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Yale-Harvard Yacht Race.

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The dispute concerning the classification of the Yacht Christine, owned by C. A. Liller, Yale '95, has been settled. Harvard claimed that the Christine was not entitled to sail in the class she had entered, and therefore the five points she won could not be counted. The matter was referred to Mr. George B. Richards of Boston. He has recently decided in favor of Yale, and the points remain as before, Yale, 21; Harvard, 16.

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