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SHAKE-UP IN 1923 CREW

Self Raised From Crew 3 to Crew 1 and Saturday's Change Revised.

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Several changes made yesterday have altered both the composition and the seating of the first Freshman crew. M. W. Self was taken up from 6 in the third shell and put at 4 on the first, displacing E. S. Matthews, who was raised to the first crew on Saturday, but is now taking Self's berth in the third. E. N. Ohl, also placed in the first eight on Saturday, retains his position at stroke. C. K. Cummings Jr. and E. R. Habicht, rowing at 6 and 7 respectively, were last week replaced by H. S. Morgan and P. B. Kunhardt, who previously were filling the 4 and 5 positions. W. B. Wood is now filling seat 5, and according to yesterday's change, Self is at 4.

The complete line-up is as follows:

Bow, Garland; 2, Bradford; 3, Fiske; 4, Self; 5, W. B. Wood; 6, Morgan; 7, Kunhardt; stroke, Ohl; coxswain, Badger.

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