The University and second crews had their first long row of the season yesterday afternoon. The shells were towed downstream below the Longwood bridge where the crews got into them from the launch and rowed slowly down to the Union Boat Club. Both crews then rowed upstream together for two miles, where the second crew stopped. The University crew was then about a length and a half in the lead, but continued upstream to the first bend above the Newell Boat Club, rowing in all about four miles.
The work of both crews was satisfactory, although the University crew rushed their shoot and slide badly at times.
The orders were as follows:
University crew--Stroke, Farley; 7, Severance; 6, Bacon; 5, Richardson; 4, Glass; 3, Faulkner; 2, Lunt; bow, Burchard; cox., Blagden.
Second Crew--Stroke, Tappan; 7, Amberg; 6, Lovering; 5, Hanfstaengl; 4, Morgan; 3, Swaim; 2, Fahnestock; bow, Wiggins; cox., Arnold.
UNIVERSITY CREWS RACEThis afternoon at 4.15 o'clock the University, second, and third crews will hold a race, starting at the bathing beach
CHANGES IN THE CREWS.Yesterday the University crews were coached from the launch by E. C. Storrow '89. Captain Bullard rowed for the first
Changes in Class Crews YesterdayMany important changes took place in the orders of the class crews yesterday afternoon when new men and those dropped
CLASS CREWS RACE TODAYThe Beacon Cup Regatta for class crews will be rowed at 5.15 o'clock this afternoon over the mile and seven-eighths
CREW WORK DURING THE WEEKYesterday the members of the University crew squad had light work, going out one at a time with Coach Wray