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Russian Submarine Props: Red coat Scout 1 pretends to be peering through an imaginary periscope.

Scout 2 is standing by like a captain Scout 3 is pretending to be sweeping Other Scouts can be standing off to the side pretending to operate a control board. Scout 1: Sir I have spotted an enemy Submarine Scout 2: How many torpedoes do they have Scout 1: ten Scout 2: How many torpedoes do we have Scout 1: ten also Scout 2: Bring me my red coat Scout 3 carries the red coat up to the Captain (Scout 2) and Scout 2 puts on the red coat. Scout 2: Fire 5 torpedoes Scout 1: Direct hit, Sir. We have won the battle Scout 2 takes off the red coat and hands it to Scout 3. Scout 1: Sir, I have spotted another enemy submarine Scout 2: How many torpedoes do they have Scout 1: ten Scout 2: How many torpedoes do we have Scout 1: five Scout 2: Bring me my red coat Scout 3 carries the red coat up to the Captain (Scout 2) and Scout 2 puts on the red coat. Scout 2: Fire 4 torpedoes Scout 1: Direct hit, Sir. We have won the battle Scout 2 takes off the red coat and hands it to Scout 3. Scout 3: Sir, why do you always ask for your red coat before we go into battle? Scout 2: I will not let my crew mates see me bleeding in battle Scout 1: Sir, I have spotted another enemy submarine Scout 2: How many torpedoes do they have Scout 1: twenty Scout 2: How many torpedoes do we have Scout 1: one Scout 2: Bring me my brown pants!

The Captain of the Ship Description


Only "Captain" and "First Mate" speak: First Mate (looking through telescope): "Captain, I see a ship off the port side! Captain: "How many men and how many guns?" First Mate: "20 men and 20 guns!" Captain "Very good! Bring me my red jacket so the men won't see me bleed!" (Captain puts on jacket) Battle sounds from campers; cannons roar, shots fired, men groaning, etc. After the battle ends, Captain takes off his red jacket. First Mate: Captain, a ship off the starboard! Captain: How many men and how many guns? First Mate: "50 men and 50 guns!" Captain: "Here we go again! Bring me my red jacket so the men won't see me bleed"! Battle sounds longer, with more action; let campers have FUN with it! First Mate: "Captain, a ship right behind us!!" Captain: "Calm down! How many men and how many guns? First Mate: "100 Men and 100 guns!!" Captain: "Hmmm, bring me my yellow pants

Is it time for Japutcha?


Indian chief sits in the middle of the skit area) The additional campers begin trotting around the chief making whooping sounds. (After first complete circle is ran around chief) Camper 1: Oh great chief, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: Great spirit of the Mountain, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: (after a 3 second pause) No. (Campers run another circle around the chief) Camper 2: Oh great chief, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: Great spirit of the Lake, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: (after a 3 second pause) No. (Campers run another circle around the chief)

Camper 3: Oh great chief, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: Great spirit of the Sky, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: (after a 3 second pause) No. (Campers run another circle around the chief) Camper 4: Oh great chief, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: Great spirit of the Wind, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: (after a 3 second pause) No. (Campers run another circle around the chief) Camper 5: Oh great chief, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: Great spirits of the Mountain, Lake, Sky and Wind, is it time for Japutcha? Chief: (after a 3 second pause) The spirits have spoken, and they have said that it is time for Japutcha, you may begin. (All campers circle to face the chief) All: Japutcha right hand in, Japutcha right hand out, Japutcha right hand in and Ja shake it all about...