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George E. Arlett has been named coach of sculling at the University, effective July 1. A former freshman crew coach at Rutgers University, he will succeed K. Blake Dennison, retiring after 39 years on the Harvard scene.
Arlett was a top-flight sculler in, England, coached Finland's Olympic crew in 1948, and coached America's Jack Kelly Jr., when he competed in the Diamond Sculls at Henley.
He joined the Rutgers staff in the fall of 1959. Earlier that year, he had coached at Lower Merion High School, a rowing coach since 1932, Arlett will also have charge of all Harvard rowing activities out of Weld Boat House.
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