Sport: Records at Princeton

Cunningham, Bonthron and Venzke are three names known to all U. S. track addicts. Last week 40,000 eyes focused on this talented trio of milers as they jogged around Princeton's sun-baked track in the first lap of the Amateur Athletic Union's 1,500-metre championship run. Suddenly a tiny group intent on the pole vault let out a roar. What had happened, spectator asked spectator? A husky, blond San Franciscan by the name of George Varoff, they learned, had just twisted over the bar at the incredible height of 14 ft., 6½ in. By the time...

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