The 'varsity crew left Harvard Square Tuesday afternoon shortly after four o'clock, and took the five o'clock train from the Providence depot, going to New London by parlor car. On arrival at New London at 7.45 the crew rowed up to their quarters in their shell-all the shells having arrived early in the morning. The Harvard quarters have been recently painted a light brown and red, and present a very attractive appearance.
The freshmen left Boston at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and on arrival at New London at 4 o'clock were driven up to their quarters at Capt. Molthrop's, half a mile below the university house. Their baggage was sent up in the launch. Mr. Keyes came down on the same train with the freshmen and W. Alexander, L. S., with the 'varsity. Mr. Brooks and Mr. Storrow are expected down soon. This morning work will commence in earnest. Both the 'varsity and freshmen will row at 10 o'clock and again at 4.
W. C. N.