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NEWTON AT STROKEIN EIGHT

Yale Crews Given Light Work.

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Yale Crew Quarters, Gales Ferry, Conn., June 18, 1911.--The Yale crews were given easy work yesterday. In both the morning and afternoon both eights went up stream about a mile and a half, padding the whole distance. In the afternoon they were given a brush for half a mile, the university crew winning by half a length. No changes were made in any of the crews. today the oarsmen were taken for a sail on the Sound on the steam yacht "Christobald."

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