Heffelfinger, who is now coaching the eleven of the University of California, has expressed himself as much surprised to find the game so far advanced in the west.
One great difference, however, between eastern and western football, he says, is remarkably evident in the kicking and punting. In the east a good deal of time is devoted to these details, and consequently we find fullbacks who seldom make a bad punt or miss a goal. In the west it is different; the kicking and punting is poor-it could hardly be
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