STRAY SYLLABLES.





Prepare long strips of paper on which the guests are requested to

write several words of three or more syllables, leaving spaces between

each syllable.



When this is done, cut up the words into the syllables and mix

thoroughly. Then each player draws three syllables and tries to

construct a word.



If a word can't be made of all three syllables, maybe it can be made

of two, but if it is then impossible to construct a word, the player

must wait until the rest draw three syllables again, and perchance he

may be able to construct two words, using the syllables he could not

use before.



The one constructing the most words, wins the game.





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