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PAGE, TWO

TI-I MICHIGAN DAILY

FRlIDAY, JANUARY

20, 19i

20, 1923

PLANS TO- INCREASE
ATHLETIC CHANNELS'',
APPROVED BY BOARfti

DONATES MILLION ARCHEOLOGISTS
TO U. OF CHICAGO WILL MAKE TRIP

eseach C mpleed 5It. has been found tha. the rate ofi
B Buisjr S i si oek turn increases regulartly andI~

REITORT 'FAVORIS iULIN4GS
INCREASE PARTICIPATION
INt VARSITY S1PQR,

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I II accomlp any 1% gfee F. Al c D)alH1(1 accQordinlg to aniiannotin cemlit. o'
oil all exa rintr1 lp to I si I IRoyale thiie 1Bureau of Buisiness ReseaHrch o=
I n Lake Siiperaor, m'x' .iJillv. lw tlie school. (f Bus.inless A di mi sra_
part v will make the :rip abozlvd Ab'i
~ ; trl i day, ii" foth inma;]or'rsearcht
i Dolai ; aclt-, ll] te 10('31I0 te ia
ihers file mot o01)1 Ol l i about fild l- Poet, Han invest iion o ther11a
ing [ tlher tra itsof thea cllv it v of ion:h ip bet weelHl Zl((' k and lsales: in
lthe Norsemen, Wiolo tobelijeve(Il to j ya11,10U5 ropresentiiVe (01)11 ltllis
Ki e iniha bit ed the Isle n' n y yea is cei_~nl~tsoeIln;atbe
before the white man made a1)1p-ted.
p laan( in Ame(H c~. A(cDonll dhia"s
I ol to Isl e hiovalhe before anad fola ld Th1e0 work, Alhick0 Was under 1'the di-
conll JWve (evdence o'.'ithe in - r eliou 0:Prof. Carnl iN. SchmalIz, as-

WILL ENLARGE PROGRAM
ii isIailderstandiIng (01 -ature Of Pla
HIas Cased Cuidne CrtciG;1,
JBoardI elleves
Approbation of the new plans and
rulings recently adopted to govern
participation in intercollegiate ath-
let ics was exception ally stressed in{
the report :of the Board in Control!
ofi Athletics :presented a few days ago
to the University Senate and to the
Board of Regents by Prof. Ralph Aig-
ber of the Law school, chairman of
the Board. The report stated that
for many years one of the chief criti-
cisms of intercollegiate athletics had
been. the centering of attention and
tr aining upon such a small percent-
age of the student body; that fur -
thermore, Conference legislation ha d
tendled strongly to emphasize suchi
concentration. The recent changes
in rules. mnade by that body were first
presented five or six years ago, but
opinion was not readly for such rev-
,olttionary action and the proposal
failed of adoption.
Since that time the insistence <tf
many leading educators, including
President Clarence Cook Little, that
there be not only more interest but
more actual participation in such
contests has resulted in the persua-
sion of sufficient representatives to
the viewing favorably the rejected
proposals of five years ago. It is the
belief of the m-embers of the Board
that there are many benefits to bej
(erived from participation .in inter-
collegiate games, and that under
-wise regulations as to amounts and~
coniditionis of competition the aca-
demic accomplishments of the parti-
ciliants will not be jeopardized; on
the whole that they will be aided.
'Phis has been the motive behind the
recent addition of fencing as a re-
urlar Varsity sport.
Little occasion for alarm is felt that
the non-participating student body
will become increased in its unrest-
fulness, thought to be one of the
mnost serious evils of collegiate ath-
letics, merely by the addition of more
gamnes under the new rules. It is
thought that the larger and wider
participation may tend to take off
some of the keen edge of the suppos-
edly prevailing over-excitement. Crit-
icismas of this new plan by coaches,
as reported in news dispatches, are
considered to be due to a failure to
understand the real nature of the de-
parture or to a curiously warped
view- as to the nature and position
of anl intercollegiate athletic program
in an educational institution.
In regard to the criticisms of the
new stadium, the board has answer-
edl that it was the deliberate plan
to build a structure in the most eco-i
nromical way that would bring the
largest number of spectators within
a given distance of the playing field.
In regard to complaints of congestion
in entering and leaving the stadium,
it may be not only possible but de-
sirable to make some alterations. Ac-
tual timing has shown that thirteen
minutes after the final gun had
sounded the last spectator of a ca-
pacity crowd was out of the stands.
Much of the congestion in the re-
gion of the press box in sections 21
and 22 has been due to the tendency'
of spectators to stand there on the
concourse out of the wind. This will
be corrected by the building of a
wall back of the last row of seats.
The Board wants it understood that
it is not ignoring criticisms, but is
giving them careful study and at-
tention..
Temporary Seats Yield Profit
The erection of 1,000 take-down
seats ont the cxncoi'rS<' ,o 'it ed in a
cleari profit of ui'irjthan $0,0^4, ?rut
it is not n2rarf to 'x, constrindK as
indicat ive of an intent ion to enlarge
the present permanent capacity. A
system of preferential allotment of

tickets Ito those connected with the
University in the capacity of stu-
(lent, alumnus, facutlty-m'-ember, or
the like until such quota should bie
exhausted was submitted to the
Board of Regents, but,, was disap-
proved.
With the addition of such improve-
ments as the new intramural sports
buiilding the Board thinks that it
" may be possible to take steps in the
very near future to enlarge the scope
of the general physical education
program.
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