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Old Sat Nov 08, 2003, 07:38am
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31. The Lead keys the rotation.

My answer yes. Answer sheet: No-314(a)

I checked 314(a) and it says "...implemented when the Lead official moves to ball side which dictates a change of position by the Center and Trail officials."

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31. The Lead keys the rotation.

My answer yes. Answer sheet: No-314(a)

I checked 314(a) and it says "...implemented when the Lead official moves to ball side which dicates a change of position by the Center and Trail officials."

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Perhaps the ball keys the rotation.

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Perhaps the ball keys the rotation.
If that's what they're after, Bob, then it's a rotten question. The ball can sit on the C side for 3 minutes, but if the Lead's asleep, you're not rotating. The ball should spur the Lead to move, but the Lead initiates the rotation.

I hope it's just a typoo, and they really meant "Yes".
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Actually, I just looked up 314a in the Official's Manual and it says that the location of the ball keys the rotation. Rotten question, rotten wording. Thumbs down
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Old Sun Nov 09, 2003, 09:26am
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Actually, I just looked up 314a in the Official's Manual and it says that the location of the ball keys the rotation. Rotten question, rotten wording. Thumbs down
Yeah I see the error of my ways now. The ball "keys" the rotation--the lead only "dictates" it.

-poorly worded question.
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