Another day's easy work for the University crews, yesterday, is a fresh indication of a probable time-row in the near future. The orders remained unchanged. Both eights rowed poorly and with little life. In two stretches of less than a mile each, Ayer's crew finished slightly in the lead.
Francis's illness is not so serious as was thought at first, but he will be laid off for about a week. Bullard's ankle is slowly improving, but it is still very weak from the treatment to remove the soreness. Bullard has already tried a little pair-oar work, and will probably be back in the eight in less than a week.