Man sneaking into the bedroom so he doesn't waken his wife
Two men in Top hats
Bunch of men all reading newspapers
Forest travellers are always on the lookout for peculiar landmarks that they will recognize if they see them again. Oddly shaped trees, rocks, or stumps, the direction of watercourses and trails, the position of the sun, all these things will help us to find our way out of the woods when a less observing traveller who simply tries to remember the direction he has travelled may become terrified.
In mounting, stand on the left side and place the left foot in the stirrup. Swing the right leg over the horse and find the right stirrup with the toe just as quickly as possible. Do not jerk a restless horse or otherwise betray your excitement if he starts. Let him see by your calmness that he too should be calm.
The position of the men on a team is generally as the diagram shows but for various plays other formations are used, provided that they do not violate the rules, which specify just how many men must be in the lineup and how many are permitted behind the line.
The hockey player's costume
The football uniform
Just before the ball is struck
Jumping fences is the highest art of horsemanship
At the top of the swing
The simplest way to catch minnows is with a drop net. Take an iron ring or hoop such as children use and sew to it a bag of cotton mosquito netting, half as deep as the diameter of the ring. Sew a weight in the bottom of the net to make it sink readily and fasten it to a pole. When we reach the place which the minnows frequent, such as the cove of a lake, we must proceed very cautiously, lowering the net into the water and then baiting it with bits of bread or meat, a very little at a time, until we see a school of bait darting here and there over the net. We must then give a quick lift without any hesitation and try to catch as many as possible from escaping over the sides. The minnow bucket should be close at hand to transfer them to and care must be used not to injure them or allow them to scale themselves in their efforts to escape.
Addressing the golf ball before starting the swing
A landing net should be a part of every fishing outfit. More fish are lost just as they are about to be lifted from the water than at any other time. A gaff is used for this same purpose with fish too large to go into a landing net. A gaff is a large hook without a barb fastened into a short pole. If you have no net or gaff and have succeeded in bringing a large fish up alongside the boat, try to reach under him and get a firm grip in his gills before you lift him on board. If it is a pickerel, look out for his needle-like teeth.
A heavy net is useful to capture aquarium specimens
The wrong way to mount a horse—facing forward
Prisoner standing in the dock
Man explaining some scientific principle to another man who is not yet convinced
Man coming to the door in a snowstorm
Man intently watching something
Excited man shouting
Gentleman smoking a cigar
Man wringing his hands in anticipation of making some money
Man carrying a top hat
Man standing in a patronizing stance
Man smoking a cigar
Man on the stage
Man reading on stage
Man looking at the money in his hand
Man looking up from his reading and smiling
European man with hat in hand shrugging
Unhappy man with cigar
Man in pub having a beer
Bartender looking at beer
Man cleaning his glasses with a handkerchief
Man with long beard
Man laying in bed with someone (his conscience) encouraging him to get up
Man with beard
Playing ice hockey
Meeting at the crossroads - Two men on horses, one with a gun
Gentlemen in hats
Man with umbrella
Zimmerman and his machine
Old Mans Head
Baseball player throwing the ball
On the other side of High Street stands St. John's Episcopal Church, the lot for which was given in 1796 by the Deakins' family. Reverend Walter Addison of Prince Georges County, Maryland, had visited George Town in 1794 and 1795 and held occasional services, so a movement was started to build a church. Among the subscribers were Thomas Jefferson and Dr. Balch.
Silhouette of man
Man filling up his glass
Man with Monocle
Two men sitting in the garden chatting
Young man listening to an authority figure explaining why he is not getting something.
Footballer running forward - front view