Sport: Who Won, Jun. 16, 1941

> California's Cornelius Warmerdam: the pole vault at the sixth annual Compton Track Meet; clearing the bar at 15 ft., 5½ in. for a new world's high; at Compton, Calif. It was the fourth time within a year that he had broken the world's record, but none of his marks will be accepted as official until the war-disbanded International

Amateur Athletic Federation meets once more. Official world's record: 14 ft., 11 in., set in 1938 by California's Earle Meadows and Bill Sefton.

> Warren Wright's Whirlaway, with Eddie Arcaro up: the 73rd running of the Belmont Stakes; defeating Robert Morris by three lengths...

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