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Jl 10 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 22, 1911. -
M ,f I JTI a I - a - 1- 1 OXFORD DEFEATS
!: &jmWwmfltk4 riWimMf Pp fe Cambridge crew
WI -. - 1 ' .V--''" -! ' .wi - w. yant. . u
I KAM INSPECTION VANIMAN PLANS jMANYMAREAT
' FOR NEXT WEEK LONG FLIGHTS BARON'S SCHOOL Kl
Officer of Fifth Cavalry Will Do
Regular Work This Year.
Knin e.idct- will in- in line this rt
crnooti ut I oiIihI. fur battalion In
spection nn Hie, parol., tlit inspect
ing olllcrr In Ins nptniii . II. Win
ters. tnllltiiri Instructor at the school.
Captain Winters hiii been with tho
Knmchamcha bos im the past two
yearn nnd he Icoacs tin school w Hliln
n few months to Join hl regiment, the
Third Cuvlr. so tin bns Internl In
do tlicmsehcs proud when the regular
but eight gumes In nil lids cnr
1.4ist year the Inspecting utllocr wn
Mnior Humucl Dunning, Twentieth In
fnntiy. nud lie rnleil the si lined cutlets
In Class A niiiiiiiR the mllltur schools
of the United Stutos.
ThlH jenr the Inspecting olllcor vx "1 1 1
he n cnvnlrjman from among the of
ficer of the fifth Horso at Heimlich!
Barracks, nnd the regular Inspection
tlll bo held ionie time next week v
The nillltnr InKtruetor lini been
popular with the stndentx tit Kiinieha
nirhn. mill tlm boyH do not llle to Fee
li 1 til I raw tliem He Iihh lieen an )i
thiilnst In nil their trt und Ii.ih
helped them out In preparing for the
trnck mi-tn an ell an eonehhiK the
nthlctte teanm of the dlainond . and
Tho iKisehnll team thlx 1ar In play
Ini? one inime Ip than wai played l.iMt
year In the regular Berl-. there lieltiR
but elBht EHines In nl Dili ear
6ahu mnl the Kami iilll meet four
time. McKlnlei Illch and St I,oult
CJollece two pililOH each
The KcheduleH ho far nrrniiKed In
which Kains take jmrt are:
Inteneholaitle League Series.
April 17 Knms vs. Falntn.
April 52 IIIrIim vs Saints. ,
April 24 KninK ix Illehs.
April 29 IIIkIik vs Salntn.
May S Knms v Saints.
,Mny 10 Kams vs HIkIis.
April 22 Knms s I'uualiou.
,Mny 1 Knms vs l'unalioii
' Mny A Kiuns s IMinahou
May IB Kuins I'unahoii.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Cntchrr riiarllc Ktneis liunds are
not murked hv mn "t.n nor anv
broken or t Istetl tliiKt rs i t he has
cauKht more than M'O B.tirti since ho
left the Seals to Join the Washington
American I.oneuo team Street sais
M always hold his tlnmrs toRi titer
when ho entches the luill, anil that he
wns never Injured. tett when he made
that record of intihliiK sixteen straight
gumcit In nine dns
Harry SteinfeMt. who has helped tho
Chicago Cubs to w In penuants itud
world's vhaliiploiishlim, slid Pitt her
Vic Willis, who did the same for the
Boston Ainerlcuns when they were In
their prime, are two veterans who will
drop out of the game this car und go
Into business Hoth were slated for
the minors, but would rather retUe
than become ' bushers "
It has been stated In almost every
paper In the country that Jimmy Cal
lahan of tho Chicago White Sox Is the
only player who could come back It
Is not known that he has been "nway."
ns Oil has had h City League team
In the Windy City ever slnco ho do
serted the Sox some years ago, ami
has kept In shape at all times.
When Ous Schaefer gets bis aero
pinny working and I'M l.ewls Is soar
Ing In tho blue ether, there will be no
need of lniirtlng blrdmen for nn ml
, ntlon met In Honolulu. We can lmvi
meets of our own and ask the outside
world to enmn und see the things Ha
waii can do.
The science department nt the Col
Icro nt Hawaii turned out n base
.biill team yestcidny aflernooii which
trimmed llm enRluierlng department
nlno by 10-9 AHIioukIi not an error
less game. It was u good one and much
encouragement was gl-.cn by the funs.
Hllo fcnys that the Courtli of Julv
celebration will be a family affair nnd
that anyouo who goes over on that
day will be a guest and nut nsked to
spend liny liinney to see the things
that happen. Hverythlug In the lino of
sports und firenorkH Is fne.
May 1U Is the day set when the local
association football plnjers travel oer
to Maul and play 11 Kami thero with
the men of the Valley Isle who tlillil;
they can do things nt the game.
Thero Is hope of a rugby gatno be
ing played this afternoon at Mnklkl,
arrangements being made yesterday to
get two teams together
Walter Dllllnglinm Is out on Pum
bnu field these mornings doing work
with his ponies and tho elusive polo
bajl In preparation for the regular seu
son, which will oiicu.buf.orirloui,' now.
Aviator Well-Known In Hono
lulu Would Attempt to
Cross Ocean Again.
MeUlu Vaniiiinn, tho noted aviator,
well known ''in Honolulu, who won
fame as the expeit Willi the Wclliuim
p.irt that tried to cioa the occun,
has Kill I luoro iitnhltlous plans,
cording to the follow Iiir dispatch from
Atlantic City. New .Icrsey.
ATLANTIC (MTV, N. .1., March SO
Mclvin Vaniintin, chief engineer of
the dirigible balloon America (luring
her disastrous attempt last falj to
ci oss tho Atlantic, leached Atlantic
City today and went Into conference
Willi the hackers of the Wollman pro
ject oior his own proposed lllglit In
a dirigible balloon from Cincinnati to
this city nnd thence to Europe Ilodo7en go through tho work with their
Is accompanied by .lames .1. Ileekln, Instructor shows that their minds nro
lco-presldcnt of the Transatlantic , upon It nnd they nro anxious to 1m
Alislilp Company, and they laid he- prove their bodies,
fore the Atncrlraii Imposition Com- j To liven things up and crenlo n
p.my, which tlnaticcil the Weltmaii spirit of rivalry among tho yonngslcrH
lllght, three dcflnlto business pioposl-, the Instruitnr arranges races of llf
lioiiH Neither would go into details ferent kinds, n walnut race, relny
prior to the acceptance of one of the ' race and others ns well as Jumping
proposals, though they declared that land other stunts which glvo tho boyn
the lllght was assured. . I
Yuhlmuu told toiliiv for tho nrstl.Then there arc )lrlzeit'''ftlveh for
time something of the construction of
his new airship. She will avoid tho
constructive features that bumpered
the America and will havo no oqiilllb-
rator, since that device caused tho
America to Jerk with each motion of
tho waves against the long coll of
trailing gnsolino receptacles. Vani
llism says that hi' has Invented a new'
device to take Its placo.
".My device," he said today, -"for
which I have hot yet snlcctcd n name,
adjusts to total weight In oxact'nc-
cordutico with tlio lifting power of.tho
gas. It does this Instantly nnd.-eon-I
sianuy. with tins ami tno speed that
the vessel will develop, I am confident
wo can negotlutn tho distance between
Atlantic City and Cincinnati, nnd then
connect Amerlcn with Europe by tho
air route "
:: n ::
OF RECENT FIGHT,
The Wolgnst-IJi Crave fight which
was held on the coast recently stop
ped In tho lift It round when Spider
Kelly, chlof second of
throw tho towel into tho ring,
lly rounds the fight was:
V",I l,l L I ,.1 .tlli.liml Irttl' ..tl.l Ir.fi.iml
, """ X"" ' ' """ """ i in biinclies.
his man lightly several times. After, ,n thc lr8t Ccntrill nramm.ir landed
Bomo InplfccliMl Infighting the chain- Ulircc ,,,, two more In -the third and
plnn drove a solid left to thc Jaw and I three In tho fifth, those tcores licljuy
tltey mixed nt closo range, Wolgast ', the only ones inado except line In th'o
landing right and left to the body and seventh and another In the eighth
head Tho champion covered up clov- I It was tho sanio with tho Tuns, for
crly and then landed almost at wilt
on his opponent's body and Jaw. m
Graro appeared very nervous and
mado no showing whatever In this,
round, which wns all Volga3t'.
Si'inuil Ilnuiiil. i
tTho Cadillac boy rushed the "hutch-1
ei town idol ' from mm end of tho ring '
, to the other, planting solid lefts and
,1'lglns to the body in quirk succession.
Vol Kant faiily scintillated Willi speed. 1
la one of his rushes ho drove La '
Idravo almost through Iho lopes with
(u left hook to tho Jaw, and a moment
, later sent his man prouo with 11 slm-
, liar punch to the same placev When
li (have got to his feet Wolgast
I waded In, boinbaidlng. the practically
defeated Inuil man with every variety
of blow Thu gong rang In tho nick
of time, and found La Gritto stagger
I Third Hound.
I Lu Grine came up trembling llko 11
leaf. The champion wasted llttlo time.
going after Ids man and never giving
him a show. It Grave mado a fuw
fechlo attempts to counter, but bis
efforts woro made to look ridiculous
by tho clever champion. Wolgast
diovo his man against the ropes with
)l rain of blows and all but senl him
to tho llmir. Ui Grave then found
hollar in veiy welcome Cinch.
lis resplto was shoit lived, howovor.
lor tno ciiiimpion kept up a ceaseless
., . . .
. ihioo nnu ui iiravo went to his cor- .Kelly, his chief second, throw n towel
I nor wabbling. nt0 the rlni?, acknowledging defeat.
I mirth It.miid. x ! Ileforco Ju,.k WplBh tl, declared
WolEust chand his opponent uioiind WolKust the victor
tho rlnc and vent him 1., .!,. ,.,,, , ,
rice wlih l..fi .?,., 1 1 , I 1 I ' W0lB"8t "VUr lla1 " ",nrk' Wl1' i
thrice with left and right hooks und on tho other hand, La Qravo was bail;
.La Cruovvtm Uojvu fortUc fouriUi 1 iuU uy, .. , . ,
" ' wi . ' .. t li- ,., ws. . ...-, V w , J
Boys' Class Most Interesting,
Where Races Planned
. t'lerro Ilaron'H Hniiinnluin n KltiR
fitrcet Is becoming the most popular
' place In town ntnl tho classes liavo
jioen liu-rcnilni; rapidly for tho past
nr-lttvn or three weeks.
Jinny of tho prominent business
nnd professional men anil wotnun In
llie cuj oie iiimiih ,c,,.ii! ...in .1..-
her Huron or one of his assistants,
' lllorkman or Duncan, anil tho pro
prietor himself Is treating many with
massage, of which ho Is past muster
I One of Ihc Most Interesting classes
In the school Is that of tho kiddles
uniler Mr. (leorgc Duncan, nnd tho
way this class of from eight to
potnotliliig to think. About-. .
theso winners In tho events, books
which all hoys with red blood like (o'J
read, stories of udventuro by llcnty,
( Algor, and pthcrs.
! If all tho parents of boys In tho
, city could take tho time to como If)
Damn's place and seo this large cUibs
Puns and Central Grammar
Teams Struggle Twelve In
nings For Result.
It took twelve Innings to decide tho
pi me between the I'un team In the
flranimnr School League and Central
(irnmnuir School, which was played on
the l'unalioii grounds and resulted In
a score of 11-10
Kwnl l'oon went Into the box for
the I'uus In tho fifth, anil from that
time on thero was not much doing for
the opposing team
Cor Central flramntur, Brash pitch
ed all hut tho first three, Innings, nnd
ibnil things almost his own way nftorijj
going into me ima.
After the fourth Inning tho tennis
mado scores only ono ut u time, but
..iiln. in Ihlvi tliev. li.nl f'olnn ovor
their scores were made
In the first
' three I".."""-. ... , .
itw iiiiii uiiii iiii'ii iiiii 1 iii urn nil "i"
1.. 11.., ivii, ,.,1,1 nootiier in tho twelfth.
The score and lineup
JG'JOO 100000 1
c 0. ...
c. a. ..
. 2 4 100 1100 10010
1'illiahoir Hal Kit, rf i Kong Tnl,
3b ; Klin Wal, of.; Kwnl l'oon, 2b.-p.J
McKtnckcr (enpt ), If ; Thompson, p.
2b ; Wndsworth. c.; Quintal, ss I Kwnl
Central Ornmmar: Itlce (enpt), Sb.;
i Drasb, lb-p; Ton Lee. If.: .lay
1,'ong, 3b.; Grace, e; Peters, cf-lb.:
Mltsiiliara, ss.: lelln, rf : Amaiia,
it it tt it ti tt tt tt it it tt tt it tt tt tt tt ti
tlnio, but tho round ended, saving
him from certain defeat.
I'lflli Hound. ,
Wnlgiibt went right aftor Ills man
nnd the latter closed In, hoping. thero,
by to avoid tho henvy punishment bo
Ing ndniinlsterod. . Wolgast drdvo In .
short, snnnny light and loft smashes',
ln llm bead nnd face lie forced tho
fighting nnd had U Grave backing
and covering up. Tho champion then
cut looso moro than oer with a vol
loy of n,lxi;d wallops, and. with La
ftmvn In irrniit distress and In Imnil-
-.-...- ... (-,.-..- -
n,mt dangor of collapsing, "Spider"
H iHI LVC 9ilLlLlLlLlHilLlLlLlLB
" ' ' ' PIERRE BARON '
Athlotic Instructor seventy years young with the vigor and
health of a youngster.
of boys nl wink dining the aftor
lioou, there would be so many i.'tif,
stcrs sent to the .Kchool thai 1'ieic
would ho no room for them
The building up woik i. going iap
Idly on, nnd onco each month Mr
Duncan gives n prize of a bonk In I
tho boy who makes tin most progress
In physlcoV dovelopjneiii
Thuin Is careful mipeiilsinii of all i
tho work nnd the bos me not nllu'.'-
Inn nn'n n :: :: irr: n :: :t ,
tt sport Calendar. ::
p ," '
Saturday. April 22. !
U Track, Meet at ! nneluiniehn - JJ
JJ Ucds and lllue or I'repnr.uon U
tt Sunday, April 23. :.j
tt Onhit IjC.ikiio Season fljiens Two S!i
tt Games: rorlugueso s. N'athe tt1
tt Sons; New Team vs. Japanese tt
it Daseb.ill. Sugar l.eagur-Alen vs. tt
tt la nt Aba. Walamto vs. Will- tt
tt palm at Wnlnime,
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Races, Pearl tt
tt Harbor 0 cuing of Seabon. tt
tt Monday, April 24. tt
tt Dasoball Kains s. Highs. tt
tt Friday, April 28. tt
tt Basketball-K.1III1I e. V. M. C. tt
tt A. at Kulllil tt
tt Saturday, April 29. tt
tt Dasoball St. Louis vs. Highs. tt
tt Hawaii Yarlit Club Ciui-io to tt
tt Pcnrl Harbor -Chowder. tt
tt Sundcy. April 30. t.
tt Dasehall, Kug.n Uiaguo, Walpi- tt
hil Vs. Ab a m Walpahu. Ilwa tt
tt vs. Wiihtnae al Kwii. tt
tt Opening Hawaii Yficht Club Sea- tt
it boil Itncet at I'ciiil llatbor. .it
tt Saturday, May 6. tt
1 tt Dasoball - SI Louis n. Hlgh3. tt
tt Monday. May 8. tt
tt Ilahebal), Kama . at. Louis. t!
It Monday, .May 10. tt
it Dasoball Highs s. Kami. tt
t Saturday, May 13. tt
l'ir " coimiiy L'litii 1'icsi- .
"l" 1 ,,
-- -. . ...... . ..
1 tt Golf at Country Club Piesl- tt
n items uup i'lity. j
tt May. tt
I0;tt Territory Tennis Cliamplom.hlp tt
11 tt' Tournament. tt
n M n tt tt tt tt ft tt tt'tt tt it :
MAY KILL 1IIQLZ
Boer Fighter in Critical Condi
tion After Knockout By
KT l.ot'lK. Apr 8 -H-lludolph Un-
bo., the llocr ili-httr who last 11 tit lit
wns knocked out lu tile third round
of il scheduled IT,. round go with
Tommy Moore of Chicago, was a fuw
bonis-later removed to a bopllul siif-
ferine from 11 dangerous onsc of blood
poisoning Ills lopdltlou Is said to bo
I'.ihnU had ait operation performed
', " . Z, "bad' , iTa
ii, oi,, 1 ., ii., 1, u ,neoen,nd
mi' l.hilt luni niniii -
.that tho infection had spreinl down tho
side of his face to his neck. It was
I "Iso lrajrncc tint twice yesterday nft-
0,nn,"1' "l'"! , ",fw' from Hl,ocl'
.weakness nnd pain.,
' Tho fig iter's only evplannllou of bW
"rtl" ' """'8 '" '" ,,,K " '"'' n
condition was that he thought Moor.
UOuia provo UI, fusj-wlcilm.
ed to overdo (ho work or to strain
themselves In any wuy '
Next week llioro will bo races jn
two (lavs, Monday aftornoou being
named for n dumh-hell and relay
rune, and Friday for a walnut rare.
Thosu In tho class nt present nro
V. h Watcrhouse, K V Peterson,
V. I: ll.iron, Arthur Necly, Colby
Tin lion, J Campbell, V H. Ilowurs,
I,. Vltlerspoon and W Mist
Four Teams In Oahu League
Make Bow to Local Fans
at Athletic Park.
Two games on this afternoon and
two tomorrow lu Honolulu, two In the
Sui, ir Leauiie and the opening of the
sea-mi at Hllo tomorrow, show tint
baseball I with us once again and
that It will .lectin; the attention of
the iiiiim for tho lit xt few months.
I'lils al let noon Aula Park will bo the
, , ne of one game, when the St Louis
and High !-. liool nines cross bats, and
out ut Knini Mauielia the other gamo
will be pl.ied, between the Kains and
Tomorrow Is the bin day III Hono
lulu, when the four tennis In tho Ouhu
League ui'iii'li down lo Athletic Park
und open I lie nuii-on iOf;1011 umld the
chciuiof hundieds of fans who bno
hern wtilllug for months for the aus
picious d.ij which would see the heroes
of 'be diamond 1 01110 ana 111 Into their
With Iho Niitle Sons and the Htnrs
in Ihc league this -.cur, thcic Is much
spct ulatlon as to who will win out In
the Jiames lomoiiow, as these two
teanri us aggregations are uukiiown
t-to far as the Individual men lire
concerm d. nil the fans Know about
what iaih one of them can nnd will
do but takeii-togetbi r thero Is no say
l.i Ti 1111 wntk Is what counts, and no
matter how brilliant the Individual
i.in Is. h bits In become a unit of
.1 .1,111 bun and not t.y to be the whole
In Die Sugar league. Kwn Is picked
to Mln lomorrow In the game with
A11 and Willi the other results coin
ing "it. right litis will put last year's
h. impious nt the lop of the list again
among the cane diamond players
Talon all hi all, tomo.row will bo
1. bU day in athletics lu and around
Honolulu, mid If the weather man Is
good 1 uoiiKb to kIio us nil it bright
da. the. e will bo us hot baseball us
the most tabid fan will ask to see
:: tt i!
N'lIW YORK, Apr K "Itlillculoiis,"
Is tITi answer of Piesldiut Thomtis
Lynch of the .National League to tho
ch.iiKu iiiudu by the llov II. H Miller
ut Hiiinloga that baseball Interests
Iih( raised $:!.r0,0(M) to see'itre the pass
age ol' 11 Hllllilui basebtll bill
"The whole thing Is 11 Joke." Kllld Mr
Ljneli 'Why, the New York clubs
don't want Sunday ball They feel
that the people itt the State do not
want It l'urthermore. It sci'ins rather
odd that If such n fund weio In exist
ence. I would not know about It Hut
the whtile thing Is news to ine "
.lulu. II run II of the New York
State Leaime ulo empbat lenity denied
SBfBULLETIN ADS PAY'
Dark Blue Oarsmen Clip Eigh-'
teen Seconds from Best
Previous Time,' .,
I-tJTNIJY, England. April 1. Tho
V 'in! ciew won Iho annual Inler-
niiy race fiom her tlmc-honmed
rival, Cambridge, over tlio historic
course toita, mid liiclijenhilli'ilnile'ii
new lecord for Hie race. The Dark
llluc giants sont their boat over thu
courso In 18m, 20s., beating the best
previous record by fully eighteen sec
onds. Tho old iccord of JSm. 47h
wns made by Oxford In 1803, nnd was
duplicated by Cambridge, In 100').
And, according to Iho best Kugllsh
oxpertn. neither of this years crews
was up to tho average.
A slicing tldo helped the winners,
who woici strong fnorltcs. today. Tho
olllclal times nl tho tarlnus paints
on the couiso wcic ns follows:
Start. 2.ert; (list mile, 4tn.: Ham
mcisnillh Hildb'c, 7m. lis.; Chlswlck
Church, llm. llta.; llnrnes Uridgo,
Ifim. 21s.; finish, 18m. 20s.
Weather Was Ideal.
Tho weather wns itlcit for row lit!:
mill an Immenio crowd thronged Iho
banks of the river along the courso.
Mjialds of boats sneaked furtively
along luuhoti' not daring to mako, a
rlpplo on tho liver's hiii face. Hxeur'-
slim ule.niicrs llyliw Iho light blue or
the d.iik blue, necordlilg to thO'KOiill
merits of their passcngci'H. buslled
licro .niul there and tho biggest orray
of "inlilor-boata ever crowded Into the
same section dashed nhoul.
Ilmiilieds of old oarsmen, some or
them fiiinuini, were among tho crowd
of spectators. Tho Prlnco of Wales
and Prince Albert, In cadet uniforms
followed tho inccrs In a 111ntor-bn.it
njitl were cheered all ulong the lino
ecn mine Hum tho contesting oars
men. Oxford took Iho lead at Ihc stait
mid won by three lengths. Tho Cnm-
iirldgo lads rowed n finished race
Iholr smooth stylo being exactly suit
ed to the course.
Oxford Wins Tots.
Oxford won tho toss Tor position
and choo the Surrey sldo of the
Will,. allow you to forget that
annoying lack of hot water '
From $15.00 up
tVlxen tlioriuoineter Says "It's Hot,"
Tliei'inos Answers " Certainly Not,"
My contents are Icy Cold.
And when Thermometer goes below,
Says Thermos Bottle " 'Tis Not So"
For "All Is Hot I Hold."
And tliey are both right. The latest thing In Thermos Bottled is hers
wo have them; the pint bottle that we soil you for $2 each.
Everybody can use a THERMOS now the price brings them within
anybody's roach for everyday use. Call and look at tho new bottle.
slrealn, which caused comment among
tho oAports present, who wcro of I ho
opinion that litis was tlio less iloslr
nhle side. ' Onco tho start wns innilo
tho Oxford stalwarts Jiu-tlflqd tho ex
pectations of their backers by going
to tho front and keeping the lead by
long, powof till stro.tcs. II. C. Ilournc
Ihp Oxfo'rd strpko, sent his men nlung
at a Ht'.ff iiac,tblliey Jhiii'C ffc'J'
nhcasl 6t lio Itljslitjlltitcs, Hjlt llWtirii'I
gradually dcctcaccd tho stroke, and
nt.tho end if tlm.nrnt mil tho crews
wire fowlnd! onjicarly cveti(eims.
Tho D.irfc'IlliiQ'ciaw Rppoiucd to bo
In belter phyrlcal condition, from .
trainer's BlundKliit, nnd this condi
tion hcrjii It" tell when tho crow
starlfd their llnnl tiimrls. Arbtitnhnt.
sttoko pr Iho Ugllt Illuoi. was Iho
first to besln Iho final ilnsh. H
quickened his crow and they began
titi crawl up vn iho Oxford men.
Ilourno then decided that u real dash
should bo mailc. nnd ho hastened the
sttokc. The Dark Illuo giants behind
him responded nobly "and they were
running away from their compelltnrs
when they crowd Iho finlsli lino.
To-day's victory brings Oxford't
total of wins In the event tip" . !
Ihlity-seven. Cambrldgo has won
thirty or Iho litres. In 1S77 tho iaco
resulled In u dead heal.
Last sear Oxford, with a load of
thico lengths, finished In 20 minutes
1 1 seconds. The year previous Ox
ford won by Ihioo and a half lengths
In 1!) minutes and 1.0 seconds. Pol-
lowing Iho Kngllfli custom, tho limn
of Iho losing crew was not taken.
Tho clown Unit, conliieled li)-dti
unit their weights follow.
Oxford, C. 14. Tlnuc (University),
bow, 170; 2, L. 0. Wormald (MK-ilnk-11).
177 il. It. It Uilrgcss (Mag
dalen), lSA; 1. II. MllltiiRlrtn Drake
IpS.lnlcu). nr.'Sj'T., Jt. V Mtlb
John (New CollcRo), 18!; fi. 'A. S
Gaiton (Magdalen). ll'OMi 7, 1).
Mnsklimoii (Mngdalol)), ISa'A; H. '
lioumo (Now College), strolie, ir,2V4;
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IIS. Cambridge. H. K. Swann (Trin
ity Hall). Isiw, 1(12; V. I. V. (I. Vnn
ilcr Ilyl (Pembroke). 172: 3, 1". I)
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lly), 'J07Vj; 7. G. P. Knlrburn (Jesus).
171 '5; It. W. M. Arbullinot (Third
Trinity), stroko, HOVjj C. A. Skinner
(.lesus), coxswain, 118.
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