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Frost-Bite Regatta Sunday Includes Ten College Crews

Crimson Will Enter Two Boats as M.I.T. Plays Host in Charles River Basin


Harvard's Yacht Club, Edward D. Fullerton, Jr. '37, Commodore, unfuris its sails in a Frost-bite Regatta with ten other college crows in the Charles River Basin at one o'clock Sunday. Edward B. Hutton '39, will tend the sheets in Fullerton's dinghy, while Chandler Hovey, Jr. '39, and James A. Rousmaniere '40, of local and Long Island Sound fame respectively, man a second boat.

Five or six races will be sailed during the course of the afternoon. Other skippers and crews will represent, among the full ten colleges, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Williams, Cornell, Brown, and the host yachtsmen of M. I. T.

Growing steadily in popularity both in New England and New York waters, Frost-bite racing bids fair to become a fixture among Harvard nautical men. Already this year the Crimson has been in competition with M. I. T., and a week from Sunday is scheduling a four-boat team race with Williams. Sailing will probably continue until the ice sets in.

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