Yale Crew Quarters, Gales Ferry, Conn., June 14, 1909.--None of the crews were able to row this morning on account of a heavy wind. At 6 o'clock this afternoon, however, the university and freshman eights went up-stream two miles. On the way back the two eights had a brush for about a mile, which the university crew won by one length. The university and freshman fours took a short two up to Horton Cove and back.
Two-Mile Row Taken by Yale Crew
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