Sport: Who Won, Dec. 26, 1932

¶ Mrs. Floretta D. McCutcheon of Pueblo, Colo., considered to be the world's best lady bowler: records of 250-8 for 11 games and 248-2 for 12 games, bettering her own best previous scores, and a perfect game (300), the 8th in her career; in the course of a single evening's exercise, at St. Paul, Minn. ¶ William Lawrence ("Young") Stribling, itinerant Georgia heavyweight pugilist: a 12-round bout against Dan McCorkindale of South Africa; by decision; before the biggest African prizefight crowd (15,000); at Johannesburg.


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