ARMY & NAVY: Charity & Hope

When proud men disagree, the best way to get them to resume relations is to unite them in a common cause which each can support without loss of dignity. Since 1927 there has been no football match between the U. S. Naval Academy and the U. S. Military Academy. Bone of contention was Navy's insistence upon the three-year rule (observed at all U. S. colleges) which requires that each player have no more than three years' college varsity football experience. Army's team has long had members who were previously outstanding on college teams....

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