Sport: Who Won

¶ The U.S. Walker Cup team, for the twelfth time in 13 tries, over the British, 6-3; at Birkdale, England. Though the British players, in their best showing since their only victory of the series in 1938, managed to upset the three top U.S. players (Captain Willie Turnesa, Frank Stranahan and Charlie Coe) in the final singles, Dick Chapman, Bill Campbell, Sam Urzetta and Jim McHale came through to clinch the cup. ¶ The University of Washington crew, perennial powerhouse of U.S. rowing, the Pacific Coast championship, over California and Stanford; at Seattle. ¶ The Yale crew, the Carnegie Cup,...

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