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Governors.
War Relic..

9 1:51
Flash.

Ampitheater 5% 1:06 1-5 New Engl. Oaks Imperatrice.

8% 1:45 3-5 Adirondack Romping Home.. 1:13 3-5 King Philip Honey Cloud 842 1:46 Albany

Anytlme

1:13 Thornton Mem Watch Over.

6 1:11 3-5 Sanford.

Devil Diver.

1:12 4-5 Blackstone Valley. Sweet Willow.. 6 1:11 4-5 Wilson...

Parasang

1:38 4-5 Old Colony Contradiction.. 6 1:12 3-5 Saratoga Hdcp. Haltal.

10 2:05 4-5 Rhode Island.. The Finest

9 1:52 1-5 Merchants and Spring Hdcp. Sweet Willow 6 1:11 4-5 Citizens.

Fenelon

gy, 1:38 4-5 Bristol Allegro..

6
1:12 4-5 Whitney...

Fepelen..

10 2:06 2-5 Roger Williams. Topee. 814 1:45 4-5 Saratoga Supl. Invader.

20 15:09 Pawtucket Hdcp.. Dawn Attack 6 1:11 2-5 Jeanne D'Arc.. Bingo Bridget. 6 1:12 2-5

SUFFOLK DOWNS Mary Dyer.. Jessie Gladys. 84 1:45

(Boston, Mass.) OAKLAND PARK

Paul Revere. Third Covey. 84 11:44 3-5 (Hot Springs, Ark.)

Yankee
Our Boots,

91:56 3-5 Arkansas Derby. He Rolls...... .19 11:52 3-5 Constitution. Blue Pair..

8 1:37 1-5 PIMLICO

Bunker HII. Third Covey. 8 1:38 4-5 (Baltimore, Md.)

Puritan
Rough Pass.

9 1:51 Dixie Haltal

9% 11:58 2-5
Commonwealth
Cape Cod.

0 1:10 Ritchie. Overdrawn.

6 1:11 1-5

Hannah Dustin. Fairy Chant. 8 1:46
Jennings
Handy Tom

6
1:17 2-5 Plymouth Rock.

6
Liberty Frane.

1:11 2-5 Manly Stpl. Corrigan

20 4:58 4-5
Governors...
Air Brigade..

8 1:42 2-5
Bowie.
Market Wise. 13 2:43 1-5
Massachusetts. War Relie.

9 1:48 3-5 Exterdinator, Filistco.

16+
3:30 4-5
Mayflower
Alsab

559 1:05 1-5 Southern Hdcp. Ringie.

8% 11:48 1-5

Tomasello... Sweet Willow 6 1:10 2-5
Betsy Ross, Light Lady

5 0:59 2-5 ROCKINGHAM PARK

Myles Standish Eternal Bull.

5 0:58 3-5 (Salem, N. H.) Rockingham Park

TANFORAN
Hdcp.
Market Wise. 9 1:50 2-5

San Bruno, Calif.
Granite State.. Tragic End.

84 1:44 Raceland.. Red Vulcan.. 6 11:11 4-5 Marchbank ......

..Marriage.... | 9 11:49 SANTA ANITA

TROPICAL PARK (Acadia, Calif.)

(Miami, Fla.) Calit. Breeders... Yankee Dandy. 8 1:41 1-5 New Years Mloland.. 1:39 3-5 Royal Palm Hdcp. (Robert L...

8 + 1:42 3-5 Santa Maria. Phar Rong. San Pasqual Mioland

1:51 3-5 Santa Susanna.. Cute Trick

1:23 3-5

UNITED HUNTS
San Felipe
Bull Reigh.

1:24

(Belmont Park, N. Y.) Santa Maragita. Omelet.

844 1:47 1-5 Temple San Vicente. Good Turn.

1:38 1-5 Gwathmey Supl. (Parma........ 120 4:57 1-5 San Carlos.. General Manager. 1:24 2-5 San Antonio.. Mioland..

89 1:45 2-5

WASHINGTON PARK San Juan

(Homewood, III.) Capistrano. Mioland..

12 2:29 1-5 Santa Catalina. Sweepida..

84 1:48
Prairie States.. Alsab

6 11:12 *Santa Barbara... Chiquita

3 0:33 4-5 Beverly

Montsin..

9 1:50 4-5 *Santa Barbara... Black Ralder 3 0:33 2-5

Washington Park Allled Charities.. Painted Veil. 872 1:44 3-5 Futurity

Alsab

6 1:11 Lucien Lyne. Betty's Bob

22 3:54 1-5 * Run In two divisions.

Sheridan Hdcp
Misty Isle.

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Highest Daily Double Payoffs

Bowie....

Amount*
Horses

Track

Date $10,772.40 Joy Bet-Merry Caroline.

Washington Park,

8-1439 8,498,35 Winifred Ann-Tabson,

Thornclinte Park..

9-17-32 7,205,40 Wanoah-Arakay

Tropical Park.

3-18-35 6.754.50 Charles F.-James Boy

11-16-38 5,507.70 Forest Do-Sun Monia.

Delaware Park,

7- 441 4,897.80 Billy Skilful-All Sweep..

Ak-Sar-Ben

7- 2-40 4,465.80 Lady Pal-Willie Klein.

Coney Island,

9-28-34 4,429.80 Clear the Way-Lillian C.

Ak-Sár-Ben.

5-30-40 4,330.92 J. George-Lilac Bloom..

Fairmount Park.

9-22-32 3.581.00 Humble Issue-Ethelmont.

Hawthorne..

9-29-37 3,408.30 Whats Todo-Alamode,

Ak-Sar-Ben.

7-31-41 3,320.40 Early Spring-Javert..

Pimlico.

11-12-41 3.318.90 Morden-Theron.

Detroit.

9-26-33 3,289.40 Dilwin-Petard

Suffolk Downs.

7-20-36 *The amount returned is based on a $2 bet on the daily double, a combination of two races, usually the first and second or the first and third.

Edward J. Neil Memorial Trophy The Edward J. Neil Memorial Trophy was boxing in the preceding year. The 1939 award was awarded to Jack Dempsey, former heavyweight voted to Billy Conn, light-heavyweight champion. champion of the worid, for 1938, by the New York The 1940 award went to Henry Armstrong, former Boxing Writers' Association (Jan. 18. 1939). world eatherweight, lightweight and welterweight Dempsey is the first recipient of the trophy given champion. The 1941 award went to Joe Louts. annually to the one who has done the most for world heavyweight champion.

World's Best Horse Racing (Running) Records
These records are as of approximately November 1, 1940

Age Weight
Distance

Horse
Y s. Lbs. Time

Date

Track Miles Furl'gs

Min. Sec. 3-8 Atoka

6 105 33 1-2 1906, Sept. 7 Butte, Mont. 3 1-2 Joe Blair

U5 39 1916. Feb. 5 Juarez, Mex. 1-2 Double Call.

116 46 1940, March 12 Miami, Fla. 4 1-2 Hoyle

105 52

1908,

16 Aqueduct, N. Y. 5-8 Pan Zareta.

120

57 1-5 1915, Feb. 10 Juarez, Mex. 5 1-2 tron Masa..

150 1 03 2-5 1914, March & Juarez, Mex. 13-4 Kingston.

139 1 08 1891. June 22 Sheepshead Bay, NY. *3-4 Broken Tendrii

123 1 06 1-5 1929, Aug. 6 Brighton, England 3-4 Clang

110 1 09 1-5 1935, Oct. 112 Coney Isl., Cinn. 6 1- 4 Montanic

109 1 15 4-5 1901 July 20 Wash.Pk. Chic. 0 1-2 Snark

109 1 15 4-5 1937. Feb 9 Miami, Fla. 7-9 Roseben

120 1 22 1906, Oct. 16 Belmont Park, N. Y. 7-8 Clans

105 1 22 1935, July 19 Arlington Hghts. 7 1-2 High Cloud

118 1 30 1922, May 122 Churchill Downs Romer.

110 1 34 4-5 1918, Aug. 21 Saratoga, N, Y. 1 Equipolse

128 1 34 2-5 1932, June 30 Arlington Park, Hunols 1 70 yds. Chasar

104 1 40 3-5 1935, Sept 14 Coney Isl. Cinn. 1 70 yds. Mike Hall.

103 1 40 3-5 1927, Oct. 20 Latonia 1 1-16 Top Row

109 142 1934, Dec. San Mateo. Calit. 1 1-8 Indian Broom

94 1 47 3-5 1936, April 11 San Bruno, Calil. 1 3-16 Challedon

120 1 54 3-5 1939, Oct.. 10 Lexington, Ky. 1 1-4 Whisk Broon 11

139 2 00 1913, June 28 Belmont Park, N. Y. 1 1-4 Top Gallant

126 2 00 1923, May 16 Newmarket, England. 1 1-4 Hark Forrard

75 2 00

1923, Aug 8 Brighton, England. 15-16 Ballot

126 2 09 3-5 1908, July 1 Sheepshead Bay, N. Y 1 3-8 Man o' War.

126 2 14 1-5 1920, June 12 Belmont Park, NY 1 1-2 The Bastard

124

2 23 1929. Oct. 18 Newmarket, England 1 1-2 Sorteado.

112 2 28 2-5 1939, Sept 23 Belmont Park, N. Y. 1 5-8 Man o' War.

126 2 40 4-5 1920. Sept. 4 Belmont Park, N. Y 1 3-4 Chilhowee.

126 2 54 3-5 1924, Oct. 18 Latonia, Ky. Buen Ojo

133 252 3-5 1922, Jan. 8 Montevideo, Uruguay 1 7-8 Bold Courier

116 3 15 2-5 1937, Aug. 8 Agua Caliente, Mex. Polazal

3 15 1924, July 8 Salisbury, England Pradella

116 3 19 2-5 1906, June 19 Ascot, England. Market Wise.

114

3 20 4-5 1941, Sept. 27 Belmont Park, N. Y. 2 1-16 War Whood

96 3 34 1-4 1905. Sept. 23 Toronto. Can. Primrose Day

106 3 34 1936, Aug. 30 Seattle, Wash. 2 1-8 Centurion

3 35 1923, Sept. 28 Newbury, England. 2 1-8 Joe Murphy

99

3 42 1894, Aug. 30 Chicago, m. 2 1-4 Fenelon

119 3 47 1941, Oct. 4 Belmont Park, N. Y. 2 3-8 Wiki Jack

91 4 15 1925, Feb. 8 Tijuana, Mex. 2 1-2 Golden Myth

129 4 16 3-5 1922. June 5 Ascot, England. 2 1-2 Big Ed

114 4 22 1940, Feb. 23 Arcadia, Calit. 5-8 Worthian.

101 4 51 2-5 1925. Feb. 22 Tijuana, Mex. 3-4 Shot Put.

126 4 48 4-5 1940, Aug. 14 Washington Pk., Chicago Bosh

100 5 13 1925, March 8 Tijuana, Mex.
Farragut.

113
5 15

Agua Caliente, Mex.
Lucretia Borgia

85

711 1897. May 20 Oakland, Cal. Isotemia...

119 7 10 4-5 1912, Oct. 7) Louisville, Ky. *Made on down-hill course. **Against time. tOver old Futurity course at Sheepshead Bay, 170 feet less than 34 mile.

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Galley Slave 1-2

Young Martin, 1-2

Gloaming 4 1-2 Preceptor.

Orissa 5-8

Devineress. 5-8

Pen Rose 5 1-2 Plater. 3-4

Artful 6 1-2 Porter's Mite. 7-8

First Edition 7-8

Paris.
Keppeltone.
Splonetta..
Hermos.

Salvator 1-4

Banquet.

Pds.
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118
115
127
112
119
103
110
107
130
119
126
110
122
103

99
110
108

Min. Sec.

21 1-4 1890. Aug.
32 4-5 19.38, Jan.
45 1-5 1924, April
45 1921, Jan.
51 1908. May
51 1928. June
54 3-5 1933. June

55 3-5 1918, Sept.
1 02 2-5 1902, Oct.
108 1904 Oct,
1 14 2-5 1938, Sept.
1 20 1926, May
1 22 2-5 1914, Sept.
1 32 4-5 1925, June
1 32 4-5 1927. Aug.
132 4-5 !1927, Aug.
1 35 1-2 1890, Aug.
2 03 3-4 (1890, July

20 Rutte. Mont.
27 Arcadia, Cal.
28 Belmont Park, N. Y.
12 Wellington, N. Zeal,
19 Belmont Park, N. Y.
4 Belmont Park, N. Y.
2 Epsom, England.
12 Belmont Park, N. Y.
21 Morris Park, N. Y.
15 Morris Park, N. Y.
17 Belmont Park, N. Y.
25 Hurst Park, England.
12 Belmont Park, N. Y.
25 Brighton, England.
4 Brighton, England.
4 Brighton, England.
28 Monmouth Park, N. J.
17 Monmouth Park, N. J.

Leading American Jockeys (Excluding Steeplechases)

205

Yr. Jockey M'ts. Won Yr. Jockey M'ts. Won Yr. Jockey M'ts. Won 1913.. M. Buxton 887 146 1923. . I. Parke.

718 173 1933. . J. West rope.. 1.224 301 1914.. T. McTaggart. 7871 157

1924. I. Parke.

844

1934. . M. Peters.. 1.045 221 1915. M. Garner

775 151 1925.. A. Mortensen 987 187 1935. C. Stevenson. 1,099 206 1916. F. Robinson 791 178 1926.. R. Jones.

1,172 190 1936. B. James. 1.106 245 1917.. W. Crump

803 151 1927. L. Hardy. 1.130 207 1937.. J. Adams. 1,265 260 1918. F. Robinson..

864 185

1928.Jinzelone. 1,052 155 1938.. J. Adams. 1.129 216 1919. C Robinson. 896 199 1929. M. Knight. 871 149 1939 J Londen

990 211 1920. .J. Butwell. 721 152 1930. H. R. Riley 861 177 1940 Earl Dew. 1,377 28 1921..C. Lang.

696 135 1931. . H. Roble. 1,174 173 * 1941. D. Meade 1,064 18 1922. M Fator

859

188 1932..IJ. Gilbert. 1,050, 212 •To approximately Nov. 1. Dew, 19 years old, was killed (Feb. 2, 1941) in a fall at Agua Caliente, Mexico.

Trotting and Pacing Records Source: Roger Duncan, Executive Vice-Pres., United States Trotting Assn., Hartford, Conn.

TROTTING RECORDS 12 mile, Temple Harvester, Aurora, ill., Aug. 5, second and fourth heats, Spencer Scott vinner of 1925, 5812

first heat, Earl's Moody Guy, winner of third 12 mile in a race over half-mile track, Daylee, heat, Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1941, 2:0016, 1-5912. Freehold, N. J., Aug. 30, 1941, 1:00.

2:02, 2:03. 1 mile (world's record), Greyhound,* Lexington, Fastest four heats by three-year-olds over halfKy., Sept. 29, 1938, 1:55'4.

mile track, Merwyna, winner of third and fourth 1 mile, in a race, Greyhound, Springfield, Ill., heats, Lucy Hanover, winner of second hea! Aug. 21, 1936, 1:5714.

Perpetual, winner of first heat, Delaware, O., Sept 1 mile on half-mile track, gelding, Greyhound*, 19, 1941, 2:08. 2:05 14. 2:05?2, 2:0712. Goshen, N. Y., July 16, 1937, 1.5934.

Fastest dead heat on half-mile track, Bagpiper I mile by a stallion, Spencer Scott , Lexington, and Symbol Gantle, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. Ky.. Sept. 24, 1941, 1:5714.

July 11, 1941, 2:0612. 1 mile by å stallion, 15 mile track, Dean Han

112 miles, Greyhound*, Indianapolis, Ind., Sept over,* Reading, Pa., Oct. 15, 1939, 2:0224.

14, 1937. 3.02'2. 1 mile driven by a woman on hali-mile track, 2 miles, Greyhound*, Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 19, Dale Hanover, (Mrs. E. R. Harriman), Middle- 1939, 4:06. town, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1941, 2:05'4.

2 miles on half-mile track, Peter Manning. BirTwo-year-old gelding. Reynolda, Lexington, Ky., mingham, Ala., Oct. 23, 1925, 4:23. Oct. 3, 1933, 2.0412.

3 miles, Lee Stout*, Trumansburg, N. Y., Oet. 7. Three-year-old stallion, Dean Hanover, Lexing- 1939, 6:1914

2 ton, Ky., Sept. 24, 1937, 1:5812.

3 miles in race, Fairy Wood, Minneapolis, Minn.. Three-year-old gelding, Greyhound, Springfield, July 1, 1895, 7:1612. III., Aug. 21, 1935, 2:00.

4 miles, Bertie R., Blackpool, Englandi. Sept. Four-year-old stallion, Dean Hanover, *Lexing- 11, 1899, 9:58. ton, Ky., Sept. 25, 1938, 1:58!2.

4 miles, Senator L., San Jose, Cal., (reg.), Nov. Four-year-old gelding Greyhound, Springfield, 2, 1894. 10:12. Ill., Aug. 21, 1936, 1.5714.

5 miles in race, half-mile track, Imogene Con. One mile by a mare, Rosalind, Lexington, Ky., stantine, Quebec, Canada, Sept. 29, 1919. 12:03 Oct. 4, 1938, 1:5634.

10 miles, Pascal*, New York, N. Y. (reg.), Nov. 1 mile by a yearling, Airdale, Lexington, Ky.. 2, 1893, 26.15. Oct. 2, 1912, 2.1534.

10 miles in race, Controller, San Francisco, Cal 1 mile, by a two-year-old, Hanover's Bertha, (reg.), Nov. 23, 1878, 27:23!4. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 15, 1929, 2.02. Lawrence Han- 20 miles, Capt. McGowan, Boston, Mass. (reg.). over, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 11, 1934, 2.02.

Oct. 31, 1865, 58:25. 1 mile, by a three-year-old (driven by Alma 30 miles, Gen. Taylor*, San Francisco, Cal. Sheppard, eleven years old), Dean Hanover, Lex- Feb. 21, 1857, 1.47.59. ington, Ky., Sept. 24, 1937, 1.582.

50 miles, Ariel*, Albany, N. Y., May 5, 1846. 1 mile, by a five-year-old, Greyhound, Lexington, 3:55:1012, Ky., Sept. 28, 1937, 1:56.

100 miles, Conqueror*, Centerville, L. L. Nov. 1 mile, by a six-year-old, Greyhound, Lexing- 12, 1853, 8:58:53. ton, Ky., Sept. 29, 1938, 1:5514.

Trotting records by a team, Greyhound and 1 mile, to high-wheel sulky, Lou Dillon*, Cleve- Rosalind®, Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 5, 1939, 1:58!. land, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1903, 2:05.

By, a tandem team, John R. McElwyn and I mile, to high-wheel sulky on hall-mile track, Hollyrood Harrier, Rutland, Vt., Sept. 7, 1936. Peter Billiken®, Goshen, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1914, 2:1914. 2:1414.

Three abreast: Hollyrood Boris, Calumet Du1 mile, Under Saddle, Greyhound*, Lexington, buque, MacAubrey, Goshen, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1937, Ky., Sept. 27, 1940, 2.013..

2:1012 Fastest two heats, Nibble Hanover, Old Orchard Four in hand, Damania, Belnut, Maud, and Beach, Me., July 24, 1941, 1:5934. 1:59.

Mustapha, Chicago, Ill., July 4, 1896, 2:30. Fastest two heats on half-mile track, Spencer Four in hand to coach, Arthur Mower, Capital Scott, Delaware, Ohio, Sept. 18, 1941, 2:0212, 2:04?*. Stock, John R. McElwyn and Hollyrood Harrier.

Fastest two heats by iwo-year-old on half-mile Suffolk Downs, Mass., Oct. 12, 1936, 2:46'2. track, Cannon Ball, Delaware, O., Sept. 17. 1941, Trotting record with running mate, 1 mile, 2:09, 2:0724

against time, Uhlan*, Lexington, Ky.. Oct. 9. 1913, Fastest three heats, Greyhound, Goshen, N. Y., 1:5412 Aug 13, 1936, 2:01, 2:0014, 2:00; Rosalind, Lexing- Double gaited horse, Calumet Evelyn, Lexington, ington, Ky., Sept. 30, 1937, 2:02, 2:00, 1:5914. Ky., Sept. 21, 1935, 1:5994 (p), Lexington, Ky. Fastest four heats, Nibble Hanover, winner of Oct. 2. 1936, 1:592 (tr).

PACING RECORDS 14, mile, Directum I*, Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1 mile, two-year-old colt, Calumet Cheater. Lex1916. .557.

ington, Ky., Oct. 2. 1931, 2.0034. 1 mile, Billy Direct, *Lexington, Ky., Sept. 28. I mile by two-year-old colt, in race, His Majesty. 1938, 1:55.

Indianapolis, Sept. 7, 1932, 2:02. 1 mile, by & stallion, Billy Direct, *Lexington, 1 mile, by three-year-old colt, in race, Billy DiKy., Sept. 28, 1938, 1:55.

rect, Lexington, Ky, Sept. 29, 1937, 1.58. 1 mile by a mare, Her Ladyship, *Indianapolis, I mile by three-year-old gelding, Little Pat, LesInd., Sept. 17, 1938, 1:5742.

ington, Ky, Oct. 2, 1936, 1.593. 1 mile, by a gelding, Prince Alertt, New York,

Fastest two heats, Directum I, Columbus, Ohio, N. Y., Sept. 23. 1903, 1:57.

Oct. 2, 1914, 1:58, 2:00. 1 mile, driven by a lady, Highland Scott (Mrs.

Fastest two heats by two-year-old filly on hallE. R. Harriman), Goshen, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1929,

mile track, Yellow Blossom, Hamburg. N. Y.. 1:5914. 1 mile, in a race, Directum I., Columbus, Ohio,

Aug. 21, 1941, 2:0912. 2:06!2. Sept. 30, 1914, 1:58. Billy Direct, Lexington, Ky.,

Fastest two heats by two-year-old colt on half

mile track, Court Jester, Delaware, O., Sept. 18, Sept. 29, 1937, 1:58. i mile, half-mile track, in race, Single G.. Des

1941, 2:0714. 2:07. Moines, Iowa, Aug. 26, 1918, and Winnipeg, Louis- Fastest three heats, Her Ladyship, Syracuse, ville, Ky., Sept. 12, 1928; and May E. Grattan, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1938, 1:5814, 1:58: 1:59. Raleigh, N. C., Oct. 17, 1930, 2:01.

192 miles, Little Pat, Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 9. 1 mile, half mile track, Billy Direct®, Altamont, 1937, 3:12. N. Y., Oct. 18, 1939, 1:59.

1 mile, four-year-old mare, Calumet Evelyn, Lex1 mile, yearling filly, Royal Lady, Indianapolis, ington, Ky., Sept. 21, 1935, 1:5914. Ind., Oct. 20, 1939, 2:14'4.

i mile, four-year-old stallion, Billy Direct, i mile, two-year Ally, Ann Vonian®, Lexington, Lexington, Ky., Sept. 28, 1938, 1:55. Ky., Sept. 26, 1939, 2:0212.

1 mile, four-year-old gelding, Nate Hanover, 1 mile, two-year-old filly on hall-mile track, Lexington, Ky.. Sept. 27, 1938, 1:59. Yellow Blossom, Hamburg. N. Y., Aug. 21, 1941, 1 mile, high-wheel sulky, Dan Patcho, Macon, 2:06'2

Ga.. Nov. 30, 1903, 2.0494. 1 mile. yearling colt, Frank Perry*, Lexington, ? miles, Dan Patch*, Macon, Ga.1. Nov. 30, Ky., Sept. 12, 1911, 2:16.

1903. 4:17. *Against time. *Paced by runner to sulky carrying a wind or dust shield, the runner preceding the racer.

3 miles, Elastic Pointer, Kendallville, Ind., Oct. uty Sheriff, Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. 28, 1916, 1, 1909. 7:312.

2:0714. 4 miles, Joe Jefferson, Knoxville, Iowa (reg.). 1 mile against time on hall-mile track by twoNov. 13, 1891, 10:10.

year-olds, Saratoga and Times Scarce, York, Pa., 5 miles, Angus Peter, Quebec, Canada, Sept. 10, Oct. 4, 1940, 2:0526. 1933, 11:54. Pacing Records By A Team

Pacing Records-To Wagon 1 mile agains time, Minor Heir and George Gano,

1 mile, Dan Patch*, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 27, Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 1, 1912, 2:02.

1903. 1:5794. 1 mile in a race, Billy M. and Doctor M., Spring

I mile, in a race, Angus Pointer, Memphis, Tenn., field, I., Sept. 24, 1914, 2:0714.

Oct. 20, 1904, 2:0412. 1 mile against time on 12 mile track, Billy Direct

2 miles, Longfellow, Vallejo, Calif., June 23, 1869, and The Widower, Altamont, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1939,

5:2712 2:0414

3 miles, Longfellow, Sacramento, Calif., Sept. 7, 1 mile in a race, 12 mile track, Colleen and Dep- 1869, 7:53.

Winners of Famous Harness Stakes Source: Roger Duncan, Executive Vice President, United States Trotting Association (The Hambletonian was inaugurated in 1926. In 1926 and 1928 it was trotted at Syracuse, N. Y.; in 1927 and 1929 at Lexington, Ky., since when it has been trotted at Goshen, N. Y.)

THE HAMBLETONIAN (3-year-old trotters)
Best

Best
Yr. Winner
Time Value Yr. Winner

Time Value 1926-Guy McKinney. 2:044 $73.451 1934--Lord Jim

2:02 4

25,545 1927-Josola's Worthy 2:03 54.694 1935 Greyhound

2:024

33,321 1929- Spencer 2:02 66.226 1936 Rosalind

2:01 4

35.643 1929-Walter Dear,

2:02%
55,454 1937-Shirley Hanover..

2:014 37,912 1930-Hanover's Bertha

2:03
56.859 1938 McLin Hanover.

2:02 37.962 1931 Calumet Butler. 2:03 50.291 1939 Peter Astra

2:04' 40,502 1932 The Marchioness. 2:014 53,339 1940-Spencer Scott

2:02 43,658 1933-Mary Reynolds. 2:03 40,459 1941---Bill Gallon

2:05 38 729

Best Time

2:0512 2:05 2:04 2:0312 2:0417

FOX STAKES (2-year-old pacers) Year Winner

Best Time Year Winner 1932-Logan Scott,

2:0314 1937--The Widower, 1933- Laurel Hanover

2:08 1938- Blackstone 1934-The Auctioneer

2:1216, 1939--William Cash 1935- Worthy Grattan

2:0412 1940-Black Hawk 1936-Dusty Hanover.

2:04 1941-Court Jester.

HORSEMAN FUTURITY (3-year-old trotters) 1932-The Marchioness.

2:02 1937-Southland 1933-Brown Berry

2:0314 1938-McLin Hanover 1934-Vitamine

2:0134 1939-Lyrmite 1935-Greyhound

2:05 1940-Spencer Scott 1936-Bill Strang

2:0333 1941-Bill Gallon

KENTUCKY FUTURITY (3-year-old trotters) 1932-The Marchioness.

2:02 1937-Twilight Song 1933-Meda

2:03141938--McLin Hanover. 1934-Princess Peg

2:0134 1939--Peter Astra 1935-Lawrence Hanover

2:0034 1910-Spencer Scott. 1936-Rosalind

2:03 1941---Bill Gallon. READING FUTURITY (3-year-old trotters, half-mile track futurity) 1932-Evan Hanover

2:0634 | 1937-Dean Hanover 1933-Taffy Volo

2:0712 | 1938-- Essie Hanover, 1934-Princess Peg

2:0612 1939-Congressional 1935-Volo Arion..

2:0814 1940--MacAbigail 1936-Pinero

2:0512 | 1941--Lucy Hanover,

2:0312 2:0132 2:07 2:0214 2:01

2:0114
2:0034
2:0212
2:02
2:0214

2:0434 2:10 2:0712 2:0912 2:0712

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Neville, O.

5-11 Laurence-to-Sea 26 + 2:31:27 Pawson Salisbury

5-30 A.A.U. 10 kilometers walk.

6.09 0:57:47.4 Abbate

St. Louis, Mo.

6-17 Independence Day

55:51 Kleinerren Washington, D. C. 7-4 Dengis Memorial

26 +
2:48:12 Heinecke Baltimore

9-13 A.A.U. 25 kilometer run

15+
1:21:11 Kelly

Everett, Mas.

9-28 A.A.U. 15,000 meter walk 9.32 1:18:41.9 Connolly New York City

10-19 A.A.U. 30 kilometers. 18+ 2:52:03 Fleming Cincinnati

10-26 A.A.U. cross country..

6
29:18
Rice
Yonkers, N. Y.

11-9 AA.U. marathon.

26+
2:36:06
Smith
Yonkers, N. Y.

11-9 INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY RUNS Leslie MacMitchell, New York University, won team title went to Manhattan with 60 points. the 33rd annual I. C. A. A. A. A. cross country run The Western Conference cross country champion(Nov. 16, 1941) in Van Cortlandt Park, New York ship was won by Purdue University (Nov. 17. 1941) City, in which 134 men from 19 colleges partici- at Lafayette, Ind, with 33 points. Indiana was pated

MacMitchell's time for the five-mile race next with 56, and Ohio State, third, with 72. Fred was 26:40.1, followed by Robert Nichols, Rhode Wilt, Indiana, covered the hilly four-mile course Island State, 26:57.2, and Glenn V. Masten, Col- in 20:01.5. gate, 27:02.2. Rhode Island State won the team The fourth annual National Collegiate A, A. cross title with 31 points; New York University, second. country championship was run (Nov. 24, 1941) at with 112; and Manhattan, third, with 130. The East Lansing. Mich., and was won by Frederick L. Freshman race was won by Gerald T. Karver, Penn Wilt, University of Indiana, who was clocked in State, in 15:51.3 for the three-mile course. Ray 20:32.3 for the four-mile course. Rhode Island Zoellner, New York University. was second, 15:52; State College, with 83 points, annexed the team and David Williams, Georgetown, third, 16:12. The title.

Boxing Champions, by Classes

(As recognized by National Boxing Association) Heavyweight (over 175 lbs.)--Joe Louis

Lightweight (135 lbs.)-Sammy Angott. * Light Heavyweight (175 lbs.)--Gus Lesnevich* Featherweight (126 lbs.)--Jackie Wilson. Middleweight (160 lbs.)-Tony Zale*

Bantamweight (118 lbs.)-Lou Salica Welterweight (147 lbs.)--Fred Cochrane*

Flyweight (112 lbs.) Little Dado. *Also recognized by New York State Boxing Commission.

Ring Champions of the Past

HEAVYWEIGHTS 1882-1892 John L. Sullivan (A)

1919-1926 Jack Dempsey 1892-1897 James J. Corbett (B)

1926-1928 Gene Tunney (retired) 1897-1899 Robert Fitzsimmons

1930-1931 Max Schmeling

1932 1899-1906 James J. Jeffries

Jack Sharkey 1933

Primo Carnera 1906-1908 Tommy Burns

1934

Max Baer 1908-1915 Jack Johnson

1935-1936 James J. Braddock 1915-1918 Jess Willard

1937-1941 Joe Louis (A) London Prize Ring (bare knuckle champion). (B) First Marquis of Queensbury Champion

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS •Abandoned title. 1903 George Gardner

tling Siki knocked out Carpentier in 1903-1905 Robert Fitzsimmons

1922, and Mike McTigue beat Siki in 1905-1907 Philadelphia Jack O'Brien

1923; Paul Berlenbach beat McTigue 1907-1912 Tommy Burns (did not claim cham

in 1925 pionship)

1925-1926 Paul Berlenbach 1912-1916 Jack Dillon claimed title but did not 1926-1927 Jack Delaneye fight under it

1927

Tommy Loughrano 1916-1920 Battling Levinsky

1929-1930 Jimmy Slattery 1920-1922 Georges Carpentier

1930-1934 Maxey Rosenbloom 1922 Gene Tunney, Harry Greb

1934-1935 Bob Olin 1923 Harry Greb, Gene Tunney

1935-1938 John Henry Lewis 1923-1925 Gene Tunney relinquished title to fight 1939-1940 Billy Conn* in heavyweight class; previously Bat- 1941

Gus Lesnevich • Abandoned title.

MIDDLEWEIGHTS 1897-1907 Tommy Ryan

1926 Tiger Flowers, Mickey Walker 1907 Stanley Ketchel, Billy Papke

1926-1931 Mickey Walker

1932 1908-1910 Stanley Ketchel

Ben Jeby

1933 1911-1913 Claimed by Billy Papke, Frank Klaus,

Lou Brouillard, Vince Dundee

1934 Mike Gibbons. Ed McGoorty and

Teddy Yarosz

1935 George Chip

Teddy Yarosz, Babe Risko 1936

Babe Risko, Fred Steele 1914-1917 Al McCoy

1937 F. Steele 1917-1920 Mike O'Dowd

1938

F.Steele, Al Hostak, S. Krieger 1921-1923 Johnny Wilson

1939

AI Hostak 1923-1925 Harry Greb

1940-1941 Tony Zale *Abandoned title.

WELTERWEIGHTS 1900 Rube Ferns, Matty Matthews

1929

Jackie Fields 1901 Matty Matthews and Rube Ferns

1930 Jackie Fields, Jack Thompson, Tommy 1901-1904 Joe Walcott

Freeman 1904-1906 Dixie Kid, Joe Walcott, Honey Melody 1931 Freeman, Thompson, Lou Brouillard 1907 Mike Sullivan

1932

Jackie Fields 1910 Jimmy Clabby*

1933 Young Corbett, Jimmy McLarnin 1911-1915 Title vacant

1934

Barney Ross, Jimmy McLarnin 1915-1915 Ted Lewis, Jack Britton

1935

Jimmy McLarnin, Barney Ross 1919-1922 Jack Britton

1936-1938 Barney Ross 1922-1926 Mickey Walker

1938-1939 Henry Armstrong 1926 Pete Latzo

1940

Fritz Zivic 1927-1928 Joe Dundee

1941

Fred Cochrane

LIGHTWEIGHTS 1901-1908 Joe Gans

1931-1932 Tony Canzoneri 1908-1910 Battling Nelson

1933-1935 Barney Ross 1912-1914 Ad Wolgast

1935

Tony Canzoneri 1912-1924 Willie Ritchie

1936

Tony Canzoneri, Lou Ambers 1914-1917 Freddie Welsh

1937

Lou Ambers 1917-1924 Benny Leonardo

1938

Henry Armstrong 1925 Jimmy Goodrich, Rocky Kansas

1939

Lou Ambers 1926-1930 Sammy Mandell

1940

Lew Jenkins
Al Singer. Tony Canzoneri

1941 Sammy Angott *Abandoned title.

FEATHERWEIGHTS 1892-1899 George Dixon (A)

! 1927

Benny Bass 1899-1901 Terry McGovern

1928 Tony Canzoneri, Andre Routis 1901-1904 Young Corbett

1929-1931 C. Battalino 1904-1908 Tommy Sullivan

1932-1934 Fred Miller, Peter Sarron, Kid Choco1908-1911 Abe Attell 1911-1922 Johnny Kilbane

1934

Baby Arizmendi 1923 Johnny Kilbane, Eugene Criqui, Johnny 1937 P. Sarron, Henry Armstrong* Dundee

1938-1939 Joey Archibald 1925 Dundee

1940

Harry Jaffra 1925-1927 Kid Kaplan*

1941

Richie Lemos, Jackie Wilson (A) Claim disputed. *Abandoned title.

BANTAMWEIGHT 1899-1900 Terry McGovern

1923

Joe Lynch 1901-1903 Harry Forbes

1924

Abe Goldstein, Eddie Martin 1903-1906 Frankie Neil

1925 Eddie Martin, Charley (Phil) Rosenberg 1903-1907 No recognized champion

1926 Charley (Phil) Rosenberg 1907-1913 Johnny Coulon

1921-1931 Severai claimants 1914-1916 Kid Williams, Johnny Ertle

1932-1933 Al Brown 1917-1920 Pete Herman

1936 In dispute, Sixto Escobar leading chai 1920-1921 Joe Lynch

2110 1921 Pete Herman, Johnny Buff

1937-1939 Sixto Escobar 1922 Johnny Buff, Joe Lynch

1940-1941 Lou Salica •Abandoned title,

1930

late

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