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UM sports should be reinstated

Colleges and UniversitiesUniversity of Maryland, College Park

Leaving college sports conferences seems to be widespread these days ("AD optimistic about team, Big Ten move," Dec. 1). The University of Maryland president says his school will take in much more money in the Big Ten. The athletic director assures student athletes the department will continue to support them.

Is it too much to hope the university will reinstate funding of the seven varsity sports that were dropped due to lack of funds?

Frederick E. Knowles, Chestertown

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