New York, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1919.--At a meeting in this city this afternoon of the athletic heads of Yale, Princeton, and the University, represented respectively by Professor Corwin, Dean McLenahan and Professor R. B. Merriman '96, the question of closer triangular athletic alliance among the three colleges was under discussion. It was believed that a closer athletic relationship would tend to form a high standard of athletic rules which would be submitted to the college athletic world on the basis of fair-play and not in a spirit of imposing their will upon other colleges. The definite decisions made at this meeting will be published at an early date.
Plan Closer Triangular Alliance
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