Correspondence with University of Colorado
Follow the conversation that H.J.L. Stark and Frank L. Moorhead, University of Colorado football manager, had through letters and telegrams as they discuss a possible football game between the universities.
December 30, 1909
Letter from Frank L. Moorhead to H.J.L. Stark inquiring if he would consider coming to Colorado to play the University of Colorado.
January 5, 1910
Letter from H.J.L. Stark to F. W. Moorhead stating he hasn't decided definitely upon what trip the University of Texas football team will take. If UT should arrange a football game with the University of Colorado it would have to be played in Boulder about the 10th or 11th of November. UT would require a substantial guarantee for such a long trip. Stark goes on to say that the altitude of Boulder would be very much against the UT football team. Stark asks if the University of Colorado would be interested in playing a football game in El Paso, TX on or about the 22nd of November.
January 11, 1910
Letter from Frank L. Moorhead to H.J.L. Stark states that the University of Colorado football would only be able to meet the University of Texas at the end of October, probably 22nd for a football game.
January 26, 1910
Telegram from H.J.L. Stark to Frank L. Moorhead states the University of Texas can come to Colorado on November 10th. Stark asks what guarantee will the University of Colorado make the University of Texas.
January 27, 1910
Telegram from Frank L. Moorhead to H.J.L. Stark stating the University of Colorado has not open dates in November.
January 29, 1910
Telegram from H.J.L. Stark to Frank L. Moorhead asking would he guarantee $1500 for a football game on October 30th.
January 31, 1910
Telegram from Frank J. Moorhead to H.J.L. Stark stating that the University of Colorado is playing Utah on October 29th.
February 1, 1910
Telegram from H.J.L. Stark to Frank L. Moorhead asking if Moorhead can rearrange his football schedule to be able to play the University of Texas on November 10th or October 30th.
February 3, 1910
Telegram from Frank L. Moorhead to H.J.L. Stark stating he can't change dates with other football teams.
June 11, 1910
Letter from Herman Weinberger, general manager for the University of Colorado, to H.J.L. Stark inquiring if it is possible to make a two-year contract for the football teams with the first game to be played in Colorado. Weinberger also states that the University of Colorado has two open dates in October, the 8th and 22nd. Weinberger goes on to mention that it would very desirable for the two universities to be together on the gridiron.