Player Piano - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

The football coach and director of physical education at Cornell, Doctor Harold Roseberry, is examining two letters. One explains that Halyard is coming to Cornell to take his PE test. The coach has other things on his mind, though. He was hired to give Cornell a winning football team, and the university spent the money to get the coach's dream team. Still, that was five years ago. The team has been winning, and the investment has paid off, with enough returns to build new buildings for the university. The players are beginning to get old, though, and the coach hasn't had any more money to buy new players.

The coach plans a letter to the alumni to raise money, but he also has a trick up his sleeve. He saw a promising young player named Buck playing football with his fraternity. The coach...

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