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 le around the right end on a pass from re, le and re both play in slightly, while le works back until he is nearly on a line with the half-backs.
Re and rh start toward the left the instant the ball is snapped, rh preceding and taking the first extra man in the line beyond the tackle.
Re receives the ball at x on a pass from qb, and running close in front of le, passes him the ball and rushes on into the opposing re.
As re reaches le, fb, lh, and lg dash toward the right in the lines indicated.
Fb takes the first extra man in the line beyond rt, lh runs directly for the opposing le, and lg, preceding le, plays as shown in diagram twenty-five.
Qb blocks the first man through on the right hand side of the center, if necessary, or plays as shown in diagram twenty-five.
Le, upon receiving the ball, starts toward the right at utmost speed, keeping just to the outside of lg.
Lt, rg, and rt play as shown in diagram twenty-five.