Sport: Records: Mar. 19, 1928

In New Haven the N. Y. Athletic Club swimming team broke the world's record for a 300-yard medley relay with a time of 3 min. 9¾ sec.

Reproved for a listless workout in the gym, Jack Sharkey, heavyweight wide-mug challenger, blustered "You didn't hear Caruso yodeling high C's on streetcorners, did you? . . ." In the Pennsylvania station, Manhattan, Enrico Caruso was once heard by the late Critic James Gibbons Huneker singing for a flower girl who had asked for his signature.

Fifteen thousand bowlers met in Kansas City to compete in the annual...

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