Sport: Records: Apr. 2, 1928

Charles Paddock, fast-stepper, one-time beau of Bebe Daniels, broke his own world's record for the null dash twice in two days at the Rice Relays in Houston. His last time was 13½ sec.

Jack Dempsey drew $9,320,944 when he was heavyweight champion, said a statistician last week.

Cliff Bricker of Gait, Ontario, marathon runner, insured his legs, knees, feet, and toes last week for $50,000.

Yale swimmers in their own tank broke the world's record for 400,500, and 600 yards. Yale now holds every swimming record from 200 yards to a mile.

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