Ever since the football teams began practice two weeks ago they have been seriously impeded in their work by the spectators, who insist on crowding into the field. In order to keep the field at all clear, Captain Sears has continually to stop the practice and ask the spectators to stand out of the players'way, and thus, by the thoughtlessness of a few men, valuable time is lost every afternoon. We do not want men to stay from Jarvis; we hope every man who can will show how strong an interest he has in the work of the team by watching the practice every day. But men should be more considerate. The best way to show they have a real interest in the eleven is to do all they can to promote its success; and this they can do in some degree certainly by keeping out of the players' way when they are practicing.
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