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Athletic Board Issues


Ohio State Gymnasts
,y R eport Win FromWolverin
- (Continued From Page 6)


event, Mercer of Ohio State re-
ceived 38"12 points to Alfred Dock-
er's 25 1/2 in swinging the Indian
clubs. This gave Ohio 931 points to
Michigan's 874.
NEW YORK-The Yankees have
just sent pitcher Bob Walsh, sen of
the famous Ed Walsh, to Jersey
City, and have obtained pitcher

ST9T,1 [N M 0 The report continues with an ac- of the Board, this change has been s
count of the agitation for a charityIa wholesome one. P
-game with the University of De- The players here dotnot give too
trait, and states the stand of the as the periods of practice are strict- o
Board on the subject. It is. a mat- ly limited by the Western Confer-
ter of history what that body did, ence to two hours a day during the,
Football Receipts, Athletic Policy thus silencing much criticism which sea on,includingnight mtitd Reid Scores Three of Four Goals
and Response to Over- had been leveled at the University also, as is the time when drills as Crossman Counts One
emphasis Given. because it would not break a West- start in the fall and spring. and an Assist.
ern Confe:ence rule. Athletic Expenses Low Last Year.ananAst
By Joe Russell Board Takes Stand on Charity. j The University has spent on (Continued from Page 6)
In the annual report of the Board Professor Aigler states for the coaching, traveling, equipment, etc.,he
in ontroofAthhn letcsfhihws Board thsinAcert esig Tenohasja total of only $40,000 during the sent home three of the Varsity
in Control of Athletics which was Board that since the Big Ten has past year, thus stamping out the goals, while Keith Crossman was
issued yesterday, Professor Ralph a very definite ruling which pro- g
W. Aigler, chairman of the Board I charges that too much is spent in I r sponisible for the fourth. Cross-
sets forth a detailed account of all hibits just such games as were pro- this department of the college edu- man, however, was also credited
transactions into which the Board posed, the decision of the Board cation.aDuring the last eight years hh
has entered during the past year, was the only one possible, and that te Bard in ontro has ha than as.
outlines the athletic improvement the giving of Michigan's share of very large sums of money, but has three markers.{
policy of the University of Michi- the proceeds of the University of made Michigan's athletic plant one The first Michigan score came(
gan, and upholds the University in Chicago game to the Governor's of the finest on the country. Im- with only 37 seconds of the first
its conduct toward the great "over- committee, and offering the use of provements of nearly $3,500,000
emphasized" American sport, foot- the Stadium for any charity game have bean made, only a third of period ormiuwing to play. Shortly
Accoring o therepot reciptscouldpossbly d to elp i thevotedto itercolegiteeatletis.cOfpuckhad bengsnttino eth Mar
ball. was as much as the University which may fairly be said to be de- f puck had been sent into the Mar-
According to the report receipts could possibly do to help m the this amount $1,250,000 remains to quette goal by Reid, only to bt,
from football this year amounted relief of the unemployed. It is be paid. The balance has been tak- called back for a face-off. Within
to $648,91953, but from this figure er r en care of by the earnings a minute after this disallowed goal
must be deducted $98,198.00, Michi- .ower of a game with the Univer-football team Reid again sent the puck whistling
gan's share of the proceeds of the sity of Detroit would be problemati- fea- past Schultz after taking a perfect
Chicago game which were given to cal to say the least. For the Chi- One of the most interesting fea-pass from Crossman.
charity at the suggestion of ex cago game the tickets which were tures of this report was a pian Marquette's b a t t 1 i n g puckmen
Governor Green and numerous sold for pure charity amounted to which has been suggested which played in hard luck in the closing'
newspapers.GAs football is the only about 16,000 and it is supposed that would form a national athletic period of the game, twice sending
sport here which pays for itself, thsnmeIol aermie lau.Ti lnwudda the puck into the Wolverine net
this money must be used to support the same for any other game Mich- line between those institutions only to have it called back after
the other intercollegiate teams igan night have entered into. The which adhere to certain standards onldeplays Michigan, however,
which represent the school, as well main reason why the crowds come of athletics and those which do made plenty of goals in this period
as to pay off any indebtedness! to games as stated by Professor hot. An outline of such a plan to clinch the game even if the Hill-
which the University may incur in Aigler rests upon the long athletic appears in the report, 'There should topper sc e h b evenilowed.
unerakngtomkeimroemnt rvarywhcheiss etee tobe a national association the mem- toprsoe aienalwd
undetakig tomakeimprvem nst ivaut ich extisbeweend twoebership of which should be limited'I Reid Counts Two.
in the athletic plant. institutions, and this would hi Emmy Reid registered the first of
Improvements Added. been lacking between the Univer- to those colleges and universities these three markers after seven
To quote the report, "These fig- sity of Detroit and the University that adhere to the following rules: -I
urs show tat epratof Michigan. Other charity games 1. One year's residence and one minutes of play, shooting the rub-
come for the year was sufficient not which were played this year were year's earned credit with no out- thintdthenet fo ag pto nt I
singla~ falurs indraingthestaningentanc defciecie asthe red line at an angle to the net.
only to take care of the current snua alrsi rwn h tnigetac eiinisa rsmnfloe hsu vtha
expense items including the heavy crowds they were supposed to, con- a prerequisite to eligibility. Crossman followed this up with an-
expensthereprt.m. Noeliibidtyngterhhreehyeasy other goal less than four minutesI
deficits in all intercollegiate sports tinues te rOver-emphasis. of2.in erlegiate ome tio.years later, eluding the Marquette de-
other than football, but to provide .hisc .oo . fense men to score the point from
additional permanent improvements In answering criticism which has 3. Competition limited to under- another difficult angle. The third
approximately $155 been leveled at intercollegiate ath- graduates. snordsffid a dethrd
amountduing tepatfe onh score, also by Reid, was made from 00.
ipv esa lrlletics during the past few months 4. No intercollegiate football aft- the red line again, but from a pos-
These improvements are largely t rpnat tins "out ot of er the Sunday before Thanksgiving, ition directly in front of the net.
Golfcouse, as'r eyteniewonrwa fortunate things about most of and no more than five college days This double victory over the Hill-
Golf course as extensive work was eei n a the absence allowed from the home toppers marked the first hockey
needed in addition to the acquisi- swepingn rgeraity."The mostcampus during the playing season- series that the Wolverines have
tion of some new land. To com- common charge against football, 5. Effective faculty control of ever won from Marquette in all
plee te olfng acliteswhih wic semsto have e in for
plete the golfing facilities which hia oporton ofte riis athletic activities. their years of competition.
will be at the disposal of students is that it is over-emphasized - that
next spring there remains but the it bulks too large in student life.
building of a club house. This pro-Tit bulsto rinctudentslife.
ject has been postponed due to enThis morale snteyng a it
conditions which have arisen since en much more sanely now than it
the plans for the structure were was in years past. This fact is not-
submitted to the Board. However, iceable to visitors who come back
this postponement will not mean for the games, and in the opinion
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Parker of Michigan, each gather
6 points. By gaining a team sc
of 183 to Michigan's 1471%, O
clinched the meet. In the fi



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