Scoreboard: Who Won Apr. 1, 1966

> Oxford: a 3¾-length victory over Cambridge in the 112th Annual Dark Blue-Light Blue crew race, on London's windswept Thames River. Forced to find a substitute boat after their No. 1 shell collided with a buoy and sank during practice, the Cambridge rowers battled the favored Dark Blues bow-to-bow for 3 mi. of the 4-mi., 374-yd. race. Then, at the last bend, Oxford Coxswain James Rogers steered straight across the Cambridge bow, forcing the Light Blues to check as Oxford pulled away.

> France: the Werner Cup, symbolic of the American International Team Ski Championship, at Sun Valley, Idaho. Led by...

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