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The work of the Freshman crew candidates has varied so little during the past few weeks from the routine of machine work, gymnasium exercise, and outdoor running, that there is but little to say in regard to them. They are divided into three squads, each under a captain. An idea of the system of training to which they are now subjected is given by the list of instructions issued to the squad captains, printed below:
1. Every man will take his weight after exercise on Mondays and Thursdays and report the same to the captain of his squad.
2. Each man is expected to do the regular exercises with his squad and also his own special exercises.
3. Each man should be examined by Dr. Sargent and given special exercises peculiarly suited to him.
4. Run 1 1-2 to 2 miles, slowly with occasional spurts, out doors daily, unless too cold.
5. Men are expected to use reasonable care and prudence as to what they eat and drink, to be regular in their habits, and to be in bed as a general thing by 10.30 to 11 o'clock.
6. Smoking is not absolutely prohibited as yet, but all are strongly advised to give it up, or at all events to smoke but little.
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