Cancel Southern Trips and Cut Down On Number of Contests

Yale will put into effect a policy of retrenchment in its athletics this Winter and Spring, it was announced recently by Harold F. Woodcock, general manager of Yale athletics. The most important change in the policy is the discontinuing of the usual spring trips to the South taken by the baseball, tennis, track, and lacrosse teams.

The baseball schedule will include several less games than other years, but the hockey team will engage in the usual number of contests. The entire winter schedule will include about a dozen less contests than last year. Yale is determined to continue its junior university teams the coming season, despite the fact that Princeton organized no junior university teams this year, because of the additional number of athletes kept in training and the increased interest in sport created by jayvee competition.