Sport: Who Won

¶Gail Peters, 22-year-old Olympic swim prospect, the "big apple" (individual honors) in the National A.A.U. women's senior indoor championships, by taking three events in record times; at Daytona Beach, Fla. Swimming for the Army's Walter Reed Hospital, Miss Peters bettered American records in the 300-yd. individual medley (3:51.3), the 200-yd. breast stroke (2:40.1), and the A.A.U. record in the 100-yd. breast stroke (1:11.7).

¶Hill Gail, Calumet's prize three-year-old, the $10,000 Phoenix Handicap, at Lexington, Ky. Warming up for the Kentucky Derby, Hill Gail closed with a stretch drive under Jockey Eddie Arcaro to equal Allegro's 14-year-old track record (1:10⅔) for...

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