Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 13, 1953

¶ At New York's Aqueduct track, Alfred G. Vanderbilt's Native Dancer, running at the rock-bottom odds of 1 to 20, romped to an easy victory in the mile-and-a-quarter Dwyer Stakes. The three-year-old colt's $38,100 purse raised his total winnings to $560,845, made him the sixth biggest money-winner of all time, just behind Whirlaway.

¶ At Henley-on-Thames, England, a Royal Air Force eight edged out Princeton University's 150-lb. crew by a third of a length to regain the Thames Challenge Cup for England after six straight years of U.S. victories.

¶ In Washington, Attorney General Herbert Brownell Jr. waived the restrictions of the McCarran...

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