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Leading the surge today are the Stewards who have typographical errors in the printed programme and have had to add in an erratum. This would seem to be a world first.
Rumour has it that ‘bla ‘bla was responsible – a bawling out followed:
- Ortner BC crashed into the barrier at 2.45
- Putney Town hit the island
- Nihon University Japan tried to get onto the stake boats for the race ahead of their own
- Hertford College Oxford complained about the location of their rack (the bottom of the pile) and were told “the good news is you have a rack; the bad news is others haven’t”. A clear case of “Do you ***know who I am?” come-uppance!
there have been some ‘variations’ in foreign name pronounciation: Algemene Groningen Studenten Roeivereeniging Gyas, Holland were variously referred to as Gai-as; Gay-us; Gaees and Gay-yus until the finish line when the commentator valiantly used the full club name.