The Referee is the number one official on the field.. He follows the play closely to make sure the Wafter does not commit any foul or worse. The most difficult plays for the referee to follow are the outfield plays where, due to the tall grass, a Wafter may slip his woombat a pep pill, unload his Wafting iron, or start a grass fire. Each of these infractions is punishable by deduction of from one to fifty snivers and a fine of $500.00 to $5000.00. The most severe penalty exacted by a referee was the revocation of Barney O'Toole's parole when he mugged a stomper in 1957.


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