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August 06, 1962
BOATING—WEATHERLY, smartly skippered by Bus Mosbacher, sailed well through a strong southwest wind to win the 24-mile Queen's Cup race from Block Island to Newport, R.I. over four other top 12-meter boats. Easterner finished second, followed by Nefertiti, the Australian-chartered Vim and Columbia. The race, a part of the New York Yacht Club's cruise, has no direct bearing on the contest to choose the defender for the September America's Cup event.
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August 06, 1962

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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DIED: MAX YOUNGER, 75, who in his 30 years as Temple University's gymnastic coach produced 13 championship teams, in Lake Worth, Fla.

DIED: THOMAS SYLVESTER BERRY, 80, harness racing driver who won many stake races, including two Hambletonians, in Lexington, Ky.

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