Henley Signals and New Numbering System Will be Used in Events of Saturday and Monday.

Final plans for the Harvard Invitation Regatta to be held in the Charles River Basin next Saturday and Monday have been completed. There is an entry list of thirty-five crews and thirty individual oarsmen.

The Henley signals, used with such success in the recent class and single sculls races will be set up once more. Furthermore the committee has decided to use a full and efficient numbering system by which spectators may distinguish the crews and individuals. The bow oarsman of each boat will have a number on his back to show his crew, and the other men will also be numbered. On-lookers can learn the names of the competitors by referring to their programs. These programs will be made up as soon as possible and will contain all details concerning the regatta. The entries are now closed and no changes can be made without obtaining special permission from a member of the committee.

Following is the complete order of events:


2.00 P. M. Second School Fours.

2.05 First heat Junior Singles.

2.30 Second Dormitory Eights.

2.35 Second Heat Junior Singles.

3.00 Law School vs. Medical School.

3.05 Third Heat Junior Singles.

3.30 First Dormitory Eights.

3.35 First Heat, Comp. Class.

4.00 Club Crews.

4.05 Second Heat, Comp. Class.

4.30 First School Fours.