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The Eagles were determined to prevent further scoring by the Lions and risked little punting.
BETTY LEE, FRESHMANDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
White and Thompson will be the halves, the latter coming in from full-back, where Yeager's punting makes it necessary to keep him.
HARPER'S ROUND TABLE, OCTOBER 1, 1895VARIOUS
Then she went back to her husband, and Neale went back to his punting.
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD
After that there was much punting on Cherry Valley's part, evidently in the hope that a Brimfield back would fumble.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Cherry Valley attempted to run the ends and succeeded now and then, punting only on fourth down when everything else had failed.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Punting was therefore the only expedient, and this was attended with much delay.
NARRATIVE OF THE OPERATIONS OF A DETACHMENT IN AN EXPEDITION TO CANDY, IN THE ISLAND OF CEYLON, IN THE YEAR 1804ARTHUR JOHNSTON
Sir Robert took us to see a lot of his—all over the dairies, you know—this afternoon, while you were punting.
VANITASVERNON LEE
The previous season he was at quarter-back, but his punting makes him a more desirable man further back.
HARPER'S ROUND TABLE, OCTOBER 22, 1895VARIOUS
The interception of a long pass often means nothing worse than punting to the other team would have meant.
THE FORWARD PASS IN FOOTBALLELMER BERRY
The second link in the chain of circumstances which led to Toby's going punting in the heat was shorter.
MAMMON AND CO.E. F. BENSON

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