Sport: Who Won, Dec. 4, 1950

¶ In Manhattan, young (22) heavyweight aspirant Rex Layne, over aged (36), onetime near-champion Jersey Joe Walcott, in a ten-round decision which had some enthusiasts rushing to tag Layne, fresh from Utah and still pretty clumsy, as heavyweight boxing's new "white hope."

¶ In Inglewood, Calif., William Goetz's Your Host over Calumet Farm's Ponder (by a nose) and Horse-of-the-Year Hill Prince (by another neck) in the $35,000 Thanksgiving Day Handicap, at a mile-and-a-sixteenth.

¶ In Minneapolis, the Fort Wayne Pistons over the Minneapolis Lakers, 19-18, for the lowest score in modern professional basketball history,...

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