Sport: Who Won, Aug. 3, 1942

White Cloud, a 60-ft. cutter owned by Detroit's Charles E. Sorensen: the 35th annual Chicago-to-Mackinac yacht race, world's longest fresh-water race; in her first try; outsailing 24 other Class A cruising entries and finishing eleven hours ahead of her nearest rival. A recent refugee from East Coast racing, White Cloud made the 331 miles (steamer route) in 38 hr. 14 min. 5 sec., fastest time since 1911. Absent from the helm was Owner Sorensen, Ford's production chief, too busy to take three days off even for his favorite pastime.

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