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THE BLUEBOOK GOES TO SEA

Aug. 13, 1956
Aug. 13, 1956

Table of Contents
Aug. 13, 1956

Brooklyn's Money Men
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Wonderful World Of Sport
Boating
Horses
Acknowledgments
X-Ray
Sports Of The Presidents
  • From the age of 9 Ulysses S. Grant's passion for horses was excelled only by his genius at breaking, riding and driving the most fractious of them

Mr. Caper
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

THE BLUEBOOK GOES TO SEA

The distinguished burgee off the New York Yacht Club, whose membership list is practically a blue book off sailing, to say nothing off industry and finance, rippled over East Coast waters from Newport to Gloucester last week as an impressive array off 70-odd yachts participated in the club's annual nine-day cruise. At the Captains' Meeting in Newport before the races began (below), members cheered news off the proposed renewal of America's Cup competition

This is an article from the Aug. 13, 1956 issue

Commodore Henry Sears (arms folded, right) describes plans for America's Cup revival in 1958 when competition will be among 12-meter class (70-72 feet) boats.

Commodore G. E. Roosevelt, financier and skipper of Mistress, chats with Mrs. DeCoursey Fales, wife of owner of famed Nina which won division honors.

Commodore Sears (left), partner in Henry Sears & Co. and skipper of sloop Actaea, talks shop with owner of Djinn, Henry S. Morgan, son of late J. P. Morgan.

Commodore DeCoursey Fales (left), banker, lawyer and skipper of Niña, greets John 'Dickerson Jr., Chairman of the New York Club's Race Committee for the cruise.

Cruise race committee includes (from left) Fred B. Dalzell Jr., Julian K. Roosevelt, John S. Dickerson Jr., Willis M. Fanning, E. Jared Bliss Jr., George Lauder.

Host Commodore George E. Warren (center) of Newport welcomes Yachtsmen Cutler Godfrey (left) and Gerald Ford who sailed on Edward T. Rice's Mouette.

Yacht designer John Alden (left) with A. Howard Fuller, president of Fuller Brush Co. and skipper of Gesture, which finished first in Class A on corrected time.

GEORGE E. ROOSEVELT'S SCHOONER "MISTRESS" (LEFT) STARTS HER SHEETS AS SHE ROUNDS WINDWARD MARK IN BUZZARDS BAY REGATT

ATOP MAST, "GOOD NEWS" CREWMAN CLEARS SPINNAKER

EDMUND KELLEYJR.'S "DEPARTURE II" (FOREGROUND) RUNS ON BROAD REACH

ARTHUR B. TICKIE JR.'S "STEEL SYLPH" SETS SPINNAKER TO CATCH BREEZE IN PERFECT SAILING WEATHER

ELEVEN PHOTOSMORRIS ROSENFELDILLUSTRATION