Honors, Degrees, and Indian Names 115 Class III. Blue Honors. NATURE STUDY — VERTEBRATES (Revised by Frank M. Chapman, of the American Museum of Natural History, New York City,) Know and name correctly 25 native wild quadrupeds, for coup; know and name correctly 50, and tell something about each, for grand coup. Know and draw unmistakable pictures of 25 tracks of our four-foot animals, for coup; of 50 for grand coup. Know and name correctly 100 of our native birds as seen mounted in a museum, the female and young to count separately, when they are whoUy different from the male. This counts coup; 200 birds for grand coup. Know and name correctly 50 wild birds in the field; this counts coup; 100, grand coup. Recognize 50 wild birds by note, for coup; 100 for grand coup. Know and name 10 turtles for coup; 20 for grand coup, with something interesting about each. Know and name 10 difiEerent snakes, tell which are poi- sonous, for coup; 20 snakes for grand coup. Know and name correctly 10 Batrachians for coup; 20 for grand coup. Know and name 25 fish for coup; 50 fish for grand coup. NATURE STUDY — LOWER FORMS OF LIFE (Revised by John Burroughs.) Know and name 25 native land and fresh-water shells, for coup; 50 for grand coup. Know and name 25 moths, for coup; 50 for grand coup. Know and name 25 butterflies, for coup; 50 for grand coup. Know and name 50 other insects for coup; 100 for grand coup.
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