Sport: Who Won, Mar. 27, 1933

¶ Gregory Mangin, of Newark, N. J., who has never won an important tournament outdoors: his second consecutive U. S. Indoor Tennis Championship against a crack field including Clifford Sutler, Francis. Shields, George Lott, Berkeley Bell; 6-1. 6-3, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2, in the final against Sutter; in Manhattan. ¶ Glenn Cunningham of Kansas: a mile race in the Knights of Columbus Games, with Glen Dawson of Tulsa second, Carl Coan of Penn third and Gene Venzke of Penn, who set the world's record of 4:10 a year ago and has hitherto been Cunningham's...

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