Harvard Training Quarters. Red Top., Conn., June 4, 1914.--Owing to the rough water, a strong wind and steady rain, today's practice was very light. The morning practice, which Coach Wray directed from his single, consisted of a few short-brushes between the Freshmen and the second crew, in which the latter showed a slight superiority. The boat of the Freshman four filled with water and sank just as the float was reached. In the afternoon the crews paddled down to the Navy Yard, which is the half-way mark in the course. This time the Freshmen had several sharp tussles with the University but were beaten even with the University rowing a slower stroke. In spite of the weather, all the crews went unusually well, showing great improvement since leaving Cambridge.
JUPITER PLUVIUS OPPOSES CREWS
Heavy Weather Prevents Strenuous Work.--Freshmen Capsized.
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