THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 195TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY
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BRITAIN'S SCEPTRE-top, and Columbia of the United States
cross the starting line in the second race for America's Cup at
Newport, R. L, in which Columbia later routed the British. Both
boats are on starboard tack with wind coming from the lower
right. For Columbia, it was the second straight win.
Columbia Routs Sceptre;"
Lead Cup Series, 2-0
By GUS MILLER
Special te the Daily
NEWPORT, R.I.-The day ended
on a poor note for the British, as
a light southwesterly breeze helped
Columbia sail over and complete
the second race for the America
Sceptre also was out, but was
11:42 minutes late in finishing.
This was by far the worst defeat
handed one boat by another during
Not only is it sad for the British,
but many .Americans, who hoped
Britian would be- able to lift the
Cup are disillusioned and dis-
gusted. The races must be con-
tinued, though, until one yacht
wins four times.
British Seek Windj
So, Columbia will be out tomor-
row to sail the course, while the
British will be looking for more
Once during the race there were
some interesting .moments. In the
most exciting. start yet, Sceptre
just missed a moment of glory.
She had fallen in on Columbia's
stern, going away from the line,
just before the start.
But in coming back, Columbia
slipped away when Sceptre was
slow in covering. And for lack of
five seconds, Sceptre missed having
Columbia dead in her backwind.
Tacking to the first bouy, the
expected happened. When these
two boats go to windward, one of
two things. occurs: 1) Either Scep-
as Columbia, and Columbia goes
tre tries to go as far into the wind
faster, or 2) Sceptre tries to go
as fast, as Columbia Just eats
higher into the breeze.
Here, Sceptre seemed to be bet-
ter off than in any like situation
in previous brushes.
With'two off the wind legs to
go, Madame Horbulot's spinnakers
had yet to fill the horizon.
Columbia, 700 yards in the lead
at the bouy had put up a borrowed
red-topped spinnaker, known as
Little Harry, after navigator Harry
On rounding the second mark,
Sceptre was 8:55 minutes behind
Columbia, who was going like a
race horse under the pull of Little
Harry. It was wondered if Sceptre
would put up a second mast..
Instead she came out with her
latest secret weapon - a light
weight jib, designed by J. Colin
Ratsey, assistant helmsman and
tactician. But it was not enough to
save the ship from defeat.
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