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YEARLING OARSMEN TO FACE GREEN INDIANS ON CHARLES

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Win or lose, no race will be too hard for Harvey Love's Freshman crew. Apparently competition with the Yearlings will not suffice to test the mottle of the '40 boat. In the first year of the new coaching regime, it will untie the knets of nautical tradition to scale the plane of Varsity competition. However, graduated steps will lead up to this height: a race with Columbia and M.I.T. on May 8, and a four-cornered contest on May 15 with Cornell, M.I.T., and Syracuse.

The unfortunate victim will be the Dartmouth Varsity. On May 22 competition with the Indians in rowing will be initiated on the Charles. This season will be the Indians' first on the water, and they prefer to start modestly, handicapped at the outset by a long winter.

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