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SECOND DAY AT RED TOP MARKED BY EASY PADDLES

FRESHMAN CREW GIVEN LIGHT PRACTICIE BY HAINES

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Red Top, Conn., June 5.-Todays's program on the Thames was much the same as yesterday's as regards the actual mechanics of crew practice.

The University crews went down to the Navy Yard in the morning at an easy paddle. Coach Muller took the place of S. N. Brown '24, at stroke in the junior eight on the outward trip, but Brown took charge of the combination again on the return stretch, which was accomplished at a somewhat higher beat. The Freshmen paddled to the three mile mark and back before lunch.

In the afternoon University A and B negotiated the four miles side by side at a steady pace of 28 or so, several notches higher than was the stroke used yesterday. They were paced for two miles by the combination crew, while Coach Bert Haines took his Freshmen separately to opposite the Navy Yard and back.

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