Sport: Crews

Columbia v. Yale v. Pennsylvania. Coach Ed Leader of Yale had plenty of good men to pull the Alaskan cedar oars, supposed to be tougher and springier than spruce, with which he had rigged out his shells this year. It is a heavy crew, too, averaging more than 185 Ib.; Leader's main problem was to find a stroke. Those able strokes, Arthur Palmer Jr. and Woodruff Tappen, had graduated and there was no one else in sight. He decided after elaborate trials that long-legged Robert Goodale was more dependable than Herbert Shepard,...

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