YALE CREW QUARTERS, GALES FERRY, CT., June 12, 1907.--The Yale eight had another time row over the four-mile course about 7 o'clock tonight. The late start was due to the rough weather. The row was upstream with the wind and tide favorable and the course was covered in 22 minutes, 11 seconds. At the two-mile mark, opposite the Navy Yard the freshman eight took up the race one length ahead, and finished a length behind the university crew.
The freshman and university four-oars had a mile brush, in which the university won by a length. Dunkle replaced Peyton at number 3 in the university four-oar. The places on the all crews are as yet undecided. All the men are in good condition.