Arrangements for the Yale boat race, which will be rowed on the Thames on Thursday, July 1, have been completed. The four-oared race will be rowed at 10.30 o'clock from the head of the four-mile course down-stream to the Navy Yard. The Freshman race will be rowed immediately after the finish of the four-oared race, starting at the Navy Yard and finishing at the Bridge. The race between the University crews will start at 6 o'clock at the Bridge and will finish four miles up-stream.
On the day of the race a special train of coaches (parlor cars if required) will leave Boston at 1.30 and is due at New London at 4.10 o'clock. This train will stop at Back Bay and Providence. Special trains will return from New London as soon as practicable after the return of the observation train, or in case of the postponement of the race to the next day, as soon as possible after such official notice. Parlor cars for New York will leave New London on the second New Haven special. The round trip fare on the special coach train from Boston will be $2.50.
An observation train for the University race will leave New London at 5.45, and one for the Freshman race at 10.10 o'clock. Tickets for these trains are $2.50 and $1 each, respectively.