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THREE CREWS LEAVE ON TUESDAY FOR RED TOP FOR RACES WITH YALE

LAUNCHES TO BE DRIVEN DOWN BY WATER TOMORROW

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Three eights, four substitutes, five managers and three coaches will leave next Tuesday at 1.05 o'clock for New London for the Yale races on June 25. The coaches will be Mr. William Haines and Mr. Burt Haines and Dr. Paul Withington. Three University and two Freshman managers will accompany the crews, and in addition there will be 12 students to wait on table and help in the kitchen. The final personnel of the crew squad, announced yesterday, is as follows:

University A--Bow, Captain W. Davis '21; 2, F. B. Lothrop '21; 3, R. K. Kane '22; 4, L. B. McCagg Jr. '22; 5, L. Terry '22; 6, M. E. Olmsted '21; 7, J. A. Burden Jr. '21; stroke, R. Jenney '21; coxswain, E. L. Peirson Jr. '21.

University B--Bow, S. Damon '21; 2, M. Bradlee '22; 3, G. Appleton '22; 4, G. L. Batchelder '21; 5, H. R. Atkinson '21; 6, S. A. Duncan '22; 7, T. T. Pond '21; stroke, H. Brown '22; coxswain, F. S. Williams '22.

Substitutes--J. N. Borland '21 and D. H. Morris '21.

Freshman 1--Bow, H. Garland; 2, W. O. Clark; 3, A. H. Ladd Jr.; 4, Captain H. S. Morgan; 5, P. B. Kunhardt; 6, J. M. Cooper; 7, W. K. Shaw Jr.; stroke, G. Norton; coxswain, S. C. Badger.

Substitutes--E. Perkins and C. K. Cummings Jr.

This year the crew squad will occupy at Red Top the same buildings as in previous years. The buildings consist of quarters for the University crews, a separate house for the managers and coaches, and another house for the 1923 men. All the buildings but that which the Freshmen use are up on a bluff overlooking the river, while the latter is very near the water's edge.

The shells and oars and other equipment will be sent down to New London Monday night, while the launches will be driven down Sunday. This is an innovation, as in former years the coaching boats have been shipped by freight, but as it is easier to take them down by water this method has been adopted. According to these plans all will be in readiness for the crews when they arrive Tuesday.

Yale Crews go to Gale's Ferry

The Yale squad of 45 men leaves for Gales Ferry tomorrow. The seating of the first University crew is as follows: Bow, Driscoll; 2, Moulton; 3, Allen; 4, Hood; 5, Rockefeller; 6, Schieffeling; 7, Ellis; stroke, Peters; coxswain, Carson.

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