Football: Oct. 1, 1928

Most of the important college football teams spent last week rolling and pushing on their own gridirons, not venturing to play rivals. Some of the smaller colleges made use of a warm September afternoon for playing their first games with much cursing and lazy snorting but without the readiness, which will be produced by November temperatures, to commit murder or die for victory.

At Colgate, the manager of the team figured out that it cost $110.05 to equip each member of a squad of 50 ... Columbia, planning to "resume athletic relations" with Dartmouth,...

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