Single Sculls Monopolize Charles River This Spring
Because of the unusually large demand on the resources of Weld Boat-house, home of the single shell, the rowers this season have had to be put on a time schedule.
Weld, which usually has wherries and comps to spare, is severely taxed. Probably a result of the new feeling of individualistic reliance is the fact that many of the potential crewmen have chosen to row the precarious solo shells. The present streak of good weather has made the Charles the source of gray hair for the coxswains of the eight-man crews, since the river is dotted with many of the water-bugs.