Sport: Carnegie Bulletin

A year and a half ago, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching published a comprehensive Bulletin 23 which contained specific mention of those U. S. colleges which hired their football players. Last week the Carnegie Foundation published Bulletin 26 on sport, less sensational than its predecessor, which said: 1) commercialization of athletics is diminishing at most colleges, practiced more actively than ever by a few: 2) public interest in football is waning, undergraduate enthusiasm for intramural sport increasing.


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