Sport Notes, Feb. 17, 1930

In Milwaukee the Chicago Wishbones, deaf and dumb basketball team, played the Milwaukee Silent Club, also deaf and mute. The referee, who had trouble making himself understood because he did not know sign-language, was annoyed by a strange, mocking noise that issued from the throats of the deaf and dumb spectators, hurrrumphgffheeeeeeeee. The Wishbones won, 26-24.

In Manhattan Francis T. Hunter, 36, No. 2 in national ranking, found stocky little Julius Seligson, 21, weak at the net and at smashing, beat him 6-1, 6-2, 6-2, to win the U. S. Indoor Tennis Championship....

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