Sport: Who Won Apr. 7, 1930

¶ The Oxford University golf team, with three U. S. members— Captain R. H. Baugh Jr. of Birmingham, Ala., Charles Sweeney and Harry Scheftel of Manhattan: its annual match with Cambridge, 12 points to 3.

¶ The Feminine Sports Federation of France: a legal contest with Mme Violette Morris, female hockey player who had brought suit for $4,000 damages because the Federation had taken away her membership for wearing trousers, talking indecently, refusing to reform (TIME, March 10). Said Mme Morris: "I will get a pilot's license. The air is the only place left...

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