MOORE GOES TO NEW YORK FOR FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Although four summer months remain before the opening of the 1924 football season, definite plans for the fall gridiron contests will be drawn up today and tomorrow in New York when football managers, captains, and graduate directors from 50 eastern colleges meet to select the officials for every football game on each of the 50 football schedules for next fall.
Mr. F. W. Moore '92, graduate treasurer of the H. A. A., left for New York yesterday morning to represent the University in the draw for officials.
Each college is given a definite rating for the draw, ranging from one to ten, Harvard, Yale, and Princeton all having the high figure. The ratings for each pair of teams competing on a given date are added together, and the combinations with the highest totals are given first choice from the list of 200 officials.