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HARLOW ON HERALD-TRIBUNE FOOTBALL COACH FACULTY

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Dick Harlow, Jock Sutherland, head football coach at Pittsburgh, Clipper Smith of Villanova, Tad Wieman, new Princeton mentor and Lou Little of Columbia were named yesterday as members of the faculty of the New York Herald-Tribune's fourth annual coaching school.

About 250 coaches from all over the country will take notes assiduously while the distinguished faculty members lecture on Football 106b (meets three times a week)--Advanced theories and practices of football, with special reference to offensive measures. The coaching school opens in New York on August 29.

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