Sport: Records: Mar. 12, 1928

In Manhattan, Lloyd Harm, unsmiling Nebraskan, ran four furlongs (880 yards) in 1 minute, 51 and two-fifths seconds, which was three and one-fifths seconds faster than the former world's indoor record for this distance which had stood for 24 years, and four-fifths of a second faster than the outdoor record set by Ted Meredith.

In Kansas, 100 nervous-nosed jackrabbits were packed in crates, railroaded to Aiken, S. C., turned loose, last week, chased by hungry beagle-hounds and by 25 rich society people on horseback.

"To attract attention to Colorado" the Denver Post last week organized...

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