King Football

The barking of coaches and quarterbacks, the thudding of balls and bodies, the grinding, milling rush of the scrimmage line was heard on college practice fields throughout the land. King Football, a popular monarch, entered his 62nd year.*

Lest fogs of obscurity should arise from the changes in the rules of the game for 1924, coaches and officials put their heads together in Manhattan at a meeting under the joint auspices of the Intercollegiate Rules Committee and the Central Board of Officials. Chief among these changes:

ΒΆ Elimination of the...

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