THE FOOTBALL SELECTION.
SO ?HB EDITOR. Sir, —I notice in tho teams selected to play on Saturday, all those w£o played on Saturday against Southland are on one side. Now, I think, this is unfair to everybody concerned, because, playing against men not so good, good men will not need to show their best form. If the better players were more equally divided there would bo a better game, from which the men's form could be better judged. I know that in writing this I am echoing the sentiments of many others. Hoping the Committee may see fit to alter the distribution of the men. —I am, etc., HERorA. Dunedin, September 4.
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THE FOOTBALL SELECTION., Evening Star, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
THE FOOTBALL SELECTION. Evening Star, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
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