Sport: New Coach

Rarely does an important coach, in an important college, resign his job. Still less often does such a coach resign in midseason, without any premonitory public rumbling of trouble. Yet when Edward A. Stevens, head rowing coach at Harvard, resigned last week, with the Yale race at New London only three weeks off, he gave as reason only the cryptic statement: "Lack of co-operation on the part of the crew . . ." His resignation was accepted. Next day Herbert H. Haines, coach of the freshman crews, was appointed in his place.

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