Sport: Who Won

¶ Detroit Outfielder Harry Heilmann and Pittsburgh Outfielder Paul ("Big Poison") Waner, niches No. 61 and 62 in baseball's Hall of Fame. Heilmann, who died last July, led the American League batters four times between 1921-27, ended 1923 with a fabulous .403. Waner, in his 20-year career, topped the National League hitters three times (1927, 1934 and 1936).

¶ Don Gehrmann, the season's fastest indoor mile (4:08.4), ahead—as usual—of FBI Man Fred Wilt; in Milwaukee. Earlier, the Rev. Bob Richards pole-vaulted 15 ft. 4 5/8 in., his second-best ever, then missed three tries at beating Cornelius Warmerdam's record of 15 ft. 8½...

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