Correspondence with University of Kentucky
Follow the conversation that H.J.L. Stark and H.R. Creal, University of Kentucky football manager, had through letters and telegrams as they discuss a possible football game between the universities.
January 13, 1910
Letter from H.J.L. Stark to the University of Kentucky football manager wanting to renew athletic relations between the two universities. Stark asks if the University of Kentucky would like to come to Austin with the same proposition that they had before with a $450 guarantee.
February 1, 1910
Telegram from H.J.L. Stark to University of Kentucky football manager inquiring if they can play a game on November 18th.
February 3, 1910
Letter from H.R. Creal to H.J.L. Stark stating if the University of Texas is contemplating a trip north then the University of Kentucky would be glad to try to make an arrangement for a football game. The University of Kentucky is not able to afford to bring the football team directly to Austin for a football game.
February 14, 1910
Letter from H.J.L. Stark to H.R. Creal letting him know that the University of Texas is not expecting a trip to Kentucky in the fall. Stark goes on to state that the University of Texas would still like for the University of Kentucky to come to Austin for a football game with a guarantee of $450. Stark mentions in the letter the 1905 football game when UT played the University of Kentucky in Austin with a score of 6-0. UT would like to even up the scales.