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The first regular crew practice of the year was held in the University boat-house yesterday afternoon. For the University crew 29 men reported and were put to work at the machines under the direction of Coach Wray. Three squads were provisionally formed, which rowed as follows:
University crew.--Goodale, R. W. Cutler, Stron, Hooper, Withington, Newton, Metcalf, Stratton, Nelson, Balch.
Second crew. -- Waite, Anderson, Nelson, Beane, Lincoln, Parker, L. D. Smith, Meyer.
Third crew.--S. O. Richardson, P. D. Smith, Eager, Leslie, Peabody, Hoar, G. C. Cutler, Wiggins, Chadwick, Davis, Higginson, Morgan.
Many Candidates for 1914 Crew
More than 100 candidates reported for the Freshman crew, but they were not given any work. Captain Cutler spoke briefly to them and outlined the work preparatory to the Cornell and Yale races, laying special emphasis upon keeping training and staying off probation. After that the Freshmen were excused.
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