Sport: Who Won, Oct. 16, 1933

¶The American League's Chicago White Sox: a post-season city series from the National League Cubs (whose President William Veeck died last week), in four straight games; in Chicago.

¶The Columbus Red Birds of the American Association: the Little World Series, from the Buffalo Bisons of the International League. 5 games to 3, the series ending in Buffalo. Total runs scored in the eight games: Columbus 57. Buffalo 39.

¶Gordon Richards, Britain's No. i jockey: twelve consecutive horse races in three days; at Chepstow', England, With 217 winners to his credit this season. Jockey...

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