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Milt Green Will be shooting for a world's record this Saturday night at the New York Millrose games, in which he and Tony Bliss, Crimson half-miler, are Eddie Farrell's only two entrants. Green, who tied the record in the 45-yard high hurdles at the Knights of Columbus Meet last Saturday night, is conceded a good chance of lowering the record on the faster track in New York.
Fritz Pollard of Brown will furnish the competition in the high hurdles, and it will be no surprise if both speedsters go over the hurdles in record time. The Brown hurdler was entered in the K, of C. meet on Saturday, but he arrived too late to run in his event.
Bliss, who ran on Harvard's mile relay team at Boston Garden, has since been working out on the longer distances, on which he specialized last year. In this week's workouts, he ran the 600 within one and four fifths seconds of the time which Fuqua, the speedy western runner, made in the K. of C. meet. The favorite in the half-mile will be Elien Brown, Kansan who won the junior national 800-meter title last year in 1:52.02. Though Bliss is not expected to heat Brown, the Harvard runner may take second place.
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