Sport: At Detroit

Detroiters sat on the cool verandas of their Yacht Club, trained their glasses on a line of snorting speed boats that came plunging down the Detroit River, swept around a wide turn and plunged back upstream on the other leg of an oval course. Toward evening it was announced that Rainbow IV, owned and driven by Harry B. Greening, of Hamilton, Ont., had the best times for three 30-mile heats. Greening was not presented with the American Power Boat Association's Gold Challenge Cup, for which he had raced. A rival pilot protested that...

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