The advantages offered by the club are so great that they must appeal to every one who is interested in rowing. A professional coach is employed, and the boat house is furnished with every possible convenience. The boats are in excellent condition and are so numerous that many men can row at the same time without inconvenience. The charges for membership are very low, and for a Freshman who joins for his course of four years they are merely nominal.
Mr. George E. Weld gave the money necessary to buy the land and build the house, and since that time he has genererously aided the club in its expenses. The students certainly show little gratitude to Mr. Weld for his liberality and he can hardly be expected to continue to interest himself any afther unless he sees some signs of appreciation.