Sport: Who Won, May 5, 1941

> California's Les Steers, University of Oregon track man: the high jump in a dual meet with the University of Washington; clearing the bar at 6 ft., 10 25/32 in.; a new world's record; at Seattle. Fortnight before, California's Cornelius War-merdam set a new world's record for the pole vault: 15 ft. 2 5/8 in.

> Coque Bruyere, a twelve-year-old timber topper owned by John Strawbridge of Philadelphia: the Maryland Hunt Cup, classic climax of the U.S. steeplechase season; outjumping Stuart S. Janney's Vaunt in a neck-&-neck finish to the grueling four-mile race; before...

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