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THE MAY RACES

of people. Undergrads, their relations and friends ; townspeople and their friends ; the crews and their bands of supporters : and all the rest-all seething about in feverish activity, seeking to do something or other and to get somewhere.
There was just as big a crowd on the river itself. Punts, canoes, rowing boats, launches and all sorts of antiquated craft resurrected for the occasion; all bumping and shoving and jostling and splashing. Here and there was an `eight' flying its racing flag on the bows ; with harassed cox and worried crew, seeking to reach the starting point in time for their `heat.' Ferries passing backwards and forwards added to the general confusion, till it looked as though there could never be a race at all. Ditton Corner was a dense mass of folk, all packed on to a great grandstand ; this was flanked on either side by people on seats and forms and boxes. In front of these again, huddled into the bankside, were those punts and other boats which had angled for good places much earlier in the day-greatly to the anxiety of white flannelled young men who wished to show off to the best advantage before the fair occupants of their craft.
Everyone was merry and bright ! Laughter was everywhere ; over all was the gentle mingling of music from the bands ; and every now and then the whole commotion would be held up whilst everyone cheered some crew on its way to the start. Further up towards `Grassy Corner' were more spectators and a stringed orchestra. Their marquee proclaimed their exclusiveness ; and here the whole atmosphere was a little more chic-there was less of the abandon of the tow-path; though excitement was scarcely less intense. These lawns (very temporary) were the enclosure of the famous 'Ship Club'; and the occupants a little more

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