W. C. Camp, of Yale, last night gave out a statement in regard to a conference of the Harvard, Yale and Princeton football coaches with President Roosevelt in Washington on Monday, concerning reform in the game of football. The statement was made public after word had been received from the President, and is as follows: "At a meeting with the President of the United States it was agreed that we consider an honorable obligation exists to carry out in spirit the rules of the game of football relating to roughness, holding, and foul play; and the active coaches of our universities, being present with us, pledged themselves to so regard it and do their utmost to carry out that obligation. (Signed by) W. C. CAMP. J. E. OWSLEY. J. B. FINES. A. R. HILLEBRAND. E. H. NICHOLS. W. T. REID, JR."
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