Sport: Who Won, May 16, 1932

¶ William Beaver of Berwyn, Pa.: the U. S. amateur trapshooting championship; by breaking 194 out of 200 clay pigeons, one more than Stevenson M. Crothers of Philadelphia, champion in 1925, 1927-28, 1930; at Traver's Island, N. Y.

¶ Yale's varsity crew: the Blackwell Cup Regatta, at Philadelphia, with Columbia second by three lengths, Penn a length behind Columbia.

¶ The Princeton track team: a dual meet with Harvard (first since 1926) by 75½ to 59½; at Princeton.

¶ The Japanese Davis Cup team (Jiro Satoh and R. Miki): 3 matches to o, against Greece,...

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