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RUM COACHES
ENTIRE COUNTRY

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Fielding H. Yost, director of
giate athletics, declared Mon-
noon that so far as he could
e present time, the change in
all rule made a.t New York
rday abolishing the free-trial
following touchdowns, would
:ially benefit the game, ex-
an extra few minutes of in-
uld probably be afforded the
far as- the changes made in
o "clipping -from behind" and
ys," Coach Yost has been ad-
changes in those particular
some time past and is very
sed with the action of the
e on those matters.
Rick" Most Important
is no doubt but that the
f the so called "free kick"
the most important change
the rules last Saturday,"
)st said. "According to, the
ag, the team making the
n will be allowed to bring
)ack to any point in the field
e five yard line and from
mpt to again place the ball
.oal line for the single
ds may be dqne in any one of
namely, from~ a pass, kick-
ing or scrimmage. This will
ndency to make victories
3 single point. There will be
-point victories and fewer
the element of chance will
:ely into close contests.
stance, if a team makes a
-n it is my opinion that they
one chance in three of ;scor'
xtra point, under the new
said. "I figure this percent-
on the basis of having a
rage team, and so, if any
a very capable kicker, their
scoring probably will aver-
oint out of every two at-
But generally, I think that.
three iatio is about right.
ker on the one team comes
hen has opponent fails, then
has been won only on the
he kicking ability of one
e element of chance enters
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very largely in this resp'ect. In all
probability, nearly all teams will re.
sort to the field goal method of getting
the one point.
"Fans Will Find Method Exciting"
"But the method of attack at this
moment in the game will be left to the
quarterback. He will have to know the
ability of his kickers and also, will
have to consider the position of the
men on defense. If the opposing team
is so lined-up that they will 'rush' the
kick, then the quarterback will have
to do some thinking as to his attack.
And because he will have to do so, the
fans will come in for much excite-
ment. Those few moments that lapse
while the quarterback considers the
proposition will be most exciting to
the fans. They Will probably discuss
and weigh the situation over and over
in their own minds and become more
interested in the game. For this rea-
son, I imagine that to some extent the
change may benefit. the game.
Heartily Favors Other Rules
"So far as the changes in, the other
two rules, I am heartily in favor of
the same and have been an advocate
of similar changes for some time past.
There is no doubt in my mindbut that
in 90 per, cent of the instances, play-
ers are clipped from behind by op-
ponents only with the view of injur-
ing the man who was clipped. Many
of Michigan's and othercollege men,
have been seriously hurt in this man-
ner. The ruling, as it stood before,
!was not advisable in any sense and.-
the change made Saturday is most
gratifying to me.
,"The 'shift play rule' change pre-
sents a rather peculiar situation.
There have been coaches who have
practiced this style of game for years;
and who claimed that players whose
two feet were on the ground at once
were not in motion. Others maintain-
ed opposite views. The action Satur-
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WHAT OTHERS Sly
Fred Leihring, director of athletics
at Minnesota, says in a comment on the
recent changes, "The new r~uling makes
the play a team affair. It will make
the game more interesting from a
spectator's standpoint, as well as elim-
inate the one player ability."
John Wilce, Ohio State mentor,
saps, "The game will be benefited for
more offensive strategy will have to be
developed, which in turn will make
the game more spectacular.".
Coach T. E. Jones, Wisconsin, be-
lieves that the new rule should afford
a more satisfactory way of deciding
which was the better team, than would
the kick, ,the success of which restsI
on one man..

The Pacific. Coast Football associa-
tion voiced it's approval Sunday of the
new changes. It had instructed it's
representative, Andy Smith, of the Un-
iversity of California, to vote for the
same with the exception that they fav-
ored putting the ball in play on the
ten yard line instead of the five as
has been Puled. Their statement is as
follows: "The new rule means that
the entire team will be able to get
into play after the touohdown. This
is desirable, for it is teamwork that
we aim to cultiviate in football. Elev-
en men will fight as a team instead
of having everything rest on one in-
dividusi:':

PHONES: 2207 and 81 F1

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"Tiny" Thornhjll, formerly assistant
line coach at Centre college and at
preseftt at- Stanford university, says
that he believes it to be a very good
ruft. The free kick did not mean
anything in the play and that is how
football is being played in these days.
Contests should'be more equal now for
it will be a struggle between two teams
purely alone no kicking unopposed
being involved now.
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Coach Steihm,. Indiana, expressed
no dissatisfaction at the recent change,
but said that he wished some substi-+
tute would be founds t .prevent tie
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