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PRINCETON CREW WON FROM YALE

Tiger Oarsmen Rowed in Good, Form and Finished a Length Ahead.

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The Princeton crew defeated the Yale crew on Lake Carnegie, Princeton, Saturday afternoon by a length over a one and five-eighths mile-course. The Princeton oarsmen with but three weeks training under Dr. Spaeth, rowed well together and with seeming ease at 35 or 36 strokes to the minute. The Yale crew, using a modified form of the English system, struggled to keep an uneven 32 to 34 stroke. The times were as follows: Princeton, 9m., 39 1-5s.; Yale, 9m., 46 2-5s.

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