Sport: Jockey Race

There are some 700 licensed jockeys in the U. S. Last week, coming down the homestretch of the 1938 horse-racing circuit, 28-year-old Johnny Longden of Calgary, Canada, and 24-year-old Johnny Adams of Tola, Kans. led the field in a neck & neck race for the jockey championship of the year. Solemn, sharp-faced Jockey Longden was in front with 222 winners; jolly pink-faced Jockey Adams, last year's champion, close behind with 208. Both were racing at the Tanforan track outside San Francisco, riding six or seven mounts a day, and flying down to...

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