?Led by Captain Tom Hazlehurst, Brown university piled up 168 points to win Jack Wood dinghy trophy, oldest cup in intercollegiate sailing competition.
FAMILY STORY?Joseph L. Schoenith's Gale V, driven by son, Lee, took two firsts and a second to win Elizabeth City, N.C. Gold Cup. Second in Gale IV?Wild Bill Cantrell, winner of President's Cup Sept. 19.
CLIMAX?Mme. Jean Cochery's Sica Boy won Prix de L' Arc de Triomphe stakes, major feature of French racing season, by length over M. J. Decrion's Banassa.
BELMONT?In last major prep for Belmont Futurity Oct. 9th, Belair Stud's
tied track record in winning Anticipation by length over Clearwater Stable's Royal Coinage. Nashua's time for six-furlong sprint: 1:08 1/5.
?Pet Bully owned by Mrs. Ada L. Rice, carried top weight of 126 pounds to half-length win over Mrs. Ethel D. Jacob's Joe Jones in first running of Woodward Stakes.
, winner of Epsom Derby with Never Say Die last spring, came back from 102-day rough-riding suspension to take the Isleham two-year-old maiden stakes by half a length aboard C. W. Rawlins' Cardington King. Four days later, 18-year-old Piggott was named top jockey for trainer Noel Murless' stable?position held by
Sir Gordon Richards
, world champion jockey, until recent retirement.
HARNESS?Max Hempt's Stenographer Won eighth race in succession by coming home first in final heat of $18,986 Hanover Filly Stake at Lexington.
HUNT?Mrs. Cordelia S. May's Billing Bear seared two-length triumph over H. S. Nichol's Ginny Bug in 17th running of International Gold Cup on final day of Rolling Rock Hunts meet at Ligonier, Pa. Time for 2?-mile test: 5:20 3/5.
TOP JUVENILE?Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Meriam's Ch. Cu-Machree Tim, two-year-old Irish setter, won best-in-show over 1,131 other dogs (including Ch. Bang Away of Sirrah Crest, holder of more best-in-show awards than any other dog in U.S.) at Westchester Kennel show.