Sport: Crews

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In six strokes on Carnegie Lake the Columbia crew got a quarter of a length ahead of Princeton and Pennsylvania and increased its lead as the three boats, black figurines, moved between green banks covered with shouting people, over water turned to a fire by the sunset, until at the finish Columbia was two and a half lengths ahead of Penn with Princeton back in the ruck.

At Cambridge, in a grey twilight, the Harvard crew, with better blade work and new weight, beat Cornell with Massachusetts Institute of Technology third.

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