Sport: Henley

Eight youths from Browne & Nichols, Cambridge, Mass. preparatory school, responded to the shrill yawps of a blond 13-year-old coxswain last week and won the Thames Challenge Cup in the Henley Regatta, second highest English rowing honor.* Not since 1922 when Walter Hoover of Duluth won the Diamond Sculls, famed single scull race, had the U. S. had so large a share in the glory that is Henley victory.

Favored among U. S. entrants had been Columbia's 150-pounders, winners of a preliminary regatta at Marlow and during the U. S. rowing season losers...

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