Sport: Football, Oct. 23, 1933

When restrictions were lifted from the use of the forward pass 20 years ago, the pass began to supplant the dropkick as a scoring maneuver. When the goal posts were moved 10 yd. behind the goal line (so that scrimmaging players would not crash into them) the field goal, especially the dropkick, became more difficult and rare. Last year only four field goals were dropkicked in major intercollegiate foot-ball.š Last week saw the beginning of what may be a dropkick renaissance. The National Professional League, believing that the dropkick makes a...

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