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We owe deep gratitude and thanks to our coachers; to Cumnock, Perry Trafford, Cranston, Sears, Crosby, and Fletcher we feel that a large part of our success this year is due. It is by their untiring energy and constant study that the eleven has been trained to what it is today. Cumnock, Trafford and Cranston especially have given us invaluable assistance and we owe them our warmest thanks. They have coached the team at considerable inconvenience to their time and their business, and their presence has been a great encouragement and service to the whole college as well as to the eleven. As long as we have Cumnock with us, and we sincerely trust that we shall have him long with us, we know that our eleven is in the best of hands and that it will receive faithful, conscientious and skillful coaching. Certainly he can be assured of our appreciation of his assistance and our strong hope that he will be with us another year. Nor do we owe too much to Captain Trafford. Though he has met with defeat, earnestness and faithfulness have been ever present characteristics in his work and he well merits the honor and trust which the college gives him. Finally we must not forget Mr. Deland, who has spent so much time for our benefit in a scientific study of football. It has been partly to his work with us that we have made so much progress this year in the science of football and we can only hope that he, as well as the others, will give us his assistance another year.

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