Sport: Who Won May 5, 1930

¶ Gallant Fox, Derby favorite, three-year-old bay of the Belair stud, strong and heavily built, in tremendous lines of speed and strength: the $10,000 Wood Memorial stakes at Jamaica N. Y., with Earle Sande up, riding his first New York race since 1928.

¶ Robert Kruse, heavyweight wrestler: a bout with August Sepp in Astoria, Ore., after Kruse had deliberately kicked Referee L. V. Harrington out of the ring so hard he had to be taken to a hospital. Referee Harrington already had his arm in bandages because not long ago another...

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