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Change of Plans.- The Idea of Fours Given Up.


A change in the original plans for the spring boating has been made. It has been found inadvisable to keep four substitutes with each of the class crews, thus depriving the Weld eights of their four best candidates, and being at the same time unjust to the men themselves, as the fours if formed could not receive much coaching and would miss the incentive of an important race.

Ten men have therefore been retained on each class crew and the remainder were sent to the Weld boat house yesterday. The men retained at the '98 training are: Goodrich, Bull, Perkins, Bancroft, Cabot, Wadsworth, Du Bois, and Adams. The substitutes, Dobyns and Moulton.

The order of the '99 crew was materially changed yesterday. Thomson, who has been away for a week, returned to his place at 6, displacing Donald. Marvin, who has been unable to row for the past ten days on account of an injury to his shoulder, also resumed rowing. The crew went out at first in the order of the past ten days with the exception of Thomas at 6. A little later Coleman was put out and Marvin rowed five in his place for some long stretches. Finally the men were changed so that the crew was made up in this order, which will probably not be altered: Stroke, Boardman; 7, McDuffie; 6, Thomson; 5, Perkins; 4, Hodges; 3, Whitbeck; 2, Blake; bow, Marvin. Besides these men Donald and Swift remain at the training table as substitutes. Coleman and Conroy, who have been with the crew until today, will join the Weld '99 crew this afternoon.

One change was made in the Sophomore boat yesterday, C. Brown taking Lee's place at four. The order of the Freshman eights was also changed yesterday. The order in the two boats is now as follows:

One-Stroke, Williams; 7, Loud; 6, Talbot; 5, Gilchrist; 4, Peyton; 3, McKay; 2, Ivans; bow, Henderson.

Two-Stroke, Locke; 7, Perry; 6, DuBois; 5, J. Lawrence; 4, B. Wheelwright; 3, Lyman; 2, Endicott; bow, Frost.

The Freshman crews are still rowing in their barges.

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