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Mr. F. D. Colson and a Graduate Committee to Have Charge Next Spring


The system of coaching for the University crew next spring is outlined in the following arrangements announced last night by Captain Dillingham:

Permit me to make public the arrangements that have been made for coaching the crews during the coming season.

A committee consisting of Mr. E. C. Storrow '89, Mr. G. S. Mumford '87, and Mr. F. L. Higginson, Jr., '00, has been appointed to concur with the captain, instead of a single graduate head coach.

Co-operating with this committee, Mr. F. D. Colson will coach the University crew. Mr. Colson is a graduate of Cornell University, received the degree of LL.B. from the same institution, and for the past four years has been instructing in the Cornell College of Law. He has received a leave of absence for the second half year and comes to Harvard partly in order to become familiar with the method of instruction and administration in the Harvard Law School, and to carry on special work in the Law library.

While a student at Cornell, Mr. Colson was coxswain of three university crews, and in his senior year, captained the crew from the coxswain's seat. For the past four years, in addition to his work in the Cornell Law School, Mr. Colson has coached the Cornell freshman crews.

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