Sport: Who Won, Apr. 3, 1933

¶ James Van Alen, 30, of New York: the U. S. court tennis championship, 2-6, 6-4, 1-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the final against the Defending Champion William C. Wrright of Philadelphia; with Jay Gould, long the best player in the world, watching; in Philadelphia.

¶ Donald Horn, Northwestern University swimmer; a new world's record (2:29.8) for the 200-yd. breast stroke; in the intercollegiate meet at Yale's new Payne Whitney Gymnasium.

¶ Walter Hagen, starting his 20th season as a ranking U. S. golf professional: the $2,500 Charleston open tournament, with 282, a stroke ahead...

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