The 'varsity and freshman crews of Columbia are rapidly getting into form for the four-cornered race at Saratoga next June. The university crew will probably finish its training on the Harlem and go over to the Hudson before the end of the month, about which time the new boat house will be ready. The members of the 'varsity crew have been rowing in their present positions very regularly of late and the make-up of the eight in the race next June will probably be the same as at present. The men for the last two or three weeks have been in quarters at Mary Villa, on Columbia's new site. The freshman crew has also gone into quarters there. The positions in the 'varsity eight are as follows: Stroke, H. Evelyn Pierrepont; 2, M. Macdonald; 3, A. R. Campbell; 4. J. H. Prentice; 5, Hobdy; 6, Gale Carter; 7, O. Yongaire; bow, Reginald Pressprich. The substitutes are Hall, Shoup, and McCloud. Last week Livingston did some practicing as coxswain. Frederick Sill, who held the position last year, steered the boat a few times.