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W. A. Rogers’s engraving, “Out of the Game,” showed one injured boy tending to another. It appeared

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W. A. Rogers’s engraving, “Out of the Game,” showed one injured boy tending to another. It appeared in the October 31, 1891, issue of Harper’s Weekly, which included an essay by Walter Camp. Camp claimed that football cultivated the man “of executive ability.” If all life was “survival of the fittest,” then colleges were right to promote such aggressive pastimes.
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6 years ago
I think it should be noted that Walter Camp is the father of the sport.
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