Scoreboard: Who Won Feb. 3, 1967

— Texas Southern University's James Hines: the 60-yd. dash at the N.A.I.A. indoor track meet in Kansas City, tying the world indoor record of 5.9 sec. once in a preliminary heat, again in the finals. In a meet at Los Angeles, Jerry Proctor, a 17-year-old from Pasadena, broad-jumped 25 ft. 101 in., and U.S.C.'s Bob Seagren polevaulted 17 ft. 2 in.—1 in. above his own world indoor mark—only to have the leap nullified because his pole fell into the landing pit. > Drin: the 1¼-mile Strub Stakes, first $100,000-added horse race of...

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