A large crowd watched the 'varsity and freshman crews row at the Carey Building yesterday. Captain Bullard coached the crew in the absence of Mr. Watson.
The order was: Stroke, Hollister; 7, Stevenson; 6, Shepard; 5, Perkins; 4, Jennings; 3, Damon; 2, Manning; bow, Lewis.
The appearance of the crew has deteriorated much since a week ago. Individual faults seem to have cropped out in several men who last week had all the appearance of trying their utmost for perfection in rowing. There is not that life and jump throughout the crew which was so noticeable last week. Perkins at No. 5 seems to be responsible for much of this, for he is inclined to rush out on his slide so fast that he has to wait at full reach, thus making a distinct hang. Jennings at No. 4 has lately changed from the starboard to the port side of the boat, but this would hardly account for his lifelessness and evident slowness of movement which breaks up the time of the four bow men. Manning at No. 2 is also slow and exhibits a painfully weak effort with his legs.