Sport: Who Won, May 9, 1932

¶ The Navy crew: a 1½-mi. race against Columbia, at Annapolis.

¶ Miss Ivy Russell, 25, maidservant of Croydon: the women's weight-lifting championship of England, for which she had challenged one Tillie Tinmouth of Sunderland; by hoisting a 300-lb. bar over her head; at Croydon. Champion Russell's comment: "I weigh only nine stone [126 lb.]. ... I do not know when I discovered that I was so strong. . . ."

¶ Joseph Levis of the Boston Athletic Association, Leo Nunes of the New York Athletic Club, Dr. John R. Huffman of Copenhagen: the foils,...

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