Sport: Who Won, May 1, 1933

¶100 Cornelius Vanderbilt ("Sonny") Whitney's Equipoise: his first race of the season, the Philadelphia Handicap, for a $7,500 purse that brought his total winnings to $273,585; at Havre de Grace.

¶ Four Navy crews (150 lb., Plebes. Junior Varsity, Varsity): races against Massachusetts Institute of Technology; with open water between the shells in each race, five lengths of it in the Varsity; on the windy Severn at Annapolis.

¶ Francis Xavier Shields: the Mason & Dixon tennis championship; by beating Clifford Sutter in the semifinals. Gregory Mangin in the final, 10-8, 4-6, 6-0, 6-2;...

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