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TABLE FOOTBALL.

Source: Games for Everybody
Category: GAMES FOR ADULTS





The "football" for this game is an eggshell which has had the egg
blown out of it. The players sit around the table with their captains,
who have been previously chosen at each end. There need not be just
eleven on each side as in a regular game, but any number. Each
captain chooses his side.

Boundaries are marked on the table with, chalk or tape, the two ends
being the goals.

When all are ready, the eggshell is placed in the middle of the table,
a signal is given, and the members of each team blow the shell towards
his goal. No player can leave his place, and the "football" must be
moved entirely by blowing.

Regular football rules are used and the count is the same as in
football. It will add to the interest, if the two teams stand for
rival colleges.




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