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Wilcox High Scorer as Princeton Wins Morss Bowl

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Led by the skillful sailing of Roger Wilcox '42, the Harvard dinghy team made the best showing of the year, when it ended up fourth in the final standing out of sixteen colleges competing for the Morss Bowl in the Basin Saturday and Sunday. Princeton took top honors with an aggregate total of 362 points.

Racing in the M. I. T. dinghies Wilcox was high scorer in his own division with two victories in fifteen starts and finished second in the individual standing.

John H. Page '43, Robert Sherwood '43, Robert A. Cushman '43, and Finn Ferner sp. also represented the Crimson team, which chalked up 343 points to 350 for M. I. T. and 346 for Brown.

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