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Washington proves a great eight

Crews in the collegiate women's eights make their way under the JFK Bridge on the Charles River. The Williams College Boat Club won the race in 17:11.649. Crews in the collegiate women's eights make their way under the JFK Bridge on the Charles River. The Williams College Boat Club won the race in 17:11.649. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / October 20, 2008

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These are the unsunniest of days in Seattle. The Mariners are the worst team in the American League. The Seahawks are at the bottom of the NFC West. The Sonics have jetted off to Oklahoma City to cavort among the tumbleweeds. And Washington's winless football team took a three-touchdown beatdown from Oregon State Saturday. (Full article: 792 words)

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