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CREW CANDIDS Upper left: The two Alvin Martin Ulbricksons of Washington crew fame, examine a shell of slightly earlier vintage . . . Upper right: The rumor that a pickle boat is so named because the shell resembles a cucumber is false . . . here are coxswain Johnny Gallup, stroke Ellis Coder, Bob Whitney, Norm Mil- bank and bow Herb Graybeal taking a sailor ' s holiday . . . Lower left: Getting a close-up of the rhythm and timing of the 1938 varsity is coach-cox Bob Moch . . . here is an instance when the coach can be literally termed " in the driver ' s seat " . . . Lower right: Under pretext of doing the " William Tell, " Gus Eriksen (with the bow) and Chuck Jackson (holding the apple) planned to eliminate crew captain Bob Murray . . . 210
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Lightweights For the first time since the Herb Fullerton trophy was offered, the Washington lightweights brought it to the Husky lair when the ' 38 crew defeated the Van- couver Rowing Club on Canadian waters. The lightweight crew swept through an undefeated season, defeating Sacramento JC, Oregon State, and the Vancouver Rowing Club twice. The first boatload was a powerful combination and the second boat was on their heels throughout the season. Those who participated for the 150 pound crew in their successful campaign were Carl Adatto, Harold Agren, Horace Bethel, Bob Copernoll, Foster Chapin, James Dexter, Dick Easter, Karl Grahn, Howard Gepner, Theron Heckel, Ken Hessemer, Neal Heston, Norris Johnson, Dick Morris, Ed Ohata, Otto Rohlfs, Tom Turner, Jim Watts, and George Yantis. Lightweight ' s win another race as crews near Montlake bridge. A typical turnout begins ivith greasing the oars and carrying the shell to the water. The crews take to the water, hit a fast beat as coaches bark orders, and the drill ends as the oarsmen get a cold shower lifting the boat out of the canal. 209
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MEN ' S POOL Latest pride of the Husky sports realm is the new $196,000 swimming pool constructed last year and opened to the swim enthusiasts at the start of the school year. Experts from many sections of the country have praised the pool and its many advanced features have attracted considerable attention. Jack Torney, Washington mentor, guided his charges to the division title this year and had one of the most powerful squads ever seen in the northwest. 211
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