THERE are curiously conflicting stories from the shareholders of Club IT about why consultant Calvin Craig can no longer be seen hanging around their bar. Partner Hans Lodders claimed Calvin was employed to ''put things back in order'' at the troubled club and now the contract's over, but co-owner Dennis Thompsett told a different version. ''Calvin resigned . . . because he was unhappy that we were talking to a guy called Mickey Smith about organising entertainment. He wanted to do the entertainment himself, so it was a conflict of great egos in a very small area.'' Smith, we recall, is the DJ for acid house music at places like the Viceroy of India. We called Calvin, who said he had sacked several people to get rid of ''$1.5 million of unnecessary overheads'' - not a great popularity booster. ''But I don't know why Dennis should say this. It's not true. The place is just getting back on its feet; it doesn't need this.'' Whatever the truth of the matter, we can only surmise that IT is not a happy place, and wonder when all the partners last enjoyed a drink together.