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HARVARD-YALE BOAT RACE TO BE ROWED DOWN STREAM

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The annual Harvard-Yale boat race at New London, scheduled for the afternoon of Friday, June 22, will be rowed down-stream, finishing at the railroad bridge, at 5 o'clock, standard time. This decision came as the result of a conference between Major F. W. Moore '93 and Yale officials held in New Haven yesterday at which plans for the regatta were discussed. Last year the two crews raced up-stream.

The Freshman eights are due to meet at 9.45 o'clock and the seconds half an hour later, both races being rowed up-stream from the Submarine Base.

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