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Bob Cantrell of Weld South rowed a 1:15.2 half-mile to take the Yard wherry race on the Charles yesterday. Ethan Welch of Thayer North won the comps race in the only other event of the regatta.
Cantrell's time was called "excellent" by veteran observers, even though the course was comparatively smooth. Cantrell took a slight early lead and then steadily pulled away from the pack. Ken Emerson of Hollis finished second. His time was 4:40.
Welch, too, turned in a fine performance. He and Jim Phillips of Stoughton battled for the lead at the start, but Welch put on the power to gain a clear edge. The winning time was a good 3:45.4. Phillips finished in 4:01.
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