Sport: Who Won, Jan. 4, 1932

¶Centre Fielder John Leonard ("Pepper") Martin of the St. Louis Cardinals; for his performance in the 1931 World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics: an Associated Press poll of experts on "the outstanding individual achievement in sports." Second was U. S. Tennis Champion Ellsworth Vines. ¶Primo Camera, gargantuan Italian pugilist: a judgment for $63,017 against his midget Anglo-French manager, Leon See; for moneys which Camera had earned in what most U. S. experts considered fraudulent boxing exhibitions and which, according to Camera, See had invested, without his permission, in fraudulent gold mine stock.

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