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Two dinghy regattas mark the weekend for the Crimson sailors. Today M.I.T. and Harvard compete for the Fowle Trophy in a dual meet, and tomorrow the Crimson dinghy men go to Tufts for the final elimination race in the New England Championship.
M.I.T. is a slight favorite on the Charles today in the six-crew team race for the trophy given in honor of Leonard W. Fowle '06.
Pete Putnam and Commodore Frank Scully will guide the Harvard dinghy in the five-college race on Mystic Lakes tomorrow. M.I.T., Boston University, Bowdoin, and Rhode Island are the other schools competing.
This race is one of the two semi-final eliminations for the championships next month.
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