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Yale Crew Rowed Full Four Miles.

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Yale Training Quarters, Gales Ferry, Conn., June 14, 1911.--The Yale crew was sent over the full four-mile course this afternoon. The stroke was kept low and no attempt was made to reach racing speed. The time given out was 23 minutes, 38 seconds. After the row the men were taken back to their quarters in the launch Elihu Yale. The conditions were perfect. A change was made in the university four-oared crew today; Howe was put in at stroke, Appleton going back to 2, displacing Buckingham, whose condition is not up to standard.

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