From Oub Spkoial Correspondent,
By Eleotrio Telegraph,
Christohurch, December 18
The final of the intercollegiate fours was rowed to day between Boys' High School and Waitabi High School. Following are the crews ,— Christchurch Boys' High School (white, blue and black monogram) — R. D. Fitch (stroke), lOst, T. G, B. Candy (3), 9st. 81b , W. Stanbury (2), lOst. 41b., C. Milan (bow), dat, IOIb,, B. Daly (cox), 33t, 121b. Waitaki B .ya' High School (black, with red facings) —W. P. Warner (stroke), lOst. 4lb , W. S. Anderson (3), lOat. 71b., R. A. Church (2), list. 51b,, A. G. Jamieson (bow), lOst. 3!b., W. Pringle (cox), Gst. lOib. Waitaki easily beat the Boys High School by six lengths. Both crews were late at the starting post, but a perfect stftrt was obtained They raced level to the culvert, where Wai taki obtained a lead, which was in creased to a length at Cowli3haw's 'Corner, Though strongly challenged by High School, the visitors gradually increased the lead. Time, umin. 40sea
At the close of the principal race Obriet's College and Wang&nui College tried conclusions, as did also veteran crews representing Old Boys and Christcburch Boys' High Scbool, the conditions being that the average age of members of the crews was to be forty years or more,
Christ's College beat College by six lengths, The officials were—Judge, Mr F, D Keeteven ; starter, Mr H, Ayres; urn pires, Messrs F. J. Cowlishaw and F D. Kesteven. During the afternoon, the president of the Union Bowing Olub (Mr A. E. Craddock) and Mrs Oraddock entertained the crews at afternoon tea in the Union Club's boathouse.
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TELEGRAPHIC, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913
TELEGRAPHIC Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913
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