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Old Mon Mar 19, 2018, 05:26pm
BillyMac BillyMac is offline
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Flashing Lights ...

The 1996-97 NFHS Casebook contains caseplay 3.5.B (page 27) that interprets shoes with flashing lights as being illegal.

I'm writing a magazine article about rule changes and I'm trying to figure out when this interpretation was first made. I don't have any books older than 1996-97 (I wish I had kept my older books). It had to be sometime between 1992-93 and 1995-96.

If any grizzled veterans have a little extra time on their hands, can you please take a quick look though your old NFHS Casebooks (Section 3.5 in 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, and 1995-96) and find out for me when this interpretation was first made?

It would be greatly appreciated.

I hate to ask Mark T. DeNucci, Sr. to take that long climb up to his to cold, dark, attic library. I'm sure that he's still mad at me for that sundial remark, although, if I do say so, it was pretty funny.
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