A PRIMER OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL
or Strategic (commonly called Trick
Play), and Kicking. Incidental to all
these methods of advance is Signalling
Lastly, the offence must include Offen¬
sive Generalship, or when and where to
use the different kinds of offence.
The defence embraces the General De¬
fence, the Theory, Styles of Defence, De¬
fence to Particular Plays, and Defence at
Given Points of the Field.
The subject of Training has been
generally considered by previous writers.
While it is not, properly considered, a
part of the sport any more than it is of
any other game, yet good training being
of such vital importance and consequence
to the eleven, the writer has thought it
best to add a supplementary chapter upon