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AMERICAN BIGHORN SHEEP

Discussion. 1. This is a story of ranch life; what picture of the round-up does the author give? 2. Can you give a reason for branding the range cattle? 3. Describe the ranch-house. 4. Why does the author call the democracy of the round-up "healthy"? 5. Notice what he says about "laggards and idlers"; do you think Roosevelt did his share of the work? If the hardest and most unpleasant task had fallen to him, how would he have performed it? 6. What reason for hunting does the author give? 7. How did Roosevelt's life on the ranch differ from the life of the ordinary cowboy? What do you think of his way of dividing his time while,on the ranch? Was it a wise plan? Was it easy to follow? What temptations to irregularity do you think he .met? What qualities must Roosevelt have had to make him hold to such a course? 8. Compare Roosevelt's way of breaking a colt with the cowboy's way. Compare the results obtained. 9. Why did the chase of the bighorn attract Roosevelt? '"'hat do you think are the "manliest qualities of the hunter"? How does the chase of the bighorn test these qualities? Are these qualities possessed by hunters only? What other circumstances in life test these qualities? 10. Where are the Bad Lands? Locate them on a map. Why were they given this name? Read aloud lines that give the most vivid description of the "heart of the Bad Lands." Read aloud the description of the valley in the midst of the wilderness. 11. Tell the story of the hunt for mountain sheep, giving the main incidents under the following topics: (a) the preparation and first day; (b) the chase and the conclusion. 12. You will find Hagedorn's The Boys' Life of Theodore Roosevelt an interesting biography. 13. Find in the Glossary the following: round-up; cow-puncher; corral; bottom; prongbuck; sheer; picketed; loom; quarry. 14. Pronounce: buttes;. fortnight; haunting; route; plateau; canon; leisure; gorge; supple; wary; clamber.

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