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Nelson Won Carroll Cup Race

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R. M. Nelson '13 won the Carroll Cup race for single sculls over the one-mile course in the Basin yesterday afternoon. P. Withington 1M., who finished first, is ineligible and the prize will be awarded to Nelson.

Sixteen competitors started at Harvard Bridge with Withington leading. Nelson followed him closely and gained slowly. At the three-quarter mile mark he had drawn up abreast but caught a crab which checked him so badly that he crossed the line two lengths behind Withington. At the finish Nelson was less than a length ahead of C. W. Peabody '12. R. S. Parker '12, the winner of the race last year, finished a length behind Peabody.

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