There are three Town-boys in the Sixth. F. Lucas – July 2nd Pownall Oliver J F Lucas Prin. Opp.
The Wooden and Wire racquets were both won by Harrison, but of course he could only take one, as he chose the Wooden. Williams took the Wire. J F Lucas Prin. Opp.
Shrove Tuesday was a most eventful day for the “College Cook”. Mon QS having brought up the hour the fellows proceeded to get places for the “Grease”. The cook came threw & missed. Then from the fellows’ hands books went, nor did they miss. The cook in a rage threw his pan into the crowd…
To account for the absence of the “Harrow” & Eton matches, this year, I must record that Scott would not allow the fellows in the “Play” to play football after a certain day – before which day it was impossible to play them.
The Play this year was Ter. Phormio, & all the parts were remarkably well sustained. J F Lucas Prin. Opp.
The T. B. & QS. match- Came off in the Play Half this year & resulted after an exciting game in favour of the QS. Harrison having taken a long shot, was aided by a tremendous wind and managed to send the ball just below the string. J F Lucas Prin. Opp.
The Charterhouse Football Match was decided in favour of Westminster two goals to one. Westminster had the strongest team by far: but Charterhouse having placed 3 men in goals it was almost impossible to obtain one. J F Lucas Prin. Opp.
Eton and Westminster Boat Race crews – Westminster Eton st..lbs …