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The training tables for the University crews will start this evening when the following nineteen men will report at the Varsity Club for dinner: A. T. Abeles '13, C. T. Abeles '13, E. K. Carver '14, L. S. Chanler '14, L. Curtis '14, A. M. Goodale '13, B. Harwood '15, G. M. MacVicar '15, G. vonL. Meyer, Jr., '13, H. H. Meyer '15, L. H. Mills '14, E. D. Morgan, Jr., '13, H. A. Murray '15, W. B. Pirnie '15, Q. Reynolds '14, G. F. Stratton '13, A. Taylor '14, F. H. Trumbull '14, and Coach Wray.
Two New 8-Oared Shells Coming.
The crew management has recently ordered two new 8-oared shells, one of which is a gift from Mr. Robert F. Herrick '90. One of them is an American boat, made by Ellis Ward of Philadelphia, the first one that the University has used for some time. The other is a Sims boat, from Geo. Sims & Sons, Putney, Eng. The two boats will be about the same size and model as the other boats that have been used lately, and will differ very slightly from each other. Two new 4-oared shells have arrived within a year; one was used last June in the Yale Race, and the other was acquired last fall. This last one is suitable for a rather heavier crew than the first. The new shells should arrive before long, and will probably be tried out soon after their arrival.
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