CREWS HAVE LIGHT WORKOUTS

FOUR-MILE PADDLE AFTER PRACTICE IN PAIR OAR UNDER COACH WRAY.

Harvard Training Quarters, Red Top, Conn., June 3, 1914.--Practice for all the crews was light today. Coach Wray took the men out for the regular morning work in the pair oar. This was followed by an easy four-mile paddle for all crews. In the afternoon the three eights again paddled over the upper course of two miles. Coach Wray took the University and Freshman boats together, the second following under Mr. Herrick. The coaches are giving special attention to eliminating all roughness from the catch.

The training here in comparatively smooth water is beginning to tell. The stroke is gaining in ease and power since the men are free of the swash caused by the walls of the Basin.