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THREE CHAMPIONS CROWNED IN HARVARD REGATTA RACES

Stabler, Hollister, and Hanley Win on Charles

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After an interlude of four days the Harvard Invitation Regatta races were resumed yesterday. E. R. Stabler '26 triumphed in the Junior singles, and J. J. Hollister '26 and E. B. Hanley '27 were victorious in the pair oar race. The first heat of the double sculling contest was won by H. R. Jones '26 and C. R. Henssey '26. The finals in this event will be held on Wednesday.

J. P. Gardiner '29 followed Stabler across the finish line in the singles race, with William Byrd, Jr. '27, third.

Tomorrow, which is the last scheduled day of the regatta, and which will wind up all the activities except the finals of the double sculling, will see only one race. This is the Carroll Cup race at 3 o'clock for single scullers which is the annual feature of the regatta.

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