Sport: Reconciliation

A matter of three years was the splitting point in athletic relations between the U. S. academies at West Point and Annapolis, in 1928. Army allows cadets who have played football at college to play three years at the Point. Navy honors the intercollegiate three-year rule, which says that no matter how many colleges he goes to, an athlete may play only three years of varsity football. In 1928 Army and Navy broke loudly because neither would honor the other's rule.

Last week Major-General William D. Connor, superintendent at West Point, and...

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