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Rowing Notes.

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During the past week the men in the freshman crew have been changed about and yesterday rowed as follows: stroke, Keyes; 7, Earle; 6, Davis; 5, Cummings; 4, Vail; 3, Post; 2, Miller; bow, Burgess. It is probable that the three substitutes, Baldwin, Hathaway and Slade, will row in an eight-oared barge with the five 'varsity substitutes but it is not yet known when this will be done. At present the freshman substitutes are rowing in a fair oar. Since the class races, Hight, L. S., has been coaching the '93 crew.

Yesterday afternoon the 'varsity crew, including the coxswain, were photographed at the boat-house. The men who were photographed were Hutchinson, Jones, Goddard, Watriss, Upham, Tilton, Perkins, Keyes, Powers, Nelson, Kelton, and Bottelle, cox. Yesterday Jones stroked the 'varsity eight and Kelton rowed at number 6.

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