Sport: Who Won, Dec. 28, 1931

¶ Flat-faced, awkward King Levinsky Chicago heavyweight pugilist and onetime fishmonger, encouraged by the shrieks and squeals of his sister and manager Mrs. Lena Levy: a ten-round bout against slick-haired, skilful Tommy Loughran, who was three times knocked clown by Levinsky's right hand; in Manhattan.

¶ Indignant Princeton alumni and undergraduates who, after a disastrous Princeton football season, favored a new coaching regime: when Head Coach Albert ("Al") Wittmer Jr. resigned in a letter which said: "I feel that through the press and otherwise there has been built up such an overwhelming body...

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