Sport: Off Newport (Cont'd)

When Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith's blue sloop Endeavour won the first two races for the America's Cup last fortnight, it looked as if the $500 trophy which has been in Tiffany's Manhattan vaults since 1857 would presently go back to England, whence it came in 1851. When Harold Stirling Vanderbilt's white Rainbow won the next four, it looked as though the Cup would stay in the U. S. for another year at least. But no one could be sure—not even Skipper Vanderbilt himself. As he finished ahead in that sixth race early...

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