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For the first time this year two Freshman crews braved the March cold yesterday to join their Varsity brothers, who have been rowing on the river since February 20. Ice forming later in the afternoon kept the Yardling fifties in the tank, but Coach Bert Haines intends to launch them today.

In the '40 boats which took to the water yesterday were Donald G. Parrot, John L. Bremer, 2nd, Walter N. Kernan, 2nd, Phillips Hallowell, John R. Richards, George W. Overton, Jr., John N. Fulham, Jr., Bayard H. Dillingham, Alexander B. Comstock, Jr., John J. Rowe, Jr., John B. Lloyd, Robert W. Harding, Lawrence M. Rile '39, Roger A. Derby, Jr., Thomas E. McCormick, Jr., and David Stiles.

Coach Love has decided to abandon the "Leviathan," since all Freshmen are well enough trained to row in shell-barges.

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