Sport Notes, Jul. 29, 1929

Track. Whipped by Yale-Harvard last fortnight, the visiting Oxford-Cambridge team last week lost to Princeton-Cornell at Travers Island, N. Y. The Oxford-Cambridge athletes therefore lost both halves of their international meet. In three previous years they had won twice, tied once. Outstanding was the running and jumping of Princeton's Ben Hedges (two firsts, a second, a third).

Fine Fellows. If London's Daily Express has its way, British subjects will not enter the Olympics in 1932.* Britishers, said the Express last week, are tired of the Olympics, would be pleased to get out of them. As a substitute: "An Imperial Olympiad—confined to British...

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