Sport: Who Won, Mar. 23, 1931

¶ Tommy Loughran, limber, cautious, dexterous Philadelphia heavyweight: a ten-round fight with Ernie Schaaf, pale protege of Jack Sharkey. Two years ago Sharkey knocked out Loughran. Last week Sharkey said: "If Loughran beats Schaaf, I'll fight him again."

¶ George H. ("Pete") Bostwick, famed young poloist and gentleman jockey: the Byers Cup golf tournament at Aiken, S. C. C. Grinning, feline Jean Borotra; Tilden-esque Francis Shields; curly-haired Clif- ford Sutter; stumble-footed Berkeley Bell: their easy first-round tennis matches in the National Indoor Singles Championships; in Manhattan.

¶ Willie Macfarlane and Wiffy Cox: $5,000, the...

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