I was having problems with uploading the blog since Tuesday but now it hopefully should publish. On Tuesday we met at the Rawlings library where the group and myself reviewed film and newspaper clippings. We began with reviewing newspaper film from as far back as 1892. Unfortunately, we found nothing on this year, but that may be because it was the first rivalry game and it may have not received the attention it does today. Luckily, we did find some film as we glided through the sports pages on the newspaper film. We found data from the fiftieth Bell Game and the 100 year anniversary of the Rivalry. As we got into the 1970’s it was easier to find information on the film. We found small articles that gave us player interviews which would be a unique feature in our scalar. Later after we finished with the films we decided to look at physical newspaper clippings that the librarians had all ready prepared. The clippings featured everything from the game itself to the development and building of the Dutch Clark Stadium, which is where the game is played today. I will upload some photos of the clippings on a separate slideshow on this blog.