The starting line and this other line are now known as goal lines.
A player is selected to be "It" and takes his place between the goal lines.
"It" endeavors to tag the players as they run between the goal lines.
Mike waited for them to reach their goal lines, and then placed the ball in the middle of a chalk-drawn circle.
One of the goal lines was about seven yards from the fence which was twelve feet high and perfectly smooth.
The players are divided into sides who try to defend their goal lines and to send back the ball to the other side.
A centre line is drawn parallel to the goal lines and half way between them.
This game can be played on the road, using the opposite curb stones as goal lines.
After the game starts the players may run back and forth between the goal lines at will.
The lines at each end are the goal lines, and the lines at the side are the touch lines.