Sport: Who Won

¶ I At Cambridge, Mass., Yale Swimmer John Marshall, a world record in the 440-yd. freestyle. Marshall's time: 4:31, 2/10 of a second under his own year-old record. Against 36 Eastern colleges the Yale team swam off with eight of 14 titles. ¶ At Chicago, Don Gehrmann, the Banker's Mile in 4:09.7, over FBI-man Fred Wilt. The show-stopper in the Chicago Daily News relays: the Rev. Bob Richards' pole-vault of 15 ft. 4¾ in., his highest yet, but still three inches short of Cornelius Warmerdam's world record. ¶ At Kansas City, Hamline...

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