CLASS FOOTBALL CUPS.
Further incentive to participation in secondary football will be provided by the offer of individual cups to be presented to the members of the winning class team. This may seem to some to be a prize for doing something which should be a pleasure, and indeed the opportunity to aid in winning a class championship should be sufficient to bring out all the men who are fitted by experience or physique to play football. There is, however, another side to the question. It has become a custom in many athletic contests to give small tokens to winners, and in most cases the prizes are not coveted for themselves, but merely as reminders of a pleasant experience. These cups will also lend more dignity to the eleven best men on the team, who have sometimes, within the memory of men still in College, been lost to view in the multitude of substitutes to whom numerals have been awarded. The men to whose generosity this gift is due deserve the gratitude of a who are interested in the furtherance of secondary athletics.