Sport: Who Won, Nov. 16, 1931

C. Christopher ("Bat") Battalino: a Chicago fight in which he risked his world's featherweight championship against Earl Mastro; by a decision, after ten rounds. C. Top Flight, dark brown two-year-old filly owned by Cornelius Vanderbilt ("Sonny") Whitney and ridden by Jockey "Sonny" Workman: the Pimlico Futurity, her seventh race this season; raising the total of her cash winnings to $219,000, more than any other mare or any two-year-old has ever won before, more than any other race horse has won this year.

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