The Law: Briefs

>At Park Hills High in Fairborn, Ohio, 6-ft. 7-in. Mike Borden was the basketball team's high scorer and Most Valuable Player. Eager to continue his basketball career, Borden, 18, enrolled at Ohio University last fall and won the starting center position on the junior varsity. Then, last October, he was suddenly cut from the squad. The university had decided to adopt a recommendation of the American Medical Association that any player with only one of a pair of vital organs should be disqualified from contact sports. Thus Borden, who had lost one eye in a childhood accident, was out—or so it...

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