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Page 197 text:
COACH AL ULBRICKSON, a stroke when Rusty Callow
held sway on Lake Washington, has now held
his former coach's position for over a decade, turning out
cham ions re ularl . Secretar of th lnte -coll i t
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Crew Coaches Association, "Al" is considered
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manded the River, letting Syracuse, Cornell
and Washington fight for second. The Mid-
dies, however, felt the strain ofzsetting the
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an paddle with the Husky Juniors taking the advantage over
avy and Cornell. Never was Gus Eriksen's outfit seriously
hallenged by the weaker Eastern crews. The Jayvees' supe-
iority was shown as they cracked the old time of 14:18 1-5,
t by Navy in 1928, by 34 l-5 seconds, or 13:44. Navy pulled
ver the line three lengths behind and Cornell was tagging too
r back to record ....
Seven spider-like shells jockeyed around the starting boats
r the Varsity event. Navy, the Eastern Seaboard Champion,
alifornia and Cornell, a dark horse, were the hurdles for
ashington, so the critics opined, if Ulbrickson's lads wished
return home victorious.
From the start to the two and a half mile line, Navy com-'
ASSISTANT COACHES BUD 'RANEY
and BOB MOCH were assigned
to the coaching staffwhen ,
Tom Bolles accepted the position
of Varsity Coach .at Harvard in 1936
Young but wise, these two- varsity
ti'oriedfain2l t ie battlefwas betweeriithe weak-
ening Annapolis Saixlorsiandfla :surprisingly
powerful, but not too sniooth, Cornell boat.
Schenckrcalled for a higher stroke-in the
last mile and flashed between the --finish
barges three lengths ahead iof Navyfwihio.
barely nosed outlCornell-in one of the most
rthrillingm finishes in years for secondfiplace.
Syracuse was fourth: California, fifth: Co-
lumbia sixth, and Wisconsin last.
Washington was still THE institution for
crew champions. The Freshmen galleys had
won four consecutive National Champion-
ships, Jayvees won three and the Varsity,
two, besides a World Championship: in ad-
dition, the Jayvee and Varsity both set new
records. Varsity finished in 18:33 3-5, 2 1-5
seconds faster than the 1928 California
Washington really rubbed salt into the
wounds of the Eastern colleges as even the
Pickle boat won its traditional race. Ewan
Dingwall, at stroke: Ted Wassard, 3: Art
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Husky varsity to a four-length ' " ,211 , 4 .75 g 3 4
victory over the Californian Bears l E - . , l .3 QQ ' 2-ifw
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The race finished in a dead heat! But due
to more experience in racing competition, the
Olympic Champions were awarded the Var-
sity rowing togs. As a last moment change,
Earl Schenck was shifted to the Varsity tiller
seat that John Rosenkranz occupied during
the California race, Rosy going to the .lay-
Vee. . . .
Fifteen crews were met with stormy
weather the day of the race, June 22. Set-
ting the races back an hour, six Frosh crews
lined up at the two-mile mark with Navy
Plebes the favorite to wrest the Freshman
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crown from Washington. California was also considered
enough to be a contender.
With the gun, Washington Babes dominated the field
Navy got off to a bad start when one of the Plebes shot
slide off the track, putting them at the tail of the process
California was in second place, a deck behind the Yearli
ln the last mile, Navy had overcome their disadvantage
shot into second spot, but didn't have the reserve to challi
the Northwest lads. The Washington Greenshirts finished
9:15 2-5, 4 l-5 seconds slower than the mark hung up by
l909 Cornell Frosh: Navy, second: California, third: Cor
Columbia and Syracuse finishing behind in that order ....
The three-way Jayvee race immediately followed the Fr
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Q Walton, 23 Fred Dyer, bow: and Gordie Powers, cox, the reserves
, Ulbrickson took East, made up the boat.
Varsity awards went to Stroke Don Hume, Joe Rantz, 7: "Shorty"
' Hunt, 6g Capt. Jim McMillan, 5: John White, 45 Capt.-Elect Gordan
-if-1 Adam, 3: Chuck Day, Z3 Roger Morris, bow, and Earl Schenck,
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4 ' 3' Q,.f.-- coxswain from the Varsity shell. The Jayvee oarswingers were
g g it f v- LE, y .gl awarded Varsity stripes for winning a National championship: St
' 3:- ggig -1-14, Gus Erlksen, Bob Murray, 7: Leo Hawel, 63 Dutch Schoch, 5g ,
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', R, l QP . " ' Freshman numerals winners were Vic Michalson, stroke,
sf. ii 2 JA, Thompson, 75 Bob Johnson, 6.3 George Hansen, 5: Ralph Willi
'zlgg 4+ gg :ob Gr5mbock,3g Norm Milbank, 2, Will Dunlap, bow, and T
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fa if 4' a t .John York was voted the Pigott Trophy tor being the most
1 ',s. 4' In-Nw splratlonal oarsman. Ea.rl Schenck was glven the Gilbert Sch
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The Lightweight division lost but'one' race during their season
Pictured are the men who made the Sacramento trip:
,Harold Agren, strokeg,,Don Scavotto, 1: Owen Henry, 6: Hank Boni, 53 John Cotta
Bob gStauff, 33 Captain Jack Hill, 23 Bob Johnson, bow: and Carl Adatto, cox
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