Sport: Higher & Faster

In Iowa City, Jimmy Owen of the University of Iowa ran a world's record 60 yd. in 6.1 sec.

In Madison, Wis., an 18-year-old high-school boy named Robert Packard twice equalled the old record, 6.2 sec.

In Kansas City, Glenn Cunningham, world's No. 1 miler, won a 1,000-yd. race from Elton Brown of the Kansas City Athletic Club.

To Manhattan, 28 colleges sent contestants to compete for the intercollegiate championships in the climactic meet of the indoor track and field season. Manhattan College won, 26½ points to Harvard's 16½. Henry Dreyer of Rhode Island State beat all indoor and outdoor records by...

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