J. E. Meredith, who graduates from the University of Pennsylvania this month and who already holds several world's records, believes that he can better the mile record of 4 minutes 12 2-5 seconds made by N. S. Taber in the Stadium last July. He has announced that he will run two races at the National A. A. U. Championships in Newark in September, the 440-yard dash and the mile. It will probably be at this meet that he will attempt to establish a new mile record. Several prominent track coaches have expressed the belief that Meredith has it in him to negotiate a mile in faster time than has ever been made.
Another Try to be Made at Record
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