In little league like the majors when bunting and you miss the pitch it is a strike. It depends on the umpire; if he thinks the batter offered at the pitch, he will call the strike. Simply holding the bat in the strike zone is not offering at the pitch unless the umpire decides that. It is a safer bet to teach your batters to pull the bat out of the strike zone if they decide to not bunt at the pitch.
No. Schools do not get "offered" to be an Ivy League School. This is an unofficial term applied to certain schools. There is no unified organization that oversees these schools.
MLB players do that sometimes. I don't see why the rules would be different in little-league. A player can hit the ball with the bat in any way he pleases.
The League of Nations
Well its the level of playing ability of the team that divides england's football clubs into 4 different divisions. The premier league is considered to be the best league while league 2 is considered to be an amateur league.
it can be considered this actually!
Yes, but you must have some type of education
The League of Nations.
Nonexistant. The American League began play as a major league in 1901. Prior to that, it was known as the Western League and was not considered part of the Majors.
The League of Nations was the first major attempt to create an international organization that could prevent war, and even though it failed, it was still an inspiration for the next attempt, the United Nations, which has done many important things even though it also has failed to prevent a great many wars.