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Bolles Gets Dunked in River As Crew Wins Bet on Speed

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Crew Coach Tom Bolles lest a bet yesterday afternoon, and as a result he got a ducking. Bolles bet his first boat that it couldn't row the course under a certain time and told the crew that they "could throw him in if they did."

The crew won the bet in the trial but the time cannot be disclosed. When they got back to the boat house, the rowers stripped Bolles to a pair of sweat pants and gently dunked him.

Bolles' comment on resurfacing was "I've been waiting a long time for this!"

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