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PRINCETON-CORNELL-HARVARD

TRIANGULAR RACE IN BASIN MAY 23.--FIRST PRINCETON RACE SINCE 1874.

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The University crew management has announced a triangular race with Cornell and Princeton, to be rowed over the mile and seven-eighths course in the Basin on May 23. This will be the first time that Harvard has met Princeton in rowing since the Intercollegiate Regatta at Saratoga in 1874. Last year Princeton finished second in a triangular race with Cornell and Yale, that being its first appearance in intercollegiate rowing since it met Yale in 1884. The University crew was defeated by Cornell on Lake Cayuga last spring.

The crews will probably row downstream, starting about 4.30 o'clock. Immediately following the University race, the Freshman crew will race the Cornell freshman eight over the same course.

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