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The Yale Crew.

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The number of candidates for the Yale University crew has been reduced to fourteen, who are now taking daily exercise in the tank, and expect to go out on the harbor in about two weeks. The following is the list of men who are now training: Woodruff, '89, captain, 177 pounds; Hartwell, '89, S., 170 pounds; Brewster, '91, 175 pounds; James, '90, 161 pounds-all of last year's crew; Mosle, '89, 165 pounds; Harrison, '90, 156 pounds; Heyworth, '90, S., 167 pounds; Rogers, '90, S., 160 pounds; Ferris, '91, 177 pounds; Isham, '91, 1551/2 pounds; Simons, '91, 157 pounds; Burroughs, '89, S., 158 pounds-who have all had experience on class crews; Hanson, '90, 177 pounds-substitute on the eleven; and Klimpke, '92, 165.

Callwell will probably be unable to row on account of society matters. The candidates will probably go to a training table the first of March.

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