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Harvard Training Quarters, Red Top, Conn., June 3, 1913. -- Another change was made in the order of the University eight this afternoon when Chanler went in at stroke, and Harwood went back to four where he displaced Meyer. In this order the crew was sent for a row over the four-mile course, starting at the rail-road bridge with a light favoring wind and also with the last of the flood tide in their favor. The first two and one-half miles were taken at an easy stroke, 28 to 30, but in the last mile and a half the stroke was raised to about 34. No attempt was made to try out the new order for time. Although the time for the four miles was not announced it was considered very satisfactory under the conditions, and in view of the change which has been made there is occasion for encouragement. With the return of Reynolds, Goodale, Pirnie, and A. T. Abeles, the squad is now complete.
There have been no changes in the Freshman crews. All took easy paddles in both morning and afternoon sessions.
The University orders follow:
Eight--Stroke, Chanler; 7, Stratton; 6, Goodale; 5, MacVicar; 4, Harwood; 3, Morgan; 2, Trumbull; bow, Reynolds; cox., C. T. Abeles.
Four--Stroke, Pirnie; 3, Murray; 2, G. vonL. Meyer; bow, Carver; cox., A. T. Abeles.
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