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Another Harvard sweep on the Charles River is expected this afternoon when four Crimson eights take the water against Technology and Columbia.
Like last week, the weakest link in the Harvard chain comes in the 150 pound class, where Bert Haines' first crew tackles a Tech boat it edged last week, a Columbia boat that beat Yale at the same time in New York.
As the Crimson's Varsity and Jayvee crew have records of victories over Princeton, Tech and Rutgers, Columbia comes with a loss to Yale behind it, and a narrow victory over a very poor Pennsylvania crew.
Here's how Harvard will go into the regatta.
Freshmen: stroke, Henry Curwen, Robinson Stevens, Walter Kernan, Phillips Hallowell, John R. Richards, John Rowe, Harry Wood, Gaylord Dillingham, and George Shortlidge, cox.
Jayvees: stroke William Rowe, William Dearborn, Reginald Kernan, Dudley Talbot, Thomas Choate, Robert Watson, Richard NInde, Peter Brooks and Edward White, cox.
150's: stroke George Lewis, Richard Burnes, George Meyer, Ralph Hamill, Edward Ahrens, Mark Dall, Robert F. Mozley, James Gilkey and Robert Proctor, cox.
Varsity: stroke James Chace, Paul Austin, Douglas Erickson, John Gardiner, John Clark, Robert Wolcott, Roger Cutler, Willism Haskins and Captain Edward H. Bennett, cox.
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