Scoreboard: Who Won Jun. 25, 1965

> Harvard: its 100th boat race with Yale, by ten lengths; on New London's rainswept Thames River. Considered one of the alltime great crews (TIME, June 18), Coach Harry Parker's unbeaten Crimson, victors over Navy, Cornell, Princeton, M.I.T. and nine other challengers this season, was expected to win with ease—and so it did, low-stroking to the finish in the relaxed time of 19 min. 41.6 sec., some 20 sec.

short of the record for the four-mile pull down the Thames. That made it three in a row for Harvard—and 53-47 on the series—with...

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