Sport: Who Won, Jun. 12, 1933

¶ Jimmy ("Babyface") McLarnin, hammer-fisted Vancouver fighter: the world's welterweight championship; by knocking out Champion Young Corbett III in 2 min. 30 sec.; in Los Angeles. ¶ The New York Yankees: a ballgame against Philadelphia, 17 to 11, with three runs in the second inning, one in the third, ten in the fifth, and three in the eighth when Babe Ruth clouted his tenth homer of the season with two men on base; in Manhattan. The Athletics scored all their runs in one inning, the third. Yankee Pitcher Walter Brown fanned 12 men...

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