The pupils stand in a circle in the center of which is "It"

blindfolded, holding in his hand a blunt stick about 12 or 15 inches

long. Those in the circle dance around two or three times, so that the

blindfolded player may not know their position. At the command "Stand,"

given by the one blindfolded, all must stand still. Thereupon, by

feeling with his stick, "It" tries to discern an individual in the

ring. "It" is forbidden to use his hands, in trying to discover who the

individual is. If he succeeds in guessing, the individual guessed must

take his place. Otherwise he proceeds to some other individual in the

circle whom he tries to identify.

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