Favorable reception has met the Ivy League proposal, according to telegrams received, last night and printed below.
"Yale undergraduate opinion favorable though not enthusiastic about Ivy League, but university officials in general are opposed and stress complications as difficulty in enforcing uniform entrance and eligibility requirements and scholarship grants. Yale athletic director Malcolm Farmer unprepared to comment yet, as is President James R. Angell but they were both opposed in the Fall of 1934, when President Gates of Pennsyl-
Statement by Gaffney
"The formation of the Ivy League will prove to be the right step in the preservation of amateur football. The proposed members of the League are natural rivals for a variety of reasons. In time, the members of the League should develop toward one another fine competition, spirit, and tradition."
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