Education: In Florida

Two decades ago, over beer mugs, undergraduates told stories of the star fullback who found $100 bills under his door after each game and of the agile shortstop who played baseball on Sunday and who was wagered $50 he could not jump over a bat. But today, such practices are supposed to be extinct.

In "An Appeal to College Presidents" in the May Review of Reviews, Hamilton Holt, liberal, President of Rollins College at Winter Park, Fla., let it be known that the professional taint has not yet been...

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