Sport: Who Won, Mar. 1, 1937

¶ Sixteen Canadian curling teams: an all-day match for the Gordon International Medal, emblem of the championship of North America; 211 to 176, against 16 U. S. teams; at Montreal.

¶ William du Font's Fairy Hill, a 14-to-1 outsider; the rich Santa Anita Derby for three-year-olds; at Arcadia, Calif.'s Santa Anita Park. Winner's take was $45,425. Mrs. Ethel Mars's Military took second & $10,000; Cornelius Vanderbilt ("Sonny") Whitney's Ptolemy took third and $5,000.

¶ Alf Engen of Salt Lake City; the national amateur ski-jumping tournament: on Ecker Hill 25 mi. east of his home...

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