Basketball rules, 1932
. sports h ' QPf ATTP1} i CrLrtl 1U\ : S 2|L^ ^ i -II -II is jusr like bf-glimlng bf-glimlng bf-glimlng to coach lire I "It Is Just like btf inning to coach tl: atjain," Coach Soph remarked to us last night nller he liad concluctL'd Uie alterncxin's drll! tor his AtcliUon high ichool basketball alsauad. "With these new rules conihiK in you don't know what kind ol of-f of-f of-f tense and defense you are going to h,-,<;i- h,-,<;i- Ibuck up against. U'a a trying period for the coach, and the older play. will have several new tumps to * ■ during a gajne." ! One thing be more or leas ce fined hot,- hot,- to JuAt hair of the c liYou caji expect the leturn of the tvD-e tvD-e that l.as been ci jTnto the Kanie In this action Sn ' pojvse^on of the ball It will full back i type o! play emu win enaDie •-against •-against I It ain ! 3n" I irt' ! :>ne I iiia.11- iiia.11- i gei-eeping ; -.All super-activity super-activity super-activity that the rule changes < force on the team driving for a score. ■ And. speaking of the rule changes, i here are the words of some of the au- au- tr.&ritles of the game in the coaching ! protession; | John l.ance. who lias been keeping , his Pltubnrg Teachers at the head of j j the Central conlerence: ^ve nave at- at- _ : ways ^played a fast^ brealitng^ofreiwc ; the pivot player holding the ball on the , post. It is going to take some lime get the players to cofisiaer tne center i 3 consider the center >ul of b-junds b-junds b-junds alter they have adiancerl to the (rent court." . Arthur Schablnger. whose Crelghton percent- teams have been dominating the Mis- Mis- \ suorl Valley: ' I favor the 10-sccond 10-sccond 10-sccond withhold the ball from ploy. » ■'«>' not be all that we have desired but ; „,"d „, 0,e ,|lree.«conil rule regard-! regard-! regard-! percent- : Ing the peal man " ^ game; 'Th» 10-second 10-second 10-second rule coiniillcales the game and takes away simplicity trom it. me new rmc ' „ .„ ,S" : from It. The new rule makes lor rougn- rougn- ncss because i it ">'»Pt« ' ' ? ™nU| ri. o, basketball whlph 1 Is play the ball Kansas coach: "Tho so new rules put pep and speed into the. I of ?«i«r, who voted for the rule thought ; it would." Coach <-™e <-™e <-™e "' ..„„, "V,° ■ do Slate: 'The new rule, Mil eic.mia ly sun- speed up the game, and that ts ha result desired The man-lo-in.in man-lo-in.in man-lo-in.in man-lo-in.in man-lo-in.in t>p of dcfm«c be E'"P'™^ " f some coaches In orde ^r o n o d m gaso-, gaso-, three-second three-second three-second rul i .in st . o. the pho. ] ; To all of which may bo added : -Time -Time j . will tell.'