Sport: Who Won, Aug. 12, 1940

¶ Mrs. James Rolph III, daughter-in-law of the late Governor of California: a ver dict of not guilty of slandering the thoroughbred stallion, War Glory, owned by Mrs. Frank Carreaud of Texas (TIME, Aug. 5); after a jury deliberated for nine hours; in Federal District Court, San Francisco.

¶Oklahoma's solemn Don McNeill, U. S. Intercollegiate champion: the Meadow Club tennis tournament, major tuneup for the National Singles championship; defeating (6-4, 6-3, 6-3) California's frivolous Frank Kovacs, who had drubbed U. S. Champion Bobby Riggs in the semifinals; at Southampton, L. I. After the...

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