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Spring Regatta at Yale.

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The annual spring regatta of Yale college was held at Lake Saltonstall last Saturday afternoon. The first event was the single scull race for the Cleveland cup, over a mile and a half course and return, with a turn. C. O. Gill, '89, and W. H. Butler, '90 S., were the contestants. Butler lead from the start, and gradually increased the distance between himself and Gill, who was handicapped by a defective oar. Butler finished in 13 minutes, 50 3-4 seconds, The principal event was the eight-oared shell race, two mile straight away, between the junior, sophomore and freshman crews. Two starts were necessary, as Ninety-two failed to get away when the word was given. Ninety lead at the second start, with Ninety-one second. An accident happened to a freshman's oar at the second stroke, thus leaving Ninety-two out of the race. By a number of spurts, the sophomores gradually gained on the juniors, and finally passed them, winning by a quarter of a length, in 11 minutes, 46 seconds.

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