Sport Notes, Sep. 30, 1929

¶ At Hackensack, N. J., one Willie Schaeffer, who calls himself "the strongest man," held two airplanes on ropes, one in each hand, and kept them down though they were roaring to get up. ¶ In Wiesbaden, Dr. Alexander Alekhine won his fourth straight game from E. D. Bogoljubow, needs only two games out of the required series of 30 to keep the world chess championship. Said he: "Even the most confirmed opponent of the contention that the game is threatened with death through draws, could not have hoped for such...

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