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The sophomore crew underwent a complete shaking up yesterday. Phelps was dropped to the second crew, and Gleason rowed bow on the first. The final order of the men was as follows:
Stroke, Cornwell; 7, Watson; 6, Wrightington; 5, Kernan; 4, Dunlop; 3, Chatman; 2, White; bow, Gleason.
Since Mr. Hammond left, about two weeks ago, the crew has been without a regular coach, and consequently has shown little improvement. The men row a fast and powerful stroke, but they are inclined to be careless and their time is poor. Dunlop, at four, causes the worst break in the boat, and Chatman and Gleason, are not up to the standard of the rest of the crew. The stern four, however, row fairly well, and without any noticeable break in time.
Ten men will be taken to the training table in about two weeks.
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