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Navy To Reverse Stand On Three'
Year Varsity Player Principle
To Mend Breach
STUDENTS FAVOR GAMESI
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Sept. 28.-,The now
historic Army-Navy break in Ath-
letic relations,. it develops on the
eve of their 1928 football seasons,
is likely to be patched., up much
sooner that has generally been ex-
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It is even possible, though notI
likely, that the two service schools{
will effect a reconciliation and
get together on the grid-iron this
seeason, in spite of the fact bothl
have arranged rugged and, inde-
pendent schedules as a result of.
the rift, it is now considred certain
the rift that occurred last winter,
if not, it is now considered certain
that they will resume football re-
lations in 1930.
The primary basis for this un-
expected outlook for peace, it is
understood, will be a complete re-
versal of the Navy's. stand dn the'
three-year varisty player principle
-the rock on which the academies
split. The paramount motive, how-
ever, will be to restore harmony

any compromise agreement on the
issue of athletic eligibility require-
ments, will concede West Point's
right to play its men, regardless of
how much previous college experi-
ence they have had.
Just when these prospective de-
velopments may take definite form
is speculative. Officially, neither
academy has committed itself to
a positive move toward peace. In
fact, West Point, standing pat as
it has from the start, has permit-
ted the impression to go out that
it sees no immediate hope of a
renewal of relations with Annapo-
lis.
This tnuch, however, is certain;
that an overwhelming sentiment
exists at both academies, among
officers as well as cadets and mid-
shipmen, for a speedy peace and
renewal of athletic relations in all
branches of sports; that the new
heads of the two institutions. Maj.
Gen. Smith and Rear Admiral
Robison, both are sympathetic

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