And Then There Were Ten

J. W. L.
December 1980
New Yorker;12/1/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 41, p208
The article focuses on the rule which requires for at least ten-game schedule for the players in the Ivy League. The rule has been contended by some of the Leaguers who stressed that there was no enough manpower to play, even in a set of nine matches. However, despite the unfavorable responses for the rule, it will also bring beneficial effects to some teams like the Army.


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