Here's a problem that every young college entrant is facing today in competition with the G.I. students, bigger, older, steadier, more mature. All High School Seniors and their parents will be interested in this story of two brothers, both Rutgers Freshmen, both football players. But what the older brother achieves with concentrated application, the younger brother feels himself cheated out of because of his inability to compete on the campus. An excellent college story with many levels of story appeal, the primary interest lying in the author's sensitive and penetrating analysis of the student situation today. As dean of the school of which he writes, Earl Silvers' recommendation of two years out in either business or the service before entering college will be of special interest to the many who face this decision. The army suggestion bears none of the earmarks of patriotic gesture, but is a careful and considered alternative to business or a special job.