What? No Slapstick?

As president since 1938 of U.S. Steel Corp.'s two coal-mining subsidiaries, Harry M. Moses has had many a scrap over the bargaining table with John L. Lewis. Last week 53-year-old Harry Moses resigned as president of the companies, to devote his full time to the bargaining battle.

Moses will head the new Bituminous Coal Operators' Association, which represents 22 operators who produce about 34% of the nation's coal. Purpose: to present a solid front and "bring order and dignity into the labor relations of the industry." Moses will try, he said, to remove coal negotiations (not due again until next...

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