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HARVARD QUARTERS, NEW LONDON, June 17.- The 'Varsity crew is in perfect health and spirits, with the exception of Blake, whose cold is keeping him out of the boat. Kernan, who is in Blake's place at 2, is at present somewhat slow but will undoubtedly liven up by next Wednesday. That every one here is in a cheerful mood is an encouraging fact.
The feeling between the three crews is noticeably good. Casual visits have been exchanged between Harvard and Yale. During the indisposition of the "Frank Thomson" the Yale launch was put at our disposal. The crews watch each other frankly and there is none of the spying that has sometimes been carried on in former years.
Before Kernan was put into the boat the four 'Varsity substitutes rowed in a four-oared shell. Marvin was stroke, Perkins 3, Kernan 2 and Adams bow. Mr. Lehmann has rowed in the four since Kernan has been on the crew.
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