Sport: Brother Act

A set of twins ran identical races last week to pace the University of Michigan to the Western Conference track championship — its seventh in ten years. In a meet at Champaign, Ill., Ross and Bob Hume of Canonsburg, Pa. finished in a deliberate dead heat with clasped hands to share the outdoor mile crown. They are now co-holders of two titles, having split the indoor mile in the same way last winter.

For a wartime meet, it was surprisingly colorful. With Bob running in the 880 and both running in the twomile, the twins...

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