Sport: Who Won Apr. 14, 1930

¶ Early Maxwell, star of Clarence ("Piggly Wiggly") Saunders' Memphis Tigers: The basketball free-throw championship of the world, in Memphis, for the third time, with a final score of 98 out of a 100, after a tournament that had lasted four months.

¶ St. John's College of Annapolis, U. S. lacrosse champions: A game with the Oxford-Cambridge team, starting its U. S. tour; in Washington, D. C., 7-2.

¶ Sarah Palfrey, best of a family of famed tennis-playing sisters, winner of seven girls' national indoor tennis titles: The indoor singles championship, in Boston, putting...

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