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Sachem is a great favorite for the English Derby.
A rifle tournament is to be held at Creedmoor in June.
It is denied that Vignaux is about to come to this country.
Hanlan has signed to row Trickett, May 1st, for $500 a side.
A lacrosse match for the championship of America is to be played between the Louisville (Ky.) Lacrosse Club and the New York City Club.
The English university crews at present are made up as follows: At Oxford, bow, G. C. Bourne, New, 154 lbs.; No. 2, R. S. de Haviland, Corpus, 155 lbs.; No. 3, G. S. Fort, Hertford, 171 lbs.; No. 4, E. Buck, Hertford, 170 1/2 lbs.; No. 5, A. R. Patterson, Trinity, 181 lbs.; No. 6, D. Brown, Hertford, 174 lbs.; No. 7, R. S. Kindersley, Exeter, 185 lbs.; stroke, A. H. Higgins, Magdalen, 131 1/2 lbs. At Cambridge, bow, L. R. Jones, Jesus, 158 lbs.; No. 2, S. P. Smith, 1st Trinity, 156 lbs.; No. 3, P. W. Atkin, Jesus, 170 lbs.; No. 4, S. Fairbairn, Jesus, 191 lbs.; No. 5, J. C. Fellowes, 1st Trinity, 177 lbs.; No. 6, E. Lambert, Pembroke, 173 lbs.; No. 7, C. W. Moore, Christ, 165 lbs.; stroke, E. C. Brooks-bank, Trinity Hall, 163 lbs. In the matter of old oars each crew has four that rowed in the race last year, viz.: Oxford - Paterson at 3, Buck at 4, Kindersley at 5 and Brown at 6; Cambridge - Atkin at 4, Lambert at 5, Moore at 7 and Brooksbank at stroke.
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