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Both Crews on Lake Cayuga

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Ithaca, N. Y. May 22, 1913.--The University and Freshman crews arrived here this morning at 11.30 o'clock. During the afternoon the crews paddled across the lake and went over the two-mile course, rowing at about twenty-five strokes per minute, and raising it in the last quarter-mile to about thirty-six.

In the Freshman eight Lyman replaced Talcott at bow, and Schall moved from five to sever changing places with Soucy. The Harvard crews will row tomorrow at 11 and again at 5 o'clock.

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