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Pom-Pom

Pom-Pom is a game played in a pool. It consists of having one
person as "it" in the pool, and the rest of the players standing on
the edge. The object is to get to the other side of the pool by
diving and swimming, and not be touched by "it." If one makes it to
the other side, he/she yells "Pom-Pom," and is safe. If one is
touched in an attempt to make it to the other side, he/she becomes
"it."

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; SAGINAW

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Water Ice Snow

Date learned: 00001976CA

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