Sport: Who Won Aug. 25, 1930

¶ Jim Dandy, owned by Chaffee Earl, 22-year-old son of a California fruit tycoon, at 100 to 1: the Travers (oldest U. S. stake) on a sodden track at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., soundly beating three-year old champion Gallant Fox, at i to 2, and Harry Payne Whitney's Whichone.

¶ Hotsy-Totsy, owned by Victor Kliesrath of Bragg-Kliesrath Co. (automobile brakes): the annual Gold Cup race for 625 cu. in. power boats; the first National Motor Boat Sweepstakes, at Red Bank, N. J., averaging 52 & 56 m.p.h.

¶ Wilmer Hines of Columbia, S. C.:...

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