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THE JOY OF BATTLE

and inaccurate chorus all down the bank, chants -Five, four, three, two-"; there is a terrific roar from the gun ; the coxswain drops the chain ; the boatman slips the point of his boathook (which, between ourselves, has been doing the lion's share in keeping the ship's head straight) from Five's rigger ; and they are off.
The Benedictine crew got under way very unostentatiously. Their coach was actually rowing in the All Saints boat-and it would be difficult to select a more glowing testimonial to the sterling sportsmanship of English rowing - so the starting operations were wisely left to the College boatman, who had performed the office for something like half a century. The flight of time was recorded by Hughie himself from the watch which hung on his stretcher beside his right foot. The experienced Mr Dishart-Watson kept those toooften fatally intimate acquaintances, the rudderlines and starting-chain, tactfully apart, and the St Benedict's boat got off the mark with a start that brought her within a length of All Saints during the first half-minute.
After that their opponents drew away. As D'Arcy had said, they were a seasoned crew, and nothing short of sheer superiority would wear them down. The two boats swung round Grassy Corner and entered the Plough Reach about their distance apart. All Saints were. rowing the faster stroke.
Hughie, who was keeping to a steady thirty

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