Sport: Water Polo

Seldom does water polo attract attention except when it is wetting the spectators who sit too close to the tank at swimming meets. But last week water polo loomed in the news. All winter the eastern colleges had been bickering about it. Last week the Intercollegiate Swimming Association announced that, in spite of complaints, it would not alter the rule making competition in water polo compulsory for member colleges. Immediately appeared editorials in the Yale Daily News and the Daily Princetonian. The Princetonian urged Princeton to resign from the Association. The News...

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