Sport: Records: May 14, 1928

Not since 1909, when King Edward's Minoru won the Derby, has a Royal horse taken a race in England. Last week King George jumped up in a box at Newmarket, the Prince of Wales waved his hat, and the crowd yelled as Scuttle, the King's three-year-old filly, worked up smoothly to pass Lord Dewar's Jurisdiction and win the Thousand Guineas Stakes, worth $5,000 to the winner. Next morning every paper in London printed a picture of the King with a broad smile on his face.

In Staunton, Va., six cops made a bet with six reverend preachers. Police against preachers would play...

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