President Barnard of Columbia, and President Webb of the College of the City of New York, are not in favor of a conference of college presidents to take action in regard to the regulation of athletic sports as proposed by President McCosh of Princeton. They claim that fully as good results can be secured by correspondence as by a conference, and a saving of valuable time made.
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