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Page 195 text:
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Ullrriekson may produce another national
champion this June at Poughkeepsie.
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Page 194 text:
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FIBST 'HIDE lil ll YEHBS
The Bear Frosh win the only Cal victory: Capt. Ward, Galbraith,
Willits, Sauer, English, Kuhn, Dingwall, Chrislofferson, Brown, cox.
ri r ri l i T f V Moving out to a big lead at the very outset, the Cal frosh were the
r I ri EJ I I only winning Bear crew as they took a one-length decision over the
1-h I Husky yearlings in the fair time of ll:08.6. The Cubs beat the Husky
pups by four seconds.
The Purple and Gold boatload were in the rear of the Cal boat from the beginning as the yearling sweepsters
caught two crabs within the first 100 yards. But the Husky pups fought back and almost nipped the Bears.
However, the Blue and Gold California yearlings were a fine crew and proved one of the best Berkeley frosh
crews to row against the Huskies in years. This raee marked the first time that a Cal first-year boat had beaten a
Purple and Gold outfit in Seattle.
Bow man ,lim Nvard was the captain of the Husky frosh boat. Hailing from Ridgefield, New Jersey, Ward
was one of the few out-of-state men in the Purple and Gold crews this year. He is considered a fine varsity pros-
pect. Biggest man on the squad, Frank English, came from Snoqualmie to row in the number five spot for the
Other men included stroke Holman Christofferson, Harry Dingwall, Grant Kuhn, Bill Sauer, Hal Willits
and Andy Galbraith.
Ski Queen Eleanor Nielsen and Captain were introduced to the crowd which played bridge and pulled publicity stunts between races.
yearlings. Only other man not from Seattle was coXswainiKeith Brown from Pasco.
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Coder, Duppenthaler, Keely, Jackson, Colbert, Gordon, Crunbock, Soules, Canfield
'I fl 'I 'wr Y After one of the most thrilling stretch rlrives ever put on at Poughkeepsie lay
N a Husky crew, the '39 varsity lost to California's Golden Bears hy a scant quarter
I I 9 length in a spectacular windup to tl1e hlue-ribbon rowing classic. Stroked hy sensa-
tional soph Ellis Coder, the youngest crew A1 Ulhrickson ever put on the Hudson smashed the course record hy five
full seconds even though bowing to the California armada.
lfrilfsen, Graybeal, Caldwell, Murray, Hokenslad, Hartman, Thompson, Michrzlson, Alflerson
' I- r ll fl 1 x ln another lircalh-taking finish, Wiasllingtonls luckless
X JV crew was ed ed out h the S racuse boatload onl after
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a see-saw, nip-and-tuck hattle over the whole course. Only
six feet separated the winning crew and the Purple and Gold outfit at the finish line. Veteran Gus Eriksen stroked a
magnificent race in his final appearance in a Husky shell. Rough water slowed up the times turned in hy both crews.
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