Чарльз Диккенс Speech XLI. The Oxford and Harvard Boat Race

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Чарльз Диккенс Speech XLI. The Oxford and Harvard Boat Race

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The Harvard-Oxford Boat-race of 1869. | News | The Harvard Crimson


The efforts which have been made during the past year to complete arrangements for an international collegiate boat-race between Yale and Oxford recall a ...

Чарльз Диккенс Speech XLI. The Oxford and Harvard Boat Race

Inspiredby the new york clubs, a group of harvard students founded the firstcollege crew in 1844, and by 1850 several rowing clubs existed on thecampus. It also inspiredthe formation in 1871 of the first intercollegiate athletic associationin the united states, the rowing association of americancolleges. The columbia team won the visitors cup on july 5after illness of a crew member forced the sho-wae-cae-mettes to drop outof the race.

The crews were met atthe station by a brass band, and the spectators included franklinpierce, the democratic presidential nominee from new hampshire, andjosiah abbot, justice on the massachusetts supreme court. Amateur rowing appeared in england, the united states,canada, and australia in the early decades of the nineteenthcentury. In 1869, the harvard crew generated considerable publicity when it traveledto england to compete against oxford on the thames river.

The london rowing club immediately placed their boats and boat houses at the disposal of the harvard men and treated them with great civility. Thomas nast cartoon celebrates an independence day victory of an americancrew,sho-wae-cae-mettes (nicknamed the shoes), over their british rivalsat the prestigious henley royal regatta in england. The sport was nearly banned in 1850, though, because ofrowdy behavior exhibited by a harvard crew in the city of boston. The two boats came out about five oclock in the afternoon, and at the word from the starter the crews were off, harvard rowing 46 to oxfords 40.

On This Day: July 27, 1878 - The New York Times


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    Чарльз Диккенс Speech XLI. The Oxford and Harvard Boat Race

    Althoughharvard lost by six seconds, it demonstrated that american rowers couldcompete well against the more experienced british. It also became increasingly clear to collegeadministration, faculty, alumni, and students that press coverage ofthe regattas brought additional attention to their schools, andthat the institutions reputations were becoming intertwined with thesport. The efforts which have been made during the past year to complete arrangements for an international collegiate boat-race between yale and oxford recall a similar event which took place between harvard and oxford in 1869.

    With harvards dominance of rowing, yale hired william wood to trainits crew, making him the first professional coach in american collegeathletics. An immense crowd gathered on the 27th of august to witness the great event. In 1869, the harvard crew generated considerable publicity when it traveledto england to compete against oxford on the thames river.

    The london rowing club immediately placed their boats and boat houses at the disposal of the harvard men and treated them with great civility. Inspiredby the new york clubs, a group of harvard students founded the firstcollege crew in 1844, and by 1850 several rowing clubs existed on thecampus. The winning columbia university crew was metat union station by a brass band and a parade to the campus. The original members of the rowing association were harvard, brown,bowdoin, and massachusetts agriculture college (later, the university ofmassachusetts).

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