The quarter back in making the pass to the half back for a straight plunge into the line, on his left side, should turn around and take a full step to the left, at the same time making the pass to the half back. The pass should be made in the nature of a toss. This can be done with one or two hands, whichever way the quarter finds he can do it the better. The toss must be made quickly to avoid a forward pass. The ball should be passed low, a little lower than the waist. No player can buck the line low if the ball comes to him high. The runner must straighten up to get a high pass and before he can get down he will be in the line. The quarter should look at the runner in making the pass.

Pass to half back for straight plunge through line   Quarter passing it low   Half not reaching hands or arms out so as to interfere with the pass.

Pass to half back for straight plunge through line - Quarter passing it low - Half not reaching hands or arms out so as to interfere with the pass.