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In this game a player stands blindfolded and another player comes up

and taps him. The one who is "it" then gives a penalty, such as "climb

a tree or run to the corner and back," and then tries to guess who it

was that tapped him. The one tapped must answer some question so that

he may be recognized by his voice or laugh. If "it" is correct in his

guess, the player must do as directed, but if his guess is wrong he

must do it himself. The result of this game is that the blindfolded

player will measure the severity of his "forfeits," or "penalties," to

his certainty of guessing correctly the name of the player.





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