The children are seated on the floor, around a sheet or

tablecloth. This is held tight by the players about 1 1/2 ft. from the

floor, and a feather is placed in the middle.

One is chosen to be out, and at a given signal from the leader, the

feather is blown from one to the other, high and low, never allowed to

rest once.

The player outside runs back and forth, trying to catch the

feather. When he does succeed, the person on whom it rested or was

nearest to, must take his place.

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