Sport: Football, Dec. 12, 1932

When the U. S. Academies at West Point and Annapolis agreed last summer, after a three-year breach of athletic relations, to resume playing football with each other, they failed to settle the differences on which the breach was based. Navy like other colleges observes the three-year eligibility rule; at West Point cadets who have played three years of varsity football elsewhere are still eligible for the team. This gives West Point an obvious advantage in Army-Navy games. Navy has not won since 1921. In last week's game, closing the football season for the...

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