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AMERICAN BIGHORN SHEEP

blanket-roll to in front of the saddle-horn, I led the horse until we were clear of the Bad Lands; then mounted him, and was back at the ranch soon after midday. The mutton of a fat young mountain ram, at this season of the year, is delicious.
How to Gain the Full Benefit from Your Reading
If you have read this story carefully, you have no doubt gained a new idea of life on the plains. But if you are to get the full benefit from the selection (or in fact from any story or poem in this Reader), you will need to pause long enough to notice certain things that will give you a better understanding of it. In this book each selection is followed by Notes and Questions that are planned to help you in your reading.
Biography. First, it is always desirable to learn something about the author. When you read, for example, on page 30, that Theodore Roosevelt actually lived the life of a cowboy, and made many hunting trips, you feel that his story of the bighorn sheep will be interesting.
Discussion. Next, if you will read the story so carefully that you can answer the questions given under the topic Discussion (page 31), you will probably find that it is easier to understand certain incidents. For example, you hear much about the word "service" in these days when millions of American soldiers have been serving their country so nobly. But perhaps when you think of the answer to the fifth question on page 31 you will see more clearly than before that men in all walks of life have to obey the commands of a leader and carry out orders faithfully, just as soldiers are required to do.
Glossary. One of the benefits that should result from reading is the learning of new words and the ability to use them. At the end of the Discussion on page 31 you will find a list of words the meaning of which you are to look up in the Glossary (pages 422 to 448) and a second list that you should find out how to pronounce by using the Glossary. Many of these words you may feel certain you know how to pronounce correctly. But perhaps you have been mispronouncing some of them. Look up in the Glossary the words listed under question 14, and you may find that you have been mispronouncing fortnight or route. When you are looking up words in the pro-

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