Sport: At Stamford Bridge

Track meets are won on paper, lost on the track. Judged by past performances, the pick of Yale's and Harvard's runners and jumpers were last week far ahead of an Oxford-Cambridge combination—until the day of the meet at Stamford Bridge, England. The worsted was stretched at the finish line of a 100-yard dash and the U. S. men continued in the lead as Al ("Truck") Miller, 200-lb. Harvard sprinter, charged in ahead of Bayes Norton, onetime Yale man now at Oxford. But other worsteds, stretched for races of 220, 440 and 880...

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