Sport: Who Won, Sep. 28, 1931

¶ Calumet Chuck: the $7,000 Junior Kentucky Futurity trotting race; from Maid McElwyn, who in the second heat set a new world's record for 2-year-olds of 1 mile in 2 min., 2¼ sec.

¶ At the last day of the Belmont, N. Y., autumn racing season: Mrs. John Hay Whitney's Green Cheese, the $28,250 Grand National Steeplechase; Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's unbeaten two-year-old filly Top Flight, the $94,780 Futurity Stakes; Mrs. Payne Whitney's champion three-year-old Twenty Grand, the $10,400 Jockey Club Gold Cup, at odds of 1 to 50.

¶ Surprised Thomas Creavy, 20-year-old Albany golf professional: the P. G. A. championship at Providence....

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