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STEVENS AND LEIGHTON PULL OARS IN UNIVERSITY SHELL

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When the first University crews left Newell boathouse yesterday afternoon, Coach Stevens was rowing at seat four in the first boat in place of D. C. Gates '26, who was in the launch Patricia. Coach Stevens rowed with the first eight up to the Second Bridge. At this point, Delmar Leighton '19, former University stroke-oar, and member of the Rowing Committee, took Coach Stevens' place in the first boat, with the Head Coach going to seat seven in the second shell for the return trip to the boathouse.

Last year Coach Stevens frequently took a position in a boat in order better to illustrate some phase of rowing, but yesterday was the first time that Dean Leighton has occupied a seat in a Crimson shell with undergraduates since he received his degree.

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