Skating, which lasted far into term, interfered greatly with coaching. This was followed by floods, so that the coaching had to be done largely from the stern, whilst several boats migrated to the upper river.
First day: Balliol broke a rudder line, and were bumped, but regained their place next day.
Second day: Hertford fouled a piece of floating bark, which stuck to their bows, and were rebumped by Brasenose II. Magdalen broke an oar.
Third day: Wadham broke an oar
Fourth day: Corpus (bumped by Magdalen) rowed an untrained man, as No. 7 fainted just as they were getting into their boat.
Last day: Corpus broke an oar.
|B:||D. Macleane||9st 9lb|
|2:||A. S. Loughnan||10st 12½lb|
|3:||C. L. Robertson||10st 10½lb|
|4:||A. W. Miller||11st 11½lb|
|5:||H. C. R. Cunnynghame||11st 8lb|
|6:||J. A. Rowley||12st 6lb|
|7:||W. R. P. Strange||11st 10lb|
|S:||C. Hope||11st 4lb|
|C:||R. M. O. Gramshaw||8st 4½lb|
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