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Eligibility of large proportions of people

The same discussion arises every few years over a different group of people:

  • Said Business School
  • OXILP
  • Post-docs

 

"We don't have a cox or enough rowers for our first boat"

Bikes on the towpath

http://www.ourcs.org.uk/forums/G/8165 - Anu:

Ever since a member of the public complained to the Proctors about being hit by a cyclist during Eights some years back we've had...
  1. University marshals doing the stewarding, which didn't work, so followed by ...
  2. Every college being required to supply stewards, which didn't work, so followed by ...
  3. OURCs employing a security firm (yes, real "bouncers") to provide the stewarding, which didn't work, so followed by ...
  4. The University employing graduate students to perform the stewarding, which didn't work, so followed by ...
  5. The current system of no bikes on Saturday. Which actually does work.

Trust me, it's better than any of the alternatives.

The "Semi-Overbump"

Some old discussion on the extremely rare case where C is chasing B who is chasing A. B is on the other side of the river to the other boats. There is overlap but no row-past. C manages to bump A. What should happen? http://www.ourcs.org.uk/forums/G/8293

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