Sport: Runners in the Wind

Some 300 young men representing universities from Ohio to Minnesota outdid themselves in a high wind last week, in the Western Conference track & field championships at Evanston. Two, going with the wind, outdid the world but their records were likely to be officially thrown out. Eight were earmarked for U. S. Olympic notice.

Untypical U. S. athlete is Ohio State's junior, Jack Keller, whose 14 sec. time in the 120-yd. high hurdles beat Percy Beard's A. A. U. record of 14.2 sec. A John Galsworthy enthusiast, 6 ft. 3½ in. tall, gaunt and...

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