Scouting, Volume 21, Number 1, January 1933 Page: 346
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CHARLES f. SMITH
GAMES & RECREATIONAL METHODS
CONTAINS 711 GAMES
I HIS comprehensive volume is the
result of 15 years of experience and
research by the author. It repre-
sents the most complete and most
originally arranged selection of
games of all sorts selected from
lists that thousands of Scouters,
graduate students and professional
recreational leaders have presented
as their most successful modern
Dr. James E. West, Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America,
in endorsing the book says:
"Mr Charles F. Smith has been connected with the Boy Scouts of America
for many years. His leadership has always been stimulating and I am
confident, after examining this book, that he has made a real contribution
to this field.
"This material was developed out of fifteen years of actual experience. It
will be very helpful to leaders of Scouts, Sea Scouts, and Cubs, being
adapted to our organization, and because of the extensive field covered,
will be most profitable to all recreational leaders. Indeed, I feel justified
in saying that it is indispensable in any well-equipped bookshelf on the
subject of recreational leadership."
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
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Please send me
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If you have ever read Games and Recreational Methods,
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same subject. Every Scouter should own a copy of it.
SCOUTING Published Monthly by tlhe Boy Scouts of America, 2 Park Avenue, New York. E. S. Martin, Editor. Entered as Second
Class Matter, January 20, 1928 at the Post Office at New York, N. Y., additional entry at the Post Office at Brooklyn, N. Y., under the
Act of March 3, 1879. Copyright, 1932, by Boy Scouts of Americaa. Subscription Price $1.00 a year.
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