TO THE EDITOR.
Sir-Whilst watching the British As- sociation match at the Albion Crick- Ground last Saturday I formed the opin- ion-very emphatically-that if our association friciidb could («i f0UI°J »unido the ))tople of the root i opal» «»J a íeguluí supply of niniis of a "J ,°J «atme the «ocier codo wou'd .>Ç1b0S"a to progress mightily. It is a pity the Ips- wich and district clubs found it necessary to break away from the Brisbane com- petition, for we have much to learn from our West Moreton footballers- especially I may say, in the matter of enthusiasm for the game. Saturdny's match wn;v¡»»» watching Past, open, md full of w«* fino pointR that no otliei t ode ein e « produce, the gamo formed an c\I>*l«TTj displnv One spectator, al Rast, fou?» himself transported in lnnginj»10-! ,,
nomo of the famous contests of ow. ' , venue of which muj readily he W<>cm by the fact of bis signma I""18''".,,»