Sport: Who Won, Aug. 28, 1933

Apprentice-Jockey Jack Westrope, 16: five races in a single afternoon, for the second time; four races the next afternoon; for a 1933 record of 181 winners out of 691 mounts; on the Hawthorne Track, Chicago.

Francis Xavier Shields, No. 5 ranking U. S. tennist: a match from National Champion Ellsworth Vines, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4, in the semi-finals of the Newport (R. I.) Casino Cup tournament, which Shields then won from Wilmer Allison, No. 2 in the rankings, 1-6, 11-9, 6-1, 6-3.

Joe Kirkwood, oldtime Australian trick shot golfer: the Canadian Open championship with 282 for 72...

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