Sport: Who Won, May 22, 1939

> World's No. 1 Tennist Donald Budge: the concluding match of a coast-to-coast U. S. professional tennis tour opposite Fred Perry, his predecessor as world's No. 1 tennist; at White Plains, N. Y. Of 36 matches played, Budge won 28.

> Chief Clayton Bishop of the Onset (Mass.) Fire Department: the 130-mile outboard motorboat race down the Hudson River from Albany to New York City; in 3 hr., 11 min., 22 sec.; breaking the record for Class B boats (16-h.p. motors, 100-lb. hulls); and setting another record by becoming the first driver to win the race twice (he won in 1936).


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