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Yale has been living up to her reputation this spring in the furor that has stirred her over her crew. There have been imported coaches and rumors of revolutionary shifts in the orders and such a boiling over as never before was seen by the banks of New Haven on the Sound. And in contrast, though there have been shifts, galore and unexpected, our crews have gone on comparatively quiet waters in the public mind and few men in the University realize that we have a "rowing situation." But we have. The order of the crews that leave today is probably not final, and there are not three weeks before the Yale races. The crew did, of course, meet one of the best crews that Cornell ever turned out. but the undergraduates should understand that a win from Yale in rowing is not a fixture and that perhaps a good send off today would give the oarsmen a valuable bit of encouragement.

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