There were several changes made yesterday in the University crews, the most important being the trial of H. Bancroft at stroke of the first crew. The crews started out from the boathouse rowing in the same order as on Thursday, but on reaching the Union Boat Club, a number of changes were made. H. Bancroft went in at stroke in the first boat, and Blake at stroke of the second. McGrew took Bancroft's place at 6 in the first and Bullard McCrew's place at 3 in the second. E. C. Storrow '89 followed the crews in the launch, but most of the coaching was done y W. P. Hutchinson '89.
The crew will go to New London on the afternoon of June 12.
The orders yesterday were as follows:
First crew--Stroke, Brownell, H. Bancroft, 7, Ayer; 6, H. Bancroft, McGrew; 5, Lawrence; 4, Shuebruk; 3, Emory; 2, G. Bancroft; bow, Goodell.
Second crew--Stroke, Bullard, Black; 7, Loud; 6, James; 5, Henderson; 4, McConnell; 3, McGrew, Bullard; 2, Blake, Brownell; bow, Snite.
UNIVERSITY CREW SQUAD.The University crews were coached yesterday from the launch by E. C. Storrow '89, and R. Bullard '96. The roughness
University Crew Changes.There were several changes in the University crew yesterday, McGrew going to two and Blake to three in the first
CHANGES IN THE CREWS.Yesterday the University crews were coached from the launch by E. C. Storrow '89. Captain Bullard rowed for the first
The University Crews.The University crews had light work yesterday. The order of McGrew's crew was left unchanged. In Bullard's crew, Bancroft was
ROWING YESTERDAY.The University Crews. Two crews in the University squad were formed yesterday with temporary orders. Frequent changes were made in