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Michael Cudahy '36 will endeavor to win back the crown he gained for Harvard in 1934, and which now rests in the spinnakers of the Princetonians, tomorrow as he heads a delegation of six Crimson yachtsmen in the annual intercollegiate sailing championships.
Three days of racing for the McMillan Cup, under the suspires of the Pleon Yacht Club, last night found skippers and crews lined up against each other and ready for the gun from Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, Yale, Williams and Harvard.
Cudahy will be at the helm of one boat with Frederick R. Mosely '36 and E. Dwight Fullerton, Jr. '37 on the sheets while F. Stanton Deland '36 will steer the other vessel manned by Ralph Lawson, Jr. '38 and Samuel T. Callaway '36.
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