Sport: Seawanhaka Cup

High, square and weather-beaten on a bluff above the entrance to Oyster Bay, L. I., the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club lacks the austerity of the New York Yacht Club, custodian of the America's Cup, but it has a trophy of its own which, for small-boat sailors the world over, matches the glamor of that famed receptacle. The Seawanhaka Cup, put up for international races in 1895, has been won by Canada, Scotland and Norway. Last week, a fine summer's sailing on Long Island Sound reached its climax at Seawanhaka with a three-out-of-five series in...

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