Among the crew members
on hand for the 1948 Larchmont Race Week competition were, from left
to right: Margaret Hornidge, Pat Gullette, Wilma Bell, Betsy Parker,
Sandra Woodworth and Jane Clark. (Newspaper clipping from the collection
of Ann Franklin Beach)
Star sailors on Long Island Sound have a long history of sailing with
mixed doubles teams beginning in the first year of 1911 when "Mom"
Corry was a frequent crew for "Pop" Corry. The most famous
of these teams was that of Skip
and Mary Etchells, but several others come to mind, for example
Art and Nancy Deacon. No records are available to show who these women
crewed for at the Larchmont Race Week. However, in 1945 Wilma Bell crewed
for Arthur Knapp at the Noroton Race Week (now called the Arms-White
Regatta) and won the White Trophy. Sandra Woodworth was married to Douglas
Campbell, Life Member # 4.