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ted arm and club of Fig. 11, corresponding to that of No. 38, the backs of the bands being down and the thumbs toward the front.

No. 41.–First Movements. The motions are made directly up into the position of the rear elevated arm. Employ the Third Variety, p. 262.

NINTH SERIES.

First Position. No. 42.—The instructor will command: 1. Arm and Hand Erer. cise ; 2. Ninth Series; 3. First-PositION. Music for the move ments of this position on p. 158.

No. 43.- At the third command, the student will take the position of Fig. 12.

No. 44.First Movements -In. At this command, both clubs, turning in toward the head, are simultaneously brought down upon the arms, as shown by the arm a, Fig. 13, and elevated into the commencing position four times; then, at the command, Out, both clubs are simultaneously turned out

Fig. 12, sidewise into a horizontal position, as shown by the arm B, four times ; then, at А the command, AlTERNATE, four of these simultaneous motions from the position are made by alternation, first the inner one ; and finally, at the

Fro. 13. command, Both, eight combined motions (formed by the union of the inner and outer motions) are made the entire distance, the first commencing from, and only the eighth terminating at, the commencing position.

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No. 45.- Second Movements. The first motions of this class are made toward the front by simultaneously turning both clubs down into the position of the arm c, Fig. 13; the second, to the rear, as shown by the arm D. The number and order of the motions are the same as in No. 44. The commands of execution are, Front, Rear, ALTERNATE, Both.

No. 46.Third Movements. The first motions of the third class are made by simultaneously turning both clubs into a horizontal position to the right, the club in the right hand passing out into the position of the arm b, Fig. 13, and that in the left hand into the position of the arm A ; the second motions are made in like manner to the left. The commands of execution are, Right, LEFT, ALTERNATE, Both. Employ the same Variety as in No. 44.

No. 47.- Fourth Movements. The first motions of the fourth class are made from the position by simultaneously turning the righthand club to the front and the left-hand club to the rear, as represented by the arms c and d, Fig. 13; the second, by simultaneously turning the left-hand club to the front and the right-hand club to the rear in like manner. Employ the same Variety as in No. 44.

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Second Position. No. 48.—At the command, Second-Position, the student will take the position of the solid part of Fig. 2.

No. 49.- First, Second, Third, and Fourth Movements. The four classes of movements of this position correspond respectively to those of Nos. 44, 45, 46, and 47, and the motions are made in like manner.

TENTH SERIES.

First Position. .
No. 50.—The instructor will command: 1. Arm and Hand
Exercise ; 2. Tenth Series (Contracted Circles at arm's length);
3. First-Position.

No. 51.–At the third command, the student will take the position of Fig. 14.

No. 52.- First Movements (Front Circles). All the circles of the Tenth Series are described with both clubs simultaneously by the action of the wrists, the arms being kept straight. The first motions of this class are front inner circles, both clubs first passing toward the head, thus describing circles like that of Fig. 14, though in a contrary direction from that indicated by the darts; the second, front outer circles, both clubs first passing out, and thus describing circles as indicated in Fig. 14. Employ the Sixth Variety, p. 263.

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No. 53. — Second Movements (Rear Circles). This class of movements only differs from that of No. 52 in describing the circles to the rear of the arms.

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Second Position. No. 54.–At the command, Second-Position, the student will take the position of the solid part of Fig. 2.

No. 55.- First and Second Movements (Side Circles). These two classes of movements correspond respectively to those of Nos. 52 and 53, the circles being described by the sides of the arms.

No. 56.- Third and Fourth Movements. The circles of the third class are described at the right of each arm, the first motions being inner circles, the clubs first passing toward the body. Employ the Eighth Variety, p. 263.—The fourth class only differs from the third in describing the circles at the left of each arm.

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ELE VENTH SERIES.

First Position. No. 57.-The instructor will command : 1. Arm and Hand Exer. cise; 2. Eleventh Series; 3. First-Position.

No. 58.–At the third command, the student will take the position of Fig. 15, which corresponds to that of No. 54, p. 317.

No. 59.-First Movements. This class of movements only differs from that of No. 55, p. 317, in being executed with Indian clubs, as indicated in Fig. 15.

Fig. 15. Second, Third, and Fourth Positions. No. 60.-At the command, Second -Position, the student will hold the clubs in the position of Fig. 16, the righthand one above the left, and the backs

Fig. 16. of the hands up. The third position is that of Fig. 17, in which the clubs are vertical, and the backs of the hands to the front: the fourth is that of Fig. 18, in which the palms are to the front.

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Fig. 18. These three positions correspond respectively to those of Nos. 56 and 58, p. 318, and the class of movements of each position only differs in being executed with Indian clubs.

COMBINED EXERCISES.

FIRST SERIES.

First Position. No. 61.-While the exercises of this general division are combinations of what is technically called ARM AND HAND EXERCISE, they really bring into play, in the most desirable and pleasing manner, all the muscles and joints. The instructor will command: 1. Combined Exercises; 2. First Series (Half Circles); 3. First

Positioned Exercises; 2. Pints. The instructor and pleasing man

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No. 62.-At the third command, the student will take the position of the solid part of Fig. 19, in which the right arm is extended

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