Occasional announcements emanating from Harvard make it clear that the emphasizing of the triangular aspect of intercollegiate athletics is something more than a vague tendency; it is, indeed, a fact which is becoming ever more clearly-established. One cannot escape obvious conclusions, of which the chief, I think, is that Harvard, Yale, and Princeton--traditional leaders in intercollegiate sport--intend to work out among themselves a code of athletics which will satisfy the scrupulous investigation of any scrupulously inclined person who feels impelled at any future time to undertake the task. --New York Evening Post.
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