PANTOMIME.





Give each guest a slip of paper, folded, containing words which can be

acted in pantomime. Each one must keep his a secret, as the rest of

the company guess what he is acting out.



The players sit in a circle, and the one acting in pantomime his

words, stands in the middle where all can see him.



Suppose one had "Dog" on his slip, he would pretend to pet him, call

him, and make him perform. Another might have "Blackberries" and make

all the imaginary motions of picking and eating them, and being caught

on the bushes. If one has "Strawberry shortcake," she can go through

the process of making the imaginary cake, and hulling the berries for

it.



As soon as it is guessed what the player's word is, the rest call it

out.





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