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The university crew yesterday tried a novel style of rigging the boat. They had the stroke on the starboard side and all the port men were moved back one number. Thus Jones '92 was stroke, Goddard 7, Upham 6, Tilton 5, Perkins 4, Watriss 3, Hutchison 2, Hartridge bow. The crew looked about as well as usual but Jones was a trifle slow to get his oar into the water at stroke.
The '91 crew went out in a shell yesterday for the first time. The boat was terribly unsteady and the rowing consequently about as bad as possible.
The class races will probably be rowed on Thursday May 8. The freshmen, sophomores, and juniors all want the race on that day while the seniors prefer Saturday, May 3. If the race takes place on the 8th the crews have just three weeks after Thursday of this week.
Nearly all the boats from the Weld boat-house were out on the river yesterday and the scene was lively.
The freshman crew will get into their shell today for the first time.
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