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31 OARSMEN COMMENCE WORK

SQUAD OF THAT NUMBER SUMMONED TO BEGIN FALL ROWING PRACTICE.

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Fall Rowing will start this afternoon, when the following candidates for the University crew are expected to report at the Newell boathouse, dressed to row at 4.30: W. M. Boyden '16, F. Boyer '16, F. W. Busk '16, E. R. Carver '14, L. S. Chanler, Jr., '14, L. S. Chichester '16, E. D. Curtis '14, L. Curtis '14, W. Emerson '16, W. F. Enright '16, E. S. Esty '16, H. Gallaher '15, J. M. Graham '15, B. Harwood '15, R. F. Herrick, Jr., '16, R. D. Holland '16, H. L. F. Kreger '16, C. C. Lund '16, H. H. Mayer '15, H. S. Middendorf '16, J. S. Morgan '14, H. A. Murray '15, K. B. G. Parson '16, E. Reynolds, Jr., '15, Q. Reynolds '14, L. Saltonstall '14, C. E. Schall '16, T. W. Storrow '15, J. Talcott, Jr., '16, R. D. Walker '14, F. H. L. Whitmarsh '16.

Freshmen Out Next Monday.

Freshman rowing will begin on Monday, October 6, and will last for some weeks. The dormitory crews will be called out a short time later.

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