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"Last One Over is "It!"

This is a simple but exciting mode of deciding who shall be in that terrible position described as "It."

Suppose that a group of boys are standing by a fence and one of them proposes a game of "I spy." No sooner is the proposition made than another lad shouts "Last one over the fence is 'It!'"

Immediately all is confusion and hubbub. Each boy is trying his best to scramble, leap, vault, or tumble over the fence before his companions can perform the feat. Sometimes the cry is "Last one across the street!" or "Last one to the corner and back!" etc.

Whatever it be, a trial of speed, agility, or skill, that is proposed, the last boy to accomplish the feat is "It."

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