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Thirteen men qualified for finals which will be held this afternoon instead of tomorrow in the University singles Championships.
Jerome Olrich 2G, Henry W. Locke '38, A. T. Nelson '37 and Mowery will row in the Junior singles finals at 3:30 o'clock; H. F. Atherton 1L, R. E. Brainerd '39, Peter F. Cunningham '39 and Forbes in the Novice singles at 3 o'clock.
Earning places in the 150-pound class singles, to be run off at 3:15 o'clock, were Thomas Darcey '37, Donaid B. Straus '38, Roger F. Duncan '38, Richard C. Lea, Jr. '37, and H. T. White, Jr. '37.
Tomorrow's events include the finals in the Senior Singles, in which any of the entrants in the previously mentioned races may row, as well as the finals in the wherry event and the narrow and broad comp classes.
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