Correspondence with Washington University
Follow the conversation that H.J.L. Stark and W.B. Stevens, Washington University football manager, had through letters and telegrams as they discuss a possible football game between the universities.
February 1, 1910
Telegram from H.J.L Stark to Washington University football manager inquiring if Washington University would consider a football game with the University of Texas and if the manager could send available dates.
February 4, 1910
Letter from W.B. Stevens to H.J.L. Stark stating that Stevens brought the proposition of a football game to the advisory board. The advisory board decided due to the expense of traveling to Texas that they could not accept a football game with the University of Texas.
February 14, 1910
Letter from H.J.L. Stark to Washington University football manager inquiring if Washington University would like to renew athletic relations with the University of Texas. Stark goes on to ask if Washington University would be interested in playing a football game on November 11th or 12th on their field; or what proposition would Washington University agree to for them to come to Texas on October 29th or November 19th for a football game.
February 16, 1910
Letter from W.B. Stevens to H.J.L. Stark stating that there is no possibility of the two universities playing a football game this season. Stevens goes on to say that since their last correspondence, all of Washington University football dates have been closed.