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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY'KBftXtD rtll'RSDAY, JULY 15, Made Time on Last yachts were making poor time- After Was Story of the Race N'EW. YORK, July race-1 A Cloudburst Vivid llghlufcg lUsiu-d ift ihe.sky and the torrential rain drove paJscn- sen; trow the decks excursion boats to Iho cabins Al oil? o'ciOfk falling with'the 'Intensity of cpaimli.ee boat, the ocean tus itositimrsl and visibility at set rington. cama up to Ambrose (0 a im- cable lengths, thus! Ehip and toofe her position at ihp :KSlijng j. dangerous for .the racers' Starting Ita it the j-ai-ht rat-e at rtunld they come i-lose together, oclock She ivaj soon followed uyai Wlth ibis last downpuur came a line of eicurslon emit crowded squall of wind from the west: passengers who liue-d the mils from' stem to slern watching the two Tai- ing sloops as they slid easily through the water seaward in the light breeze. The water was as smooth as a mill pond. Here and there large soft spots were observed, 'evidence of the fitful breeze'.that sbmeliinps blew eight knots in strength and then fcl! away to an "Irishman's hurricane" whuh Is up and down ihe main Tho -witid came in cupfuls out of tho west al IJ.SP o'clock and the sun made a- brave effort tc pieive the eloudr. -At 11.30 the regatta committee hoisted the signal for 3 .southwest by 'south The yachts moved at fair speed.In ihe'infld" winds'as they jocVeyed for positions behind .the line, each 'seeking thV position.' ol tago as the preliminary 'signal was fhen nt a-m. minutes later at 11.55, the warning .signal was given and promptly at 12 o'clock the starting was.sounded. Resolute Leads, in .First Leg Besolule had a lead in the first leg jnl tho.' first 'race Aid tho Shamrock had.'a'frad start-. The. Shamrock bad crossed the. sounded and under the rules was compelled to go about and again cross with the result Lhal the Resolute took the, leading place the Shamrock trailing about 200 yards .Yachtsmen sj'ld Captain Burton had 'inade the worst siarl_they hail ever Men on a.Lipton boat. Forges Ahead Forging ahead on the starboard tack tho yachts carried main sails, slay sails, fore sails and baby jib top sails. Three minutes after crossing the ilne Resolute tacked to port and headed toward, tho Jersey shore, while the 'challenger stood seaward on tho star .hoard tack. Ram Squall Tho rain squall hid the yachts from sishl from shore a few minutes after the start. As the rain ceased falling the liijht.sotithwcslern breeze brought in a milky fog tank'which hid the course- another flatlcntnE but the sea so thnt it bo smooth. pond. The utes and 35 seconds alieacl. caused the yachts to Master hi; ;he sudden Sosie yacotsmenj jeliered. the race niJght; call today's "contest off in view of beeu issued, chargiug him with con- ther conditions, "V I splracy to kidnap Ambrose Small, tho At 1.05 p.m. with both yachts stand-' theatrical magnate. Doughty JOHN DOUGHTY k'or whose .11 warrant ing off shore ou a starboard tack, Resolute was more than half a mile in the lead'anil sliEhtly to windward. The wind breezed up again to sli knots al this point in the race. Six Miles at t.30 1.30 o'clock the sloops bad cov- ered six miles and were a nitle and a half oR ,Tbc wind.'had hauled to the west- ward letting the'yachts up so that they magnate. Small's secretary, and, Ilk? Small, has! been missing since December last. CEN. PILSUDSKI Polish leader, whose forces are re- pcctej to hare been surroundcd'by the 45, Goodhouse -io. Xorthover 15. Utton j 45. Crowe 44, Hawkins H. Martlu 43, Gangster Kdmund 42. TingniBU 42. 600 Yard Scores The scores of'Uio Canadian rock in shore cosl her fully talf a at the SOO'yjfds arid toials for the second stage were: Utlon. 42. aggregate 135; Crowe. 41. yachts passed within, a; the buoy with Shamrock a trifle to leeward; The tack taken by the Sham- nine: At 2.30 p.m. the yachts were making short lacks uboul four miles off Long. Urancu" with Resolute half a milo dead nearly pointed (or the turning mark. 110 windward. The breeze still ;came having, broSen out tlieir baby Jib lop says, both skippers in a hunt for ajbelter breeze look them in again and Woke out larger top sails In their place. The.yachts stood uloiig at an even keel anil there was hardly iiuarlerius wave as they inovcil along the JerEey'coast. It turned out starting Una starting slgnar bauy jib .until about 30 seconds after boat had easily the upfertiand and it __ ._., her halyards parted, tho United States i'shoot off placo. the Shamrock: had done so, but the[ seemed as if only a fallinc United. Stales 'skipper was able to ilar tho break out hia larger jib top sale near- ly a minute, before the British crew could get-theirs up. A Driving Match At' 1.4.3 "p.m. Shamrock went ahout en the port tack and headed in shore while Re-solute continued on the star- board was nothing more than a-drifting match in which both skip- pers'used rrachiiife'iibs to catch the uncertain air. After a lieat- to portT Sham- rock "came: .about: again on the star- hoard tack 'and followed along in th6 wake of Resoldtft which slid .along a bit faster- than challenger. Tho United Slates 'boat slowly but never- thelefn her fead as tho sevcuty-Wbfers sailed down tho coast. i After two hours sailing with ten miles of ;tlje. course .covered, Resolute led Shamrock by half a mtip, In passlngvShrevfEbury buoy, miles' from the start from, tho turn ing' mark, KcEolulc was four mill- Both limit MEN WHOM THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO HONORED could prevent her from taking today's handy fashion. Getting away In smart fashion from the Ambrose channel Ijs'ht vessel where the Lipton sloop ma.de tho blunder of being the Mile at the starting signal, forcing her recross- ing. tho defender increased'her. lead steadily on the Jo-mile beat to wind: ward_ fcvhlch comprised .the. first leg of th'e race. Her crew handled their head sails with great skill and and sho seemed- io have; the advantage on tacts. Leading by..hajf. a mile, Ucsolule's crew, prepared in.round .the mark I when without warning her throat hal- yards snapped. :Down slid the-gait uulil it reached almost the middle of her mast. LiSe a duck wounded in one she kept on around the niark while skipper scut two'men aloft'to repair lheij------- Passes" Crippled Foe The British sloop .v.iiilii had drift- ed with her rival over most pt the course, picked her. heels ai Ihe mark and less than .-three minutes after the turn had been'made, slipped alongside and passed her crippled toe.: Captain Burton, sailing for the rish baronet, made a-wjde sweep In passing the defender to. preclude in n i t. 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