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Oars splashed in the frigid Charles again yesterday as the Varsity heavies finished the sixth heat of a ten-heat race that will determine fall championships and mark the end of rowing for the season tomorrow.
A crew stroked by Seligman won by default over Morris' crew in the first heat of the contest Monday. Stroke Steward and his oarsmen defeated an aggregation stroked by Emmet in the second, and Cunningham's crew won over Ross's in the third sprint.
In yesterday's three heats, crews stroked by Stuart, Cunningham, and Emmet defeated opponents headed by Seligman, Schaal, and Morris. The Emmet crew's win was by default.
Exeter Varsity to Race
Today's races will begin at 4.30 o'clock when the Seligman and Schaal boats take to the rive to decide the seventh runoff. Ross and Emmet will launch their crews in the eight at 4:35 o'clock.
Yesterday's winning boats were: in the fifth, Stroke, Cunningham; 7, Chanley; 6, Stove; 5, Knaplund; 4, Clark; 3, Davis; 2, Cox; bow, Cochran, and cox, King; and in the fourth: Stroke, Stuart; 7, Ober; 6, Felt, 5, Luby; 4, Winslow; 3, Bartlett; 2, McCollester; bow, Morgan, and cox, Petite.
A 150-pound crew, probably the second, will face the Exeter Varsity this afternoon.
The ninth heat tomorrow will be a watery battle between the winners of today's heats, and the tenth will determine the fall championships and end the season.
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