Sport: Who Won, Mar. 30, 1931

¶ Percy N. Collins, slick-haired Chicago billiardist: the National Amateur 18.2 balkline championship, beating Edgar T. Appleby, the defending champion, in 26 innings, 300 to 290.

¶ The Harvard indoor polo team: a game against Princeton, 13½ to 8½ the first Harvard-v.-Princeton athletic contest since 1926.

¶ A Mrs. Kamalaba of Malabar: a prizefight at Madras, India; by knocking out her opponent, a Miss Sitabai of Tanjore. in the sixth round. The referee declared the match a draw.

¶ Gene Sarazen the La Gorce open golf tournament at Miami, after scoring eight birdies for a 66 on the last...

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