Sport: Who Won, Mar. 7, 1932

¶ Gene Venzke, 23-year-old runner of Pottstown, Pa.: a 1,500-meter race in Manhattan; with a new world's indoor record, his third this year, of 3:53.4.

¶Tommy Goodwin, of Monroe, N. Y.: the Dixie Amateur Golf Tournament, at Miami; by default. His opponent in the final, Thomas Philip Perkins, British Amateur Champion in 1928, was prevented from playing by a bullet in the thigh, received when six thugs entered Miami's Embassy Club.

¶ Petite Sarah Palfrey of Boston, seventh ranking woman player of the U. S.: the Bermuda tennis championship, beating buxom Betty Nuthall of...

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