Sport: At Henley

At Henley-on-Thames, England, J. Beresford, Jr., slid his slender shell under the bridge, rested on his sculls in comfort, reflected joyfully that, as in 1920, he had won the Diamond Sculls. In 1922, Beresford was nosed out by Walter M. Hoover of Duluth. Last year, he did not reach the final heat. This year, the man laboring after him was K. N. Craig, of Pembroke College, Cambridge. In the eight's final for the Grand Challenge Cup, six feet separated the victorious bow of the Leander shell from a boatful of "Tabbies" (Jesus College, Cambridge)....

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