Sport: Reflected Glory

Even though Calumet Farm's Coaltown has tied the world record for the mile and an eighth, Trainer Ben Jones insists that Coaltown's stablemate, Citation, is better ("He can catch any horse he can see"). Last week, Coaltown proved again just how great Citation must be. At Gulfstream Park, Fla., Coaltown stuck out his long neck and stormed a mile and a quarter in 1:59.8, to tie the world record for that distance too. Other winners:

¶ In the Eastern swimming championships at Princeton, N.J., Olympic champion Joe Verdeur of Philadelphia's La Salle College showed...

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