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THE FOUR-TRACK

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CONTENTS FOR DECEMBER The Scholarly Mind ............................................ FRANCIS RAMALEY The Library a Living Force ......

.....J. E. VANCE Some Fundamental Facts in Determining a Teacher's Professional Worth ELMERS. REDMAN Types of Methods in Discipline Suited to Different Grades and to Pupils of Different Temperament......

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