A machine has recently been invented by Fisher, '88, of Yale, for registering the stroke of oarsmen. It reproduces on paper the length, strength and peculiarities in each stroke, and affords an accurate means of determining the superiority of one man over another. Robert Cook, who is now at New Haven coaching the 'Varsity crew, expresses himself pleased with the workings of the machine, and recommends it as a useful aid in coaching.
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