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COACH WRAY NOT SATISFIED

DRILLS EIGHT AGAIN ON FORM. FOURS HAVE RACING STARTS.

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Harvard Training Quarters, Red Top, Conn., June 12.--Again today Coach Wray laid emphasis on a sharp, strong finish and quick spring back on the first part of the recovery which gives enough time for the rest of the recovery to be a slow glide out to a firm catch. For the last few days it has been the main object of the practice to get that subtle smooth recovery following a powerful closing stroke. Coach Wray is by no means satisfied at present with the crew's work on this point though the eight pulled steadily away from the Freshmen while rowing at a lower stroke. Meyer returned to the quarters today and will begin rowing again today.

The four oars were all given several racing starts in which they were so closely matched that it was impossible to pick a winner. A time row was expected until quite late in the evening when a sudden shift in the wind rendered conditions unfavorable.

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