Sport: Standard Football

To the attention of the Intercollegiate Football Rules Committee it came that unprincipled footballers have been blowing up their balls in strange shapes—with irregular snouts that might be used as handles in forward passing; with fat sides to make punts fly short and crookedly. The committee announced last week, through Chairman Edward Kimball Hall, that a new apparatus will be used in future to measure pigskins put in play. The correct football will have "a circumference of its short axis from 22 to 22½ inches (a half inch less than last year),...

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