NB: held Aug 20-27 in Wien (in German "Reich" after the "Anschluß"); held in opposition to the event organised by the Confédération Internationale des Etudiants; participants: Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Peru, Slovakia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Yugoslavia; sports: athletics, basketball, boxing, diving, fencing, field hockey, football, gliding, handball, military sports, rowing, rugby, swimming, tennis, volleyball, waterpolo. [Aug 21] Germany 2-1 (1-1) Hungary [Epp 8, Hack 74; Tihanyi 32] [Germany: Scheithe, Althof, Katzer, Schädler, Hoffmann, Simon, Schneider II, Hack, Epp, Baumann, Dauda; Hungary: Zentay, Gymesi, Antal, Pazmandy, Kovacs I, Csonka, Magyar, Kovacs II, Tihanyi, Vraga, Erdös II] Italy w/o Latvia [Aug 23] Italy 4-2 (2-2) Hungary [Frossi 3, 61, Raf Vallone 32, Pernigo 58; Pazmandy 16, Kovacs II 25] [Italy: Venturini, Piazza, Tamietti, Piazza, Baldo, Puppo, Candiani, Scarabello, Pernigo, Raf Vallone, Frossi; Hungary: Zentay, Gymesi, Antal, Colosy, Kovacs I, Csonka, Magyar, Kovacs II, Kolocsay, Pazmandy, Erdös II] Germany w/o Latvia [Aug 26] Germany 3-0 (2-0) Italy [Dauda 35pen, Schneider II 44, Hack 86] [Germany: Scheithe, Katzer, Althof, Schäddler, Hoffmann, Simon, Schneider II, Hack, Epp, Baumann, Dauda; Italy: Venturini, Tamietti, Piazza, Baldo, Puppo, Capocasale, Frossi, Raf Vallone, Pernigo, Scarabello, Candiani] Hungary w/o Latvia 1.Germany 2 2 0 0 5- 1 4 2.Italy 2 1 0 1 4- 5 2 3.Hungary 2 0 0 2 3- 6 0 -.Latvia withdrew Sources: "La Stampa", Torino, August 1939, "Il Littoriale", Roma, August 1939, Austria Soccer
NB: held Aug 20-27 in Monte Carlo (Monaco); organised by the Confédération Internationale des Etudiants; participants: Albania (athletes who opposed the Italian occupation of their country), Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon (British, S.A. Edwards represented Ceylon but was from England), Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Egypt, England (United Kingdom, Helene Mayer represented England but was from Germany), Estonia, France, Finland, India (British), Latvia, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Palestine (UK mandate), Poland, Scotland (United Kingdom), Sweden, Switzerland, United States of America, Wales (United Kingdom), Yugoslavia; sports: athletics, basketball, boxing, diving, fencing, football, shooting, swimming, tennis, waterpolo. First Tournament NB: Yugoslavia had registered but did not show. [Aug 20] France 2-3 Belgium [Aug 21] Luxembourg 4-2 Belgium [Aug 22] France 2-0 Luxembourg 1.France 2 1 0 1 4- 3 2 [g.a.: 1.33] 2.Luxembourg 2 1 0 1 4- 4 2 [g.a.: 1.00] 3.Belgium 2 1 0 1 5- 6 2 [g.a.: 0.83] France: Pépin, Lena, Coard, Martinelli, Samuel, Marin, Vives, Robles, Bernard, Marcaggi, Lichtenstein. NB: on Aug 23, Yugoslavia unexpectedly arrived; the organisers decided to cancel the first tournament and stage it again; France withdrew out of protest. Second Tournament Semifinals [Aug 26] Yugoslavia 8-0 Luxembourg France o/w Belgium Final [Aug 27] Belgium 2-1 Yugoslavia Belgium: Massa, Lambert, Villers, Haazen, Deroeck, Gaucqui, Lecat, d'Aubioul, Kuppers, Plenneveaux, Fabry. Sources: "Le Figaro", August 1939, "Journal de Monaco", Bulletin Officiel de la Principauté, August 1939
Jeux Mondiaux Universitaires 1924-1955
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