JOHNS HOPKINS' REED: A "no-Subsidy" policy....
We do believe the game has very real values. However, we have had to ask
ourselves if they are realized.
UCLA'S ALLEN: Any code which does not take into
account alumni and booster organizations and make it possible to work
constructively with them will fail.
HARVARD'S PUSEY: The Scholarship Committee gives the
same consideration to football players as to other students. We have no special
sources of aid....
PRINCETON'S DODDS: Educators must sense the importance
of eliminating duality—one set of standards for education and another for
MICHIGAN'S HATCHER: Football's professional-type
buildup puts a special pressure on players and coaches and institutions which
they should not have to bear.
MINNESOTA'S MORRILL: Football has moved too far into
the realm of public entertainment, with a distortion of its rightful place in