Between these plain, worn covers lies a trove of useful information, presented in a brisk, no-nonsense style, with numerous examples and clearly outlined suggestions. Smith became a Scoutmaster in 1910 and instituted the "play-way" method of instruction into the Scouting curriculum, and remained active in many levels of Scouting until his retirement in 1948 (Adapted from: www.thedump.scoutscan.com/bsgames.pdf)
Games and Recreational Methods for Clubs, Camps and Scouts, by Charles F. Smith, Instructor in Scouting and Recreational Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University.
442 Illustrations and Diagrams.
Boy Scout Edition; New York. Dodd, Mead and Company, 1935 edition. Copyright 1924.