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A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
September 05, 1955
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September 05, 1955

A Roundup Of The Week's News

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HORSE RACING

REGISTER: $50,950 Spinaway Stakes, 6 f., by 1 length, in 1:13 2/5, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Ted Atkinson up.
RICO RETO: $29,800 Alabama Stakes, 1� m., by 3 lengths, in 2:05 4/5, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Bill Boland up.
HI PARDNER: $25,000 Del Mar Derby, 1? m., by 1� lengths, in 1:49, Del Mar, Calif. Bill Harmatz up.
TALORA: $23,250 Philadelphia Turf Handicap, 1? m., by 2 lengths, in 1:49, Atlantic City, N.J. Sam Boulmetis up.
SWOON'S SON: $17,600 Prairie State Stakes, 6 f., by 2� lengths, in 1:10 4/5, Washington Pk., Homewood, Ill. Dave Erb up.

MOTORCYCLING

Everett Brashear, Beaumont, Tex., 15-m. dirt track race, in 10:48.34, to clinch AMA natl. expert championship for third time, Du Quoin, Ill.
Joe Leonard, San Jose, Calif., 9-m. feature race, in 8:4.31. Milwaukee.

ROWING
Theodor Kocerka, Poland, European single sculls championship, in 7:08.3 for 2,000 meters, Ghent, Belgium.

SAILING

Ann Burroughs, Flint, Mich., U.S. natl. jr. Y-Flyer championship, Whitehall, Mich.
Violet, skippered by Dr. Adrien Ver Brugghen, Richardson Trophy, for championship of Lakes Michigan, Ontario & Erie, Youngstown, N.Y.

SHOOTING
(Grand American Trapshoot, Vandalia, Ohio)

Dick Webber, Sussex. Wis., Vandalia Handicap, with 98 of 100, at 21 yds.
A. M. Feltus, Washington, Miss., men's all-around championship, with 384.
Joan Pflueger, Miami, Fla., women's all-round championship, with 357: overall championship in doubles shoot-off.
Bill Morris, Russell, Kan., jr. all-around championship, with 375.
Cliff Doughman, Morrow, Ohio, professional all-around championship, with 381; professional overall championship, with 941.
Larry Gravestock, Amarillo. Tex., jr. overall championship, with 934.
Hugh McKinely, Harrisburg, Ohio, natl. doubles title, with 97 of 100.
Ned Lilly, Stanton, Mich., men's N. American Clay Target championship, with 200.
Helen Thomas, Los Angeles, women's N. American Clay Target championship, with 197.

SOFTBALL
Kansas City CIO-AFL, over Topeka, 1-0, for Western Regional women's title, Omaha.

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