Sport: Yachts

Trip. Passengers on liners bound down the Solent from Southampton caught a glimpse last week of an ugly little sailboat with a short mast, rigged as a ketch, proceeding slowly a little in front of a steam yacht. It was Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock V on her way to the U. S., a trip which under the 1930 rules of competition for the America's Cup she must make on her own bottom. Her delicate racing sails had been replaced by coarse canvas, her mast shortened to almost half its length. In command wasCapt. Ned...

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