Sport: Who Won Jun. 23, 1930

¶ Max Siegfried Adolf Otto Schmeling of Germany: the Heavyweight Championship of the World on a foul by Jack Sharkey.

¶ Laverne Fator, No. 2 U. S. jockey, up on Patroness: a duel with Earl Sande, No. 1 U. S. jockey, on Flying Gal, in the Hanover handicap at Aqueduct, N. Y., by a half-length.

¶ The Navy crew, beating off a hard but belated sprint by California in the last quarter-mile: a triangular race on Lake Carnegie, with Princeton three lengths in the wash.

¶ The English Wightman Cup team: their matches with the Wightman...

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