THE election of B. G. Waters to the captaincy of the 'varsity eleven places the team in the hands of a man whose steady, conscientious and often brilliant work has proved him emminently fitted for the position. He has been one of the best players on the eleven and his election is a fitting tribute to his work. The prospects for another year have never been so promising as they are today; we have obtained a firm grasp of the principles of football such as we have never had before, and we can have perfect confidence in the ability of Captain Waters to employ them to good results.
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