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Cambridge vs. Oxford.


The Cambridge and the Oxford University eights row daily on the Thames in practice for the annual race, which will come off March 24th. All conjectures as to the winners have been based upon the form shown up in the practice work, and according to the latest tidings Cambridge is the favorite with the betting men at 2 to 1 against. The make-up of the crews, according to the latest advices, is as follows:-

Cambridge.- R. H. Symonds Taylor, of Trinity (bow), 151 pounds; 2-L. Hannen, of Trinity, 160 1-2 pounds; 3-J. N. Maughan, of Trinity, 185 pounds; 4-S. D. Muttlebury, of third Trinity, 193 1-2 pounds; 5-C. B. P. Bell, of Trinity, 185 pounds; 6-P. Landale, of Trinity 178 pounds; 7-R. H. P. Orde, of first Trinity, 163 1-2 pounds; stroke 8-J. C. Gardner, of Emmanuel, 164 pounds; coxswain-J. R. Rosburg, of Trinity, 118 pounds. Average weight, 179 pounds.

Oxford.- (Bow) W. F. C. Holland, of Brazenose, 153 1-2 pounds; 2-E. J. Burr, of St. John, 154 pounds; 3-M. E. Bradford, of Christ Church, 158 1-2 pounds; 4-S. R. Fothergill, of New, 175 pounds; 5-N. Cross, of Hertford, 177 1-2 pounds; 6-N. R. Parker, of Brazenose, 182 pounds; 7-J. Nickalls, of Magdalen, 172 pounds; 8-L. Frere, of Brazenose, (stroke), 141 pounds; coxswain-F. P. Bulley, of Magdalen.

Average weight, 164 1-4 pounds.

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