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In victories varying from half a length to five and a half lengths four Harvard crews made a clean sweep of their races with Yale on the Basin Saturday afternoon
The Sophomore class crew rage was of quite another sort. Yale challenged nowhere but in the first half mile, after which the Ell oarsmen dropped back steadily, finishing five and half lengths in the van of the Crimson eight, which covered the mile and three quarters in 9 minutes 31 seconds.
The second University, and Freshman, 150-pound crews likewise found no trouble in carrying off laurels, although the latter were considerably forced at the end, finishing with less than a length to the good. The second lightweights' crew race was an informal one rowed at the end of the morning.
Harvard 150-pound and class eights were seated as follows:
Harvard 150-pound University Stroke, Donough Prince '31; 7, H. N. Roberts '30; 6 F. E. Farnsworth '29, 5 M. B. Mekusick '29; 4, W. W. Ames '31; 3 Harper Woodward 31; 2, T. N. Perkins Jr. '31 bow, D. S. Staples '30; cox. Richard Kimball '31.
Harvard class crew--Stroke, R. W. Pearson '31; 7, E. J. Millard '31; 6, J. W. Hallowell '31; 5, J. G. Lewis '30; son '29; 5 Allerton Cushman '29; 4. F. 4, Lawrence Grinnell '31; 3, Amer Hollings Jr. '31; 2, R. R. Stebbius '31; bow, R. L. Vaughn '31; cox, F. S. Holmes '31
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