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Freshman Crew Candidates.


In response to the call of Captain Bullard for freshmen crew candidates thirty-one candidates presented themselves last evening, besides three candidates for coxswain. Below is a list of the men and their weights:

J. W. Keiley, 155

J. H. Cunningham, 148

A. B. Lepsley, 142

R. B. Hayes, 158

F. F. Crossweight, 140

S. G. Coleman, 160

H. Samson, 150

G. C. Cornwall, 135

F. I. Swift, 150

H. Bigelow, 155

J. E. Brooks, 150

F. D. Branan, 155

F. R. Stoddard, 156

H. McDuffy, 160

L. P. Adams, 148

W. Blatchford, 140

A. G. Fay, 150

J. H. Sherburne, 158

R. Wolcott, 175

R. Mac Marsh, 140

O. F. Schmidt, 160

G. C. Arvedson, 133

P. Davis, 160

J. F. Brice, 145

G. E. Fleming, 125

G. K. Denny, 158

O. W. Richards, 145

I. H. Derby, 175

D. Gordon, 163

G. W. Smith, 165

G. D. Marvin, 156

Candidates for coxswain-F. Lawrance, 112; C. S. White, 95; T. W. Clarke, 97; G. D. Howe, 110; F. R. Plum, 105; R. B. Harris 113.

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