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by G. S. Ripley

The Director goes into some woods where there is excellent cover, and blows his whistle. The boys stalk him, all trying to get as near to him as possible without being seen. He blows his whistle every few minutes to indicate his position. If he sees any one he directs that person to stand up. After a suitable time he calls, "All up," and the boy nearest to him is the winner:

Variation: The man who is being stalked is blindfolded. He stands in the brush where plenty of dry branches render it difficult to approach him. An umpire stands beside him. If he hears any one he points in that direction and says, "There!" The umpire directs the proper man to drop out of the game. The boy who first touches the listener is the winner, and acts in his place for the next game.

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Attention ] Capture the Flag ] Compass Pointing ] Cops and Robbers ] Crazy Abyssinian King ] Escaped Convict ] Find the Scoutmaster ] Follow the Trail ] Guard the Staves ] Hidden Patrol ] Hunt the Scout ] Identification ] Kelly Says ] Kim's Game ] Lion Hunt (Improved) ] Living Compass ] Lost Battalion ] Nature Race Scavenger Hunt ] Nature Study Scavenger Hunt ] Quick Commands ] Rabbit Hole ] Reading Maps ] Rival Dispatch Bearers ] Running the Blockade ] Scout Meets Scout ] Scouts & Indians ] Siberian Man Hunt ] Cross Country Signal Race ] Bill Sikes and his Airplane ] Smugglers Over the Border ] Smuggling the Gold ] Snow Fort Attack ] [ Stalking ] Tails ] Taking Cover ] Tracking For Points ] Treasure Hunt ] Treasure Train ] Ambushing the Wagon Train ] War Scouting ]

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