Sport: Who Won, Apr. 24, 1933

¶ The Washington Senators: the opening game of the American League baseball season in Washington; 4 to 1, against the Philadelphia Athletics. President Roosevelt threw out the first ball, stayed till the game was over.

¶ William Robertson Coe's colt Ladysman, champion two-year-old of 1932 and favorite for this year's Kentucky Derby: his first race this year, against a field of ten including seven Derby eligibles; by half a length, with Rush Hour second; at the opening day of the Havre de Grace (Md.) track.

¶ Clifford Sutter, intercollegiate tennis champion and third ranking...

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