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FIVE 1929 CREWS GO OUT FOR FIRST PRACTICE TODAY

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Five 1929 crews will take the water this afternoon in shells. For the last two days the Freshmen have been on the river in the Leviathan, but this will be their first outing in the eight oared boats.

The crews have not been definitely made up as yet, but the crews that launch shells tomorrow are supposedly the three best 150 pounders. One of the former, Crew O, stroked by C. M. Norton, stroke and captain of last year's Groton boatmen, has the astounding average of 190 pounds for its eight men and an average height of six feet four inches.

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