No; we shall spend the whole of the day together at the paper-chase.
There always are accidents; it would be the first paper-chase without one.
He looked rather pale, but began by talking rapidly about a paper-chase that was being planned.
I warn them not to build a paper-chase on so slender a foundation.
The club run is very much like the paper-chase, except that no scent is laid.
And how far in a paper-chase, with the hare to run down and other hounds to compete with?
An intense searching and collation of files, books, documents, etc, esp for the needs of ureaucrati pomp: Manuel's history of ideas carries the reader not on a paper chase but on a fascinating voyage
[1932+ British; fr the game of hare and hounds in which the quarry would leave a trail of scraps of paper, the term found by 1856; popularized in the US as the title of a film and a TV series, where the paper was a Harvard Law School degree]