Sport: Gold Cup

Greenwich Folly is a wise motor boat. Greenwich Folly keeps going. That was all Greenwich Folly had to do at Greenwich, Conn., to win for the second time the Gold Cup, greatest U. S. speed boat trophy.

In the first heat Baby Water Car of Detroit turned over. In the second Imp of New York hit a buoy. Hotsy Totsy of New York took fire. Greenwich Folly had to average only 48 miles per hour for three 30-mile heats to win.

Speed boat racing is dangerous though not so dangerous as it used to be...

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