
answer
out, and
player left, on
one
Games
of
that
side,
only
gets
one
it.
XXXVIII
FASHION
Required
Materials
there
cards
as
sheets
of paper
boxes
of
of the
(rough)
paints^
prizes^ if
For
as
sheets
this
for
example,
cards
a
"
of
"
colored
;
two
j
as
many
glasses of
two
;
in
or^
place
crayons
Magazine,"
"
two
s
de
Revue
la
The
Ladies'
beforehand,
Bazar,"
Ladies'
"The
Godey's
Journal,"
Mode,"
Mode,"
"
Ladies'
"
Le
Bon
Demorest's
Journal,"
Style,"
Pictorial,"etc.
each
on
"
Home
la
Young
Delineator,"
"
written
publication
Harper's
de
"L'Art
are
fashion
"The
Fashions,"
Queen,"
boxes
of
name
Magazine,"
"The
playets
half
;
of blotting-paper
two
game
the
Ton,"
players
are
and
pencils
many
paints
are
blank
many
as
desired.
with
"
as
there
as
there
Half
y
water-color
common
two
;
:
players
are
paint-brushes
water
Notes
"The
;
#
"f;
Fashion
the
When
each
the
be
half
It will
readily
be
many
cards
as
half
all the
and
from,
the
two
just
will
drawing
given
sheets
of
need
to
each
of
the
in another
also
then
bowl,
to
draw
for
bowl
title
a
a
whose
those
are
Twenty
then
each
and
ready
half
glasses
ners
part-
and
and
model
a
minutes
gentleman
partner's
gown
many
of
water
will
m
of
do
I
(pieces
best)
are
of
are
i
it is then
and
as
use
paper
paper
water-
boxes
or
children
as
draw
is to
for
have
two
rough
players,
lady
his
in
blotting-paper;
other
or
wearing.
publications.
gentlemen
to
Pencils
well.
plate, taking
this, and
cards
boxes)
such
crayons
as
the
and
game.
players,
as
colored
that
the
must
guests,
of
; and
until
there
are
titles
halves
paints (two
brushes
there
the
from
that
put together, read
hostess
color
and
other
to draw
cards, when
The
for
through
nothing
mean
of
halves
printed,
or
in halves
seen
as
many
down,
the
ladies
for
as
first
side
printed
cards
will
therefore
Put
the
77
written
are
they
that
titles,so
joined.
names
card, cut
a
on
Notes
announced
color
the
are
fashion-
a
she
gown
allowed
writes
a
according
is
for
tion
descripto
the
f
w
Penny for Your
A
of
the connection
drawn
once
the
more
the lowest
folds
the
it draws
of
fillall
the
make
head,
body, or
a
I
back
the
legs in
drawing
the crudest
is
gestion
sug-
pair of legs will
a
requirements. Men, animals,birds,and
fishes may
and
a
of
".\:
has
paper
pair of
knowledge
A
space.
who
right,when
a
expected of any player,as
not
'I
player
passes it to his
receives
79
parts of the fish,
The
then
body
and
player who
three
drawn.
fowl
flesh, or
the
Thoughts
contribute
absurd
head, body,
combinations
this game
a
legs,
obtained
thus
funny
wt^y
and
one.
XL
A
Penny
Materials
there
colored
are
Your
for
Required
players
;
ribbony about
as
:
Thoughts
As
pieces of
many
half
pennies
many
yard
a
lon^,
"fV
as
narrow
as
y
there
"
are
and
players ; as many
programme-pencils
sheets
as
of paper
there
are
or
Kf:'
cards
m
players
a
s
prize.
Having provided and
number
pieceof ribbon.
of
bored
pennies,tie
Then
holes in the
through
quired
re-
each
a
to every sheet of paper
m
80
card
or
write
a
small
left-hand
the
on
of
kept
the
course,
on
reference
A
Book
attach
omitting,
be
The
a
separate
of
Games
and
programme-pencil,
side
following list,
the
answers,
which
should
the
leader's
for
list
:
An
weapon
What
our
Name
of
a
Name
of
an
Name
of
a
forefathers
fought
arrow
Liberty
for
rl
A
an
Feather
America
Sea
ocean
One
messenger
,
.
.
method
,
of
ll
*
A
Ayes
a
act
and
Tea
vegetable
punishment
A
term
An
Part
a
(bow)
United
honor
ancient
of
(T)
Stripes
marriage
of
,
nose)
Shield
protection
A
Wreath
hill
Brow
^if
I
An
occupation
Writings
One
of
from
the
noes
,
Ear
Beau
of
(ont cent)
Milling
the
(eyes
^
gallant
An
if
of
and
"
beverage
Part
sent
^.
votmg
(
A
(C)
Temple
(
.
A
(hair)
Hare
worship
of
lips)
(two
Date
term
for
Name
animal
love
we
Place
Tulip
fruit
rowing
What
A
flower
absent
first families
Letters
Indian
state
"^
Alliterative
Literature
8i
!l
"
the
When
guests arrive,
receives
everyone
i i
of
one
of
the
unfinished
these
beribboned
found
be
can
and
pennies,
all the
that
fists,together with
on
things
every
the
hostess
written
and
penny,
nounces
an-
the
on
"
one
the
.^i\
list
object
''tm
"
is
them,
find
to
rather
or
their
equivalent
t
L
"
and
terms,
limit,
this
or
quarters
if
have
finished
not
Every
and
collected,
Half
be
may
when
half
with
finished
and
three-
is, if many
is up.
writer's
the
gives
is the
to
hour
the
the
hour
an
that
redistribution
a
with
lengthened
the
is marked
all have
line
a
it is necessary;
paper
when
on
written.
things already
time
them
write
name,
papers
everyone
are
one
some-
1
else's
paper,
aloud, while
The
will
and
the
all check
winner,
having
perhaps
like
a
true
off
answers
the
learned
correct
the
value
bank
child's
are
for
guesses.
of
a
read
a
cent,
prize.
XLI
t
".
Alliterative
Materials
sheets
The
of paper
Literature
Required
as
there
:
are
party being seated
As
in
pencils
many
players
a
;
a
and
prize.
circle,each
per-
I
i
The
82
is
son
to write
requested
with
"
used
when
players, from
for the
example
Anne
ambled
Anne
W
!
avaricious,
1
ambled
"
Ay
amount,
!
acquisition
Aunt
"
an
After
Anne's
At
A.
African
an
tracted
at-
attends
always
actually armless
?
"
aiding African, Aunt
An
agreeable, albeit
acquiring Asiatic
adding adroitly," An
anted
Anne
Arriving
away.
"
noon
after-
assisting at artisticallyarranging
Aunt
Alas
1
alleyward.
Armenian
amazing
Aunty
"
"
andirons,
"Antiques."
amputated
an
alms.
artlessly, Art
advanced
antiques, advised
at an
For
autumn
Avenue
airily along
asking
asked
answered,
again
An
articles.
approached,
attention,
African
given
poem.
or
alluring advertisement,
an
adversity and
Anne
be
antiques and
adored
all antediluvian
Aunt
Aunt
some
or
prize may
a
lected
col-
are
host
longest story
Anne
Aunt
admired
alley appeared
As
the
At
:
Amiable
and
and
best
all papers
by
party, and
of the
member
aloud
the
hour.
an
"
allowed
time
to half
time
the
"
brilliancyof
average
agreed
letter,say
and
an,"
; the
minutes
read
and
a,"
is
word
every
same
"
necessary
ten
of the
end
"
the
and
paper
poem,
or
with
to the
being according
the
story
that
a," except
and
pencil
a
a
Games
of
begin
must
be
may
with
provided
of which
Booh
aged
at
amazing
apartment.
acquaintance
atomizer
ment
actual abateand
amount
Aunty,
ing
admir-
(antiquarian
au-
W
Sight
Unseen
83
;4
announced
thority)
altogether abominable."
and
adulteration
"Atomizer
absolutely,
asserts
"
Alas
an
Aunt
I
4nne.
XLII
Sight
REQUIRED
mATiZRiALS
there
ladies
are
of paper
Unseen
there
as
half
y
cards
many
lady and
prizes for
j
as
sheets
and
pencils
many
players
are
As
:
as
gentleman.
each
To
a
bearing
card
for
to
He
gentleman,
this
each
which
is
follows:
as
lady having
best, the
of
decided
other
one
lady,
then
plan
Each
his
ner
part-
pencil.
a
the
of
.M
distributes
and
paper
the
announces
a
host
The
sheet
a
arrives, is given
of
name
game.
pair
then
the
he
as
game,
and
gentleman
which
of
the
two
goes
to
the
host, who
^
i
draws
f
gives
him
her
or
an
which
show
chairs
in
to
he
the
which
the
object;
or
she
partner
common
on
may
draws.
who
partners
sit
are
or
common,
un-
no
count
ac-
\
H
The
arranged
.
\
as
tete-^-tete
side, but
persons
chairs
facing
who
hold
in
are
made,
opposite
the
that
is,side by
directions.
objects
then
The
describe
\\
"';t
Book
The
84
to their
them
Games
of
who draw,
partners,
these
from
descriptions,
picturesof the objectsas
as
In
a
they can.
given time,
which
have
arranged in
committee
been
is awarded
or
made
of them
upon
ladies and
drawing
it represents. When
all
ings
articlesand the draw-
combination
of two
decides which
his
twenty minutes,
say
have finished. The
must
rately
accu-
is most
this is
to the successful
a
are
then
table,and
a
gentlemen
object
decided, a prize
two
like the
also
artist,
one
to
her partner.
XLIII
Household
Fragrance
Materials
Required
bottles,
: Fourteen
quart
size, each labelled with a number
from i to 14; one
each of coffee tea, kerosene, vinegar
tablespoonful
y
^
Extract, molasses, olive-oil,
turpentine^ Ponifs
Jamaica ginger, lager-beer,Listerine, ammonia,
sheets of paper
paregoric, and vanilla ; as many
and pencilsas there are players ; a firstprize j a
boobyprize.
Fourteen
quart-size
around
V
the four
wine -bottles
sides of
a
are
ranged
ar-
in
table,
a
ityl
Household
Fragrance
hollow square ; in each
of
household
some
more
them
the
and
as follows
explained,
the bottles in turn
is in each, and
with which
also may
to
as
objectof
and
then
each person
be
save
When
guess what
numbered
"d.
smell
liquid
The
14, and
1 to
is
the paper
on
is p
are
paper
the game
write the gu
""'.
such
Every playeris to
:
labelled from
are
so
precedingpage.
ready,pencil and
players are
given to
or
tablespoonful
ing
any liquidhav-
a
listof fourteen
a
"
the
is given ^n
liquids
the
remedy,
less odor
or
is put
85
tles
bot-
the papers
the left-hand side
on
trouble for the guessers.
it will be found
easy matter
no
to
recognize
(
t
the
familiar smells
in
or
so
many
the
twenty minutes
she has the most
correct
are
is of
hostess.
unfortunate
this test and
found
course
the guesses with
the
sented
pre-
A
a
by
a
a
'
whose
of smell
guesses
are
be
I
prize.The
correct list in the hands
sense
that
comparison of
booby prize may
whose
up,
guesses may
and reallydeserves
congratulated,
winner
are
quick succession,and the playerwho
finds,when
he
when
console
of
the
is not up to
widest of the
"t
mark.
""
"
'.W
n
!l
^^
1
4
Blockade
where
flagsis then hung
is allowed
hour
an
the
his
her
or
another's
all to guess
allotted
time
and
list,
hostess
The
then
all check
and
papers
very
mark
the
pretty prize for
painted card
the
and
flag,
silk American
of
signs
player
reads
from
is the American
1
off the
winner
be
correct
accordingly. A
for the
flagsmay
are
Jack, No. 3 is the
Irish flag,etc.,while
guesses
each
giving each
is the Union
2
tries
coun-
the papers
list previouslyprepared, No.
flag,No.
the
-ii!
the
redistribution
paper.
it,and half
see
to.
to the
name
collected,a
a
of
end
the
At
all can
for
flagsbelong
"7
is
a
dainty
booby prizethe
given.
XLV
Blockade
n
Required
Materials
articles
children's
"
balls, dumb-bells,
rubber
clothes-pins, Halma
flat-irons;
Half
say
two
:
or
laneous
sixty miscel-
or
toys, blocks, engines,
strangely shaped potatoes,
chess-men, bean-bags, and
large,flat
the number
Fifty
baskets
;
of very much
are
heaped
thirty,
in
a
a
prize.
assorted
cles,
arti-
large basket
5' n
at
-\.-"\*-'-''--.\
%
.
Mi
88
The
M.
':^articlesacross
A^ket.
the
The
the other.
the
of the line ar,'
end
parties
?
with
a
chair at
each side is
captainof
large
sides until the
each side of the room,
on
one
pileof
in another
room
equallydivided,when
one
basket at
with another
captainschoose
Two
playersare
line up,
Games
of
of the room,
^ue
ne
Book
usually
stationed next to the basket.
At
a
signal the captain takes
the basket,passes it to the
from
him, and
as
fast
articles
the
passeddown
are
taken
from
the line. The
chair must
to
come
side
At
pilethe
a
playernext
it as fast as
droppingone,
tray heaped with rosebuds
of the
V\V
The
to the
and
the
they
the
partywhere this was playedthe captain
and then
winning side received a prize,
and the flowers
1,11
passedback
articleson
him, without
and
first is the winner.
finishing
of the
a
again.
the basket
rule is that if anything
is dropped it shall be
leader and started
playernext
after another,
one
possible,
as
article
an
were
was
divided among
winning side.
brought in
the players
Domestic
Architecture
XL
89
VI
IH
Domestic
Required
Materials
bonnets,
guests
and
old
trimmings
y
and
the
gayer
of pins
This
a
s
better
and
firstprize
(feminine) and
sheets
of gayly
hat
bonnet
two
or
of
bonnets,
and
persons.
as
as
many
gentlemen guests,with trimmings
have
must
she
hostess, or
each
ask
may
may
be
Tlie
hats
there
are
^Ivi
for the same,
beforehand
provided
been
j
booby prize.
amusing
number
any
the
ored
col-
a
;
hats
of
flowers,
or
y
and
gentlemen
are
number
same
each
for
two
is very
game
played by
for
there
as
the
hats
many
ribbons, feathers,
"
tissue-paper,
papers
As
:
preferred,
ones
bonnets
older
Architecture
by
lady
to
(
the
bring
i
one.
On
table the
one
arranged
and
gentleman
the
Fifteen
trimming
and
now
another
selects
of
untrimmed
the
hat
a
on
pass
the
his
own
before
minutes
hats, and
"
a
is the
then
creation."
committee
hats is
trimmings.
Each
bonnet
or
collection,also trimmings
pins.
puts
on
pile
and
time
each
row
of
allowed
for
a
gentleman
All form
of the
from
in line
ladies,who
,'
'
"
li
t'
90
The
decide which
hat deserves the first prize. For
the
Book
least successful
of
a
Games
be
booby prize may
given.
XLVII
Blind
Materials
chalk
Required
gathereda
are
have
one
of the
black-board
Ask
each
is hung;
players
if you
or
much
so
easel,
an
to walk
The
ask
other
him
to draw
a
playersmust
all
and critically
at each pig as
carefully
it is
taken
a
pig.
to who
as
person receives
This is
prizein
a
the
playerin turn
drawn, for after all have
J*
where
room
pieceof chalk,and
pictureof
look
first
a
black-board,then blindfold him, give
up to the
a
white
black-board;
A
that will stand like
the better.
him
:
large handkerchief;
boobyprize.
a
the end
At
a
eraser;
an
J-
prize ;
Artists
a
the
lemon
the worst
drew
a
finished
the best
a
vote
is
pig,and that
prize.
to givea funny
good opportunity
shape of a pig; and a pig made of
might be givento
drawing.
the
one
who
made
y\
v^.^
1,
M
'a-:"^
Buying Forfeits
91
-or
be
XL VIII
Buying
Forfeits
'^^1:
Materials
paper and
As
Required
forfeits
many
slipsof paper.
a
sealed
When
the
Each
players
the leader tells them
to be
are
players
be written beforehand
of these
the outside.
on
all seated in
that he
on
slipsis enclosed
envelope,numbered
are
slips of
many
players.
are
there
as
should
in this game
in
there
envelopesas
As
:
semicircle
a
!"
is about
to hold
"
auction of
an
which
holds
collection of
a
something costly. These
will be
with their contents
lopes
enve-
sold
'
of
each
envelopes,
t
to the
'ti
highestbidders, and
(every player is supposed
money
hundred
more
dollars
than
be broken
The
for in
paid
but
capital),
no
imaginary
to
one
Moreover, the seals
one.
until allthe
then
auction
envelopeshave
does
beginsand
until the last envelope has
"
have
a
can
buy
must
not
been sold.
not
gone," when
end
the
i
disappointmentand dismay on
buyers as they discover
what
to, is
sightto
amount
1
the faces of the
a
funny
their
see.
purchases
The
re-
of
deeming
the
numbers
for
these
the
follows
the
envelopes.
penalties
Forfeits
of
of
order
Suggestions
found
be
will
end
the
at
in the
forfeits
on
"
Games
of
fiooA
7ib^
92
in
"Some
book.
the
XLIX
Boy's
A
Required
Materials
knickerbockers
sheets
i
f
boy
1
and
"
and
usual
in
them
down
in
'V
of
the
their
the
a
names
his
of
judgment,
and
^
age,
contain
pockets
of
miscellaneous
with
twenty
be
and
The
place.
requested
to
prize
a
knickerbockers
supplied
are
paper,
j
plain, ordinary
a
convenient
been
hofs
usually
knickerbocker
supply
the
of
pencils
many
"
that
normal
having
sheets
boy
sure
j)air
articles
players
a
borrow
articles, you
bestow
as
;
are
about
made
having
their
catch
first
American
there
as
One
:
twetity
to
pockets
boy*s
a
of paper
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fifteen
;
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found
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pencils
each
articles
most
found
in
and
write
to
likely,
a
boy's
pockets.
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are
having
produced,
been
the
done
pockets
the
knickerbockers
emptied,
and
the
i
PreferencePictures
Personal
checked
articles found
lists may
read
also be
varying
of
ideas
guessingthe
off
show
The
guessers.
articles wins the
most
93
the lists. The
on
separatelyto
the
m
the
person
prize.
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Personal
Preference
Materials
chalk
as
j' a
there
Required
cloth
a
eraser
guests
are
This game
the
As
white
j
slips of paper
many
with which
one
guestsarrive each
paper, folded
long slipof
black-board
prize.
a
;
as
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good
is a
evening.
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or
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:
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so
begin
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receives
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writing
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that of
guest,with
a
having
not
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person
seen
arrived and
is
the
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host
and
objectconnected
some
receives it.
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by anyone
are
seated in
brought in
room
of
name
(or
then
and
this may
set up
be done
one
playerseach
must
all have
board
a blacksemicircle,
stations himself
beginn'ngat
asks the
a
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relat-
This
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else.
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the
with
or
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hobby, or dislike,
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of the
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Zoological
clocks
there
is
time
for
hunt.
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and
the
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has
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peanuts
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are
given
of
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a
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by
the
each
players
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game
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napkin
Japanese
low, wherever
or
to
peanut
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this game
for
comes
open
has
for
room
a
bag
bric-a-brac, high
and
95
who
the
as
found.
LII
Game
Zoological
Materials
Required
cardboard
papcry
the
other
of
this
quantity
twenty-five
over
and
a
A
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be
scissors
;
sheet
sheet
of white
of
on
at
will
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paper
cardboard
white
for
each
is
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six
;
lead
a
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paper
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and
wholesale
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bought
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a
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and
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board
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five
of the
by
to each
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piece of
paper
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room.
piece
five inches, and
player.
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written
a
of silhouette-paper,
pencil
the white
the
name
are
side of
of
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some
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96
Book
animal and the number
on
them
out.
done
are
and
he thinks
of the
side,as there
dealt out, and
write down
each
numbers
each
are
oppositeits number
each
is meant
sheet of animals
playerwho
may
be
numbers
playersare
player must
to
cording
ac-
made
playerwho
sheets of paper, with
many
board,
card-
the white
on
side out, and
to the number
one
the hostess collects the
pastes them
black
the
assigned
allowed,twenty minutes.
Time
all
When
animals
down
ers
player.The play-
the white sides of their paper, and cut
them
As
of the
of the animals
pictures
then draw
it.
of Games
guess
what
then
and
animal
represent. The
given as
a
prize to
number.
guesses the largest
Lill
Conundrums
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twelve slipsof
Required
: Ten
or
by nine inches^upon which conundrums
written; as many
pencils as there are players.
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B'M
paper
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)!
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are
three
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leader
providesten
paper, at the bottom
conundrums, one
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or
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each slip. The
slipsare
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r.
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person, in
sheev,then
the
When
the
turns
all the conundrums
correct
answers
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written
announced.
write
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a
the
person.
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answers
read
slipsare
taining
con-
conceal
the next
slipto
present have
to
as
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of the
portion of the paper
passes the
all
writes
at the head
back, so
answer
and
writing,
of
turn, who
to the conundrum
answer
97
and
the
If preferred,
each
conundrum
at the bottom
of the leader
doing so.
LIV
Compositions
Materials
sheets
of paper
Each
paper, at the
a
there
is
are
within
a
have
a
papers
This
be
be
of
written
a
composition
of time.
given to all,or
separate subject. When
may
sheet
school-boyfashion,
prescribedlimit
subjectmay
a
has been
composition.
same
prize.
a
with
provided
top of which
pencils and
many
players s
be written after the
must
and
as
person
subjectfor
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collected and
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each may
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98
of Games
LV
Quotations
Broken
Materials
Required
quotations
there
as
and
strip of paper
of pins
paper
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the
prepared
the
furniture, and
arrive.
of
the
among
the
the
next
who
has
the
before
this
in
of
paper
secured
of
he
The
have
the
of
around
been
greatest
the
starts
Each
way.
a
quotation
the
game
goes
taken,
number
next, until
with
on
when
guests
purpose
that, is required
it,and
ing
start-
having
the
come
slips
Then
quotations
has
explained
for
curtains, cushions,
on
paper
beginning
way.
a
;
already mentioned,
as
picture-frames
piece
a
on
pieces
more
hostess
the
whole.
same
The
find
having
many
written
excellent
games.
of
is
is to
or
proved
everyone
game
player
the
of
When
the
and,
has
quotations
slips
two
as
prize.
a
evening
in
cut
following
an
pins
;
each
players,
are
again
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:
room
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;
find
has
another
until
the
receives
a
in
all the
person
prize.
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Photograph
IVhist
99
LVI
i IVI
.
WHIST
PHOTOGRAPH
Materials
graphs;
Required
A
box
of photo-
prize.
a
In almost
family there
every
is
a
collection
"
of
photographs, from
ones,
datingback
latest
one
be
new
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game.
divided
into
is chosen
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faded
the
collection
lookingfor
and
him
to
to
table
umpire,
given
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be
seated
player
one
half
to deal
of
the
around
faces down.
a
signalfrom
photographs,and
picturetakes
there is
a
the
givesthe
The
dealer all turn up their
the
the
who
one
trick.
great deal
the winner
on.
each
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and
photographs are
once,
companies,
two
dealer
and
possible,the players should
largetables.
around
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baby.
to the hostess
treasure
a
yellow
grandmother'sday, to
to
of the newest
will prove
a
the
of
As
may
amusing
is decided
upon
final decision,and
player who
has the
has
won
be
plainest
imagined,
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the game
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won.
old
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good
print of
prize
A
maiden
lady
for
successful
the
is said
it
when
famous
some
beauty
makes
player
in
delightfully clever, though
match.
and
Gumes
of
table, each
other
has
he
a
of
Book
played
was
invariably
amusement
her
at
the
took
plain,
this game,
invented
have
to
this
her
house
trick, much
tograph
photo
her
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LVll
Celebrities
Materials
"white
as
50
sheets
many
u
Required
cardboard,
players
a
;
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:
noted
pencils
and
of paper
of
of
sheets
lart^e
pictures
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people;
there
as
are
prize.
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knows
everyone
being
unable
to
noted
person
whose
This
idea
The
game.
fifty to seventy
women
to
from
old
call
is the
to
mind
picture
basis
the
is
of
hostess, having
pictures
and
new
of
of
sensation
the
of
name
perfectly
a
most
ful
success-
collected
celebrated
nlagazines
iar.
famil-
men
and
from
and
mag-
a
'
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azinc
huge
upon
of cardboard, substitutinii:
numbers
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their
names.
room
where
when
all have
down
the
under
the
left side
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off his
player
who
;
received
having
numbers
those
person
can
greatestnumber
attach
miliar
of fa-
utes.
given time, twenty-fivemin-
own
has
have
begins.
game
which
see
correct
checks
and
entertained
corresponding with
to the
faces in the
be
to
for
in the
hung
are
paper,
the
portraits,
rightnames
are
arrived
sheets of
objectis to
The
cards
the guests
pencilsand
the
lOI
advertisements, pastes them
sheets
and
Peanuts
listis then
read
successful
guesses, and
to his credit
most
aloud, each
the
receives
a
prize.
LVIII
Peanuts
Planting
Materials
s
The
two
Required
bowls
hostess
J
large
a
rugs
bowl
party is
having
of
Two
quarts
of peanuts
prize.
appointstwo
sides until the
two
a
:
leaders who
divided
been
choose
equally,when,
spread
near
gether,
to-
peanuts is placed in the
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is to
le
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playerreceives
with
a
)eanuts
103
sheet of
a
quotationwritten
the table.
seats around
foolscappaper
it,and
on
all take
It is announced
that
rug,
le
the
1 a
objectof the game
sort
leaders
intre of
gin the
)ng the
is to make
the quotationat
illustrating
The
paper.
children
advertisement
pastedupon
be
landscapedrawn
time
are
allowed
to be
sure
An
of
one's
men,
women,
and
for the
advertisements
in with
is half
an
pen
too,
and
sometimes
of
the
prizeshould
and
ink.
hour,and
exhibition
a
cessories
ac-
the
The
the results
most
genious.
in-
illustrations
be
given for
the best.
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of
umber
of
bowls
Ma.i
and
figures,
funny and
follow,and
may
used
picture
a
top
the sheets of paper ; while the
can
iven to
be
to
are
the
ill
111
rlU
;
LX
le of ink
Swaps
mber
of
pict-
s;
Materials
paper
as
there
Required
are
:
As
slips of
many
guests.
irvellous
New
These
the
The
cen-
laterials.
to
for
England is responsible
this game.
her guests,
asks each
hostess,in inviting
bring the
one
particular
thing he
or
i!
she
I'i
The
104
wants
to
Each
the
brings
numbers
many
duplicated),
there
is held
which
this
pinned
its
been
kind,
neatly
of
set
to
as
and
these
the
age,
pack-
until
owner
bers
num-
(half
players
are
or
received.
beforehand
is
by
has
was
duplicate
a
number
a
of
provided
as
it
since
ever
tied, and,
been
having
that
example,
article
one
and
wrapped
impossible wedding
for
spirit
Games
of
the
;
present,
trial to
a
rid of
get
Christmas
Book
further
notice.
all the
When
had
their
them
upon
seated
be
the
two
No.
"
2
all have
to
laughter
the
each
trial
At
ranged
grape,
celluloid
a
dead
No.
from
and
and
and
finds
only
a
that
to
gain
cloissone
cr^pe
has
paper,
a
so
change
ex-
then
is
given
groans
his
till
on,
own
and
ticular
par-
one,
perhaps.
discarded
articles
plaque
marvels
and
signal
lost
worse
a
the
game
included
mosquito.
he
calls
to
1
and
amid
asks
then
done,
the
have
hostess
No.
3,"
Then
packages,
recent
a
"
is
and
and
having
swapped."
unwrap
the
circle
a
This
called,
is
*'
in
persons
packages.
"
arrived
attached,
numbers
all to
have
guests
in
very
to
a
Concord
hand-painted
lively cat,
and
Nicknames
Cities
of
105
LXl
Nicknames
Required:
Materials
sheets
Cities
of
of paper
As
there
as
players
are
pencils
many
;
prize
a
i'
and
if
desired.
knows
Everyone
nicknames
;
Philadelphia,
etc.
Living
Catalogue
The
the
and
a
in
in
es
Church-
Love,
like
played
is founded
sending
of
book
any
game
(p. 11)
hostess,
of
have
Brotherly
found
be
cities
City
of
City
information,
general
fact.
the
list will
long
A
certain
Brooklyn,
As
:
that
this
on
invitations
her
i
asks
the
guests
of
nicknames
the
the
When
cities
and
which
to
he
the
has
may
receive
have
paper,
should
complete
who
represent
to
cities.
supposes
There
represent.
something
wear
guests
pencil
what
to
largest
these
number
arrived
all
and
is asked
the
different
be
a
to
ceives
re-
write
persons
limited
lists,and
of
each
the
correct
time
in
person
guesses
j|i
a
prize.
1
The
06
Book
Games
of
LXIi
Biography
m
Materials
sheets
Required
of paper
Each
there
as
take
players
hand
for
neighbor
of
account
an
and
the
"
Fifteen
has
be
may
is
ancestry,
is
the
for
willing
gentleman
at
and
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not
the
a
early
very
made
speak
name
age.
teeth, and
without
early
was
to
of
mutton
the
his
Lamb
was
*s
person
when
course.
the
a
the
time
prize
if
the
ship.
author-
:
when
born
He
for
he
entered
with
because
high.
this
BIOGRAPHY
this
quite
was
world
little money
acquaintance
father
writes
one
production,
follows
A
This
and
best
left
birthplace, youth,
acknowledge
to
example
An
each
collected, and
are
the
his
better, of
allowed,
the
paper,
With
in
the
papers
given
winner
subject,
absurd
minutes
elapsed
circle.
happenings
more
prize.
a
;
pencil and
a
a
the
subsequent
life
in
seats
and
pencils
many
players
are
received
having
As
:
a
of
of
year
his
or
family
in
his
mother,
more.
young
barefoot
pocket.
but
He
prejudices,
did
chose
and
cause
be-
fl
Talking Shop.
Before
could
eye
shut
He
his
and
and
tied
known
be
to
false
his fifth
as
birthday,
five tunes
in
with
one
his feet
were
his back.
soon
as
before
love
first
His
here
had
behind
in
teeth.
and
course,
he
talk
first boots
his
on
and
of
old
years
hands
his
was
teens
Mary,
six
was
speak English and
put
ripe,
fls and
he
and
107
he
was
girl's name
originated the
famous
of
out
was
poem
about
had
Mary
And
There
is much
in
with
red
the
Smith,
name
everywhere
Her
said
little Lamb
a
(Her last
dark
Lamb
he
more
to
the
of
Mary
would
not
said
be
by
moon,
know)
you
that
stayed
go.
which
a
had
black
best
be
policeman
whiskers.
I 1
LXIII
Shop
Tlking
^ii
Required
Materials
sheets
0/ foolscap
paper
Partners
of
have
the
are
are
the
chosen
sheets
name
distributed
As
pencils and
many
there
as
players
are
;
gentleman.
prtzis for lady and
Half
:
of
of
a
among
for
this game
as
woman
the
on
follows
each.
ladies.
:
provided
foolscap paper
The
These
other
Mi
The
io8
half
have
example,
on
the
for her
one
"
and
men.
gentle-
"
is written
**
the
;
partner. Other
and
Thisbe,"
"
and the
Lady"
Mary Anne,"
"
for the
lady'spaper
Pyramus
"The
Jill,"
and
Games
Una
the
are
and"
"
top of
at the
"
of
characters to match
For
Lion
Book
The
"
gestions
sug-
"
Jacic
lix
Tiger/'"Fe-
the
and
Spider
"
Fly."
When
all
hostess
found
have
in which
five minutes
partners about
affairs.
hostess
ten
ladies will be
that the
announces
the
ringsa bell,and
their
papers
are
hold
house-
fashions,shopping,or
At
end
the
account
an
told
and
signed and collected,
Then
their
of
:.
and
|:
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"'
partners write what
the
conversation,in
these papers
reading of
y
ri
are
all the
prizesare awarded
4
be, for
signedand
of
at
a
talk about
their business,stocks,real estate,law, or
it may
in
The
them.
signalthe gentlemenare expectedto
whatever
the
gentlemen must
partners have
then
time
that
of
lowed
al-
to their
to talk
minutes,all unaided, write
what
partners the
their
cine,
medi-
five minutes.
they
ten
can
member
re-
minutes,
collected.
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compositionsfollows,and
to the two
most
amusing.
Natural
History
109
rentlewrit"
the
LXIV
"
sug-
ft'
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Jack
Natural
History
"Feid the
Materials
Required
bowl
A
:
of
beans
a
j
prize.
leader
A
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saying:
is chosen
I
1 will describe ; and
firstplayerwho
guess
again, but
about
the animal
says
a
cry
a
A
fox !
runs
"
the game
the most
a
and
fast."
the
one
size."
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Some
a
\
Some
is wrong.
This
who
one
leader then
one
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time several
spoke
an
flagsthe playerwho
beans receives
This
short
long tail,
describes
in turn
point
guess.
pointed nose."
a
bean, and
a
feet,has
is wrong.
one
any-
she cannot
or
another
name
collie dog," and
craftyand
"
gets
When
cat," and
"
guesses
very
four
to the
Should
after each wrong
on
It has
"
says,
I will
bean
give a
varies in color and
ears, and
"
I will
by
animal, which
an
however, he
wrong,
walks
starts the game
guesses itsname.
guess
animal
who
thinkingof
am
first
animal.
has
won
prize.
11
PART
IMPROMPTU
II
GAMES
"I
\ lit
1
I
"
1
^1
LXV
A
Spoonful
Materials
large
This
spoon
to
while
of
one
blindfolded
wand.
their
players
German,
form
cle,
cir-
a
is in the
large
a
then
players
the
number
has
and
The
from
us
The
capital one.
a
or
large handkerchief.
a
;
tablespoon
One
:
comes
game
is
and
Required
wooden
Fun
of
take
dle
mid-
for
spoon
hands
and
a
go
'
round
in
they
must
middle
stand
music.
all
stop
too, and
with
his
the
other
if he
place.
All
for
it is easier
the
identity
Some
stops
player
who
he
must
in
the
touches
at
once
1
there,
try
course
than
of
stand
a
at
person
on
tries, by deftly
now
to
correctly
guesses
of
music
until
spoon
player
and
here
the
the
players,
blindfolded
touching
As
still.
perfectly
The
and
circle to
gropes
of
one
a
to
discover
that
player
takes
it
is,
his
disguise themselves,
first appears
by
tiptoe
who
or
this
to
discover
ing.
spoon-touch-
crouch
to
disguise
their
height;
the
lapels
forward
or
their
try
coat
that
so
and
betray them,
not
all
spoon-holder.
blindfolded
the
puzzle
handkerchiefs
arrange
will
their
turn
gentlemen
shirt-fronts
to
of Games
Book
The
114
LXVI
Trades
MATfeRiALS
or
.
holds
office
the
choose
should
that
is well
trade
the
throughout
When
all
reads
are
aloud
when
noun,
who
must
he
would
tool
connected
this
substitution
player
and
poem
(one
or
is
has
reader
the
except
best)
he
what
profession,
or
game,
quite tragic
telling anyone
Every
a
and
known
story
hostess,
or
this
in
short
some
read, without
chooses
reader
u"
host
the
player, preferably
One
which
of poems
tales
fairy
and
book
A
Required:
which
to
lected.
se-
now
he
retains
game.
ready
from
he
the
reader
it until
looks
he
at
immediately
naturally
with
of
his
one
trade
noun
of
name
the
a
mon
com-
men,
trades-
some
for
or
to
comes
one
have
his book
opens
article
sale, or
profession.
for
another
some
By
the
is
What
Thought
My
Like?
115
ir coat
pathetic passage
tragic or
most
into
and
jumble
a
of absurdities.
For
No.
is
1
No.
grocer;
a
:
butcher;
a
No.
2,
a
4,
a
speak
!
Wiio, with
Comest
hostess,
But
has
a
6,
"
Skeleton
in
(2)
with
!
me
(4) bricks,
thy fleshless (5) gums
if asking
as
dost
Why
(1) lanib
nails
{3)/lour drest,
in Eastern
not
Stretched
best) to
fearful
to daunt
Wrapt
(one
thou
hollow
!
thy
Still in rude
"em
No.
:
"Speak
and
3,
druggist; and
a
"
or
me,
S,
Longfellow's
is
poem
Armor
boems
No.
mason;
No.
carpenter;
baker.
The
:
example
all
der.
"
is converted
that
so
thou
haunt
(6) rolls.
?
me
"
der
senow
LXVII
le
retains
WHAT
,
his book
This is
to
a com
le
trades-
ne
;,or
-
article
some
sion.
By
other
the
in
which
turn,
he
into his
What
the
answers
mind, of
answers
he
will bear
asking each
is my
The
repeating.
of the
thought
first
course
alreadygiven.
the
but
beginsby
"
Like.?
Thought
old game,
an
leader
The
My
IS
thing
ers,
play-
like ?
that
keeps
to
comes
avoiding naming
leader
"
a
thing
anylist of
what
receives,and then, telling
."^:"|^..
ii6
The
his
The
1
No.
"
:
2
"
:
Leader
No.
3
:
No.
4
5
"
:
:
Leader
you
Why
she
or
is my
thought
2, "A
skate;"
No.
like ? "
No.
you
No. 8, "
you
Supper
:
And
you
why
No. 6: "Because
No. 1
,
book
a
hard."
?"
cents
sometimes
?
a
are
"
pay
for
things."
vanity?"
in many
are
like
you
out."
persons' hearts."
flower }
"
often fresh and
sometimes
rosy."
No. 7
'hi
"
:
No.
8
:
"
:
Leader:
No. 9:
m"
"
Why
Why
Because
I like solitude
am
you
never
?"
you."
I like sunset
you
?"
impossible in society."
all like
we
am
are
I like supper
am
Because
"
"
Why
Because
"
:
Leader
"
;
why
well read."
are
I like
am
Because
"
myself.' So,
bright and
are
like ten
why
"Why
"
Leader
3,
5, "Vanity;"
skate ? "
a
I like
am
And
'
often go
like
why
Because
"
:
he
"
you
And
Because
"
Leader:
No.
"
:
Leader
?
Because
"
:
player in
:
cents;"
My tiiought was
Because
"
:
Leader
No.
thing
No. 7, " Solitude ; "
;
I like a furnace
1
No.
each
Sunset."
"
9,
4, "Ten
"
"
No.
example
furnace;"
No.
6, A flower
Leader
"?",
"A
says
book;"
and
the
leader asks of each," What
No.
am
For
Games
asks
it resembles
way
likened it to.
No.
of
thought reallywas,
what
"A
Book
?"
stay long."
li
I
Cities
ayer
in
she
or
117
LXVIII
Personal
Conundrums
if
ht like?"
"
"
No.
Vanity ;
These
3,
"
jupper;"
The
leader
some
one
to filltime between
serve
may
of the
playerswith
an
object furniture,
why
For
he
inanimate
food, or
dress.
example ;
The
leader says,
No.
1
is
"
says,
polished;
dishes;"
No.
games.
comparing
an
article of
"
lo. 1 ,
conundrum
propounds a
No.
"
Why
"
No.
he is
steady;
his
always
"
he
Because
"
3,
4, "Because
5, " Because
like this table ? "
is Mr. D
he is
Because
No. 2,
"
hold
can
Because
many
is dark;"
complexion
1
'round."
lings,
LXIX
hearts."
Cities
sometimes
:iety."
To
ofpaper
every
with the
As
Required:
Materials
sheets
as
there
are
many
playera penciland
requestthat he
of the paper the
v/hich the writer
name
was
time is then allowed
pencilsand
players.
or
paper
of the
born.
are
given,
she write at the
cityor
town
top
in
Fifteen minutes'
for all to write
a
sentence
H
"
'*"
j -i
Jenkins
r
town
decides
is
usually
paper.
v'lihthe
r
town,
easilyheld
in
the
captain (whose
his
the
opposite side) puts
then
of
shift
all the
the
to deceive
the
The
not
the
"
make
captain
says
coin
the
The
hand
hands
of this side
the
lation.
le, the
Chance
he
or
other
the
side
He
to take
have
says
hands
closed
; then
all the
hands
All try to
in
the
drown
banging
clink
tries to guess
orders
directs
have
this
the
Only
to the
the
not
their hands
players of
as
of
table.
now
party think,
so
who
table.
under.
give the
of
the
to its whereabouts.
as
and
to
as
of
they
hand
to
possible
as
so
is not
quarter.
his
their hands
any
can
under
up,
the
on
centre
players
down,"
it strikes
coin
the
come
noise
opposing
the
an-
the
the
captain
calls, Jenkins
hands
down,
as
hand
of
the
the
"
now
much
as
their hands
nd
of
of his side, and
from
fall,palms downward,
which
piece,
one
hands
his
opposite players
all the
Jenkins
is in
players
piece
quarter
up," and
at
the
something
or
of
players, facing
R-iotous
ive-cent
hand
seat
line
more
T-ea
hide
first
closed
the
table, as do
rs
shall
silver quarter
a
players.
The
s
side
which
which
119
side
whose
captain
11
side holding
players who,
the
piece
oflf,but
under
should
give orders, the
'm
m
Booh
The
120
side with
of
is
the
losing
it.
and
call
hidden, the
and
the
must
not
Should
the
captain
side which
last
hand
the
which
with
first
scores
the
coin
side,
same
keeps the coin.
But
still
on
table
the
the
to
the
take
mis-
a
table
on
goes
make
the
hands
left
quarter, it then
side
remains
coin
pain
on
which
under
the
if the
The
hand
a
up
of
for
obey,
quarter
number
counts
Games
of
the
covers
opposing
players.
points wins
fourteen
game.
directions
These
were
serious
a
Try
and
successful
intricate
and
it with
it!
sound
may
leaders, and
are
will
you
from
Far
game.
captains who
two
thoroughly good
if Jenkins
as
clever
find
it
fun.
LXXI
Short
Materials
sheets
Stories
Required
of paper
as
there
:
are
As
pencils
many
players
j
and
prize, if
a
desired.
Try this game
a
loss
for
people.
"if
amusement
Without
some
time
for
from
when
five
you
to
telling the players
are
at
twenty
what
the
Stories
Short
is to
game
and
ask
be, give everyone
five
of
name
These
given.
is
then
expected
characters
given
The
story
be
play
or
allowed
a
they
best
of
applause
personce.
be
even
are
compose
end
read
audience
the
to
the
story may
or
players
which
and
each
story, using
The
at
all collected
are
for the
prize
in
and
literary gems,
time
do.
will
were
that
short
a
top of
they
the dramatis
as
hour
an
which
in
or
the
at
announced
write
the
suggest
tragic,comic, love,
poem
half
these
the
may
in
paper,
fiction
writes
be
to
to
history or
order
the
a
each
everyone
It may
person
in
the
in
paper,
pencil and
six persons
or
character
a
real life.
his
121
of
that
aloud.
A
given, though
will
probably
be
glory enough.
This
serve
may
Dramatis
example
an
Dmght
Personce."
L.
:
Moody,
Guardian,
Mrs.
Napoleon,
Jones,
as
Polly
Romeo,
Baby
and
McKee,
Trilby.
It was
clock
in
cliffe
Guardian's
Mrs.
popular
"
and
'86, who
the
was
select
on
girls called
the
stroke
her,
a
now
sitting
in
of
name
a
nine
^"
"
invented
president
graceful
of
the
Rad-
for
boarding-house
fascinating Trilby, the
was
and
Cambridge,
in
gentle spring evening
Innocents
Guardian
of
a
Angel
by
the
attitude
the
class
on
4i
JtMflBaHMjnrnii
"
The Book of Games
122
the
feedingBaby McKee, the Maltese
edgeof the table,
with
kitten,
who
L.
A
at the
Moody,
looked
bell,and
ushered in tw
twenty
youths
had
summers
down
sulkily
PollyJones,
on
shone.
the visitors and
of scarce
suns
throng,welcomed
health of Miss
Romeo
man,
Auburn," he said,
to Mount
perch.
scending
deTrilby,gracefully
afterthe
inquired
the fiancee of the younger
let,
from his
the Irish maid,
the
whom
to the levelof the common
Gone
been christened
his skill in profanityhad
from
r.ng
while the parrot,
and caramels,
sweet cream
Dwight
"
"^'^
"KMHm^riiwi"!
iinnii.-tiwtfiHtyiarfiigBi
'
lO
Capu-
Montague.
make
ments
arrange-
about the ventilationof the
familyvault. We are
tea there" you'll
going to givea little
come, won't you ?
be
friend
he'll
hand."
Our
on
Nap. says
Napoleon
frowned
ten and
and buttoned his gray coat.
theywere
The clock struck
gentlybut firmlyfiredout.
LXXII
The
Cat
Impossible
This goodold game isworth
who
are chosen,
captains
and all are
other. One
\"i
in turn choose sides,
the two sides facing
each
seated,
captain
begins,The
"
Game
Club
and then counts ten. Before
cat isambiguous,"
he has finishedcounting
the
must say
ma
Two
repeating.
**
The Game
opposite
captain
Club cat is agile,"
or
Famous
can
one
use
When
if
a
player
and
begun,
until all the
so
players on
side has
the other
on
counts
of
through
side
No
been
fore
be-
one
he
ten
"
is out.
"
a
have
with
beginning
one
a."
already
adjectivesbeginning with
exhausted, those
all been
"
think
cannot
opposing player
the
are
adjectivethat has
an
given, and
the
123
adjectivebeginning with
other
some
Characters
b"
"
alphabet
the
out, when
are
the game.
won
LXXIII
Characters
FAMOUS
of
One
while
the
players goes
decide
the others
famous
letters
there
players,to
letter of the character's
another
up
the
room
of
of
well-known
name,
in
person
some
as
many
players. Beginning
are
of the circle of
end
of
name
is made
which
person,
as
upon
out
the
each
is
and
each
at
one
assigned a
chooses
history or
fiction
,ji J
iV
to
impersonate,
the
gone
or
the
letter
out
others
one
whose
assigned him.
now
returns
in the
order
begins
name
The
and
player
he
who
has
each
of
is told
the
questions
in which
with
m
The
124
letters
of
the
name
to which
and
from
so
the
person
goes
out.
having
D
entire
there
for
the
takes
Isaac
Sara
Bernhardt;
Alice
takes
initial
; the
the
;
the
Liliukolani;
and
and
his
raeli
Dis-
player,
first
individual
second,
having
third, having S,
I,
takes
takes
fifth, having
A,
takes
the
sixth, having
seventh,
the
of
name
R,
the
the
the
fourth, having
Wonderland;
Elaine;
and
revealed, when
The
letter
acter
char-
name,
players
selected.
Crusoe;
in
is
eight
Diana
Walton
whole
suggested
letter
character
individual
each
the
tions
ques-
answered,
be
can
name
are
character, chooses
Robinson
of
ask
must
"
no
letter of
one
whose
is the
"
or
guessing
the
Suppose
Games
He
"
yes
gets
until
on
of
come.
"
the
he
Book
having
L,
eighth, having
E,
takes
I, takes
Ivanhoe.
LXXIV
Here
of
the
starts
is
a
Stuff
and
chance
for
players
being
by whispering
Nonsense
fun
seated
to
the
without
in
person
effort.
a
circle,
at
his
All
one
left
(tliisis speaking
article
an
thus
player
left
his
the
to
adjective,
in
regular
these
nine
players,
the
the
second,
third, and
first
The
player
Each
"
eighth
aggressive
The
silly
player
player
his
speaking
now
the
a
article
:
third
player
the
verb
carved,
the
aloud,
second
the
fifth
number
adjective,
cats,
noun
the
the
player
plural,
to
complete
a
the, the
another
a
then
word,
the
carved
motor-man
whispered
example
sixth
jective,
ad-
(plural).
noun
till
on
noun
word
a
of
adverb,
tells his
the
morosely,
whispers
an
been
so
player
seventh
the
and
For
turn
at
one
article, an
an
thus
whispers
fourth
adverb
the
the
player
in
verb,
a
player
first
repeated.
the
sixty-nine,
and
have
the
to
the
following parts
:
adjective aggressive,
the
motor-man,
player
words
is
the
sequence
When
sentence
eacji
adjective,
another
number,
grammatically),
(singular),
noun
a
and
left
his
at
person
125
whispers
to
spoken
an
speech
Nonsense
and
stuff
to
silljy,
finish.
is this
nonsense
morosely
sixty-nine
cats."
If the
sentence
may
of
the
again,
then
not
etc.,
as
ridiculous
equal
feels
party
started
be
first
the
before,
set.
to
by
An
adjective,
in
combination
more
of
who
someone
article
noun,
regular order,
follows.
this, the
is
was
whispered
verb, adverb,
and
another
:
Orchestra
Tales/' Nathaniel
Told
Minister's
Wooing,"
suggestionsfor
Closed
by keeping
be
may
and
; while
"
hind
Be-
done
effectively
the
them, when
say that the title has been
few
a
room
audience, until
the
calls for
The
"
are
between
closed
are
last the audience
Stowe,
pantomimes
the doors
the actors
where
B.
"
Doors
and
Hawthorne,
H.
these
Z27
at
they can
acted.
LXXVI
Orchestra
noisier game
No
playershaving
a
a
circle. The
musical
conductor
it is to be
provided
giving
When
and
around
the
a
the conductor
begins
to
hum
fine
a
each
all have
ments
instru-
to tune
chance
up,
to
noises.
instruments
waws
him
pantomime
When
them
musician
different
in
imaginary
all sorts of discordant
make
tuned
each
played.
orders
ber
num-
assignsto
nov/
their
with
The
their
among
themselves
seat
the conductor
thus
be found.
can
instrument, and shows
exactly how
been
this
from
chosen
conductor,
a
in
than
an
have
been
imaginary baton
livelyair,
in
which
m
U:
Book
The
12S
is
he
accompanied
and
with
his
made
in
Every
now
play
on
it
motions
silence
baton
while
until
must
leader
the
the
abandons
and
the
to
player
alter
once
to wield
continuing
pretends
conductor
the
sounds,
instrument.
and
at
each
movements,
conductor
the
of
the
real
a
on
belongs
those
to
voice
instrument,
certain
a
band,
different
the
then
whole
his
performing
whom
to
hands
and
his
by
with
imitating
player
of Games
his
keep
imaginary
his instrument.
U
Should
at
the
fun
of
place
ill
The
player
a
upon
the
as
m
right
this
humor
time
the
the
take
he
must
depends
and
quickness
his
conductor's
a
pay
game
abandons
he
of
fail to
forfeit.
largely
very
of
baton
for
the
ductor
con-
the
struments
in-
musicians.
other
LXXVII
Bequests
Materials
s
heels
All
offoolscap paper
having
requested
or
her
Required
that
received
every
:
as
As
there
pencils
player
pencils and
many
players.
are
and
shall
will,leaving something
to
it is
paper
draw
each
up
one
his
of
Teapot
the other
players,no
beauty;
to
to the
given as
When
hope
a
care,
be
must
to be
use
or
it is
given
made
finished
read aloud
of each
the
thing,
some-
the host
by
or
be
I
legacy.
lected
col-
are
papers
a
or
time directions should
same
all have
and
fault
everyone
and at the
whether
matter
a quality,
a
possession,
a
Z39
of the
one
players.
LXXVllI
1
Teapot
player goes
One
think
others
of
out
of the
word
some
while the
room
which
has two
or
1
different
more
"
train
been
"
out
meanings.
is selected.
When
into
comes
the
the
playerwho
room
each
others,in turn, says something
in which
sentence
for
for
"train"
the
"
example,
"train"
word
is
has
of
to him"
the
some
used, substituting
One
"teapot."
I like to
ride
in the
'
says,
teapot"
m
I
another
to
says
"
I hear
that Mr.
Blank
teapot for the foot-ball match,"
to
pot Mrs.
teapot children,"
Brown
"
What
m\\
the word
Suppose
"
a
is
going
It is necessary
long
tea^
has."
W
J
"
1
MW
itmum
Book
The
130
the
of
room
Games
guessedthe player whose
to
the
guesser
must
while
the
others
choose
suggestedit
sentence
cut
is
the word
When
of
word, and the game
a
before.
as
on
goes
go
LXXIX
Dumb
The
shall be
aim
men's
possibleand
to
selves
the
certain
by
form
a
told
by
Having
letters of the trade
motor-man;
for ice-man
The
of
the
of
the leader of the
for
men
"
cide
de-
men."
long
as
consulted among
; W
now
the various
they
men
are
trade
may
body.
the
r, for
P
a
which
in,one
line in front
example:
who
at work
decide upon
actions
For
and
masters"
keep
sides and
as
prevent their placesbeing taken
men
to engage
"
is to
the masters.
by
into two
players separate
who
The
Motions
the
sion
profes-
or
be illustrated
They
masters, who
the first and
about
!i-
to engage
painter;
now
are
last
in.
M
n,
1, for florist;I
F
r, for waiter ; and
begin
labors
to express
in dumb
belonging to
so
n,
on.
tions
mo-
the trade
i-m
Scouts
have
they
of
one
chosen.
the
another
or
use
One
set
none
of them
tell them
ft
can
into
If any
it
guesses
become
masters.
If any
after
they
speak
men
side
is out.
right trade
fix
some
have
be
quets
bou-
masters, and
and
of
vase,
will
imaginary
the
correctly,the
a
others
the
If, however,
watering
in
whole
was
florists,
are
be
of the
the
hit upon
what
masters
stop work
stems, and
is allowed
act.
to
them
gestures
each
men
seem
pieces."
wrong
guess
they
arranging
flowers
phantom
'*
or
will
to
the
wiring
making
Suppose
players
flowers, another
131
men
the
the
other
an-
upon
of
one
the
and
out
are
wish
men
continued
if
i
to
-
i.
i
'
at it for
M
time,
some
all made
their
the
though
even
guesses,
they
have
masters
may
do
so
if
not
J hi
they
"
have
worked
a
reasonable
time.
J
LXXX
Scouts
-n.
In
this
Questions,
and
go
game,
the
which
players
into different
is very
divide
rooms.
like
into two
Each
Twenty
parties
party
then
"
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"
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The
132
sends but
on
Julius
then
difficult
some
object
in
local
a
two
thing
to
the
shop,
the
to
left
in
of
eyebrow
of
winning
both
which
can
don't
know
"
the
and
one
"
by
"
"
allowable.
are
animal,"
this
after
thick and
is settled
proclaims the
race,
asked
the
of
one
when
a
fact to their
the
sion
posses-
questions
no,"
in
As
whether
vegetable,"or
"
fast until
guessing
those
"
"
his
to
guessing
take
yes,"
Questions,it is first discovered
is
side
can
Only
scouts."
be answered
going
questions are
quick succession,as
first is the
the
small
(a
guess
each
rooms,
opponent's party, where
and
and decide
meet
and
CjEsar,or anything equallypuzzling),
return
him
Games
of
scout," and the
"
a
Booh
"
or
Twenty
the object
mineral,"
questions come
partieshas
shout
or
a
won
whistle
opponents.
LXXXI
Commercial
This
can
be
is
one
of the
played on
requiresno
Traveller
convenient
the spur
materials,not
games
of the
even
which
moment,
the
I
and
usual pen-
l-^f
Traveller
Commercial
and
cil
a
of
)row
ng:),and
his
to
circle
"
or
Leader:
I
the
s
Will
and
To
each
what
first
a," the
"
will suppose
we
to
on
a
prefer, on
where
me
naming
that
start
may
you
kindly tell
i
any-
example:
about
world
purpose,
are
you
destinations
your
alphabetically?"
"Where
are
you
1?"
No.
going,
Answer:
Annapolis."
will
"What
come
gentlemen,
travellers
you
for
Leader:
"
and
For
a
must
is, the
begin with
on.
so
part of the
any
errands
and
ob-
ineral,"
to
questions
all
and
b,"
"
Ladies
"
business.
going
Twenty
should
all commercial
are
journey
uestions
,"
with
in
which
alphabetically; that
answered
you
players being seated
chosen, who, beginning
circle,asks
person's words
guessing
posses-
is
leader
in the
where
be
The
paper.
a
second
asked
s
and
de-
small
133
do
you
there?"
"Advertise
Answer:
aniESthetics."
las
won
will do
there ?
nishine
'
Each
are
you
which
asks
"
leader.
the
the
says
Answer
"
next.
Boast
"
:
What
*
Bur-
brightens boilers."
is asked
person
going
to
?
and
"
"
to
Chicago,
by the leader, " Where
in turn
What
do
will you
catch
goes
D
to
Damascus,
E
to
England, to enjoy eagerly every
Florida,
to
to
dun
find
to
G
to
Glasgow,
nt, and
H
to
Hayti, to have
al pen-
I to
a
in
^
India
to
hustling.
inspect idols.
"
entertainment.
fly-paper.
gayly gather guineas.
hard
?
coins.
dervishes.
dancing
fortune
there
Columbian
C
F to
5
Bayreuth,"
to
going
I am
"
whistle
'
is My
IVho
the
will
the game
Leader
"
Suppose
seasons.
"
:
Neighbor?
will you
What
will you
answered,
"
spring
was
in this way
properly proceed
What
135
take with
?"
you
:
Answer
:
Soda."
"
Leader
"
:
Leader:
s
Answer
"
:
I'llwear
shooting-suit, and slippers."
sombrero,
a
?"
wear
"What
do?"
will you
"I'll
Answer:
sing
mgs."
The
with
has been
begin with
"
a ;
the
but
one
"
who
is wrong
if
winter, with
"
w."
understands
leader
haphazard,
must
questionpasses
If
chosen.
season
i-i
begin
answered, the repliesshould
replieswill be
the
all
should
answers
the first letter of the
autumn
no
in the
words
a
pay
to the next
But
the
and
as
trick
everyone
forfeit,while
the
person.
u
LXXXIII
"
Who
This
is
a
is
Neighbor.?
My
livelygame
for
ing,and
useful
particularly
for it can
be
kind.
One
played without
-half
; these
of
the
helplessones
beginning an
in
an
e.ven-
emergency,
preparationof
are
company
are
then
any
folded
blind-
seated
in
"
'J
"/;
mm
liaiii
The Book
136
such
a
of Games
way that each has
a
vacant chair at his
half of the players
righthand. The remaining
now
gatherin the middle of the room, in
that at
silence. The leader announces
perfect
will
the unblindfoldedplayers
a givensignal
each take one of the empty seats next to those
to
and when requested
who are blindfolded,
singthe unblindfolded must do so, disguising
their voices if theychoose. The blindfolded
but must listenattentively
persons must not sing,
and each tryto guess who his singing
is. Each blindfoldedplayneighbor
er
right-hand
is not to remove
his bandageuntil he gives
the name
of his right-hand
neighbor,
correctly
who then takes off the bandageof the successful
guesser,and must submit to be bandaged
in his turn and to take the guesser's
place.
When
who
are
vacant
the secret signal
is giventhe
unblindfolded creep
players
to the
noiselessly
chairs;the leader then goes
to the
pianoand beginsto playthe accompaniment
to some familiarsong like Marching
Through
he cries,
and all the unblindfolde
Georgia." Sing,"
do theirbest or worst
players
until the leader cries Enough." The blind"
"
"
"
4
"
folded then guess who
the
hand
were.
Those
must
rema.n
blindfolded
when
perhaps,with
first
When?
Where?
How?
failure,they
137
singersat their right
whose
are
guesses
wrong
until the
next
time,
learned
from
their
wisdom
will guess
correctlyand
be
released.
LXXXIV
How.?
of the
One
Where.?
players is
while the others decide
be
may
"
like it?
be
or
and
"
asked.
three
"
if vain
be
first
"
(vein);
likes it ** On
to the
a
playersmay
he
"
likes it
its absence
renders
be
the
the
For
word
say, in
answer
likes
it "Of
to the second, that he
answer
he
two
misleading.
steeple (vane) ;
third,that
by
word
a
may
with
word
question, that
in
like it .?"
some
such
do you
Where
*'
(vein, vane)
of the
the
gold
"
quite confusingand
nee,
the three questions,
do you
When
It should
chosen, one
to
which
room
subject,which
a
like it ?
meanings,as
answers
ii
do you
the
from
sent
upon
anything about
How
When.?
"
"
and
When
in
answer
it is
spicuous
con-
(vain).
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-i
The
138
the
When
first
the
If
room.
the
guess
he
so
asks
but
all the
should
the
player
room
in
last
his
he
the
to
fail to
it
questioned
to
he
the
must
must
out
go
the
dark
last
subject
out
go
his
during
to
and
third
guess
the
with
is still in the
he
guess
then
him
player
questions
he
ihe
around
enables
each
turns
re-
to
passes
gone
answers
each
Should
asking
again,
from
reply
a
has
if then
the
puts
question,
tries
he
and
then
same
the
he
player, who
he
till he
of
subject
question.
after
;
on
none
question,
next
answer
the
in
comes
nearest
repeats
next, and
Games
the
to
puzzling
and
next
of
out-player
question
a
Book
rounds
of
the
place.
LXXXV
1
1
'
Nonsense
Required
Materials
sheets
Rhymes
of paper
as
there
:
As
players
are
pencils
many
prize
a
;
and
if
y
desired.
doesn't
Who
?
Rhymes
"
anyone
amusing
game
enjoy
His
can
may
is
metre
imitate
be
"
Lear's
simple
so
it, in
played
Nonsense
a
with
way,
this
that
most
al-
and
an
for
the
motive.
and
Each
is asked
produce
The
to Lear.
"
There
was
Who
sat
And
This
a
on
penciland
paper,
rhyme
nonsense
of
man
the stove
he
though
a
139
cording
ac-
followingis an example
young
lesson
No
receives
person
to
Negatively
Button,
Button,
:
Bridgeport
just for sport,
burned,
was
he learned,
eccentric
of
man
young
Bridgeport."
kii
"11' m
LXXXVI
Button,
This
is
a
new
of
way
playerssit around
The
hollow
takes
square.
button
a
hands, which
to
Button,
player holds
same
way,
in
room
is the
who
and
holding
his
around
her
or
the
as
presses his hands
leader
the
hands
leader
circle.
I
show
into whose
goes
to
the
his
around
goes
and
hand
circuit has
first
being
he
been
player and
the
he
of the other
"
Hold
careial
drops
as
Each
together in
those
between
give you,"
what
the
then
it between
players,in turn, saying to each,
When
circle or
a
pressedpalms together,so
are
and
the
^
old game.
playing an
One
it,goes
conceal
Negatively
the
made
says,
the
fast
not
to
button.
leader
'
"Button,
M
i
IWlMI
The Book
140
of Games
button,who hasn't got the button
person must
supposes
answer,
he
around the
ringuntilallhave
lief,
to theirbethis question
according
the leader cries, Button,button,
answered
on
"
when
and the button holder does
if there is anyone who
who
who
naming someone
hasn't it.
So itgoes
rise! "
? " and this
so.
Then
that the
guessed
person
button
did
hold
held
the
not
it he
really
becomes
a
the
circle;
"
ghost and
playerwho
out of the charmed
"
comes
held the button be-
leader and
flP
I
n\
the game goes on.
If no
is caught,
as
one
however,the game proceeds
before,the leader changingplaceswith the
playerwho held the button. The "ghosts"
can
only become mortal and againjointhe
circlewher* they can get some
playerin the
circleto speakto them, and then that mortal
must take the
m
"ghost's"
place.
LXXXVII
Gardening
easy. Each of the
is asked in turn what was planted
in
players
made
This is gardening
x;\^'
"N**."'
Philopeua
his
garden
may
be
and
of
of
plants
kind
came
planted
I
"
:
player:
a
up
Third
must
come
the
up
have
articles
some
planted.
"
\
:
player
Second
but
names
with
planted
Articles
up.
whose
connection
example
First
came
description,
any
some
punning
For
what
141
"
player
it
came
United
ber-plant."
rub-
a
up
and
States
it
(car nation).
planted
I
"
:
and
the
planted
"I
carnation
ball
a
calendar
a
and
it
came
up
dates."
Fourth
player
I
"
:
planted
ship
a
and
it
came
in
up
II
dock."
Fifth
firs"
player
I
"
:
planted
old
an
coat
and
it
came
up
came
up
(furs).
Sixth
player:
planted
"I
watch
a
and
it
four-o'clock."
Seventh
she
player
came
up
Eighth
up
a
planted
I
"
:
an
girl and
unattractive
wall-flower."
player
"
:
I
planted
some
steps and
they
came
hops."
LXXXVIIl
Philopena
The
each
the
company
take
other, leaving
leader
to
walk
seats
between
room
up
in two
and
down.
lines, facing
the
The
lines
for
leader
Cross-questions
and
gentlemen
lady
a
leader
lady
and
be
whisper
in the
line
absurd
to
be
and
at
of
the
of
the
and
much
Each
which
time
smile, the
of
the
to
as
Then,
first
starting
and
he
the
three
repeated
posite
op-
tion
ques-
times,
she
nor
for
pounds
pro-
the
answer,
penalty
tions
ques-
gentleman
him
be
course,
ing
be-
doing
so
couple
laughs
who
leaders
may
repeated, assigning
game
to
likewise,
does
other
two
the
may
I'
i-
may
."
ladies
Instead
one
question
forfeit.
a
the
the
neither
time
such
as
to
her
being
answer
during
give
given.
with
to
opposite
assigned
question
proceeds
must,
line, the
lady
in the
leaders
be
to
answers
head
the
the
to
lady
There
lady replies
so
to
answer
between
the
and
each
the
serious
a
turn
leader
gentleman
ear
behind
each
in
sons,
per-
leaders, the
line
to
propounded
propounded.
collusion
no
for
143
two
except
the
whispers
The
opposite.
an
down
and
to
other,
gentleman,
walks
gentlemen
question
the
on
Silly Answers
and
be
is the
and
of
the
be
to
turn,
the
succumb
this
questions
to
answers
to
after
selected, and
forfeits, each
compelled
last
in
the
person
withdraw,
wins
tlemen.
genwho
and
ih^ p'
the
.e.
V
I
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The
144
of Games
Book
XC
Spirits
Materials
Required
fifteen to
From
and
game,
if
be
around
a
who
they
are
has
a
made
The
the
of their
circle,
one
himself
"t
familiar
'I
a
ber,
num-
with
of
the
the
game
player names
first
letter in
letter,any
second, thinking of
alphabet ; the
different word
a
a
third
finish the word
; and
mind, gives
word,
third,with
letter in it ; the
in
a
letter,
'X-
"
I
tainly
cer-
:
supplies the second
m
play this
can
playersbeing seated
directions,explains the working
in this way
if desired.
quick-witted it will
The
in
room
-"4prise,
twenty people
success.
the
;
;
.f-
".
taking care
until
not
player is forced
some
to
word.
a
penalty of
imaginary
of the
a
"
game,
player has
a
to
By
to
doing
so
which
forfeit,
person
in this way
"spirit,"and
he
at
the
has three.
on
last letter
incurs
consists in
life,"of which,
each
give the
so
the
losingan
beginning
When
a
comes
lost all three lives he beleaves
the
circle.
He
spirits
however,
may,
and
if he
to
speak
them
he
?sired.
)lay this
forces
in
having
a
and
if he
will
% seated
if, however,
ir
he
/ith
e
help
had
When
letter in
word,
a
d, with
I
letter,
d
soon
word
can
"
for
finishes
lives.
be
may
word
a
If
of
lose
in
be
"life;"
a
and
his
mind,
the
completed
the
game
lenger
chal-
of
word
of
No
on.
goes
forms
"is"
(as
player
next
which
word
a
in
in
course,
"i
island,
player
any
letters
two
its
in this
Vi
the
jrs
sing
loses
way
last let-
is
game
life.
a
is
following
The
played
an
of
example
the
way
the
:
an
No.
inning
^hen'
of
1
begins
scowl,
says
a
c
word
(sc).
by
No.
the
letter
2, thinking
No.
s.
3, thinking
of
scan,
says
a
a
(sea).
he
No.
4,
to
avoid
finishing,
and
thinking
of
scale,
besays
i.
'!
;.'i'il
finished
even
i
ter
his let-
unfounded
was
a
not
challenged,
which
must
word
forfeit), and,
in
"
who
is
shorter
a
of
he
and
ever
progress
question,
a
his
of
one
life."
"
word
a
he
suspicion
another,
begins
mind
legitimate
a
ions,
compan-
getting
letter, is suspected
make
to
loses
game
of
think
the
a
the
answer
one
a
in
cannot
ivill cer-
num-
or
lose
naming
word
former
in
him
to
to
his
"
succeed
can
him
player,
haunt
"
145
He
I
(seal).
but
No.
answers
5
gives
another
satisfactorily
1
(scall),and
that
he
was
lenged,
is chal-
thinking
I
of
to
a
Book
The
146
6
scallop.
No.
finish
word
the
says
of
Games
(scallo).
o
by giving
And
No.
is forced
7
(scallop),thereby losing
p
life."
"
the
While
party of spiritsis being added
players in
the
last,when
until at
is
game
receive
the
but
ended, and
one
the
and
fewer
circle grow
to,
fewer,
survives, the
person
"living" player
may
prize.
a
XCI
Word
Wordy
Ml
I
Required
Materials
I,
sheds
r
of paper
.
as
As
:
there
pencils
many
players
are
and
prise
a
;
^
if
desired.
t
t
I
\
Each
?.nd
is
person
pencil.
provided
with
the leader
Then
letters
words
such
word,
possibleare
as
and
down;
It will
words
be
can
found
be
nary
ordi-
to
twenty
and, with
as
many
constructed, proper
foreign languages being
discovering the
paper
some
of ten
all write
composing
slipof
selects
(or extraordinary) word
letters, which
a
most
words
surprising
constructed
barred.
how
from
The
wins
the
many
the
the
other
names
son
per-
prize.
other
letters
of
i
Advice
simple noun.
some
**
schedule"
147
the
instance,
For
contains
than
more
word
fiftyother
words.
XCII
Advice
Materials
Required
three
slipsof papery
players.
pencilsand
the
collected.
are
it,he reads
has drawn
are
express
pieceof
vice;
ad-
then folded and
are
then shuffled in
his
opinionof
he thinks it good
a
but before
one,
the
advice aloud.
thinks his advice
he
then
They
a
or
the
uncalled
expressinghimself freelyabout
After
says
paper
must
advice,whether
and
there
as
^
playerdraws
each
opening it he
A
pencilsand
many
inches
paper, each writes
slipsof
bov/1 and
for.
by Jive
playershaving all been suppliedwith
The
all are
As
:
reads
:
from
Don't
"
the
be
so
For
example,
is about
slipof
sure
right,
paper
of your
he
own
charms."
Another
amusing
game
for
a
of Advice
will prove
very
party of people knowing one
!*""
ii
i^
"
The
148
another
her
Book
well.
The
to
bring
guests
addressed
signed
these
At
read
to
the
other
person
who
each
his
at
advice
of
one
between
be
result.
the
of
one
nition
admo-
or
guests and
has
finds
guest
place, and
her
or
it aloud
will
supper
to
each
of
letter
a
supper
letters
asks
hostess
still another
by
invited.
of Games
been
of
one
is asked
lively
A
courses.
XCllI
Fire
Materials
captains
Two
in
Required
his
turn,
each
facing
would
a
to
Air
player
must
until
the
choose
begins
the
"
or
into
name
"
each
chooses,
is divided
party
seated
captain
the
he
chief.
handker-
in
two
rows
whose
Taking
game.
throws
whose
either
!"
it
"Earth!"
If
lap
"
Earth
the.
quadruped
it
turn
suddenly
players opposite, calling
Fire
some
the
lx;ing
other,
time
same
!
sides
and
chosen,
handkerchief
of
one
the
"
be
knotted
at
players
The
equally.
arc
knotted
A
:
out
at
"Water!"
"
is
called, the
handkerchief
before
falls
the
other
//
count
can
fish; if
remain
ten
Air,"
"
an
or
speak
when
the
of
out
threw
the
throw
it at
a
and
player
side
has
this
when
way
game,
and
at
him
one,
who
and
take
should
the
must
player
may
But
fail
player
silent, he
the
throw
must
must
wrong
he
swer
an-
handkerchief
the
opposite side, call
the
game
had
to
element,
an
game
when
the
have
never
have
can
mistakes
called
who
until
on
goes
drop out,
Those
won.
simple
absurd
the
be
to
a
Fire," he
the
ought
name
ten.
In this
have
"
name
else.
he
on
count
side
or
someone
must
Should
handkerchief
properly
if
and
;
silent.
he
he
Water,"
animal,
name
drop
"
bird
a
perfectly
to
at
if
;
149
no
different
the
all of
one
opposing
played
idea
of
the
make
players
quickly.
upon
XCIV
IT
Before
inquire
must
has
be
never
starting
who
this
how
knows
at
least
been
one
it will
game
to
play "It,"
person
initiated
be
into
in the
"
It's"
well
for
party
to
there
who
mysteries.
Telegrams
Out-player,to
sleeves?"
"*
No.
No.
(a lady):
3
"
(speaking of
3
151
Dees
No.
4,
it
wear
a
gentleman):
puflFed
No."
to
Out-player,
of No.
5,
a
No. 4
lady):
to No.
Out-player,
of No.
5
No. 4
ing
(speak-
Is it beautiful ? "
No. 5
ing
(speak-
itsmoke
I don't
know."
"
:
6, a gentleman):
Out-player,to
(speakingof
No.
"
"Is
7, a
lady):
No.
7: "Is
(speakingof
These
6:
No.
Out-player,to
No. 7
"
?"
Does
"
:
No.
"
No."
it's hair long?"
6
Yes."
its hair six inches
8, a gentleman):
"
will
answers
conflicting
perplexthe
No.
No."
completely
guesser and will be very
to the rest of the party for
long?"
amusing
jj5
time.
some
t
1
xcv
Telegrams
^^'
Materials
many
Required
as
lead-pencils
Pencils and paper
are
asked
the
playersare
the
alphabet.These
The
are
pad of paper
players.
and
distributed,
each to
give a
lettersevery
party writes in sequence
sheet of paper.
:
there
A
at the
;
as
ten of
letterof
playerof
the
top of his or her
hostess then
"I
announces
111
j#
wm
"
The
,i
begin
.o
consecutive
Letters
Telegram
kitten
on
as
"
given,in
letters
S, A, Q, T, L, N, K, M, B, E.
quickly
Lizzie
; tell
nothing
;
by expressman."
be
subject may
a
ten
:
Send arnica
"
:
mutilated
Or
:
telegram,the
a
tlie ten
with
order, as
given
Games
of
is to write
i'l'^ieveryone
words
Booh
all to write
given for
accident, a proposal of marriage,
an
condolences,
congratulations,
or
ment.
appoint-
an
XCVI
Boston
Materials
twice
a"^
This
Required
sheets
many
fop of his
so
on
alphabet.
or
in
No.
paper.
her
are
as
there
pencils and
are
players.
suggests, is
name
1
circle,each
a
more
with
writes the letter A
No.
paper;
until each has
All
many
ordinary telegrams.
seated
players are
and
the
As
:
of paper
its
as
game,
difficult than
and
Telegrams
then
a
2, B;
The
cil
pen-
at the
3, C;
No.
different letter of the
asked
to write
a
tele-
I
Postman
with
the
letter
same
"
time
The
paper.
in answer,
begin with
example
First
asks
in it to
written
one
begin
each
-n
is fifteen mum'
each
s.
telegram
write
mus^
a
of ^'le ten words
one
every
hii
passes
right-hand neighbor,who
telegram
to
the
allowed
this is done
When
to his
of the ten words
one
every
gram,
153
the letter first assignedhim.
For
:
telegram
affection
Second
"
:
and
American, ardent
Adorable
appreciation ;
bore, begone;
bright
affirmatively."
answer
telegram, answering
British
Blundering
"
:
banker
Boston
admirer
brings
betrothal
bracelet."
XCVII
Postman
Materials
and
towns
This
by
an
for
Required
as
is
an
there
List
volunteers
many
cities
large
kerchief.
hand-
of as
a
s
be
may
played
adapted
number, being specially
large party.
blindfolded,and
u
:
players
excitinggn.me and
unlimited
a
are
One
of the
he is called the
players is
Postman,
to fillthe office of
other
an-
Postmaster,
"l'A.!i -^n,IJWi."j".W.WW|
h
I
The
154
and
the
furniture
much
as
chairs must
to each
would
be
placed in
the
I have
sent
for
Haven,"
"I'
if he
them, and
sit down
caught
in
or
of the
then
room,
he
calls out,
St. Louis
the
the
man
blind Post-
to New
players representing
tries to capture
the Postman
run
and
case
cities quicklychange places. As
thobe
I'.
He
It
town.
positionwhere
letter from
exanple,
empty
hand,
placesbefore-
the centre
a
of
assigns
players,in
are
players.
a
cityor
listof
takes
the Postmaster
overlook
a
a
fails. The
memory
cleared
Postmaster
of
name
there
as
many
is next
they
The
be well to prepare
Postmaster's
"
left.
been
has
possible). No
as
playerthe
as
and
playersseat themselves
(which
room
Games
of
all the rest of the
around
can
Book
do this
can
or
can
one
of
manage
to
empty chair,the playerwho
an
chair
whose
he
has
taken
is
becomes
Postman.
The
grows
easy
is not
Postmaster
tired of
one,
as
the different
he
his
changed
position,which
must
call the
mails
unless
he
is not
an
between
places in quick succession.
player remains
seated when
he is
take
obligedto
his
name
the Postman's
If
a
is called
place.
i
Barber
Shop
155
XCVIII
Barber
of
gentleman
One
Shop
the
partyis selected to
the victim in this game.
He
another
three
room
where he
standingbehind
small
boy who
a
sees
is invited into
sofa,and
ens
maidlovely
does not
and asks which he will
have,a
His
hair cut } "
or
"
where he is seated ; and
leans
boy rises,
sofa,and kisses him
quicklyback
a
at
choice
a
over
on
the
shop,
shave,sham-'
pressed,
beingex-
he is blindfoldedand led to the
small
see
is concealed back of the sofa.
The leader tellshim that this is a Barber
poo,
be
sofa,
the
givensignal
the back of the
cheek, dodging
before the blindfolded one
can
tear off the handkerchief.
there ismuch
and the
merriment
of
feelings
tl)evictim are betterimagined
than described.
\-.
Needless to say,
among the spectators,
1
1
The
iS6
Book
Games
of
XCIX
Lady
Royal
This
though
game,
twisted
a
circle
saying
of
gamesome
to
his
Royal
Lady
Gentleman,
to
that
say
Good-
"
Gentleman)
I,
Royal
a
and
begins by
neighbor,
from
I have
three
or
One
(or
come
two
taining,
enter-
lamplighters,
or
hand
highly
but
people.
right
Royal
evening,
horns
paper
is
new,
requires nothing
and
aozen
not
a
man
Gentle-
ostrich."
an
m
The
hand
lady
neighbor,
I,
to
wooden
Each
a
lady
something
to
to
whatever
from
come
that
1 have
whether
they
and
right-
man;
Gentle-
Royal
a
ostrich
an
with
player
who
has
with
decorated
must
been
makes
be
a
only varying
addressing
are
each
description
the
animal
thereafter
Lady,
gentleman,
or
be
her
-evening, Royal
repe^it this formula,
must
according
must
say
to
says
leg."
it
first
in turn
Good
"
Royal
a
Gentleman,
a
addressed
of
time
spoken
mistake
a
addressed
of.
or
"
or
The
omission
horn;
paper
as
adding
ostrich,
the
a
One-horned
and
Horn
Lady
or
Gentleman."
most
of
i\v
when
if there
is the
winner.
Monkey
The
-'ayers
be
are
who
one
157
game
till
on
goes
bristling with
horns,
is
or
hornless, he
i
she
"i!
Horn
is said
Chicago
It is
Monkey.
players
of
one
the
"
Bear
and
it goes
circle, each
*'
fail to
the
There
the
more
to
"
the
apt
to
left
the
no
sequence
merrier
by
several
!
"
says
ing
nam-
A,"
"
when
of
Horn
Ape,
order
and
the
adding
any
derisively
thereafter
one
as
the
Should
called
asks
around
in correct
Monkey"
be
leader
initial is B),
whose
given,
is
Hon
circle of
A
game
next.
he
and
Horn
in
the
been
comes
this
in
say
are
the
start
of
initial letter is
have
Monkey,"
break
or
alphabetically
initial
fail
Horn
hostess
player repeating
whose
player
the
animal
on
which
animals
:
to
other
(or any
home
follows
player
next
the
as
whose
animal
so
one
and
company
The
Ape.
be
to
played
is formed
an
Monkey
he
animals'
a
must
to
comes
names.
Monkeys,
and
PART
GAMES
FOR
111
SPECIAL
OCCASIONS
f
m
1
;g
'I
ii
11
'i
I
CII
New
Year's
Materials
sheets
Required
of paper
For
is New
his
write
to
year
;
if
or,
resolutions
and
her
good
a
gestion
sugand
Pencils
is asked
guest
every
for
write
to
those
(or
1st,
resolutions
preferred,
and
given
one
resolutions.
out,
or
for
or
January
Year's
brought
are
paper
party,
of
days
pencils
many
players.
are
Year's
few
a
As
:
there
as
New
a
within
Resolutions
the
new
else's
someone
else
someone
ought
to
^
signed
make),
folded,
then
apiece,
aloud
of
day
first
This
papers
then
and
are
drawn,
in
each
have
which
example
For
her.
or
and
placers,
resolutions
the
The
person.
collected,
the
by
that
by
one
reads
turn
to
come
him
:
18
January,
resolve
I
to
follow
"
,
these
I.
rules
If
for
the
be
I can't
chew
II.
I will
III.
I must
walk
IV.
I must
stop
V.
Walk
around
coming
)
lay
right
in
smoking
the
honest
as
taffy with
more
with
:
I'll be
honest,
1
year
block
my
before
I
can.
imported
my
foot
as
the
on
sleep
;
and,
rising.
left
ivories
side.
The
Book
Games
of
cm
St.
Materials
to
the
Required
detailed
iht
As
If
guests
your
ask
to
valentines
other
each
valentines
have
turkey-red
fastened
other.
silk
enable
"s
walks
each
to
m
a
top
ribbon
or
the
to
one
one
and
to
each
everyone
of
the
side
and
of
to
gentleman
Irdy
for
the
is
hostess
from
Wiien
asks
the
to
(easy
those
one
on
At
cord
sofa-pillow
cotton),
evening
the
the
attached,
it
of
another
take
lady
one
has
a
players
to
to
on
a
of
ing
be-
the
red
large enough
to
her
her
a
the
loop
as
arm
she
guests, asking
addressed
gentleman.
valentine
read
to
of
a
on
to
the
fashion
ladies'
valentine
a
and
them
"
the
gentlemen
heart
hang
of
some
collected, pin
i uu
tines
valen-
arrived
have
do
will
more
or
near
party.
you
appointed
all
AJi:i
red-heart
huge
one
specially appropriate
guests.
games.
draws
people
the
on
referred
following
Valentine's
St.
a
write
to
is
February
clever
are
bring
to
plan
will
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of
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reader
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perhaps
well
Day
Valentine's
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the
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she
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this
and
aloud,
Valentine's
is
guests
your
delightfully amusing.
TO
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and
airs
Pray
remember
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the
Sought
crime
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creme
manners,
and
walking
on
well
the
purple
born.
pitying
with
neighbor
soul
and
paces,
your
roll
high-rollers
Thompson,
now,
"
viewing
were
voice,
and
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:
worn.
dissatisfied
your
stilts
with
ever
you
aspiring
your
this game
VALENTINE
sported
us
and
example
weary
large-hearted
your
voice
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la
soothe
to
are
de
of
are
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valen-
informal,
an
lately have
you
some
some
lauding
You
graces
that
because
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the
we're
all
the
find
is
HIS
FROM
humble;
be
Thompson,
is
will
Here
THOMPSON,
with
party
friends, you
are
163
turn, until
is made
If your
heart.
in
done,
round
another
Day
know
you
it's
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not
mellow,
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than
more
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yet
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roar
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high-stepping
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journeys
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out,
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And
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here,
these
on
words,
humble,
the
again.
bad
be
Game
dear
my
will
modest,
Club
be
will
as
draw
a
and
you
"
satire
!
on
credit
the
house.
and
I trust
truthful
dub
to
still
fellow,
courses
are
tape
be
of
bassoon
charged
your
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piece
bursted
know
all
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a
we
like, 'mid
the
your
horses
Europe
to
if you
at
like
church
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out
loon
mild
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swallowed
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mouse.
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tight
will
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rein.
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kompson
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prize
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test
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target with
heart-shaped
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for
highly appropriate
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bow
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small
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of
and
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gilded
gay
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dart.
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for
frame
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it should
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small
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of it
by
way
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gilt-paper
of
a
shoot
gent'.emen
receives
shot
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and
paper
and
ladies
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eye.
as
in the
pasted
heart
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with
bull's-
in turn,
sofa-pillow
heart
prize.
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Compliments
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restful
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name
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name
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must
first letter
:
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example
claim
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reply,
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ter
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adjectives."
is
and
gentleman
a
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of
one
compliment,
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ceives
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on
some
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her
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name.
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pay
the
gentleman
paper,
lady
a
then
to
go
must
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using
host
and
which
of
name
to
card
slip of
or
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party.
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a
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deal
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on
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described
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out
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shape
trouble
and
to
who
to
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replied
or
taken
wishes, and
one
this
the
this
question,
in
is
compliment
and
reply,
given
have
vote
a
Birthday
elsewhere,
white
hearts, red
candy
(which
messages
place of peanuts
are
follow
may
to
are
obtainable
be
per.
sup-
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in
hidden
in
at almost
any
,
small
confectioner's.
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Washington's
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priate
appro-
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or
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will
the
be
party is
over.
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Materials
April
Required
Fool's
for
When
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tricks
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to
person
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First
ment
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table
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colors
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end
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very
of
not
are
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has
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think
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toy,
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of
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Required
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to
the
To
detailed
deviate
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on
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day
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or
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but
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customs
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traditions
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to
box
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of
ticker
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and
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one
live
profession
navy
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