Sport: Who Won, Aug. 21, 1933

¶ Joseph F. Hiestand of Hillsboro, Ohio: the 500-target amateur trapshooting championship of the world, with 497 breaks (including an unfinished run of 326) to 494 for Walter S. Beaver of Berwyn, Pa.; at Yorklyn, Del. ¶ Jack Hagen, Long Island golf professional (no kin): a prize in the N. Y. World-Telegram's hole-in-one competition when, first to play among more than 400 entrants, he plunked his third try (out of five allowed) into the hole (148 yd.) on the fly. The hole used was on his home Salisbury Country Club links. ¶...

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