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Columbia 'Varsity Crew.

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A very exciting race was pulled Tuesday afternoon between the Columbia crew and the Atlantas on the Passaic at Newark. The course lacked little of being two miles, and from start to finish it was one continual spurt, at one time both crews pulling as high as 40 strokes to the minute. The Atlantas got a slight advantage at the start and soon were nearly a length ahead, but could not increase this lead until after the mile was passed. when they spurted in magnificent style so that at three quarters of a mile from the finish they had a little over a length of open water between the boats. At this point both crews spurted to 40 to the minute, but the pace was too fast for the Columbia crew, who were forced to slacken, while the Atlantas drew away and finished about three lengths ahead. Time 9 m. 22s. At the end of the race the Columbia crew was quite badly used up, Mickleham, the stroke, fainting several times and Tuttle and Forte both being in a very bad condition.

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