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CAN ON THE DUCK

TWO CANS ARE STACKED, ONE ON TOP OF THE OTHER. STONES
ARE THROWN AT THE CAN. IF THE TOP CAN IS NOT KNOCKED
OFF, THE PLAYER MUST GO UP AND GUARD THE CAN. IF
THE NEXT PLAYER KNOCKS OFF THE CAN, THE OTHER PLAYER
IS FREE TO PICK UP THE CAN AND RUN BACK TO HIS STARTING
POSITION. IF HE MAKES IT BACK BEFORE THE OPPOSING
PLAYER CAN TAG HIM, HE IS FREE. IF THE PLAYER IS
TAGGED, HE MUST AGAIN GUARD THE CANS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; MILFORD

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Special Object or Implement Special Object or Implement

Date learned: 11-22-1970

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