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H. S. MORGAN LEADER OF FRESHMAN EIGHT

CORNELL ENTERTAINS OARSMEN

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Henry Sturgis Morgan of New York, N. Y., was last night elected captain of the 1923 crew. This election is subject to the approval of the Athletic Committee and the Student Council.

Morgan prepared for college at Groton, where he rowed for three years. His last year he was captain. Last fall he stroked the Standish Hall first crew and has been a member of the Freshman eight since its organization this spring. Morgan rows No. 6.

Crews Arrive at Ithaca Today

Both University and 1923 eights will pull into Ithaca shortly before noon today. In the afternoon they will have a short workout, using two shells which have been taken from Cambridge.

This week is a week of festivities at Cornell and has to offer the oarsmen plenty of entertainment. The men will stay at the Delta Theta Delta Fraternity House and will be entertained with a Prom, a ball game between Yale and Cornell and other activities of "festivity week."

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