Education: Bulletin 23

Sporadically, variously, but never so sweepingly as last week, censure has spattered the methods and conduct of U. S. college athletics. Last week's censure was a fat, dun-colored tract labeled "Bulletin 23," published by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching after more than three years examining of athletic correspondence, finances, coaching, hygiene in U. S. and Canadian institutions.

81 out of 112. Said Bulletin 23, lengthily but pointedly: Out of the 112 colleges and universities examined, 81 have '"subsidized" athletes. The remaining 28, free from any such taint of professionalism, were the...

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