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SHATTERS WORLD RECORD:
Ryun Runs Mile in 3:51.3
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By The Associated Press lowed by Romo at 4:01.4 and Pat
BERKELEY, Calif. - Fabulous Traynor of Long Beach, Calif.,
Jim Ryun, the 19-year-old Kansas 4:02.6.
freshman, smashed the world rec- A crowd of 1,500 stood and
ord for the mile run Sunday with cheered Ryun's effort in the meet,
a 3 minute, 51.3 second clocking which substituted for the sched-
in the All-American track meet at uled United States-Poland duel.
the University of California's Ed- The international meet was can-
wards Stadium. celed when the Poles refused to
All three official watches clock- come because of the United States'
ed Ryun in 3:51.3. action in the Viet Nam war.
Ryun, in a full sprint in the First Yank Since Cunningham
final quarter mile, clipped 2.3 sec- Ryun thus became the first
onds off the record of 3:53.6 es- American holder of the world mile
tablished by Michel Jazy of France record since Glenn Cunningham,
on June 9, 1965. another Kansan, ran a 4:06.8 in
Took Command at Half 1934.
The young Yankee collegian, The incredible youngster, who
described as a psychological phe- runs some 80 miles a week in prac-
nomenon by U.S. team coach Stan tice, had a 3:53.7 mark-just one-
Wright, paced himself through the tenth of a second over Jazy's rec-
first 880 and then took command. ord-at the Compton Invitational
Richard Romo of Texas led at June 4.
the end of the first quarter with Six days later he set the world
Ryun third at 57.7 seconds. Wade record for the half mile at 1:44.9
Bell of Oregon led at the half and also holds the American two-
when Ryun was second at 1:55.4. mile record at 8:25.2. He won the
At the end of the third lap national mile championship June
Ryun, leading, was timed at 2:55.0. 26 in 3:56.6.
He crossed the 1,500 meter mark Amercian 1,500 Mark
in 3:36.1, one-half second behind Ryun's 1,500 mark, the second
the world record of 3:35.6 set by fastest in history, set an American
Herb Elliott of Australia in 1960 record, eclipsing the 3:38.1 by Tom
when he won the Olympic cham- O'Shea of Chicago Loyola in 1964.
pionship at Rome. "I felt a little heavy from 600
Official Times to the half mile, then felt great,"
Ryun's official times by the Ryun said. "I got heavy again after
quarters were 57.7 for both the three-quarters but felt I could set
first and second, 59.6 for the third a record and sprinted in."
and 56.3 for the final quarter. Ryun's tremendous effort in the
Cary Weisiger of San Diego, second afternoon of the All-
Calif., finished second in 3:58 fol- American overshadowed s o m e
. Russia Dominate
Five-N"lation Swim Meet
By The Associated Press Olympic gold medals at Tokyo,
MOSCOW-"Our kids just had turned in the fastest time of his
a little more experience," Coach career in the 100-meter freestyle,
Don Gambril said today after his 53.2 seconds, and won the 200-
great efforts, including two Ameri-
can records by women - Ranae
Bair of San Diego with a javelin
throw of 188' 11" and a time of
2:04.7 by 18-year-old Charlotte
Cooke of." Los Angeles in the
women's 800-meter run.
Michigan Soph Places
Michigan sophomore Francie
Kraker placed third in the 800
with a career best of 2:07.4, bet-
tering her best previous time by
31 / seconds.
Ryun is convinced that "a lot of
runners will be doing the mile in
But trackwise coaches, well
aware how everything jelled per-
fectly for the 19-year-old Ryun's
"miracle run," say that when the
new mark is smashed, it likely will
be by the kid himself.
"My guess is the 3:51.3 record
will stay on the books for a few
years, unless Ryun himself betters
it," said former American Olympic
games coach Brutus Hamilton.
"It is just unbelievable a boy of
19 could do what Jim did here
Sunday. You keep asking yourself
what he'll be doing when he's 25,
if he retains his enthusiasm."
Before the University of Kansas
freshman flew to Los Angeles
Monday with a coterie of other
American track stars for this
week's southland meet, he com-
mented, "My record may not last
through the summer."
"There are runners in Europe
right now who can run the 3:50
mile . . . somebody will beat my
record this year," he said, "but
it won't be me. I've run my last
mile race this year."
The quiet speaking youngster
will run the 1,500tmeters in this
weekend's meet at Los Angeles.
After that, he says, "I'm just go-
ing to sit around and act human."
Vacation Coming Up
Whichhmeans, according to
Wright, that he will take a long
vacation until the cross country
season starts in the fall.
Ryun's attitude, and everything
he says, indicate he has taken his
feat in stride and, while he may
be thinking some of the 1,500 me-
ter event, this is no time to be
talking about what he expects to
Nevertheless, there is a good
chance that he could better Aus-
tralian Elliott's world mark of
3:35.6 if conditions are right.
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American swimming team tookI
an 11-6 unofficial victory over
Russia Sunday. The strong Soviet
squad set two world records in
Gambril called the Soviet team
much improved over their show-
ing at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo
and predicted they would be tough
to beat at the 1968 Olympics.
The U.S. coach, from Pasadena!
City College, said the Soviets
meter freestyle the next day.
Schollander, 20, now a Yale
undergraduate, was hampered by
a bruised left shoulder he thought
might keep him out of competi-
tion. But he said he felt confident
once he hit the water.
Hickcox Takes Two
Charles Hickcox of Phoenix,
Ariz., won two backstroke events.
"It felt too easy," Hickcox, an In-
diana University student, said af-
showed good style and condition- ter winning the 200-meter race Surprised at Time
ing but need work on tactics and in 2:13.0, some 3.7 seconds better Then, after he crossed the fin-
"the kind of experience that can than his previous best. ish line with a lead of about 15
only be gained in international Martha Randall, an 18-year-old yards, he observed "I was quite
competition." Several of the Amer- brunette from Wayne, Pa., won pleased . . . I was surprised it was
icans shot past Soviet rivals with the 100 and the 400-meter free- that fast.
better turns. style events and finished second "When you win a good race, you
'Great Team' to 15-year-old Judy Humbarger of always feel you could have done
Gambril called tne American Miami, Fla., in the 400-meter in- better," he commented when ask-
team "just great. They really rose dividual medley, ed if he thought he could run the
to the occasion." Miss Humbarger took a second distance even faster. He didn't
The American men edged the victory in the 100-meter back- specify what he could have done
Russians 6-4, and the U.S. girls stroke. "My stroke felt pretty to improve his time under what he
coasted by the Soviet women 5-2 good," she admitted later. called "perfect conditions."
according to the unofficial tally.
The Soviets called the two-day NI jor Leacrue Staidiiiys
meet at the open-air Lenin Sta-
dium pool a friendly match be- .VIERICAN LEAG ui* NATIONAL LEAGU:
tween swimmers, not nations. w L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
They kept no team score. Jlalimore 61 32 .656 - Pittsburgh 55 36 .604 -
The Americans unofficially kept Detroit 50 :8 .568 8'z San Francisco 56 37 .602 -
Cleveland 19 44 .551 10 Los Angeles 51 38 .573 3
score by awarding one point to California 49 42 .538 11 Philadelphia 50 41 .549 5
the winner in each event. There Minnesota 43 48 .473 17 houston 45 45 .500 9'
were four American double win- Chicago 42 49 .462 18 Atlanta 44 47 .484 11
Kansas city 41 49 .456 18 St. Louis 43 46 .483 11
ners. New York 41 49 .456 18 Cincinnati 39 50 .438 15
Soviet girls set the world rec- washington 40 53 .430 21 New I ork 39 51 .433 15c..
Boston 39 55 .415 22V Chicago 29 60 .326 25
Ira Posdnyakova, 13, s a.YSTRDAYS RESULTS YESTEKDAY'S RESULTS
Set a Ne w York 6, Minnesota 4 New York 4-6, Houston 1-3
new mark of 2:43.0. in the 200- leveland s, California 1 Alaita! 9, Cincinnati 8
meter breaststroke Saturday. haltimore 5, Chicago 3 San Francisco 3, Pittsburgh 2
Only games scheduled Philadelphia 4, Los Angeles
Galina Prozumenshchikova came 1ODAY'S GAMES St. Louis 7, Chicago 6
back the next day in the 100- Chicago at Cleveland (n) TODAY'S GAMES
meter breaststroke to set a new Minnesota at washington (2, t-n) Cincinnati at Chicago
r1Detroit at Baltimore (n) Philadelphia at Houston (n)
r'ecordOf 1:15.7. Kansas City at New York (i) Atlanta at St. Louis (n)
Don Schollander, who took four Calilornia at Boston (n) only games scheduled
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