Sport: Who Won, Mar. 16, 1931

¶ The Cambridge University track team: its 63rd annual meet with Oxford, 8 first places to 3. Chief star: R. M. N. Tisdall, rangy Irishman, who won the shot put, running broad jump, 20-yard high hurdles, quarter-mile.

¶ The Yale swimming team: a meet with Princeton, 48 to 23. Each had won six meets in a row though neither water polo team (see below) had won a game all season. Princeton won the water polo game, 37—30. Yale's swimming team has not lost an intercollegiate meet since 1924.

¶ Marcel Guimbretiere and Alfred...

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