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THE FRESHMAN CREW.

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Several changes have taken place in the freshman crew since Borland went into the University. Hamlin is now rowing seven and fills the place very successfully. Hartley is rowing six and Barnes has gone back from seven to five. Cabot has taken Hartley's place at four. Brown is rowing two. Ayer and Vogel have recently gone to the training table as substitutes. The crew leaves for New London on the 19th. The crew are rowing in poor form and show very little interest in their work. As only about two weeks remain before the race, it is to be hoped that a decided brace will take place in the rowing of the crew. The loss of Borland has undoubtedly greatly crippled the crew; still, with faithful work, there is no need of discouragement. A few individual faults need correcting, especially in the bow and at number six. The principal fault of the crew is a seeming want of interest in their work.

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