Sport: Who Won, Jun. 24, 1935

¶ Edwin Collins ("Alabama") Pitts, one-time Sing Sing convict: permission to play professional baseball except in exhibition games; from Baseball Tsar Kenesaw Mountain Landis (TIME, June 17).

¶ Twenty-one-year-old Katherine Stammers, No. 3 British woman tennist: the semi-finals of the Kent Championship, defeating 28-year-old Helen Wills Moody 6-0, 6-4. First player ever to win a love set from longtime Champion Moody, in retirement since 1933, Miss Stammers graciously attributed her victory to the fact that Mrs. Moody "wasn't anywhere near her top." Next day Miss Stammers lost to England's No. 1. Dorothy Round. Unaltered...

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