Sport: Who Won Aug. 4, 1930

¶ William ("Young") Stribling (188 Ib.) of Georgia: a fight (billed as "World's Heavyweight Championship") with Phil Scott, 206-lb. Britisher; in the second round, by a knockout, after Scott had been down for three counts of nine in the first round; in Wimbledon stadium, England.

¶Lady Margaret, chestnut mare owned by H. M. Gallup of Scarborough, N. Y.: the title of "Best U. S. Saddle Horse" at the Stamford, Conn., horse show.

¶ A fast, accurate U. S. Army team: the National Junior Polo championship, beating Whippany River 17 to 7 in the final; at...

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