Sport: Who Won, Mar. 20, 1933

¶ Golden Miller, Dorothy Paget's favorite for next fortnight's Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree: the Cheltenham Gold Cup, over three miles and three furlongs; at Cheltenham, England; with Thomond II. owned by Miss Paget's cousin, John Hay ("Jock") Whitney, second. Next day, a Whitney entry in next week's Grand National—Dusty Foot, ridden by George H. ("Pete") Bostwick-ran second to Ego, in Cheltenham's National Hunt Chase.

¶ Maxie ("Slapsie") Rosenbloom, light-heavyweight champion: a fight against stubby, bowlegged Adolph Heuser of Germany, in which Rosenbloom jabbed, slapped and cuffed his game opponent for 15...

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