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Identifier: spaldingshowtopl02camp (find matches)
Title: Spalding's how to play foot ball;
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Camp, Walter Chauncey, 1859- (from old catalog) ed
Subjects: Football
Publisher: New York, American sports publishing company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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him hard before. Trickplays should be avoided inside your own forty-yard line, unlesstime is nearly up and you must score or lose the game. In the game, be deliberate in initiating the play, but when oncestarted go ahead with determination and dash. At all timesobserve closely the opposing line, and if you discover an opponentplaying too wide send a player there. If you are gaining at a certain place, do not be afraid to workit for all it is worth, until you cannot gain there any more, thenit will be time to try another play. It is not possible to go into the details of the manifold dutiesof a good quarter, for the demands of the game and the responsi- bilities of the position require a man resourceful and adaptable,in meeting constantly changing conditions as they present them-selves. Such suggestions as I have given represent only a basis ofthe quarterbacks chief duties and will serve, I hope, to stimulatethose who may be trying for this position and raise the standardof their play.
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PLAY OF THE BACKS Ev W. T. Reid, Jr.,Fullback Harvard Foot Ball Team of 1899. Properly speaking, the termbacks refers to the quarterback,the two half-backs and the full-back. This article, however, willdeal only with the three latter po-sitions, leaving the very technicalwork of the quarterback to someother writer. The three backs, as we shall termthem, are closely associated ineverything that they do. On theoffence they alternate in carryingthe ball and in pushing each otheralong, while on the defence at leasttwo of them, and sometimes allthree, are called upon to force the rush line. And they areusually of about the same size and weight. With all these points of similarity there is much that belongsto each separate position that goes to make it unwise for aback to attempt to play in more than one position. For in-stance, if the right half attempts to play at left half he mustaccustom himself to the use of the right side of his body ininterference instead of his left, to starting tow

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