Sport: Who Won, Nov. 30, 1942

> Colonus, a 25-to-1 shot ridden by a 17-year-old jockey: the Melbourne Cup, Australia's No. 1 horse race; finishing seven lengths ahead of Phocion and Heart's Desire, both 50-to-1 shots; at Flemington, near Melbourne, Australia. It was the widest walkaway in 70 years, the slowest race (3:33¼ for two miles) in 50 years. Instead of the usual gold cup, Colonus' owner received $650 in war bonds.

> Canton's McKinley High School: a football game (35-to-0) against Massillon High; thereby breaking a winning streak of 52 games; before a crowd of 22,000; at Massillon, Ohio. Same day, ex-Massillon Coach Paul Brown, who made...

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