Second day: A series of disputes between Exeter and the five following boats.
Fourth day: Exeter rowed clean past Brasenose, who steered wide, then easied and let themselves be run into.
River blocked with ice till February 18. Floods later.
On the second night Exeter were caught by Queen's, who failed to get clear, and so were run into by Balliol; Pembroke rowed past Balliol and claimed a bump, but were condemned to lose a place to Oriel for starting before the time. Wadham, who had bumped Oriel, were thus deprived of their bump, so they claimed one on Balliol, whom they had rowed past, but, on being asked if they really pressed their claim, withdrew it.
|B:||W. V. Ewart||11st 2lb|
|2:||S. Le Blanc-Smith||10st 12½lb|
|3:||T. G. Cree||11st 12½lb|
|4:||W. L. Courtney||12st 5½lb|
|5:||G. A. Holme||11st 9lb|
|6:||G. F. Boyd||10st 6lb|
|7:||W. T. Langford||11st 12lb|
|S:||H. Gilliat||10st 9½lb|
|C:||T. H. Griffenhoofe||7st 9½lb|
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