Sport: Who Won, Apr. 10, 1933

¶ Joe Kirkwood, seasoned golf professional of Philadelphia: the North & South Open championship; with a record score of 277; at Pinehurst. Long famed for his skill at "trick" shots, Kirkwood two months ago stopped playing in theatres, so improved his game that in four rounds at Pinehurst not one of his drives landed off the fairway.

¶ Miss Dorrance Chase of Dorchester, Mass.: the U. S. women's indoor tennis championship; 6-3, 6-2, against Helen Germaine, public parks champion, in the final; at Longwood.

¶ Scotland: an international soccer match with England; 2 goals to 1; at Glasgow. The match settled the International...

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