Sport: Off Newport (Concl.)

Three years ago the America's Cup yacht races off Newport ended with much public confusion over the various fouls, protests and rulings and British Skipper Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith swore he would never race U. S. Skipper Harold Stirling Vanderbilt again. Last week's concluding pair of the four successive British defeats in the 1937 America's Cup series found all hands publicly cheering each other but Skipper Sopwith a little groggy from the spectacular quality of his beating.

After losing the first two races by 17 min. 5 sec. and 18 min. 32 sec....

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