Sport: Who Won, Apr. 25, 1932

¶ Dorothy Locke, 20, of Brooklyn, who started fencing four years ago to improve her health: the U. S. women's fencing championship. In the final round-robin, in Manhattan, she beat Marion Lloyd, champion in 1928 and 1931, 5-to-4, won all four of her other matches.

¶ Wilmer Allison of Austin, Tex., ninth ranking U. S. tennis player: the North & South championship; at Pinehurst, beating U. S. Champion Ellsworth Vines Jr. 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, 5-7, 6-1 in the final.

¶ The Navy crew, last year's intercollegiate winner at Poughkeepsie: its first race of the season; by...

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