The remaining class crews are all in training for the inter-class races to take place May 12. They would have been on the water considerably before this, had not the boat-house been moved to the Mott Haven side, and swung around in the placing. Eighty-eight's crew is less settled that of any of the other classes, no positions having as yet been assigned. The men training are: G. F. Warren, Jr.; H. Parsons, captain; T. S. Perkins; E. P. Callender; F. E. Hopke; J. B. Taylor; A. D. Dodsworth; H. N. Tiemann; F. P. Smith; G. S. Percival. The '89 men and their positions are: J. F. Jopling, bow; W. Friedmann, 2; E. H. Wedekind, 3; C. Piez, 4, captain; R. T. Wainwright, 5; F. E. Denton, 6; C. K. Beckman, 7; H. C. Pelton, stroke; A. J. Provost, coxswain. The following men compose the '90 crew: T. P. Fay, bow; M. T. Bogert, 3, captain; J. M. Hewlett, 4; T. McIlvaine, 5; W. I. A. Brauns, 6; S. R. Bradley, Jr., 7; R. Meikleham, stroke; E. L. Dufourcq. There are five men in training for number 2. As has been said above, the freshmen will probably enter a provisional crew in this race.