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With the appointment of Ohio State's Stahl to fill the baseball vacancy left by the resignation of Fred Mitchell, speculation continues as to who will take over the one remaining mentor gap, that in hockey. Coach Joseph Stubbs '20, leader of the puckmen for eleven years, resigned last season.

Among those who have been prominently named for the post are Clark Hodder '25, this year's assistant coach, John Garrison '31, former Harvard and Olympic star, and George Ford '37, captain two years ago. In the professional ranks Director of Athletics William J. Bingham '16 is understood to have looked over George Owen '23, M. I. T. coach, Hugo Harrington, Olympics head, Cooney Weiland, Boston Bruins and assistant coach here in 1932, Fred Hitchman, lately of the Boston Brunis, and Bun Cook and Frank Boucher, of the New York Rangers.

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