Sport: Female Paddocks

Last week women athletes ran faster, leaped higher and broader than ever before in modern times. At the Oxo Sport Grounds, near London, were held the first English women's national track championships. Miss E. W. Edwards dashed 220 yards in 27 seconds, a world's record. Miss Mary Lines again stood out as Europe's, if not the world's, leading woman track star by winning her four events—100-yard dash, 440-yard dash, 120-yard hurdles, running broad jump. At Brussels she once before conquered four fields in one day and was dubbed by a writer "...

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