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The Yale Crew.

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The men for the Yale crew and their positions in the boat have now been definitely decided upon. The eight is composed of the following men: Bow, Rogers, '90, S.; 2, Gill, '89; 3, Brewster, '91; 4, Hartwell, '89; 5, Corbin, '89; 6, Woodruff, '89; 7, Allen, '91; stroke, Caldwell, T. S; coxswain, Thompson, '90. They are all old 'varsity men with the exception of Rogers and Allen, but these latter have had considerable experience on their class crews. One trouble with the way the crew is seated is that the two bow men are ten pounds heavier than the two in the stern, which gives the shell a tendency to bury-Captain Woodruff says that a great deal of practice must be obtained in order to so perfect the Bob Cook stroke that it may defeat the Harvard stroke. There is danger that Hartwell, Allen, Rogers and Caldwell may overtrain, as they are in fine condition at present, and for this reason were unable to row for several days last week. Neverthe-less the crew is doing very satisfactory work, and is improving steadily.

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