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Causing a decided upset in preface dope, the Junior A crew, stroked by O. A. Pendar '27, came through with a brilliant spurt in the last piece of the championship class race yesterday afternoon to win from the Senior crew by 4 feet.
The Junior boat pulled away in the lead at the start of the race, but soon fell behind the powerful Senior outfit. The latter increased its lead to a whole length and held it until the last 300 yards of the mile and three quarters course.
The Junior oarsmen then put up the stroke and showing unexpected reserve, pulled ahead of the rival craft to win by feet. The time of 9 minutes, 44 seconds was slower than either crew's best on account of the rough conditions on the last half of the course.
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