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Harvard's B- division skipper, sophomore Oivind Lorentzen, was the low point skipper with two firsts to help the Crimson to a victory over Northeastern and Franklin Pierce in a minor regatta Saturday in Rendge, N. H.

Steve Glovinsky earned a first and a second in the A- division Saturday to complete the win. The next day, Harvard was third in the competition at the University of Connecticut, where another minor regatta was held.

In a weekend regatta November 8 and 9, the Crimson sailors finished third in a 12-team field. M. I. T., the winner, hosted the event, the NEISA Fall Intersectional for the Schell Trophy, Harvard, with 120 points, was only one point behind the University of Rhode Island.

Coast Guard Fourth

Coast Guard and Brown were fourth and fifth, with point totals barely greater than Harvard's. Skippering the Crimson to their narrow advantage over those two teams were Jeff Storer. Abbott Reeve, and Joe Worth.

The field for the two-day event was made up of qualifiers from competition earlier in the fall.

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