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In order that our readers may have a breath of the bracing, intellectual air that pervades American colleges, we quote the following editorial from, the Daily Maroon of the University of Chicago for October 14:

The rushing of high-school athletes for the university is now the business of the Intramural Department. . . .

This committee is a regularly organized activity, maintaining offices the year round. Its work is necessary if the university is to maintain its present position in intercollegiate athletics. Through its work, which last year was concentrated

Noble work! Three cheers for the professional athletes which colege students higher education. The Nation

Noble work! Three cheers for the professional athletes which colege students higher education. The Nation

Noble work! Three cheers for the professional athletes which colege students higher education. The Nation

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