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26 three 9 three alternately sidewise angle of 45 arm horizontally sidewise arm thrown horizontally arm up sidewise Arms alternately perpendicular Arms extended horizontally arms folded back to position Bring closed hands chest d close hands three directly in front elbow and wrist elbow on desk ELIOT SCHOOL extended horizontally sidewise fist clenched following three forearm horizontal HAIL COLUMBIA hand on chest hand on shoulder hand open Hands by side hands tightly closed Head resting horizontal and parallel horizontally in front Left arm perpendicular left foot lowering the shoulder muscles relaxed muscles tense parallel in front perpendicular and back physical exercises Place right foot position 18 three position 26 position 9 Repeat the following Right arm horizontally Right arm perpendicular right hand directly right three Sit erect Snap fingers standing positions straight at elbow Strike hands Throw hands directly Throw left hand Throw right hand upper arm horizontal wrist straight
Page 10 - ... touching the seam of the pantaloons ; the head well up, without being constrained ; the chin a little drawn in, the breast projecting to the front; and the eyes fixed on the ground at the distance of fifteen paces to the front.
Page 15 - Arms alternately perpendicular, and back to No. 32, three times each. Fingers on shoulders, same as in No. 32. Fig. 7 (a). Right arm horizontally sidewise, and back to No. 37, three times. Fig. 7 (e). Left arm horizontally sidewise, and back to No. 37, three times. Fig. 7 (/). Both arms together horizontally sidewise, and back to No. 37, three times. Fig.
Page 36 - Another very agreeable and useful exercise for the vocal organs is the repetition of the vowel sounds with positions, so that the first and each alternate sound shall be accented, and each accented sound dwelt upon as J~ng as two unaccented, the pvitions made to conform to the time and accentuation of each vowel.