Sport: Sculls

Thumping along 40 strokes to the minute in his singles scull, W. E. Garrett Gilmore of Baltimore left Walter Hoover of Duluth sweating four lengths astern after rowing a mile and a quarter down the St. Louis River. Gilmore stepped ashore and was handed the Philadelphia Challenge Cup, emblematic of the world's singles sculling championship.

Hoover, 1922 winner of England's Diamond Sculls, declared he will not row again for some time, and when he does it will not be under the colors of the Duluth Boat Club. Said he, enigmatically: " I received some...

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