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Yesterday afternoon the First and Second Freshman eights raced the senior B. A. A. crew from the Union Boat House to just above the Harvard Bridge, the mile course. To all appearances the race was a tie between the First Freshman boat and that of the B. A. A., with the Second Freshman only a few feet behind. It was so close that many declared it a dead heat for all three crews. The launch was not abreast of the boats at the finish.
Locke, the regular stroke of the first Freshman crew, did not row on account of temporary illness, and Endicott, who had been rowing on the starboard side, at bow, stroked in his stead. J. S. Lawrence was put in Endicott's place at bow.
The make-up of the first Freshman crew was: Stroke, Endicott; 7, Swaim; 6, Peyton; 5, Lyman; 4, Talbot; 3, Williams; 2, Whitney; bow, J. S. Lawrence; cox., R. H. Howe. Webster rowed bow in the second Freshman eight in place of J. S. Lawrence.
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