lottery game, and confined to boys, is of simple movement, but
convenient in this--that only two players are required. They stand
facing each other, the leader whirling his two closed fists, one
containing a prize, the other empty. While he cajoles his opponent with
Whilk hand will ye tak'
The richt ane or the wrang,
I'll beguile ye gin I can?
If he guesses correctly,
he gains the prize. If he misses, he has to equal the stake. Until
success falls to the second, the original player continues the lead.