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Rowing at the Weld and the Newell boathouses has been progressing steadily during the past two weeks. There has been considerable improvement in that time, but the orders have been changed so frequently that the crews are not rowing smoothly as yet.
Yesterday afternoon four crews went out from the Weld and three from the Newell, coached by Wray and Vail, respectively. The orders were as follows:
First Weld--Stroke, Pleasanton; 7, Lawson; 6, Ober; 5, Gill; 4, Shephard; 3, Johnson; 2, Judd; bow, Corlett; cox., Borden.
Second Weld--Stroke, Hanford; 7, May; 6, Brown; 5, Abbot; 4, Maclutyre; 3, Williams; 2, Callaway; bow, Joralemon; cox., Prisely.
Third Weld--Stroke, Field; 7, Tuckerman; 6, Cunningham; 5, Morgan; 4, Burnett; 3, Wilcox; 2, Taylor; bow, Burden; cox., Stone.
Fourth Weld--Stroke, Moses; 7, Hall; 6, Black; 5, Harter; 4, Forbes; 3, Baldwin; 2, Hale; bow, Kempner.
First Newell -- Stroke, Durfee; 7, Olney; 6, Foster; 5, Moller; 4, White; 3, Switzer; 2, James; bow, Flint; cox., Montgomery.
Second Newell--Stroke, Chandler; 7, Leaycraft; 6, Lamson; 5, Otis; 4. Coleman; 3, Hopkins; 2, Preston; bow, Stockton; cox., Bartlett.
Third Newell--Stroke, Amory; 7, Shephard; 6, Williams; 5, Stevens; 4, Linsay; 3, Macgrueder; 2, Oelrichs; bow, Waite; cox., Ogilby.
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