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Introductory
INTRODUCTORY NOTE.--This game, Dr. Culin states, is played am...

Laws Of The Game Of Double Wicket
"Law, is law," said Evergreen; "laws must be rigidly obeyed, ...

The Serpent's Tail.
This is a Japanese game, and is played this way. All the ch...

Bowing Race
A book is handed to the pupil in the last seat of each aisle....

Stuffed Dates Etc
Very dainty and good sweets can be made without cooking at al...

Our Old Grannie Doesn't Like Tea
All the players sit in a row, except one, who sits in front o...

Hat Game
One of the players has two hats, one he places on his own hea...

Mirror And Apple
Stand in front of mirror in dimly lighted room and eat an app...

Shifting Of Crops

Source: The Book Of Sports
Category: GARDENING.





Crops must not be grown twice in rotation on the same ground. Peas and
beans should be the crop after any of the roots, such as potatoes,
carrots, and parsnips. Cabbages, and plants of that kind, may be sown
and grown intermediately. The best rotation of crops will be found in
any gardening book on the subject, and this the young gardener should
make a subject of some study.





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