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150-POUND CREW WILL MEET BULLDOG AND TIGER TOMORROW

Derby, Connecticut to See Lightweights Race

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The University 150-pound crew will leave for Derby, Connecticut, at 1 o'clock today, where it will race with the light weight crews of Princeton and Yale tomorrow. Donough Prince '31 and W.W. Ames '31 will accompany the eight as substitute oarsmen.

Sullivan expects to have his crew on the Rousatonic river for a practice row around five o'clock this afternoon.

The seatings of the crew is as follows: stroke, J.M. Byrne '31: 7, Harper Woodward '31; 6, H.N. Roberts '30; 5, K.A. Locke '32; 4, W.M. Rainbolt ocC; 5, Alexander Lincoln '32; 2, J.Q. Adams '31; bow, C.C. Perry '31; coxswain, Richard Kimball '31.

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