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Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race.

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The annual boat race between Oxford and Cambridge will be rowed on the Thames on Saturday, March, 17. The start will be made at 9.30 o'clock in the morning. Both crews have been in training for some time, and in a few weeks will appear on the Thames, at London. The Oxford crew is rowing on the Isis, but, according to reports, is in a sowewhat backward condition, and changes are made in the crew each day. Mr. W. W. Fletcher will coach the crew for two weeks, when he will be succeeded by Mr. B. C. Lehmay. Mr. D. H. McLean will give the men the benefit of his advice during the last two weeks. The Cambridge men are doing very well, and the positions of the men have been decided on. The Cambridge University Boat Club Lent races will be rowed on Feb. 21, after which the university eight will go to London.

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