Sport: One Meet: Eight Records

For the past three years the U. S. indoor track season has wound up with a Record— Party at Dartmouth's Davis Field House in the New Hampshire hills. For the express purpose of breaking records, the season's fastest runners are annually invited to stretch their legs on its phenomenally fast, six-and-two-thirds-laps-to-the-mile spruce track—with Dartmouth runners acting as pacemakers. There, two years ago, iron legged Glenn Cunningham ran his amazing 4:04.4 mile. Last year Negro John Borican set world's indoor records for a half-mile (1:49.8) and 800 metres (1:49.2). Last week, at Dartmouth's third...

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