Sport: Sailing Races

Six-Metre. At Gothenburg, Sweden, six-metre boats of seven nations began a series for the Scandinavian Gold Cup. The first day was so calm that the winner took more than the limit of four hours for the course, and the race had to be sailed over. This time a terrific squall delayed the start. Sweden got the best start; the Dutch boat blanketed the U. S. Ripple and Sweden stayed in front. In the third race the Ripple made a long beat to port while the Swedish yacht was off to starboard, came round the...

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