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The annual spring races of the Harvard Canoe Club will take place in the Lower Basin of the Charles River the latter part of next week. In each event the boats will start from the B. A. A. boat house, from which a good view of the race may be obtained. The following are the events:
Class I. Sailing. Triangular course, 1 1-2 miles.
Class II. Novice Race. Any man in any canoe. Open to university.
Class III. Tandem birch. 1-2 mile straight-away.
Class IV. Tandem decked canoes, 2 double blades. 1-2 mile straight-away and return.
Class V. Deck canoes, double blades. 1-2 mile straight-away.
Class VI. Open canoes. One mile straight-away, for club record.
Entries to be made before 12 o'clock the day of the race to any officer of the club. Entrance fee, 25 cents.
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