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FOUR-OARED CREW RACE

Yale Eights Take Long Easy Row.

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Yale Crew Quarters, Gales Ferry, Conn., June 15, 1911.--All the Yale crews were given a rest this morning. In the afternoon the two eights rowed over the four-mile course and back at an easy paddle. The work of the university eight is improving, though the boat still settles considerably at the finish of the stroke. The four-oared crews rowed down-stream in short stretches; a few of these were made at a high stroke, the crews going very smoothly.

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