Sport: Who Won Apr. 28, 1930

¶ Charles Pelissier and Armand Blanch-onnet, French entrants: the annual Paris six-day bicycle race, defeating the American team of Harry Horan and Anthony Beckman, after Beckman had retired from the race on account of stomach ache.

¶: The Heathen, ridden by Frank Coltiletti who, because his mount was whip-shy, urged him down the straightaway and under the wire with wild yells and cowboy whoops; the $10,000 Harford Handicap at Havre De Grace, Md.

¶ William Tatem Tilden II: a match with Professional Karel Kozeluh, called by some critics "world's greatest tennis player."...

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