Sport: Oarsmen

The U. S. season's greatest rowing week was last Week.

At New London, Conn., on the yacht-crowded Thames, Harvard and Yale had their annual race for two. As it had seemed she would, Yale won. Rowing a slow 30 strokes per minute, crossing the finish line six lengths ahead of Harvard, the men with blue tips on their oars did not pause to shake hands and take the Harvard men's shirts away from them, as is the custom, but kept rowing right on upstream and across to their boathouse and training quarters at...

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