Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 15, 1957

¶No one at Britain's Henley Royal Regatta was surprised that the Yale and Cornell crews had crossed the Atlantic just to continue their bitter private rivalry. Each was out to prove its superiority once and for all. Last season Yale edged Cornell in the Olympic trials, went on to win a Gold Medal at Melbourne. This year the veteran Cornell shell had twice beaten the Olympic champs. Last week Cornell looked stronger than ever, sprinted the last 30 strokes to win by half a length. Shrugged Yale Coach Jim Rathschmidt: "I'm afraid we have to admit that Cornell is the faster...

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