Sport: Reconciliation

Last September, Wrest Point and Annapolis agreed to disagree about football eligibility rules, scheduled a game for 1932. Equally unexpected last week was the news of another football reconciliation— between Princeton and Harvard, whose falling out in 1926 followed a game that Harvard thought was too rough, and a particularly rude issue of the Harvard Lampoon. Athletic Directors William J. Bingham of Harvard and Thurston J. Davies of Princeton issued a terse joint statement: "Arrangements have been completed for two football games between Harvard and Princeton, the first to be played in Cambridge...

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