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SPORTSMANSHIP:

1) Each division (i.e. inters, debs, etc.) has the opportunity to earn 5 points for sportsmanship each day, making the sportsmanship award for the day worth 20 points. A final sportsmanship award of 10 points will be awarded for the entire competition and will be announced at dinner on the fourth day. The sportsmanship of the counselors is also worth five points daily any counselor whose behavior becomes questionable will be asked by the judges to leave the activity and to report to the arbitrator at the G.C.O.
2) THE DECISIONS OF THE JUDGES ON ALL MATTERS IS FINAL.

ACTIVITIES

1) Hatchet Race: there will be for participants from each team. (One representative from each division). There will be one runner from the flagpole to the end of the fence near the road. The second will proceed along the road next to the fence until she reaches the bench. A third girl will next run from the bench to the flagpole. A girl at the flagpole will plant a hatchet into the logging so that it remains within the log
POINTS DISTRIBUTION: 25-15 split

2) Around the Bases:

a) The entire team will participate
b) The race will be run against the clock, each team thus going separately
c) The team will get up in the following order: Inters, Debs, Seniors, Superseniors, Counselors.
d) The teams must match in number. If the teams are uneven, the team with more members will subtract from the appropriate divisions to equalize the teams.
e) Each runner must start at home plate. She must run the basis and upon returning to home, hand the baton to the next runner, who will then proceed in a similar fashion.
F) A runner may not leave home plate until the baton is firmly in her possession.
g) Should a runner miss a base, she must return to the base and then proceed with the race.
POINT DISTRIBUTION: 15-35 split

3) Rope Burning:

a) 8 eligible team members comprised of seniors, debs, and superseniors
b) 2 counselor coaches
c) rope must be completely burned through
d) 3 wood gatherers may work through the entire event
e) 2 fire builders start the fire, and must stop working when a judge declares the fire started
f) 3 fire tenders (cannot be debs) keep the fire going until the rope is burnt through
g) If the fire goes out at any time, only the fire builders can restart the fire.