Sport: Harvard Yes; Yale No

Harvard, which does not pay big money for football coaches, naturally made no pass at Michigan's Coach-of-the-Year Fritz Crisler (TIME, Dec. 22). Instead, this week it picked off Crisler's chief scout and end coach, Arthur L. Valpey, to succeed retiring Coach Dick Harlow.

Yale was still without a coach. Columbia's able Lou Little was all set to take the job, but changed his mind this week. Why? He had just heard from General Ike Eisenhower, Columbia's president-elect. Said Ike to Lou: "You fit into my plans."


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