The class crews have now been on the river for some time. Most of the men are so new that it is hard to tell what will happen to them. The seniors perhaps show the best form at the present day; their blade work is not very bad on the whole. The juniors are new, clumsy and heavy. Whatever may be said against them little can be brought out in their praise. The freshmen are new and excessively rough. No opinion can be formed of them; they are very heavy. The sophomores looked badly yesterday. They may get a man or two from the 'varsity that will help them out.
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