Sport: Who Won, Mar. 6, 1933

¶ Gene Venzke of Pennsylvania: the 1,500-metre A. A. U. championship, inches ahead of Glenn Cunningham of Kansas, who had beaten him twice in the mile earlier this season; at the title meet in which Ralph Metcalfe set a new world's record—6.7 sec.—for 60 metres: in Manhattan.

¶ Clarence C. Pell: the national racquets championship for the third time in a row, the 12th time since 1915; 15-8, 18-14, 6-15, 15-6, against young Huntingdon D. ("Ting") Sheldon in the final; with Stanley G. Mortimer, four times champion and perennial runner-up, refereeing the match; on the...

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