Riding the Snail

A group is divided into two equal teams. These two teams line up in

parallel lines about six feet apart, back to back. A safety line is

drawn at each end of the field about twenty-five yards from where the

teams line up. One team is designated as the "head" team; the other as

the "tail" team. The leader tosses a coin. If the coin falls with head

up, he calls "heads." Thereupon tails run across their safety line

while heads endeavor to tag them before they succeed. Succeeding in

doing this the man tagged has to carry the tagger upon his back to the

original place of line-up and the coin is again flipped. Should it fall

with tail up, tails chase heads to the safety line at the other end of

the playing space.

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