1951 Harwood Trophy Race
Around Manhattan Island, September 9, 1951

Langmuir Will Race Here
Top Canadian Boat Driver Set for Harwood Test Sunday

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Contestants in the Harwood Trophy race around Manhattan Island on Sunday will include three motorboat drivers who yesterday were named 1951 high-point champions of Canada. The three are Jack Langmuir, Brockville, Ont., with Running Wild II, a Division I 225-cubic-inch craft; Bernard Daoust, Lachene, Quebec, with Canada Maid II, a Division II 225-cubic-inch hydroplane, and George Reynolds, also Brockville, with Hornet, a 135- cubic-inch craft. The thirty-mile race around Manhattan Island is sponsored by the American Inboard Association.

[Reprinted from The New York Times, September 6, 1951]

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