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The 1900 second crew were dropped from the 'Varsity boat house yesterday and the following men came out for the Weld: Tilton, Glidden, Kernan, Palmer, Saltonstall, Emery. The Weld squad has been reduced and now contains about twenty-eight men, who will continue to row for some time in three eights and a four-oar. This material should give new stimulus to the crews and push them ahead faster than they have hitherto been able to go, retarded as they were by the quantity of absolutely raw material.
The men who have been retained will row today in the following order: First crew-Stroke, Morrill; 7, Clark; 6, Tilton; 5 Glidden; 4, Fabyan; 3, Kernan; 2, Haws; bow, Graham.
Second crew-Stroke, Johnston; 7, Palmer; 6, Talbot; 5, Saltonstall; 4, Chandler; 3, Ayer; 2, Hosley; bow, Livermore.
Third crew-Stroke, Haughton; 7, Sherburne; 6, Dixon; 5, Shaw; 4, Emery; 3, Cabell; 2, Bolling; bow, Skillings.
Four-Stroke, Bliss; 3, Chadbourne; 2, Churchill; bow, Mallinchrodt.
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