Sport: Who Won, Oct. 2, 1939

> Californian Charles S. Howard's Sorteado, four-year-old chestnut imported from South America last year: the 38th running of the Manhattan Handicap; outstripping seven of the best handicap horses in the U. S. and setting a new North American record (2 min., 28 2/5 sec.) for a mile and a half; in his debut on the Big Apple (New York tracks); at Belmont Park. Former record: 2:28 3/5 set by Handy Mandy at Latonia in 1927 and equaled by famed War Admiral at Belmont in 1937.

> Poloists Pete Bostwick, Bobby Gerry, Ebby Gerry and Eric Tyrrell-Martin of England (entered as...

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