HARVARD AT HENLEY.

In the annals of Harvard rowing nothing has brought quite as much satisfaction as the splendid victory achieved by the University second crew at Henley, England, in July. Tributes to our methods were the bringing of the Grand Challenge Cup to the United States, and the placing of not only one but two crews in the finals of the world's most important rowing regatta. Harvard men will long remember this achievement, and we are sure the undergraduate body will soon voice its esteem for the University second crew of 1914.