Sport: Aussie at Oxford

From Putney Bridge to Mortlake, the crowds that walled the winding Thames last week recognized the 103rd rowing of the Oxford-Cambridge University Boat Race as a very special race indeed. But more than any other man on the river, Roderick Carnegie, 24. the mop-haired Aussie pulling Oxford's No. 7 sweep, was entitled to a bellyful of butterflies. Win or lose, this year the oldest of college boat races belonged to him. This was the payoff to "Rod's Revolution," the big test of his brash attack on the traditional style of British rowing.

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