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FIRST SQUAD STROKES PICK SIX BOAT LOADS

Fall Crews Will Practice Together for Week, Then Race Over Mile Course In Basin

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Tom Bolles instituted a new custom in fall rowing after practice Thursday afternoon. The six Varsity strokes who have been rowing this fall drew numbers from a hat and then chose up crews in the order of their draws. These six crews will practice together until Tuesday, November 9, when they will have a mile race in the basin.

Some unusual combinations were the results. Chace's boat seems to pack most of the power, but whether or not it will be edged out by some of the other combinations with more sprinting ability is a difficult question. The lineups follow: reading from coxswain to bow:

White, Chace, John Gardiner, Erickson, Hallowell, Senior, Cochran, Kernan, and Dillingham; Snow, Rowe, Cary, Rile, Dud Talbot, Haupt, Scull, Holmeyer, and Burnes; Shortlidge, Lawerence, Dearborn, Huenckens, Radway, Goodwin, Leighton, Tarbell, and Derby:

Eleock, Curwen, Stanton, Dean, Overton, Simmous, Scott, Richards and Stiles; Fox, Comstock, Stevens, Burr, John Rowe, Hovey, Brenter, Ninde, and Meyer; Larner, Tyson, Tom Talbot, Dave Gardner, Lloyd, Kingman, Walkley, and Both.

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