In a race with the second crew last Saturday over a course of three and seven-eighths miles the University crew, which started 12 seconds behind its opponent, was about a length and a half in the lead at the finish, opposite the Union boathouse. At the Longwood bridge the University crew was forced to slacken speed in order to allow the second crew to go through the draw, thus losing about four lengths. At this point the Freshman crew entered the race, but on account of the weakness of one of its members, withdrew a half-mile below Harvard bridge. The Freshmen were three-quarters of a length behind the University crew and had passed the second when they stopped rowing. The University crew covered the course in about 18 minutes and 50 seconds.
University Crew Won Race Saturday
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