Sport: Who Won, Aug. 1, 1932

¶Robert Lee Miller, 21, son of a Jacksonville, Fla. night watchman: by 4 & 2, his match with "Pete Miller" (Panaysti Milliau) 21, of Chicago in the final of the U. S. Public Links Golf Championship; at Louisville, Ky. Among Golfer Miller's rewards: a Kentucky colonelcy, as aide-de-camp to Lieut. Governor A. B. Chandler of Kentucky.

¶ Plucky Play, at odds of 12 to 1: the Arlington Park Handicap; carrying in Ib. to 134 Ib. for Equipoise, the favorite, who missed winning his eighth race in a row by a short neck in a great...

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