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by Ernest Thompson Seton

Each player receives on a slip of paper a number and the name of an animal. e. g., 1, elephant, 2, mouse. The leader calls on each player in turn to come forward and draw on a blackboard the animal named on his slip. One minute is given to execute each drawing. The other players try to guess the animal on the board and write their guess, correctly numbered, on papers provided for the purpose. 

When the list has been completed the leader reads the correct list aloud and the players correct their mistakes. If there are not many artists present, the results are apt to be startling.  

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