Dormitory Crews Show Improvement
The work of the dormitory crews during the last few days has shown a decided improvement over that of last week, and although some of the crews have dropped out and some are still in a very unsettled condition, there are at least six crews which are going very well. Claverly has been greatly strengthened by the addition of Thayer and Howe, and Randolph by the shift which put Hill in at 4, Peabody replacing Cammack at 2. These two crews together with Russell and Beck-Hampden are easily the best crews from the Weld boathouse, and all of them are up to the standard of dormitory crews of past years, while two of them, at least, seem to be better.
Thayer and Mt. Auburn St. still hold their own as the best of the crews rowing from the Newell, but Mt. Auburn St., the better crew of the two, has been badly shaken up this week by the temporary loss of some of its men to the third University eight. The plans and divisions for the races which begin next Wednesday, will be announced in Monday's CRIMSON.