The Freshman and University squads, together with the combination crew, had their last real work-out before the Red Top trip yesterday afternoon. The practice today will be light. Coaches Muller and Haines put their charges through an extensive practice which consisted largely in drill on fundamentals.
The University crews were sent down to the Basin, while the Freshmen went up stream, about three miles altogether. J. W. Adie was still absent from the shell, but J. W. Lund rowed again in his place and the combination appeared to work well. Coach Haines expects Adie to be in shape today. All four crews are due for a short spin this noon.
The Red Top party, consisting of 32 oarsmen, four coxswains, and the usual complement of coaches and managers will gather at the South Station at 1.45 o'clock Standard Time tomorrow afternoon, leaving on the 2.10 train for New London.
The party is due at its destination at 4.50 P. M., and will go straight from the New London depot to the training quarters at Red Top. The shells will go down today, in order to be ready for the first practice which is scheduled for Monday morning on the Thames.
The ten waiters selected for the trip who will leave this afternoon for Red Top are: W. B. Pringle Jr. '25, head-waiter; R. F. Burke '25; C. L. Dane '26; Cornelius DuBois '26; J. H. Durgin '26; R. A. Jones 3d '26; K. D. Mann '26; F. S. Moseley '26; B. A. Wallingford '26; A. T. Wells '26.