Sport: Who Won, Jun. 3, 1940

> Champion Blakeen Jung Frau, Mrs. Sherman R. Hoyt's white poodle: best-in-show, at the Morris & Essex dog show, Madison, N. J.; from 4,090 competitors, after brief retirement from show business to bear a litter of puppies.

> Kenneth Overlin, Washington ex-gob: the New York State version of the world's middleweight title, by a 15-round decision over "bolo-punching" Ceferino Garcia, Los Angeles Filipino; in Manhattan.

> Samuel Reshevsky, for the third consecutive time: the biennial tournament for the American Chess championship; in Manhattan; after an aside to a friend, acknowledging his opponent Reuben Fine's opportunity to win in the next few...

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