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ANIMAL CHASE

ANIMAL CHASE

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Sunday, 12 October 2008 22:03

ANIMAL CHASE

10 to 30 or more players.

Playground; gymnasium.

Two pens are marked off in distant corners of the playground. One player, called the chaser, stands at one side of one of these[47] pens. The other players stand within the pen that is nearest the chaser. All of the players in the pen are named for different animals, there being several players of each kind. Thus there may be a considerable number each of bears, deer, foxes, etc. The chaser calls the name of any animal he chooses as a signal for the players to run. For instance, he may call "Bears!" whereupon all of the players who represent bears must run across to the other pen, the chaser trying to catch them.

Any player caught before reaching the opposite pen changes places with the chaser.

The particular point of difference between this and some other similar chasing games is that the chaser may not know just which of the players in the pen will start out in response to the name of the animal that he calls.

 
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