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WHITESIDE PLACES SIX CREWS ON CHARLES AS ICE FINALLY BREAKS UP

CAPTAIN DRURY, ROGER W. CUTLER STROKE FIRST TWO CREWS

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Steering adroitly amid the fast-disappearing winter ice of the Charles, six Varsity crews yesterday began the outdoor season. Coxes received orders to take the shells up to the first bridge which gave the crews roughly a four-mile workout.

No launch was in attendance since the boathouse force had not yet had time to move them out of winter storage, the ice having broken away from in front of the float only yesterday morning.

Coach Charlie Whiteside, being unable to follow his first shell in the motor boat, took the knockers in his hand and elected to survey his Varsity hopes from the cox's position.

The seatings were as follows: Boat A: stroke, Samuel A. Drury, Jr. '35; 7, Leonard P. Eliel '36; 6, Edward A. Simmons '37; 5, Thomas H. Choate '37; 4, James E. Gardner '36; 3, Henry F. Atherton, Jr. '36; 2, John P. Austin '37; bow, Raymond S. Clark '36; and cox, Charlie Whiteside.

Boat B: stroke, Robert B. Cutler '35; 7, Philip V. Bray '35; 6, Oliver K. Scott '37; 5, Henry Saltonstall '35; 4, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. '37; 3, Lawrence Mills '37; 2, Roger W. Cutler '37; bow, William C. Haskins '37; and cox, Octavius R. Cohen '37.

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