Sport: Who Won, Feb. 8, 1937

¶Dr. John R. Huffman, researcher in Chemistry at Columbia University; for the third successive year the national three-weapon (foil, épée, sabre) fencing championship of the U. S. from a field of 29; at the Fencers Club, New York. ¶West Point's polo team: its 27th consecutive victory, beating Yale, 12-to-9: at West Point, N. Y.

¶Clarence C. Pell Jr., & Robert Grant III: the national racquets doubles championship, beating Edward Mitchell Edwards & Warren Ingersoll after 1 hr. 10 min. of play at the New York Racquet & Tennis Club, 12-15, 18-16, 15-11, 15-8. In the balcony, watching, was Pell's father, nine...

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