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BASEBALL COACH BARRED ON FIELD

Yale and Princeton Would Do Away With Official Help During Games.

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Princeton has recently passed a rule forbidding the baseball coach to remain on the field during a game, and Yale has expressed its willingness to enforce the same rule in its contest with Princeton. The idea is, that with the coach directing the play from the bench, the contest is rather between coaches than teams. Whether this idea is correct, and whether the evil, if it exists, could be remedied by removing the coach to the grand stand will not be discussed here; it is merely interesting to see what stand Harvard will take in the matter. Last year the Athletic Committee considered the matter, and the Baseball Advisory Committee took it up this fall, but no definite action has yet been taken.

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