Sport: Thames

The Harvard waiters won. They sized themselves up and put in their shell eight men with no nonsense about them. The Yale chef at Gales Ferry, on the other hand, casually lined his scullery men on a mark and gave oars to the first eight men who reached the shell. Such slipshod methods were their own reward. The Harvard waiters won.

In the other events of the 63rd annual Harvard-Yale regatta on the Connecticut Thames, Yale was less casual. The Yale freshmen led game Harvard by three and a half lengths in two miles. The...

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