Sport: At New London

It is history now, they say, that the Harvard crew last week took the lead at the start with powerful, lunging strokes; that Yale was a length and a half behind before the three-mile (three quart ers) mark was reached. Then Yale began to row with all the human efficiency that Coach Edward O. Leader had taught.

Slowly, like an irresistible maritime creature, the Yale boat moved up almost on even terms with Harvard. Suddenly, No. 6 in the Yale boat "caught a crab" (cut the water at the wrong angle, upsetting the rhythm of the crew).

The Yale boat floundered, paused, began...

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