'Sour' Ivy Presidents Held Football Menace

PHILADELPHIA, Oct, 2--George Preston Marshall, owner of the Washington Redskins, said today that the Ivy League schools which created college football are destroying it.

Marshall told the Philadelphia Football Writers Assn. that the cure for college football's ills is to fire 90 per cent of the college presidents.

"The trouble with college presidents is that most of them wanted to play football but couldn't make the team.

"Why such great institutions as Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, etc., are taking it upon themselves to destroy the game they created, I don't know," said Marshall.