Six boats of Harvard lightweights will stage their annual Fall race at 3:30 p.m. today in the Charles River Basin. The finish line will be near Joyce Chen.
Coaches Steve Gladstone and Bo Anderson have mixed freshmen with upperclassmen in making up the boats, which are intended to be evenly matched.
Harvard's lightweights, captained for the second straight year by Dave Harmon, should continue to be successful this Spring. They haven't lost a regular season race since 1964 and have won four of the last five Eastern championships.
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