CATCHING THE FOX
Two participants will take a piece of rope and make a [large]… loop. The loop is made big enough for a person to fit through it easily. Now everyone close to the loop will put one foot on the lower part of the loop and press is against the ground, at the same time holding the rope ends by hands. Player who is the fox must get through that loop without being caught in it. Catchers on the other hand must impede that attempt by pulling the loop shut at the very moment when the fox is in the loop. If the fox is caught in the loop, he/she must give a pawn. If the fox gets through the loop, the same catching is repeated with a new fox.
Sangaste, boy, b. 1916