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Baillie, W. W., 199

Balfour, Ernest, 231

Bankes, J. E., 196

Barclay, C. T., 213

Barrington, Croker, 194, 203

Bayford, J., 12

Baynes, H. G., 247

Beginning, 33, 47, 60, 65, 141, 145 ;

sculling, 1 60
Belgian Style, 140-143
Benham, J. H. F., 247
Benson, C. W., 195
Blade, extraction of, 35, 37 ; shape of,

70; off feather, 145
Blagden, M. B., 247
Body, 43 ; at finish, 53 ; on fixed seat,

61

Boustead, J. M., 196
Brancker, P. W., 194, 196
Brasenose College, 18, 194, 218
Brown, D. E., 200, 204, 210
Brown, V. Lecky, 194
Buck, E., 204, 210
Bumping Races, origin of at Cambridge,

4, 5

Bumpsted, T. B., 21 n.
Burnell, C. D., 222



CAMBRIDGE, U.B.C., earliest minutes

of, 5 ; race against Leander, 7, 13, 26
Campbell, Charles, n
Carr, R., 114
Casamajor, A. A., 28
Chalmers, N., 216
Chapman, W. H., 216
Chest, during forward swing, 42
Chitty, Mr. Justice, 225
Christ Church, Oxford, race against

Leander, 7, 26
City of London Club, 179
Close-Brooks, A. B., 247
Colquhoun, Sir Patrick, 7, 8
Colquhoun sculls, winners of are

seniors, 260

Columbia College, N.Y., 206
Command, words of, 61
Conant, J. W., 21 n.
Coombes, R., II, 14
Cornell University, 201, 213, 266
Cotton, H. B., 112
Country-House Boat Club, A, no
Course, proper, 267
Cowles, D. J., 224, 225, 226
Coxswains, 97-102
Cream, C. C., 195, 196, 197
Crew, arrangement of in Eight, 74 ;

No. 7, 75 ; stroke, 75 ; No. 6, 75
Crum, W. E., 75, 214, 232, 235
Culme-Seymour, R. H., 236



DAVIS, G. L., 102, 224
Davis, Stephen, 5, 12
Dead-Heat (1877), 223-227
de Knoop, J. J., 214, 234
Discipline, 93
Diet, 107, 126, 188
Doggett's Coat and Badge, 6
Doggett, Thomas, 6
Donaldson, M., 247
Dowson, A. O., 215
Dutch Sam, 180
Dykes, G., 193



387



388



THE COMPLETE OARSMAN



EDWARDS, G. O., 214
Edwards-Moss, T. C., 75, 196, 208,

209, 210, 211, 217, 222, 225, 226,
227

Edwards-Moss, J., 216

Eight-Oar, measurements of, 68 ;

centre-seated, 69 ; tub, 74
Egan, T. S., 14, 16, 26, 27, 97, 102
Elbows, at finish, 52
Ellison, W. A., 196
Entry, refusal of, 258
Escombe, F. J., 243
Etherington-Smith, R. B., 115, 222,

242

Eton, 9, 194

Etonian Club, Oxford, 18, 213
Exercise (in training), 116
Exeter College Boat Club, 4, 22
Eyre, W. H., 104, 178, 179

FAIRBAIRN, C., 199

Faults, 79-83

Feather, 37

Feet, 43

Fenn, J. C., 197

Fenner, F., 250

Fieldhead Boat Club, 1 10

Filley,"O. D., 245-247

First Trinity Boat Club, 5, 18, 204

Fish, S. W., 247

Fitzhardinge, Mr., 144

Fixed seats, elementary instruction on,

57-63

Fletcher, W. A. L., 71, 218, 239
Flint, P. W., 247
Ford, J. A., 218, 219
Fort, G. S., 210
Formosa Boat Club, in
Fouls, 268-273
Four-oar, measurements of, 134 ;

method of rowing, 135 ; steerage

of, 136
Funny Club, The, 8

GARDNER, J. C., 213
Gibbon, J. H., 216, 239, 240
Gold, H. G., 114, 215, 234, 239
Goldie, C. J. D., in, 114, 215, 216,

222, 240, 242

Goldie, J. H. D., 195, 240
Goldsmith, H. M., 243, 247
Goolden, C., 7
Gulston, F. S., 195, 198, 203, 207,

210, 250

Gurdon, C., 196, 199, 225, 226, 227

HALL, J., 28
Hammersley, Charles, 97



Hands, during forward swing, 40, 41 ;

at beginning, 46 ; at finish, 53 ;

outside, 54 ; generally, 60, 62 ; drop

of, 146

Hanlan, .,49
Harvard University, rig of, 152-156;

race against Cambridge, 240-247
Harvey, Jack, 181
Hastie, James, 178, 184, 185, 186,

190, 191, 193, 194, 196, 198, 201,

204, 250

Hayward of Billingsgate, 180
Head, during forward swing, 42
Heart, hypertrophy of, 116
Henley Regatta, foundation of, 18
Hertford College, Oxford, 200, 204,

210

Higginson, F. L., 241
Hockin, T. E., 194, 196, 197, 199
Holland, W. F. C., 112, 113, 218,

219

Horton, B., 250
Hoskyns, E., 193
Hours (in training), 107

INSTRUCTION, elementary, for fixed-
seat, 57-63 ; for slides, 64-66

JENKIN, W., 200, 204

Jesus College, Cambridge, 193, 196,

207

Johnstone, B. C., 243, 247
Judge, of race, 262, 270, 274
Juniors, 260

KELLY, F. S., 31, 50, 157

Kent, C. W., 75, 82, 112, 194, 218

King, Isaac, 12

Kingston Rowing Club, 17, no, in,

203, 207
Knees, 40 ; at finish, 52, 66

LABAT, R. H., 22, 188, 196, 250

Lady Margaret B.C., 4, 204.

Lay ton, J., 8

Langham, Nat, 180

Laws of boat -racing, 261-274

Leader, F. D., 201

Leander Club, origin of, 6, 7, 8 ;
race against Christ Church, 7, 26;
race against Oxford, 7, 12, 26 ; race
against Cambridge, 7, 13, 26 ; its
resurrection, 217-221 ; beats Penn-
sylvania, 221

Lee, G., 208

Lee, G. W., 208, 209

Legs, during back-swing, 49, 65

Lehmann, R. C., in, 112, 114. 232,
234



INDEX



389



London Rowing Club, foundation of,
19, 106, 195, 198, 206-208, 209-211
Long, A. de L., 195, 198, 203, 210
Low, A. J., 181, 182
Lowndes, J., 204, 210

MACLAGAN, G. S., 102

Macmichael, Rev. W. F., 13, 16 n.

Marlow Rowing Club, 114

Marriott, H. P., 196, 223

McFarlane, Mr., 144

McLean, D. H., 50, 212, 213, 217, 233

Measure-card, 72, 73

Measurements, tub-pair fixed, 58 ;
eight-oar, 68 ; oars, 70, 134 ; four-
oar, 134 ; pair-oar, 138 ; sculls, 171 ;
sculling-boat, 175

Measurer, 71

Menzies, Fletcher, 21, 27

Merivale, Dean, 4

Miles, of Brixton, 180

Mills, Teddy, 180

Mitchell, E. B., 187

Monarch Boat Club, 5

Morgan, C., 247

Morrison, A., 179

Morrison, George, 179, 239

Moxon, J. H. H., 197

Murphy, Bat, 180

Muttlebury, S. D., 213, 233, 243

NELSON, R. H., 216

New College, Oxford, 214

Newhall, D. A., 247

New South Wales style, 144-151

Nicholson, A. W., 195

Nicholson, W. N., 8

Nickalls, G., 135, 198, 215, 218, 219,

220

Nickalls, V., 218, 219, 220
Noulton, W., 12, 13

OARS, measurement of, 70 ; weight of,

70

Orkney Cottage Boat Club, no
Otter, E. C., 191
Outriggers, invention of, 20
Oxford (crew 1878), 50
Oxford, race against Leander, 7, 12, 26
Oxford, U.B.C., foundation of, 4
Oxford University Sculls, winners of

are seniors, 260

PACE, how to judge, 91
Paddling, 78, 83

Pair-oar, measurements of, 138 ;
method of rowing, 138; steerage of,

139

Paracelsus, 19



Parish, James, 10, 13

Payne, A., 201

Payne, J. K, 222

Pennsylvania University, 221

Phelps, John, 224, 225

Philips, C. K. 72, 214

Phillips, E. A., 195

Phillips, W. P., 203

Pitman, F. I., 75, 228, 230

Pitman, R. O., m, 114, 214

Playford, F., 179

Playford, F. L., 195, 198, 201, 2O2,
203, 207, 210, 211

Playford, H. H., 210

Portman, L., 102

Position (forward), 47; sculling, 158;
(finish) 53 ; sculling, 163

Powell, C. P., 216

Powell, R. V., 247

Practice, length of, 105 j details of,
112; sculling, 167

Prest, E. H., 199

Professional, meaning of, 253 ; assist-
ance to amateurs, 11-17

RACING-BOATS, evolution of, 18-23
keelless, 18

Reach, 35

Read, C. S., 195, 202

Recovery, 35, 142, 146 j sculling, 165

Regatta, what constitutes, 257-258

Regatta Committees, duties of, 257-
260

Regattas, Henley, 18 ; Thames, 19 ;
Metropolitan, 19; Maidenhead, no,
III, 112 ; Goring, no, in ; Wind-
sor, 1 10

Rest, 125

Rhodes, H. E., 194, 195, 196, 224

Rhythm, 34

Ricardo, F. C., 198

Richardson, Bill, 180

Richardson, J., 247

Rig, Harvard (1906), 152-156

Rigger, spread of, 68, 72

Roberts, G. Q., 204, 210

Robertson, J. A. M., 195

Rowe, G. D., 218

Rowe, R. P. P., 75, 113, 218

Rowlocks (fixed and swivel), 23

SADLER, J., 17

Safford, E. A., 190

Salter, Harry, 181

Scales, G. H., 198, 199

Scott, B. G. A., 247

Sculling, 157-177; style in, 158; for-
ward position, 158 ; beginning, 160 ;
swing back, 162 ; finish, 163 ;



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THE COMPLETE OARSMAN



recovery, 165 ; swing forward, 166 ;
length of practice, 167 ; rate of
stroke, 171; starting, 172; spurts,
174; measurements, 175

Sculls, measurements of, 171

Seaman, Owen, 101

Searle, Messrs., 20

Seats, height of in Eight, 68, 72

Selwyn, J. C., 13, 14

Seniors, 260

Shadwell, Rev. Arthur, 27, 97, 102

Shafto, C. D., 194, 196

Shark, The, 8

Shaw, Capt., 12

Sheard, W. F., 102

Shepheard, E., 8

Sherwood, Rev. W. E., 3, 4, 9, II, 16,
20, 22, 27

Shoe-Wae-Cae-Mette, Boat Club, 207

Shoulders, during forward swing, 41 ;
at finish, 52 ; at beginning, 145, 146

Slade, E., 198

Slater, W. L. ("Micky"), 180, 181,
182, 183, 184, 185, 192, 193, 195

Slides, forward, 39, 45, 66 ; during
back swing, 49 ; elementary in-
struction, 64-66 ; length of, 22, 66,

153 .

Smith, J. A. Drake, 181, 198
Smith, S. Le B., 195, 198, 203, 207,

208, 210, 250
Snow, H., 28
Spurts, sculling, 174
Staleness, 107, 129-132
Star, The, 7
Start, false, 265

Starter, 263-264 ; his method, 263
Starting, 87 ; sculling, 172
Stepney, Bishop of, 231
Steward, H. T., 7, 8, 2 in.
Still well, J., 220

Stomach, during forward swing, 42
Stretchers, 69, 144
Stroke, proportions of, 34 ; rate of, 78,

83-84, 85, 112-114; sculling, 171
Stuart, D. C. R., 247
Style, the English, 24-29, 30; the

Belgian, 140-143; New South

Wales, 144-151 ; German, 151 ;

Dutch, 152; French, 152; Harvard

crew (1906), 152-156; in sculling,

158

Sugaring, 89
Swainson, J., II
Swinburne, A. C., 24
Swing, forward, 34, 35, 39, 66 ; last

part, 45 ; back, 49 ; sculling, 162,

1 66



TAPPAN, R. M., 247

Taylor, C. W. H., in, 216

Taylor, M., 16 n., 21, 28

Thames Regatta, The, 19

Thames Rowing Club, 104, 106, 178-
205 ; origin, 1 79 ; methods of train-
ing, 179-205 ; 1874 crew, 184, 193 ;
1876 crew, 178, 184, 195

Third Trinity Boat Club, 215

Thomas, P. H., 216

Thorley, J. T., 28

Thorp, H., 215

Top Hats, if

Tottenham, C. R. W., 102

Training, general, 103-114; physio-
logically, 115-133 ; Thames Rowing
Club, 179-205

Trevor-Jones, H. T., 233

Trinity College, Dublin, 194, 203, 207

Trinity Hall, 212-214

Tristram of Lyonesse, 24

Trower, A., 198, 207, 250

Tub-Pair, 58, 79, 83

Tween, H. B., 204

UMPIRE, duties of, 261-264 ; dis-
qualifications by, 270-273 ; warning
by, 269

Uniformity, 82

VAN DER VAERDEN, RAPHAEL, 140
Vize, G. H., 180, 181, 182, 192

WADHAM COLLEGE, 18

Ward, Ellis, 222

Ward, W. Dudley, 75, 215, 216, 222,

239

Wauchope, D. A., 214

West, George, 12

West, L. R., 201, 210

Westminster School Aquatics, 9

White, Jack, 180

Whitworth, H., 214

Willan, Col. F., 233

William, L. S., 219

Willis, H., 114

Wind, a head, 90 ; a following, 90 ;
a cross, 91

Wingfield Sculls, 274

Woodgate, W. B., 19, 144, 218, 200

Work, how to judge, 89 ; of a crew,
103-114

"Work, "height of, 69

Wrists, off feather, 43, 44 ; at be-
ginning, 46

YALE UNIVERSITY, 221, 240



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Bona (Cardinal). See Library of Devotion.
Boon (P. C.)., B.A. See Commercial Series.
Borrow (George). See Little Library.
Bos (J. Ritzema). AGRICULTURAL

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