Scouting, Volume 78, Number 3, March-April 1990 Page: 2
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GAMES FROM EARLY AMERICA
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LEAPFROG RELAY. Divide den into
two teams. Each team lines up in a
straight line with about Jive feet be-
tween boys. Boys put hands on knees.
On signal, the last boy in line leap-
frogs over all the others. When he gets
to the head of the line, the one who is
now last repeats the action. And so on,
until the line is in its original order.
First team finished wins.
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LOG-ROLLING RELAY. Divide den into
two teams. On signal, first boy on each
team uses dowel or broomstick to roll
log to turning line 20 feet away and
back. Others repeat the action. Logs
may be two-foot sections of six-inch
logs, or make logs from oatmeal boxes
JACK STRAWS. You need about 25-30
six-inch-long drinking straws and a
wire hook. The hook may be made by
straightening a paper clip into J-
shape. Dump all the straws in a pile on
the ground or a table. Players take
turns. Each tries to lift out as many
straws as he can without disturbing
any of the others. When any straw
moves except the one he is trying for,
his turn is over and the next boy plays.
Winner is the one who gets the most
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