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SLOW PADDLE FOR FIRST DAY

CREWS STARTED WORK AT RED TOP YESTERDAY IN GOOD CONDITION.

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Harvard Training Quarters, Red Top, Conn., June 2, 1913.-Both the University crews and Freshman crews arrived here today in time to take a long easy paddle over the four-mile course to the railroad bridge and back. A temporary change was necessitated in the University eight as several men were detained in Cambridge. Murray took the place of Reynolds at bow and Harwood that of Goodale at number 6. Chanler was at stroke. All the men are in good condition.

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