Sport: Who Won, Oct. 9, 1933

¶ William Robertson Coe's racehorse Osculator: the $10,000 Havre de Grace handicap at 20-to-1, by a length, from Cornelius Vanderbilt ("Sonny'') Whitney's famed Equipoise; before a record crowd of 25,000 come to see Equipoise run his farewell race before being retired to stud. Equipoise's total winnings, $322,970, make him fourth biggest moneymaker in turf history.

¶ George C. Reis of Lake George, N. Y. in his 11-year-old hydroplane El Lagarto: the President's Cup race, with 1,161 points to 1,122 for Horace E. Dodge's Delphine VII. First craft to win the President's Cup twice, El Lagarto made a clean sweep of this year's...

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