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EXPRESS REGRET OVER lr ackTmes n
JOHNTSON RELIEVED OF ACTIVE DUTY BY OWNER
Baylor .Team Wiped]
Out In Catastrophe'
(By- Associated Press)3
ROUND ROCKTex.,' .Tai. 24.-The
M ATMEN LEAVE 'rO
[I UB ARD CIVS JII N Telvbe to compete becauseof thee
years of previous competition wie:
OiilsSyCnditOflyes the other ten are all candidates for }: >
WasMot Sor tsmanlle c ICoach Farrell 's track team, put on ::"
Duig ae the feature event of the nlrst time I
p ytrials of the season Saturday after-
FISHER, ROPER SORRY i noon at Yost field house.
--- They were grouped into three mile..
tNEW YORK, Jan 24.-A widening relay t'eams which Coach ate ve Far-
circle of denial aond regret of Wynant rell thought should} run about even
D. Hubbard's charges that Princeton and when the race was over there was
played dirty football against Har- scarcely a foot be "ween the three;
yardl rose from the two universities to- , teams. Ilffer rnstin (Capt.), Fein- ";:.:":;:"">:"."
da". For thxe magazine Liberty. Hub- singer, Meese and Jackson ;won in
bard who played guard for Harvard! 3 rains., 34, sees. The second team;
wrote an article in which he named fI was made of Mueller (Capt.), Brown,
Harvard players who he said hady Howe, and Barton while the Ohl- >}..i -
been injured dlbrtl by PrneKeiser (Capt.), Scebmelig, Leonard and ;}
ton. ILasser quartet brough up third. Ohl- ;r:
Dr. Charles W. Kennedy, chairman heiser, running the last lap ran a*
of the Princeton University board of stronag race and probably would have
athletic control, declared Hubbard's won but for hav ing' the outside.
chares "nworhy f anwer rom . The other trials were good also, ac-
P rinceton." Instead he offered the tes- cordingto Coach Farrell who is well.;:;:<.,..;
timoy ofF. W Murhy, f Brwn peased with the early showing.Is
Uiest;W. IItOeson, of Lehigh,fLfiOg kenaia onte'ie rmMonroe
(adW. G. rowello wrhoe l n4 mns,34 , is-5 sees., which iz oo
of whomhave served as officials i iefrti al ntesao.Mn
HradPictnbattles from 1919 o' tm a 4 mins. 35 sees.
to 126 urig wichpeiod lubaid Hornberger won the two mile trial
charged that eyes wr ogd, linmbs i is,5 eslaigClaa
broken -and other injuries inflcted1, oflat ya.s.tamto.hetap.:al
ofThe officials were unanizlmous in) lahan was the only other man to finishx
their statements tathe games werethraestepcee wsaot
cleanly played; that injuries were not aiiln n o aur.Big n
a iln n o aumaliciously inflicted; and the conduct Wuerfel are not yet in shape for the 5AP 6AAAR_0, 4,-,,ARD .JVDGE
of players most sportsmanlike as befit- run. .AM~ts ANV t;
tbgy la etee gentlemencace The half went to Beals in 2 mins.r
by enteme."1 4-5 ecs., with Munger in second1 After 27 ytars a~s head of the Amer-
From contemporaries of Hubbard place. 'Hunt, a sophomore was third ican league, Ban Johnson, president,
in Harvard football came regrets that and Pfluke, fourth. Cooper gained was relieved of his duties Sunday at
the feeling between the two former first in both the high and low hurdles, ! a meeting of the club owners ill Chi-
links of the "Big Three", demonstratedwnin hadlfrm oes TeI cago. Frank.1J. Navin, owner of the I
when. athletic-relations were susp~end- distance was 65 yards in each event.' Detroit club and vice president of
ed after the annual football meeting the league, will assume the duties of
lastfal, shuldbe ept liv byNo times were given out.
lastall,_houlbekptalveb president for the time being.
charges such as Hubbard's.Ilhelhwsgenatecue
"Itisunfirtobot Hrvad nd Indiana's' defensive power, never of Johnson's temporary retirement
Princeton," Robert T. Fisher, Harvard strong, will be greatly weakened with frmtelau.~eiee;bn ti
coach from 1919 to 1925, told the Har- tegauto fWisobc imeeatueJohnsilneverbuite-
yard Crimson in regard to Hubbard's teguadnFuary. tWison bc :eievdtatJhsn ilnne e
artclard,____in___February.________turn___ to head the junior circuit again.
"Deplorable," and "unlsports manl- ___________________ So far as the title goes, Johnson re-'
like" were the terms applied to the I mains president of the league, draw-
article by Representative Hamilton 1 INT1RAM1URAL TRYOUTS j ing his $40,000 a year salary. His
Fish Jr., himself" a former Harvard contract does not expire until 1935,!
football captain and All-American All second semester freshmen and his last public utterance Sunday
guard.I an sophomores wishing to try was that hie would fight to hold his 1
( out for Intramural maniagerships office "until hell freezes over."
Wisoni~ eaurd i te cm~ jare requested to call at the In- Granting of the "vacation" to John-
backs of last week's basketball by de- 1 trarniural office at Waterman !i son by the American league club own-;
(eating Northwestern in, an overtime'I gymnasium any afternoon this I ers was an automatic postponement
contest. This places the Badgers see- coming week between 3 and 5 . of Johnson's meeting with Commis-
ond in the Conference race. o'clock.! sioner Kenesaw M. Landis which was
____________I MELVIN OLL, Manager. 11 to be a "showdown" between the corn-'
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was wiped out here today when a fast I Wovrnrsleswl nri
International Great Northern railroad hSafeno frEvlioIl,
train ran into a motorbus and took the weete ilme i.hetr
lives of ten and injured five, one oftorowngtithr l'coe-
whom is not expected to live. eneme !tesaon. L ur)l
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CockRlh .Wof and his. has- Tenmeets with Indiana and C(:.iic(a
ke1bl payr were scheduled to.rsetiey
meet the University o TexasLn-IBkrhsrcvrds~hinl
7hrstonight. They had completed
allbut22 ile ofther tip romfrom his recent illness to face Ka.
Waco to the statte capital. pesa fteNrhefrmt.m
COL . JACOB :I .' :.: - - - w i l e k eike or IH adley in the '12
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