Sport: Plowing

Filling the afternoon air with a droning roar, racing speedboats plowed foamy furrows up and down the Niagara River at Buffalo. Chief plowhand was Commodore Gar Wood of Detroit. Guiding Baby Gar IV, he won three straight 50-mile heats and a leg on the $5,000 Fisher-Allison Gold Cup. Baby Gar IVs average speed for the 150 miles was 42.06 m.p.h. Rainbow, owned by S. B. Eagan of Buffalo, plowed home second; Nick Nack, owned by Humphrey Birge of Buffalo, third. Nick Nack finished second to Baby Gar III in 1922, at Hamilton, Ontario,...

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