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'Varsity Crew.

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The 'varsity crew rowed yesterday in another order. Hollister resumed his place at stroke, Stevenson rowed No. 7; Watriss, 6; Damon, 5; Fennessy, 4; Shepard, 3; Lewis, 2; and Phelps '97 was put in at bow for the afternoon. Bullard will not be able to row for some days to come. The 'varsity has been peculiarly unfortunate of late in having men laid up, and the crew has been broken up for the past two weeks. It looks, however, as though the crew would be prepared to go through the hard work of the Easter recess with its full number of regular men.

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