This section is from the book "A Scientific And Practical Treatise On American Football For Schools And Colleges", by A. Alonzo Stagg, Henry L. Williams. Don't miss: The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game.
To send the le around the re the play is made in identically the same manner as shown in diagram fifteen,* except that rh forces the opposing end-rusher inside instead of out, while FB and le, after sprinting straight for the side line at utmost speed, turn down the field outside of the opposing end.+ Lg and lt might possibly play as shown in diagram eight, though there would be danger of having le tackled from behind, as he would in this case have no protecting interferer behind and might be obliged to withhold his speed slightly in order to allow lg to get ahead of him.
Note. - This play, as nearly all end plays, depends for its success on the swiftness of the interferers and the man with the ball, and upon the quickness with which all start. Care must be taken that the interferers do not get too far in advance of the runner. ++
* See diagram fifteen. + See Note, diagram eight. ++ See Note, diagram seven.