BOTH CREWS PRACTICE UNDER BAD CONDITIONS
HERRICK ENTERTAINS CREWS ON YACHT GYPSY
Red Top, Conn., June 7--Because of the rough water conditions below Red Top this morning, both the University and jayvee crews were forced to row upstream past Gales Ferry this morning.
In the afternoon, the University combination rowed to the bridge in short stretches and then paddled upstream over the lower course, two and a half miles. The crew came home stopping only once. The jayvees also went to the bridge and rowed two miles up the lower course, coming home in several stretches.
The lineups remained the same as yesterday with Lawrence Dickey '30 continuing at No 5 in the University out-fit, where he replaced R. I. McKesson is now rowing in Dickey's former seat at No. 5 in the second crew.
The men from both crews were entertained for two hours during the afternoon on board the power cruiser Gypsy, whose owner Robert F. Herrick '90 was on board to meet the oarsmen