EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON :-It is one thing to say that policy has been adopted and things have been done through the influence or advice of Mr. Bancroft, which are to be condemned. It is quite another thing to say that our crews can get on without a paid coach. As far as the first matter is concerned, the Athletic Committee and the Graduate Committee are perhaps better qualified to judge than we are. But I maintain we should insist on being consulted, we should insist on having the facts carefully considered, as far as concerns the need of a paid coach. My private opinion is that the action of the committees is a compromise. They wish to get rid of a man. They see abuses that are not due merely and solely to the use of a paid coach; they don't like to attack a man, and so they compromise on forbidding the use of a paid coach.