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APRIL

40

R4

Published monthly at Cooperstown, New York

for the

Playground and Recreation Association of

America

I Madison Avenue, New York City

Membership
Any person contributing five dollars or more shall be a
member of the Association for the

ensuing year

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The World at Play

1

Construction and Maintenance of Municipal Golf Courses, II; by A. A.
Fisk

8

Henry Ward Beecher on the Social Values of Music

13

Prizes for Photographs

17

A Church Community House

18

Recreation Developments in Detroit

20

A Year of Progress

22

A Year in West Chester, Pennsylvania

23

Community Service in Connersville, Indiana

24

The Socialization of Rural Communities

27

Serving the Rural Women

33

Rural field Days

Rural Tournaments, by F. B. Bomberger

42

llow the Community Service league of Fayette County Promoted the

Community Service Idea

44

The Metamorphosis of a White Elephant, by E. G. l'ordenberg.

46

What Fifteen Hundred People Have Accomplished by Getting Together.. 48

The Janitor Speaks

49

The Spread of the Community Service Spirit

50

Community Service in Small Towns

51

As One Family

52

A Season of Outdoor Activity..

54

The Summer Resort as a Playground, by Henry. S. Curtis, Ph. D.

55

A Modern Swimming Hole

56

A Boy in Camp

57

Framingham's Health Camp for Children

59

Play for Crippled Children

61

Play in Institutions

64

An Outlet for Stifled Play Spirit in a State Reformatory

66

Children Hold Election for Playground Officers

67

A Founders' League of Children, hy Frank 4. Connelly

69

The Adult School Movement in England

Recreation in Denmark

71

New Courses in Baltimore Training School for Recreation Leaders.

72

Fun for the Grown-Ups III

73

Armistice Day in South Bend, Indiana

74

Community Theatre in Poughkeepsie

75

The Revival of Pantomime, by Elizabeth H. Hanley

77

Vational Social Workers' Exchange Broadens Out, by Clarc M. Tousley. $1

Dr. Finley in New Work

83

Playgrounds for Colored America, by ErnsT. Atuell

84

Song of h: Vew (rusaders, by F. A. ('ummings

Book Reviews

91

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or

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Equipment.
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Potomac & De Kalb,

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New York

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