27 Jan 1962 Daily Ind Jnl "Yachting Action Tomorrow for Hardy Winter Seamen"
Yachting Action Tomorrow For Hardy Winter Seamen By AL MATSON The third regatta of the pro rammed five-race series in- ituted by the Metropolitan acht Club, Oakland, provides ie action tomorrow for the ardy devotees of winter rac- The starting line is between committee boat and black JOy No. 1 off the Oakland uter Harbor Channel and the rst contingent. I.C.. Rhodes nd Yankee classes get the titial gun at 12 noon. For the [arin sailor with a yen for a it of action, all classes, includ- ig those in SARA, are eligible ut boats of division status are uct of Stephen Bros., Stockton, and represents the largest boat ever displayed at a boat show, the world over. For the sailor- rnan the same yard will have a 38-foot Farallone Clipper on review. To further pique the interest of ihe sailing buff, the Pearson Corp., Sausalito, will show their Ahlberg 35 befittingly crowmed with a Ratsey & Lapthorn Lapthorn Venturi spinnaker, a vented light sail of interesting design. From all the advance copy, is year’s San Francisco torts and Boat Show will sur- ,ss all previous productions every department; number exhibitors, craft on display, om an eight-foot dinghy to 50-foot deluxe cruisers, etc., c. The luxury item is * prod- FIGHTS LAST NIGHT Bv ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Paulie Armsvead, 135 Los Angeles, outpointed Emilio Flores, 135, San Bernar^Worcester, Bernar^Worcester, Mass. — Gene Tapio 158, New York, stopped Larry Car- 116 V, 159 ^ Lowell, Mass., 8. Philadelphia — Fred Jackson. 137 Chicago, outpointed Lari Owens, 138, Pleasantville, N_J Rochester, Minn. — D.el.£JaR^ gan, 160. St. Paul, outpointed Mel Collins, 156. New York. 10. Sarnia, Ont. — Jackie Richards. 1M._ Uv'onmr.^ch.,^ompomt«l Carl Beaver, 180, Toledo, of