Sport: Who Won, Aug. 22, 1932

¶ Horace E. Dodge's seven-year-old- speedboat Delphine IV, driven by Bill Horn of Newport News, Va.: the 29th running of the Gold Cup Race; with a record heat of 59.21 m. p. h.; at Lake Montauk, L. I.

¶ Frank Parker, 16-year-old Milwaukee tennist who plans next year to be the Wimbledon doubles partner of Ellsworth Vines: the U. S. junior singles championship, beating Gene Mako of California 6-8, 3-6, 6-1, 9-7, 6-2 in the final; at Culver, Ind.

¶ Frederick H. Prince's America's Cup sloop Weetamoe, sailed by Harold S. Vanderbilt: the fourth...

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