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Bert Haines' fifty squad takes the spotlight in tomorrow's activities on the Charles, when it meets lightweight crews from Yale and Princeton in a triangular fight for the Goldthwait Cup, which has been lodged in the fifty room at Newell for the last three years.
With the heavies enjoying a week's respite, the fifties will be the only crews in action. The Freshmen lead off at 4:30 o'clock, followed at fifteen minute intervals by the Jayvees and the Varsity.
Brokaw New Coxewain
There is only one change in the Crimson boat which lost to Tech by two feet last weekend. Caleb Brokaw, formerly cox of the fourth heavies, has replaced Dick Sisson in the stern of Captain Seth Crocker's Crimson eight, which will again by stroked by Johnny Abbot.
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