Sport: Who Won, Dec. 19, 1932

Nedo Nadi, onetime (1912 and 1920) Olympic and now world's professional fencing champion: a duel with one Adolfo Contronei, Milanese sports editor who had criticized the organization of Italy's last Olympic foils team; by pinking Editor Contronei in the arm, the stomach; at Milan.

Jack Crawford, No. 1 tennist of Australia: the championship of Victoria 1-6. 6-4, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 in the final against U. S. Champion Ellsworth Vines; on an exhaustingly hot day at Melbourne.

An itinerant U. S. polo squad of Winston Guest, Michael Phipps, James Mills, J. C. Rathborne and Hubert Phipps:...

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