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'Varsity Crew.

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Friday and Saturday afternoons the 'varsity rowed in the following order: Stroke, Bullard; 7, Fennessy; 6, Watriss; 5, Wrightington; 4, Stillman; 3, Chatman; 2, Shepard; bow, Damon. The return of R. H. Stevenson, who has been ill for three weeks, is expected before the crew goes to New London. Hollister is likewise expected to join the crew soon. Both these men will probably row in their old places - Stevenson, 5; Hollister, 4. This move will put Wrightington at No. 3, and place either Lewis, Chatman, or Damon at bow. The 'varsity has begun taking regular four-mile time rows over the course on the Charles which begins at the Weld Boat House and ends at the Craigie Bridge. The time rows over the course were at a slow stroke, not higher possibly than 32 to the minute, and the time, therefore, could not have been extraordinary.

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