Biographic Cartoons

Each individual is given a cardboard 12x15 inches, an old magazine,

containing numerous ads, a pair of scissors, and is instructed to write

the biography of his right hand neighbor, using the advertisements cut

from the papers to illustrate the same. In writing the biography as few

words should be used as possible. The biographical sketch should be

placed upon the cardboard. Mucilage should be available for the purpose

of sticking on the illustrations, and pens and pencils for the

necessary writing. Some award can be given to the one making the best


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