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SIMPLE DODGE BALL

THE PLAYERS ARE ARRANGED WITH ABOUT TWO THIRDS OF
THE PLAYERS IN A CIRCLE AND THE REMAINING ONE THIRD
INSIDE THE CIRCLE. THOSE IN THE CIRCLE HAVE A SOFT
BALL WITH WHICH THEY TRY AND HIT THOSE INSIDE
THE CIRCLE. A HIT MUST BE BELOW THE WAIST. WHEN
HE IS HIT, A PLAYER JOINS THE CIRCLE. THE LAST ONE
IN THE CIRCLE WINS THE GAME.

Submitter comment: I LEARNED IN GYM CLASS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

Where learned: NEW YORK ; HAMBURG

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Game Pastime
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