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Crimson yachtsmen hope to avenge the football team's defeat to Princeton, and to better its tie with Yale, in this weekend's triangular meet at King's Point, New York, Commodore of the Crimson team, John Bishop commented last night that its chances were "very good," particularly against Yale. The squad has beater the Elis in every meet this fall.
Bishop expected tougher opposition from Princeton. "Bud" Foulke is the Tiger's number one sailor, taking first place in the individual Raven Class Championship at last October's Pine Trophy meet.
Bishop, Charlie Hoppin, and Jim Nathanson will skipper for Harvard. Crows will be: George Robertson, Dean Howells, "Butch" Horner, and Ken Kanrich.
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