Sport: Who Won, Mar. 9, 1931

¶ A Mexican bull: a fight with Sidney Franklin, only U. S. bull-fighter,* goring him so badly in the right leg that he fainted and had to be carried out. Another matador killed the bad bull. Then Franklin came back and killed a bull himself amid wild applause. A few days later, limping, in a cold gale that stirred up dangerous clouds of dust in the ring, he killed two more.

¶ Eighteen-year-old Sonja Henie of Oslo, Norway: the world's figure skating championship for women for the fifth year in succession; in Berlin....

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