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Identifier: newgamesamusemen00nuge
Title: New games and amusements for young and old alike
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Nugent, Meredith Smedley, Victor J
Subjects: Amusements
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page & Company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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AN EVER-MOVING, EVER-LENGTHENING. EVER-VARYIKG,TWISTING, WRITHING SHAPE. THE SOAP-BUBBLERS RECEPTION Allan Poe. When Phil and Harry, togetherwith their assistants, gave themselves up fullyto this exhibition of monsters, the stage lookedas though peopled by one of the hobgoblinraces. Sometimes great bubbles, five feet incircumference, would snap off the end of thesesoap-bubble dragons, and sometimes a numberof very small ones. In length they varied fromtwo to eight feet—that is, measurement in astraight line. Could all the windings and twist-ings have been taken into consideration, theywould have been found far longer. Phil now turned his attention to the hoopsand rings again, and drew forth storms ofapplause by some wonderful film tricks.One in particular, the giant letter S, was espec-ially brilliant. It looked like a serpentine tongueof flame, and the manner in which Phil whirledthe flashing light above his head fairly thrilledthe audience. Placing the ring aside, he picked up a c

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Staff Sgt. Jay Hocker, the operations noncommissioned officer for 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, left, and Capt. Ron Youngblood, right, the assistant fire support officer for 1st BCT, 1st CD put up a map in preparation for the combined arms live fire exercise at Grafenwoehr Army Base, Germany, June 26 (U.S. Army photo by Capt. John Farmer, 1st BCT, 1st CD Public Affairs).