Sport: Who Won, Aug. 14, 1933

¶Walter Hagen, touring Scotland with young Densmore Shute, new British Open golf champion: three course records in three days; at Kingussie (64), Pitpochry (65), Inverness (64). ¶ Mrs. Dodge Sloane's Caesar's Ghost, shrewdly ridden by Jockey Dominick Bellizzi: the Saratoga Handicap in which Equipoise, favorite despite being assigned a weight impost of 142 lb., was scratched. ¶ William Miller, famed sculler of the Pennsylvania Athletic Club: his fourth U. S. singles championship in a row (a record); by one length over his clubmate, Al Vogt, in the challenge round of the National Association...

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