use a little corn with this on the hard places, a plan quite consistent with realism, as every hunter will recall.
THE BEAR HUNT or THE HUNTING OF MISHI-MOKWA
This is played by half a dozen or more boys. Each has a club about the size and shape of a base ball club, but made of straw tied around two or three switches and tightly sewn up in burlap.
One big fellow is selected for the Bear. He has a school-bag tightly strapped on his back, and in that a toy balloon fully blown up. This is his heart. On his neck is a bear-claw necklace of wooden beads and claws. (See cut.)