Sport: Fast Women

The minute portion of U. S. womanhood which is diligently muscular looks forward to a trip abroad this summer. For the first time in the history of athletics events for women* will be included in the track and field program of the Olympic Games.

Last fortnight inquisitive investigators abruptly discovered that these events are listed in the official program with the men's events. Controversy flamed whether or not women's winnings would be totaled in the championship point score. To the U. S. particularly the issue is important.

In 1920 and 1924, the U. S....

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