11 College Presidents Will Draft Final Plans De-emphasizing Sports

Eleven college presidents meeting in Washington today will try to formulate a final plan for do-emphasis in interesting ate sports.

The finished athletic code must be passed by the executive committee of the American Council on Education, the organization which originally asked the presidents to find a solution to the college athletics problem.

Five rules for colleges have already been passed by the presidents. They forbid the continuation of post-season bowl football games, freshman participation on varsity teams, special courses for athletes, alumni athletic scholarships, and "lavish entertainment" of high school stars.