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other. They describe, for instance, several games which can be

played withont difficulty or damage in rooms. These come under the head of "Games for Small Spaces." Then there are "Games in Larger Spaces." Further on we find excellent advice on the "Three C's "—Co-operation, Cleanliness, and Clothing—and a very equitable summing up of a case often argued, never with a definite result, Games v. Gymnastics. This is a volume of the "Imperial Athletic Library," and likely to be of great use.