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Head football coach John Yovicsin has decided to turn down the offer to work as a special assistant to Bill Veeck at Suffolk Downs race track in East Boston only a week after accepting the position.
"I have completely given up any plans for working at Suffolk Downs." Yovicsin said in a prepared statement released yesterday morning just before he left town for a speaking tour.
The Harvard coach said last week that "it was really the perfect type of outside activity for me," but Monday he met with Veeck and told him that he no longer wanted the post.
Veeck said yesterday, "We regret that Mr. Yovicsin won't be abailable. We regret the Harvard has put him in a position where he is unable to accept. We
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