Sport: Who Won, May 11, 1931

¶Jack Keller, Ohio State sophomore: the 120-yd. high hurdles in the Ohio Relays at Columbus in 14.3 sec. This is a world's record but will probably never become official because Keller tipped over two hurdles. Anchored by Keller, the shuttle hurdle team unofficially broke its own world's record with a new time of 1 min. 1.06 sec.

¶ John Dewar's Cameronian, at 100 to 8: the Two Thousand Guineas, on the Newmarket Heath.

¶ Wesley Ferrell, Cleveland pitcher who won 25 games last season: the first no-hit, no-run game pitched in...

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