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The Freshman Crew.


The candidates for the freshman crew have been thinned down to the following men:


Wood. 1471/2

Batchelder. 150

Earle. 1571/2

Hathaway. 1481/2

Burgess. 1411/2

Winslow. 1551/2

Baldwin. 1311/2

Vail. 1751/2

Keyes. 156

Slade. 164

Davis. 154

Post. 1481/2

Doe. 1621/2

Tripp. 1473/4

Ellsworth. 160

Jaggar. 145

Dexter. 165

Robb. 160

Reid. 159

Parker. 153

Holland. 159

Clarke. 143

Broughton. 165

Howard. 144

Mullins. 146

Pierce. 147

Miller. 146

Over one hundred and ten men have been tried for the Ninety-three crew, more then twice the usual number, but it does not appear that the unusual number has produced unusual material. The men do not seem to row very well nor do they look very strong. Although they have not been told to row hard, they do not exhibit enough snap in their work. They have been so far rowing with their arms straight without sliding. No men have shown themselves so good as be sure of a place on the sight and changes are made almost daily in the order of the crews. Mr. Alexander, '87, has been coaching them since December 1 but he does not appear very enthusiastic over the prospect. The men do not seem to have the enthusiasm that freshmen generally have about their crew. There seems to be absolutely nobody among the candidates who can be picked out as a good man. On this account the competition is sure to be sharp, and it may happen that eight men can be found who will average well and make a good crew even if there are no remarkable men.

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