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Eight, Stroked by Comstock, Victorious in Mile Stretch

Leads 8 Bests in Heavy, Lightweight Encounter on Charles


"Legdrive" Comstock's smooth stroking boatload scored a full length victory over Spike Chace's outfit yesterday in a mile race on the basin course. The winners covered the distance in 5:12.

Six heavy and three lightweight crews lined up across the course at the start and with the word "row". Comstock's boat jumped into a lead which they never relinquished. At the finish Chace's boat was closely pressed by Carwen's with the crew paced by Lawrence following. Behind them Tom Talbot's boat and two lightweight crew came under the wire almost together, while the state-wise paced by Sanger light wells his and the lightweights behind George I've is brought up the rear in that order.

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