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H. W. Clark '23, assistant director of Athletics in the University, announced yesterday that Harry Hillman, track coach at Dartmouth, Arthur Corcoran, former end coach at Fordham, and A. W. Samborski '25, director of Intramural Athletics in the University, had been added to the teaching staff of the Harvard Summer School for athletic coaches.
Samborski, who caught for the University nine during his undergraduate days, is to give a course on baseball coaching during the summer term, this being the first time that such a course has been offered. Hillman will act as a visiting lecturer in the course given by Coach E. L. Farrell of the University track team. Hillman will deal particularly with the hurdles and high jump events, having served as coach of both of these on the 1924 and 1928 Olympic teams. Corcoran, a former Holy Cross football star, will give lectures on end play, as a part of the course which E. L. Casey '20, coach of the Freshman eleven is presenting on football.
The courses of the summer school will be given by the Department of Physical Education, of which Dr. C. H. Keene of Buffalo is the director, and Clark is in charge of the courses on coaching. As previously announced, this will be the first year that this department has presented complete courses on the art of coaching in the various branches of sport.
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