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M.I.T., PRINCETON, AND WIND UNITE TO DEFEAT YACHTSMEN

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Crimson yachtsmen were unable to cope with the high wind on the Charles River Basin yesterday, and were forced to be content with third place behind M.I.T. and Princeton in the Quadrangular Regatta for the Jack Wood Trophy.

The wind was so great that only three races could be run, and the fourth and fifth had to be called off. In those three races M.I.T. scored 57 points, Princeton 42, Harvard 37, and the combined Brown and Dartmouth team 31.

The Harvard crews, in order of finishing, were John Page '43 and Bill Apthorp '43, Dave Noyes '44 and Bill Abbott '44, and Robert Scidman '41 and Robert Sherwood '43. This was the first running of the Regatta, which is to be an annual event.

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