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Crimson Sailors Qualify For Tournament Finals

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The Crimson sailing team has qualification for the finals of the New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association by taking second place in the dinghy elimination at Dartmouth Sunday.

under adverse wind conditions Lake, the Crimson sailors with 49 points, 8, behind M.I.T. ahead of third-place University of Island.

The finals of the tournament will be held at the Coast Guard Academy May d 13. Six other teams, qualifying two more elimination series, will the finals.

The first two races of Sunday's tournament were "drifters," with practically no wind; but the breeze picked up during the afternoon, and gusts of wind up knots nearly created havoc during the final five races.

Ford, Crimson captain, had two a second, and a third in four races. Farrow, Ford's crew in the opening races, fell from the dock before the start of the final "A" race, banging against several boats and dislocating his shoulder. He will be out of action for three weeks.

Lehmann and Mike Horn both in four "B" division races, but were hampered by the erratic winds. In the third race, a gust of wind caught Horn's boat, causing the starboard shroud to let go and forcing the mast off to leeward. Horn had managed a fine start and was leading the fleet, but the point system gave him only a fourth place.

The entire regatta was marred by breakdowns. One boat capsized, and a rudder, a centerboard, and a traveler were put out of commission. Horn's wrecked mast was the only Crimson casualty.

The finals of the tournament will be held at the Coast Guard Academy May d 13. Six other teams, qualifying two more elimination series, will the finals.

The first two races of Sunday's tournament were "drifters," with practically no wind; but the breeze picked up during the afternoon, and gusts of wind up knots nearly created havoc during the final five races.

Ford, Crimson captain, had two a second, and a third in four races. Farrow, Ford's crew in the opening races, fell from the dock before the start of the final "A" race, banging against several boats and dislocating his shoulder. He will be out of action for three weeks.

Lehmann and Mike Horn both in four "B" division races, but were hampered by the erratic winds. In the third race, a gust of wind caught Horn's boat, causing the starboard shroud to let go and forcing the mast off to leeward. Horn had managed a fine start and was leading the fleet, but the point system gave him only a fourth place.

The entire regatta was marred by breakdowns. One boat capsized, and a rudder, a centerboard, and a traveler were put out of commission. Horn's wrecked mast was the only Crimson casualty.

The first two races of Sunday's tournament were "drifters," with practically no wind; but the breeze picked up during the afternoon, and gusts of wind up knots nearly created havoc during the final five races.

Ford, Crimson captain, had two a second, and a third in four races. Farrow, Ford's crew in the opening races, fell from the dock before the start of the final "A" race, banging against several boats and dislocating his shoulder. He will be out of action for three weeks.

Lehmann and Mike Horn both in four "B" division races, but were hampered by the erratic winds. In the third race, a gust of wind caught Horn's boat, causing the starboard shroud to let go and forcing the mast off to leeward. Horn had managed a fine start and was leading the fleet, but the point system gave him only a fourth place.

The entire regatta was marred by breakdowns. One boat capsized, and a rudder, a centerboard, and a traveler were put out of commission. Horn's wrecked mast was the only Crimson casualty.

Ford, Crimson captain, had two a second, and a third in four races. Farrow, Ford's crew in the opening races, fell from the dock before the start of the final "A" race, banging against several boats and dislocating his shoulder. He will be out of action for three weeks.

Lehmann and Mike Horn both in four "B" division races, but were hampered by the erratic winds. In the third race, a gust of wind caught Horn's boat, causing the starboard shroud to let go and forcing the mast off to leeward. Horn had managed a fine start and was leading the fleet, but the point system gave him only a fourth place.

The entire regatta was marred by breakdowns. One boat capsized, and a rudder, a centerboard, and a traveler were put out of commission. Horn's wrecked mast was the only Crimson casualty.

Lehmann and Mike Horn both in four "B" division races, but were hampered by the erratic winds. In the third race, a gust of wind caught Horn's boat, causing the starboard shroud to let go and forcing the mast off to leeward. Horn had managed a fine start and was leading the fleet, but the point system gave him only a fourth place.

The entire regatta was marred by breakdowns. One boat capsized, and a rudder, a centerboard, and a traveler were put out of commission. Horn's wrecked mast was the only Crimson casualty.

The entire regatta was marred by breakdowns. One boat capsized, and a rudder, a centerboard, and a traveler were put out of commission. Horn's wrecked mast was the only Crimson casualty.

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