Sport: Who Won, Jun. 2, 1941

¶ Four University of California trackmen (John Reese, Grover Klemmer, Dick Peter, Clarence Barnes): two-mile relay, feature race of Los Angeles' brand-new Coliseum Relays, in 7 min., 34.5 sec.; breaking by 1.3 sec. the world's record set by a team of U.S. Olympic stars (Hornbostel, Young, Williamson, Woodruff) at London in 1936.

¶ Harvard's slick-skimming varsity crew: the Charles River Regatta, last sprint race of the Eastern college rowing season; defeating Princeton, Cornell and Syracuse over a 1¾-mile course; on Boston's Charles River. Only undefeated varsity crew in the East, Harvard is favored to...

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