Sport: Flying Shingles

Next to winning the 130-mile Albany-to-New York marathon, the most cherished dream of every U. S. outboard motorboat driver is to have U. S. 1 or U. S. 2 painted on his boat. The number U. S. 1 is awarded annually to the amateur outboarder who, during the season, has amassed the largest total of points in regattas sanctioned by the American Power Boat Association. U. S. 2 goes to the highest-scoring professional.*

Last week at the annual meeting of the American Power Boat Association the racing numbers for 1939 were assigned.


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