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The “Gimp Pad”

The “Gimp Pad”

Stan Pocock Way Enough, p. 109 I still chuckle when I think of an incident that occurred soon after we left Seattle for our trip East [IRA’s] that year. John...

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Quick Catch Drill

Quick Catch Drill

Stan Pocock Way Enough P.299 The pause before the catch, which we always insisted upon, was designed to eliminate the tendency of some oarsmen to use their rush up the...

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Wrist Splints

Wrist Splints

Stan Pocock Way Enough p. 71 Two of the frosh came into the shop one afternoon, each complaining that his feathering wrist hurt like hell and wondering what to do about...

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Plane Crazy

Plane Crazy

This one’s for our own pilot Ed Kirkpatrick who donated the Riverside to our club and graciously agreed to renaming her the Stan Pocock. Stan Pocock Way Enough p....

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“Hey Mr. Banjo”

“Hey Mr. Banjo”

Stan Pocock Way Enough p. 286 I was resting on the bank of the Seneca River at Syracuse, enjyoying a respite from te h goings on around the boathouse. Far up the creek...

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“The Moriarty Effect”

“The Moriarty Effect”

Stan Pocock Way Enough p. 162-165 I couldnt go along with that style.[pause in the bow, rush up, snatch and grab] …For one, I wanted my crews to initiate the...

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