Sport: Records: May 7, 1928

Eleonora Sears, sturdy-legged Boston woman, walked with a brisk, skipping step from Newport to Boston (74 miles) in 17 hours.

In New Haven, the Yale baseball nine scored 27 runs against Catholic University which scored zero.

In Atlanta, Iowa, the high school team made 92 hits (16 of them homers) in a game with Griswold, scored 109 runs. Griswold scored zero.

In Manhattan, Jimmy Walthour Jr., amateur bicycle champion of the U. S., signed a professional contract in which there was a clause forbidding him to marry for six years. He is not to be confused with his cousin Bobby Walthour Jr., professional rider,...

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