The prospects for a strong crew at Yale this coming Spring seem brighter then ever since Graves has announced his intention of entering the Law School. He will probably be put in his old seat at No. 5. Gallaudet who rowed stroke on last year's winning crew, has recovered from an attack of typhoid fever, and returned to college. These two men together with Captain Ives, Pain, Johnson and Van Huyck, all of last year's crew, leave but two positions to be filled Balliet who has rowed No. 2, for the past two years, is in the Law School and may possibly make the seventh man. The eighth will probably be chosen from last year's substitutes, Chatfield '93, Rogers '93, and Howland '94. Almstead '94 seems a likely man for coxswain.
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