Sport: Who Won, Feb. 1, 1937

¶ Benny Lynch, tiny Scotch farmer: the flyweight (112 Ib.) championship of the world; by defeating Benjamin ("Sma11") Montana of Manila, U. S. flyweight champion, in 15 rounds; at London's Wembley Club. Smallest recognized class in prize fighting, established in 1910, flyweights have had only one other recognized world champion, Pancho Villa, who died in 1925. ¶ The Yale swimming team, coached by Bob Kiphuth, who last winter started the practice of observing his squad from the bottom of the pool (TIME, Jan. 20, 1936 ): its 154th consecutive intercollegiate...

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