Sport: Who Won, Dec. 28, 1942

> Flatfoot but fleet-footed Frankie Sinkwich, University of Georgia's galloping, pass-perfect halfback: the Associated Press annual poll for the No. 1 athlete of 1942; surpassing his nearest rival, Red Sox Outfielder Ted Williams, by 94 points to 55. Leading ground gainer this season (2,023 yards), Sinkwich sparked the Georgia Bulldogs to ten victories in eleven games.

> Fleet-fisted but flat-faced Beau Jack, illiterate 21-year-old Negro: the world's lightweight boxing championship; by a right uppercut to the chin of Tippy Larkin, No. 1 contender for the title recently abdicated (because of bad hands) by...

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