Sport: Who Won, Aug. 9, 1937

¶ Tiger and Teddy's Comet, two-year-old race horses owned by Ethel V. Mars and Emerson Woodward respectively: $18,000 each, for running a dead heat in the Arlington Futurity, after which judges examined photographs of the finish with a magnifying glass without being able to decide which was ahead; at Arlington Park, near Chicago.

¶ Nathaniel Rubinkam's sloop Rubaiyat: the 30th annual Chicago to Mackinac Island, Mich, yacht race, longest (331 mi.) fresh-water race in the world; for the second year in a row, after weathering a 60 m.p.h. gale which Rubinkam described as worse...

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