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The request published in another column for class crew men to coach the Weld crews is worthy the serious attention of all who are in a position to be of assistance. The Weld crews were started this spring in order to give those men who do not make their class crews a chance to row regularly in an eight: they are expected to supply extra men for the class crews if need arises, to row a special race of their own, and to arouse a more general interest in rowing in the University. There are plenty of candidates out to make a creditable showing if they are taught to row, and the success of the new organization now depends wholly on whether or not good coaches are found. All interested in rowing would be sorry to see these crews suffer for lack of attention from members of the other crews. Accordingly, all who can form the University and class crew squads are urged to help in the coaching.

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