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'Varsity Crew.

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The number of men at the 'varsity training table has been reduced to ten. This includes Cameron '95 and C. Brewer '96, though the latter is not rowing with the 'varsity, but is stroking his class crew. Considerable improvement was evident on Saturday when the men rowed in good form. Waters, who rowed at No. 7 when he first came out, proved too slow for that position and has been put back at No. 5. Blake has improved in his rowing and is doing fairly good work at No. 7.

The general fault of the crew seems to be a tendency to rush the slide and jerk the arms. The men will go into the shell in a day or two and during the vacation will row in the morning and afternoon. Mayor Bancroft and Nelson Perkins coached on Saturday and the men rowed as follows: Stroke, Fennessy; No. 7, Blake; No. 6, L. Davis (capt.); No. 5, Waters; No. 4, Bullard; No. 3, Townsend; No. 2, F. Davis; bow, Purdon.

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