Sport: Who Won, Feb. 13, 1933

¶ Welker Cochran of San Francisco: the world's three-cushion billiard championship; by beating John Layton, ten times titleholder, 50 to 33, in the deciding match; at Chicago. It was the first three-cushion tournament Cochran, balkline champion in 1928, had ever entered. Said he, after winning: "I'm sure I'm going to prefer balkline."

¶ Tony Canzoneri, world's lightweight boxing champion: a catchweight bout against Billy Townsend of Vancouver; by a knockout after 1 min., 5 sec. of the first round; in Madison Square Garden.


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