Paper balls, plates
For this game two sides are needed, the numbers being settled "among the players. The ammunition is a quantity of paper balls. Every Scout has a plate, and the parties take up positions within throwing distance of each other. If the ground isn't flat, toss up for the advantage of the slope Each Scout lies flat on his stomach, and just in front of him props up his plate by sticking the rim into the ground. At the word "go" each warrior aims a ball at an opponent's plate. When a plate is knocked down, the Scout to whom it belongs is "put out of action." The side which succeeds in "killing" most opponents in a given time wins.