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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, May 25, 1929, Image 18

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* . IJirWCPHOKK <)9(N) ■ - . m i 1. 1 .) I 1 UWI I ,.i.- l ul l . immm ■ THK DA^LY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS. N. SATURDAY. MAY 25. 1929 ^ fpurrHorw y 200 Marking Forty-First Year of Its Existence, theLarchmont Yacht G WYANDOTTE, lie new Junior Class Club boat owned by Commodore t Henry L. Maxwell ot the i.archmont Yacht Club. This is the inly vessel of its class _ jn the Sound. Oc- ., upants tn boat arc lack Keeshan. Ted \ndcrson and Mau­ ve Darling Moran^ secretary: Benjamin Booth. Vice Commodore J. B. Dunbar. Commodore Henry L. Maxwell, A. G. Keechan. chairman of the Regatta Committee, and Drake H Sparkman. Fleet Captain. THE CRUISER COLLEEN which was sold by Horace Parker of the Larchmont Yacht Club to cx-Commodore Arthur H. Titus of the New Rochelle Yacht Club. The Colleen is 9apablc of making a — speed of fourteen knots per hour. C ommodore H enry L. M axwell Of the Larchmont Yacht Club, who presided at the Flag Raism -rumies last Saturday. /

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