Sport: Scoreboard, Jun. 2, 1958

¶Ohio State's Olympian Glenn Davis was easily the star of the Big Ten track championships at Lafayette, Ind. Running around two turns of the carefully tamped track, Davis was clocked in 0:45.8, tying the 440-yd. world's record set in 1956 by another U.S. Olympian. California's Jim Lea. Davis' performance was all the more impressive since Lea set his mark running out of a chute at Modesto, Calif., was slowed down by only one turn. Big Ten team champion: Illinois. Second: the Hoosiers of Indiana.

¶Swift-running Lincoln Road, the honest little dark bay colt that...

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