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Outdoor Sports and Games

Claude H. Miller

1. 01 - Part 01
2. 02 - Part 02
3. 03 - Part 03
4. 04 - Part 04
5. 05 - Part 05
6. 06 - Part 06
7. 07 - Part 07
8. 08 - Part 08
9. 09 - Part 09
10. 10 - Part 10
11. 11 - Part 11
12. 12 - Part 12
13. 13 - Part 13
14. 14 - Part 14

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Summary

The Library of Work and Play, OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESBy CLAUDE H. MILLER, PH.B.INTRODUCTORY The human body a perfect machine--How to keep well--Outdoor sleeping--Exercise and play--Smoking--Walking Suppose you should wake up Christmas morning and find yourself to be the owner of a bicycle. It is a brand-new wheel and everything is in perfect working order. The bearings are well oiled, the nickel is bright and shiny and it is all tuned up and ready for use. If you are a careful, sensible boy you can have fun with it for a long time until finally, like the One Hoss Shay in the poem, it wears out and goes to pieces all at once. On the other hand, if you are careless or indifferent or lazy you may allow the machine to get out of order or to become rusty from disuse, or perhaps when a nut works loose you neglect it and have a breakdown on the road.