Athlete vs. Mathlete by W. C. Mack

By W. C. Mack

Owen Evans lighting up the scoreboards. His brother, Russell, rocks the college forums. those dual brothers couldn't be extra varied. They've lengthy saved the peace by way of going their separate methods, yet all that's approximately to alter. the hot basketball trainer recruits Russell for the 7th grade staff and a jealous Owen has to struggle to stick within the video game. whilst an individual attempts to thieve Russell's spot as captain of the mathlete group, will the 2 manage to set aside their modifications so that it will keep his place? Or will they be sidelined?

Perfect for fanatics of Matt Christopher and Andrew Clements alike, this can be a lighthearted and hilarious examine what occurs while brains meets brawn meets basketball.

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23-4, 74. 93 xiv B. L. )-117 ≏ O, §§ 118-208 < Σ; see above, p. xxiv. 51819, where UAK omit Caduallo … accepit et, it restores sense in the same way as 8, by adding habuit uxorem et. For its text up to § 117 cf. 132, 9, 210. 94 xiii/xiv B. L. Cotton Titus A XXV Fragment < ∆. 95 xii/xiii B. L. Cotton Titus A XXVII Second Variant. 96 xii B. L. Cotton Titus C XVII Twin of 23. See above, p. xviii. 97 < 76. xiv B. L. Cotton Vesp. A XXIII 98 xiii-xiv B. L. Cotton Vesp. 431 diffugie- ≏ Y, rest (new quire and hand) < Σ ≏ 118, 132.

In his edition, pp. lxxix, cxv, Wright speaks of conflation with the Second Variant but gives no details; I have not checked, because the matter is of no consequence for the present edition. The text of §§ 1-3 added in a 16th-century hand thought likely to be Matthew Parker’s came from another manuscript that he owned, no. 35. ) ≏ M with heavy contamination from ∆, then ≏ K. 6 xiii Aberystwyth Llanstephan 176 (Phillipps 9162) ≏ 69 but with heavy contamination from ∆; §§ 1-5 and 109-10 < Φ. 7 xv Aberystwyth Llanstephan 196 §§ 1-108 < G, rest ≏ G.

The First Variant (W) can be added, because it does not recast the text; but as the witnesses to it sometimes have the same variants as the rest of the tradition, I cite it only where they agree (a lazy substitute, I admit, for working out which reading to treat as primary). Despite the agreement of WYG in a few passages, I have thought it better not to assume that their common source was Φ. There are two complications: some manuscripts of De gestis Britonum that I do not use (nos. 116 exercebit/exacuet.

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