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Crew Notes.

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Yesterday afternoon the 'Varsity crew started on a four-mile time row. The start was made from Craigie bridge, rowing up stream against the wind and with the tide. The College crew acted as pacemaker at the start, but the 'Varsity boat immediately jumped ahead and gained steadily. The College crew stopped rowing after going a mile, and the 'Varsity continued alone. The water in the basin was very rough, and, after three miles, the boat became so heavy that it was deemed advisable to stop at the Bradford Boat Club and empty it. After a short stop, the shell was launched again and the crew continued to the end of the course. The work of the crew was encouraging. It was steady and with plenty of life.

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