JUDGE AND JURY.





Arrange the children in two rows, facing each other. The judge sits at

one end in the aisle. He asks one of the jury a question (anything he

happens to think of). The one who is questioned must not answer, but

the child sitting opposite him must reply for him, being careful not

to use any of the following words in his answer. Yes, no, black, or

white. Some answer must be given, whether it be sensible, or not.



Whoever fails to answer before the judge counts 10, or answers out of

turn, or uses any of the forbidden words must either pay a forfeit or

become the judge.





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