Sport: Who Won, Oct. 12, 1931

¶ Square-jawed Maureen Orcutt: the Canadian women's golf championship, in which she was defending her title; beating Marjorie Kirkham of Montreal 6 & 4 in the final at Toronto.

¶ Twenty-three-year-old Paul Runyan, golf professional of the Metropolis Country Club, White Plains, N. Y.: the Metropolitan (New York) Professional Golfers' Championship; beating Gene Sarazen, who had 62 for the last 17 holes, 3 & 1 in the final; at Rockville Center, L. I., four days after he won the Westchester Open.

¶ Jules Ladoumegue, French middle distance runner: a world's record by running...

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