Sport: Grand National, Apr. 3, 1933

At Becher's Brook, sixth and most famed of the 30 prodigious jumps that make the Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree the hardest race in the world, the field began to dwindle last week. Youtell went down first, then Society and one of the favorites, Heartbreak Hill. Jock Whitney's Dusty Foot took off too soon and his rider, George Herbert ("Pete") Bostwick. turned a double somersault, got up with his face cut.* The part of the 250,000 crowd that was in the grandstand lost the field as it moved around toward the Canal...

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