The first crew Saturday rowed as follows: Goddard, stroke; Jones 7, Lothrop 6, Winthrop 5, Hartridge 4, Keyes 3, Pulsifer 2, Herrick bow. During the past week the oars in the tank have been much improved, and the men like it very much better. Instead of having the oars full width with a large hole in the blades, they are now paired down and a number of small holes made in them. It is now possible to row eighteen strokes a minute on fixed seats without any trouble. It will no doubt be possible in the future to improve the tank a great deal but it is not deemed worth while to do it this year because the crew will soon go on the water.
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