The custom of sending the second team away for a game against a strong college when the 'varsity is playing out of town is an excellent thing. Not only does it give the second team good training, but it must serve as a strong unifying force. If a series of games could be arranged for the second team a new incentive to do good work would be thus furnished. If the team had regular games to work for, a new spirit would take posession of the men. We do not mean to criticise the work of the team at present, at best it is hard and often unrewarded and the work now is excellent. Something might be added, however. A new element introduced, if the team had victories of its own to win. Occasional games of this sort have been played in former years, but as yet a series of games for the second eleven has never been adopted. Such a scheme may have suggested itself to the management and may have been discarded as impracticable. At any rate we offer the suggestion.
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