Sport: Compton Cup and Connibear

What Notre Dame is to intercollegiate football, the University of Washington (Seattle) is to intercollegiate rowing. Not only do practically all the racing shells used by U. S. college crews come from the tiny workshop of famed George Pocock on the Washington campus, but of the 19 U. S. colleges which maintain crews, 18 have Washington-trained oarsmen on their coaching staffs, eight have Washington-trained head coaches. Last week, the newest Washington-trained head coach made his debut as such in the first important event of the eastern rowing season. He was Tom Bolles of...

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