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lenges, etc., for coup. On 10 occasions as above, for grand coup. III-IV Recite the Battle Hymn of the Republic, first 2 and last 2 paragraphs of the Declaration of Independence, the Preamble t0 the Constitution, and Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Recite 5 poems or prose selections, relating to the outdoors or other eminently Woodcraft subjects, aggregat- ing in all 200 lines. Either for coup; both for grand coup. III-IV Tell entertainingly a different story on each of 10 dif— ferent occasions, to take not less than 10 minutes each. Write an original story of not less than 2000 words, and read it to a group which declares it interesting. Either for coup; both for grand coup. Write an original play, based on a folk legend, to in- clude at least 1 dance; to take not less than 15 minutes to present. Write an original pantomime, based on some historical or legendary story, and train it so it can be pre— sented, same to take not less than 5 minutes to present. Either for coup; both for grand coup. III-IV

LITERATURE

Read the Talmud, and make a digest of it, in not less than 2000 words, for coup. Not less than 5000 words, for grand coup. III As above for Old Testament. III As above for New Testament. III As above for Apocrypha. III As above for Koran. III As above for Zoroaster. III As above for Confucius. 111 As above for Edwin Arnold’s “Life of Buddha.” 111 As above for Papini’s ”Christ," or equivalent. III Make a digest, in 2000 words, of either of the follow- ing for coup; both for grand coup. James’ “Psychology.” Hall’s “Youth." 111 As above for 2 of the following for coup; 3 for grand coup: Plato’s “Dialogues," “Golden Sayings of Epictetus,” “Meditations” of Marcus Aurelius. III As above for either of the following for coup; 2 for grand coup: Iliad, Odyssey, and Aeneid. III 103