Sport: Rowing

The Navy was favored to repeat its victory of last year, but oarsmen from Washington (average height 6 ft. 3 in.) are not to be denied too long.

At the three mile bridge at Poughkeepsie, 40,000 people observed that the Huskies were a scant length ahead; at three and three-quarter miles, Navy whistles screamed that the shells were even; then the oars of "Rusty" Callow's men pushed back the Hudson river sufficiently to heave one-quarter length of the Washington shell across the finish line first. After the Navy came Syracuse, Penn, Columbia, California,...

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