The crews of the seven eights which took part in the 1933 Head of the River Race, outside the boathouse. The person on the far left at the back is Cedric Daniel and his coxswain is most likely Sam Houston. The suited gentleman to the left of the leftmost bay is Freddie Saunders and the gentleman wearing a scarf standing between the bays is Frank Harry. The flat-capped gentleman in the centre of the right-hand bay is John Peters' father, Tom, and the other flat-capped gentleman to his father's left is John's grandfather. The second coxswain from the right, wearing a cap, is Eric Horne (thanks go to his nephew, Tony Townley, for identifying him). Eric died in November 2009, aged 99 years. This photograph featured in the Polytechnic Magazine, April 1933, and identifies the crews as (left to right): 1st Eight, 6th Eight (lightweights), 4th Eight, 3rd Eight, 2nd Eight, 5th Eight, 7th Eight; and in the background, W.F. Pethick (Vice-Captain), F.F. Saunders, H.A. Hansen, F.V. Harry (Captain), T. Peters and F.Peters (boatmen) - as previously mentioned.