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Wón. Lost.
1880–Chicago

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1881-Chicago .
1882–Chicago ..
1883-Boston.
1884-Providence
1885-Chicago
1886–Chicago ..
1887-Detroit ...
1888-New York.
1889-New York.....
1890-Brooklyn ....
1891-Boston ...
1892-Boston ...
1893-Boston ..
1894-Baltimore
1895–Baltimore
1896-Baltimore
1897—Boston ...
1898-Boston ...
1899–Brooklyn
1900—Brooklyn
1901-Pittsburg

..... 90
1902–Pittsburg

.103 1903— Pittsburg

....... 91 1904–New York.

..106 1905-New York

.....105 1906–Chicago .....

.......116 1907-Chicago

. 107 AMERICAN LEAGUE. STANDING OF THE CLUBS.

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TWENTY LEADING BATSMEN IN 1907.

G. AB. R. H. 2B. 3B. 4B. Pet. Wagner, Pitts........142 515 98 180 38 14 6 .350 Magee, Phil..........139 503 75 165 28 12 4 .328 Beaumont. Bos.......149 580 67 187 19 14 4 .322 Leach, Pitts..........149 547 102 166 19

.303 McGann, N. Y........ 81 262 2978 9

.298 Seymour, N. Y......126 473 46 139 25

.294 Chance, Chi...... ....109 382 58 112 19 2 Mitchell, Cin..

64 163 17

.292 Wolter, Cin...

63 5
18

.292 Clarke, Pitts.........144 501 97 145

.289 McLean, Cin..........101 374 35 108 9

.289 Schulte, Chi.......... 92 342 44 98

.287 Kling, Chi... ...100 334 44 95 15 8 1 .284 Lynch, Pitts., N Y. 19393 11

.282 Paskert, Cin...... .. 16 50 10 14 4

.280 Brain, Bos............133 509 60 142 24

.279 Hoffman, Bos.

86 17 24 3 1 0 Devlin, N. Y..... ....143 491 61 136 16

.277 Osborn, Phil.......... 37 163 22 45 2

.276 Titus, Phil............142 523 72 144 23 12

12 3 .275
CHAMPION BATTERS SINCE 1876.
Batter and club.

Average. 1876—Barnes, Chicago.....

.403 1877—White, Boston...... 1878-Dalrymple, Milwaukee..

.380 1879—Anson, Chicago...

.407 1880—Gore, Chicago....... 1881-Anson, Chicago.....

.393 1882-Brouthers, Buffalo.

.367 1883-Brouthers, Buffalo..

.371 1884-O'Rourke, Buffalo..

.350 1885–Connor, New York.

.371 1886–Kelly, Chicago......

.398 1887–Maul, Philadelphia.

.343 1888–Anson, Chicago...... 1889-Brouthers, Boston....

.313 1890-Luby, Chicago.......

.342 1891–Hamilton, Boston...

.338 1892–Brouthers, Boston..

.335 1893-Stenzel, Pittsburg...

.409 1894–Duffy, Boston......

.438 1895-Burkett, Cleveland...

.438 1896—Burkett, Cleveland.

.419 1897-Keeler, Baltimore....,

.417 1898–Keeler, Baltimore.....

.387 1899–Delehanty. Philadelphia

408 1900—Wagner, Pittsburg. 1901-Burkett, St. Louis......

.382 1902-Beaumont, Pittsburg...

.367 1903—Wagner, Pittsburg....... 1904–Wagner, Pittsburg...

.349 1905-Seymour, Cincinnati..

377 1906-Wagner, Pittsburg......

.339 1907–Wagner, Pittsburg......

.350
CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD.
Club.

Won. Lost. Pct. 1876-Chicago .................. 52

.788 1877-Boston

... 31

.648 1878-Boston ..

.707 1879-Providence,...

.705

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Philadelphia.. 5199
Chicago.......ORIES
Cleveland..... 3990
New York.....mais
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13 14 16 18 Philadelphia

9 14 14 17

.607 Chicago......

16 11 15 .576 Cleveland

.559 New York.....

8 12 15— 70 .473 St. Louis....... 8 6 6 10 14 – 12 13— 49 .453 Boston ......

.396 Washington ... 4 4 6 7 7 9 12 - 49.323 Lost .........58 57 64 67 78 83 90 102—599 TWENTY LEADING BATSMEN IN 1907.

G. AB. R. H. 2B, 3B.4B.TB. Pct. Cobb. Detroit....150 606 98 212 27 15 5 284 .350 Crawford, Det...144 581 102 188 33 17 4 267 .323 Stone, St. L. ....156 594 76 187 12 12 4 235 .315 Flick, Cleve......146 537 76 168 17 18 3 230 .313 Orth, N. Y...... 38 106 12 33 6 0 1 42

.311 Clymer, Wash... 52 214 31 67

1 86 .308 Killian, Detroit. 43 122 16

5 4 0 50 .303 Lajoie, Cleve....136 510 54 153 326 2 203 .300 Niles, St. L.....115 481 66

.295 Nichols, Phil.....117 460 74 134 10 0 148 291 Chase, N. Y..... 125 495 72 142 22 2 176 .287

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G. AB. R. H. 2B. 3B.4B.TB. Pct. league defeated the Philadelphia American league Pickering, St. L.149 571 62 162 15 10 0 197 284 club in four out of five games. No world's chamMcIntyre, Det... 20 816 23 1 1 0 26 .284 pionship games were played in 1904. In 1906 the Oldring, Phil....117 446 47 126 26 9 1 173 Chicago American league team defeated the ChiDeleh'ty, Wash..135 509 52 144 21 9 1 186 .283 cago Nationals in four out of six games. Anderson, Wash. 86 330 33 93 13 4 0 114 .282 Milan, Wash..... 45 175 22 493 3 0 58.280

LONGEST GAMES IN 1907. Spencer, St. L... 62 225 26 63 10 1 1 78 .280 American League-Sept. 30: Detroit, 9; Philadel Lowe, Det....... 16 36 2 10 2 0 0 12

phia, 9; seventeen innings. July 15: Boston, 5; Hickman, Chi... 62 230 23 64 14 4 i 88 .279 St. Louis, 2; sixteen innings. CHAMPION BATTERS SINCE 1900.

National League-May 30: Cincinnati, 7; St. Louis, Club. 1

Pet.

5; fifteen innings. June 6: Cincinnati, 4; Brook

lyn, 4; fifteen innings. 1900-Dungan, Kansas City ..... 1901-Lajoie, Philadelphia......

.422

RECORD OF NO-HIT GAMES. 1902-Delehanty, Washington..

.376

1879-Richmond (Worcester) vs. Cleveland. 1903-La joie, Cleveland.

.355

1880-Corcoran (Chicago) vs. Boston. 1904-Lajoie, Cleveland....

.381

Galvin (Buffalo) vs. Worcester. 1905–Lajoie, Cleveland...

.329

1882-Corcoran (Chicago) vs. Worcester. 1906–Stone, St. Louis......

1883-Radbourne (Providence) vs. Cleveland. 1907-Cobb, Detroit........

Daly (Cleveland) vs. Philadelphia.
CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD.

1884—Corcoran (Chicago) vs. Providence.
Club.

Won. Lost. Pct. Galvin (Buffalo) vs. Detroit.. 1900-Chicago ...

53 .607 1885–Clarkson (Chicago) vs. Providence. 1901-Chicago

53 .610

Ferguson (Philadelphia) vs. Providence, 1902-Philadelphia

.610

1887-Seward (Philadelphia) vs. Brooklyn. 1903-Boston

.659

Weyhing (Philadelphia) vs. Baltimore. 1904–Boston

.617 1891-Lovett (Brooklyn) vs. New York. 1905-Philadelphia

.622

Rusie (New York) vs. Brooklyn. 1906-Chicago

.616 1892-Stivetts (Boston) vs. Brooklyn. 1907-Detroit

...92

.613

Jones (Pittsburg) vs. Cincinnati.

1893–Hawke (Baltimore) vs. Washington. WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES.

1897—Young (Cleveland) vs. Cincinnati. The Chicago National league and the Detroit

1898-Hughes (Baltimore) vs. Boston. American league baseball teams, champions in

Breitenstein (Cincinnati) vs. Pittsburg. their respective associations, played for the cham

Donahue (Philadelphia) vs. Boston. pionship of the world in Chicago October, 1907,

1899---Phillippe (Louisville) vs. Washington. with the following result:

Willis (Boston) vs. New York.

1900-Hahn (Cincinnati) vs. Philadelphia. AT CHICAGO, OCT. 8.

1901-Mathewson (New York) vs. St. Louis. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R.H.E.

1902-Callahan (Chicago) vs. Detroit. Chicago ....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-3 10 5

1903-Fraser (Philadelphia) vs. Chicago. Detroit .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0–3 9 3

1904-Young (Boston) vs. Philadelphia. Batteries-Reulbach-Overall-Kling, Chicago; Dono

Tannehill (Boston) vs. Chicago. van-Schmidt, Detroit.

1905-Mathewson (New York) vs. Chicago. AT CHICAGO, OCT. 9.

Henley (Philadelphia) vs. St. Louis. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.H.E.

Smith (Chicago) vs. Detroit. Chicago ....

Dineen (Boston) vs. Chicago. Detroit ......

..........0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 9 1 1906-Eason (Brooklyn) vs. St. Louis. Batteries-Pfiester-Kling, Chicago; Mullin-Payne,

Lush (Philadelphia) vs. Brooklyn. Detroit.

1907-Pfeffer (Boston) vs. Cincinnati. AT CHICAGO, OCT. 10.

Maddox (Pittsburg) vs. Brooklyn.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.H.E.

IN OTHER LEAGUES.
Chicago ..............0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 *-5 11 1
Detroit ...... ....0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1 6 0

The record of games won and lost and the perBatteries-Reulbach-Kling, Chicago; Siever-Kil

centages of the clubs in the other leading baselian-Schmidt, Detroit.

ball associations in 1907 follow:
AT DETROIT, OCT. 11.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. }

W. L. Pct. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.H.E.

W. L. Pet. Joplin .....

....71 64 526 Chicago ..............0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 1-6 7 1

Columbus ....90 64

70.481

584 | Webb City....65 0 Detroit 0

92 ...............0 1

.333 0 0 0 0 0-1 6

Toledo

65 2

.......88 579 Springfield ...46 Batteries - Overall - Kling, Chicago; Donovan

Minneapolis ..79 73.520 | Leavenworth..29 108 212 Schmidt, Detroit.

Kansas City..78 76.510 SOUTHERN LEAGUE.

Louisville ....77 77 .500
AT DETROIT, OCT. 12.

Atlanta ......78 54 .591

Indianapolis ..73 80.477 Memphis .....74 57 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.H.E.

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Milwaukee ...71 83.461 New Orleans..68 66 .507 Chicago ..............1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 7 0 St. Paul.......58 96 .377 Detroit

Little Rock...66 66.500 ......

....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 7 2 Batteries--Brown-Kling,

Birmingham
WESTERN LEAGUE.

.61 71 Chicago; Mullin-Archer,

.474

Shreveport ...62 70.470

Omaha .......84 63.571 Detroit.

Montgomery .62 71 .466 ATTENDANCE AND RECEIPTS.

Lincoln .......79 63.556

Nashville ....59 78 .431 Game.

Attendance. Receipts.

Des Moines...76 63.547 First

Denver .......68 .......24,377

THE I. 1. I. LEAGUE.

75 $29,162.50

.476

Pueblo .......66 74 471 Rock Island...85 47 .644 Second ...

......21.901 26,430.00 Third .....

Sioux City....56 91 .381 Decatur ......80 47.639

......13, 114 16,212.50 Fourth ... ......11.306

Springfield ...81 50.619

17,285.50 EASTERN LEAGUE. Fifth

Peoria .......77 52.597 .... ...... 7,370 12,638.00 Toronto ......83 51 .619

Cedar Rapids. 72. 60.545

Buffalo ...... 59.353 Totals ....

Clinton .......53 78.405 .......78,068 101,728.50 Providence ..72 63 .533

Bloomington .51 79.392 Ten per cent of the gross receipts went to the

Newark ......67 66.504

Dubuque .....22 109.169 national commission for expenses and of the re

New Jersey... 67 66 504

Baltimore ....68 69.495 mainder 60 per cent to the players and 40 per cent

CENTRAL LEAGUE. to the club owners.

Rochester ....59 76
Of the players' share the

Springfield ...86 49.637 437

Wheeling ....77 57 winning team

Montreal .....46 85 .351

575 took 60 per cent and the losing

Canton .......69 team 40 per cent.

WESTERN ASSOCIATION.

.513 In 1903 the Boston American league team won

Evansville ....68 69 .496

Wichita ......98 35 737 Dayton .......66 .480 the world's championship by defeating the Pitts Okla. City....86 54 .614 | Terre Haute..65 72.174 burg National league club, taking five out of eight Hutchinson ...77 59.566 Grand Rapids.60 76 games. In 1905 the New York team of the National | Topeka .......75 65,536 | South Bend...53 86

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OTHER PENNANT WINNERS.

colleges in 1907 and played an independent sched. League.

Club. ule. New York State league.. ......... ..... Albany, N. Y. In the above list only the games played with New England league...... .... Worcester, Mass. each other by the nines represented are included. Connecticut league..

.Holyoke, Mass. Williams made a western trip in 1907 with the Cotton States league... .......... Mobile, Ala. following result: May 16, Williams 0, Michigan Texas league.....

...... Austin, Tex. 0, 13 innings; May 17, Illinois 3, Williams 2; May South Atlantic league..

.. Charleston, S. C. 18, Williams 4, Chicago 2. Iowa State league......

.. Waterloo, Iowa Interstate league......

.... Erie, Pa.

BASEBALL FIELD-DAY RECORDS. Ohio-Pennsylvania league... Youngstown, 0. Made at Cincinnati, O., Sept. 11, 1907. Virginia league......

......Danville, Va.

Long-distance fungo hitting-M. F. Mitchell, out. Northwestern league..

. Aberdeen, S. D.

fielder, Cincinnati, 413 ft. 812 in Kansas State league.

.Bartles ville, Okla.

Long-distance throwing-Sheldon Lejeune, outfieldSouth Michigan league..

Tecumseh, Mich.

er, Springfield, O., 399 ft. 1094 in. (Record held

..........Freeport, Ill. Wisconsin league.........

by John Hatfield, 400 ft. 712 in., made in 1872.) Copper Country league..

... Winnipeg, Man.

Circling the bases-Wallace 0. Clement, outfielder, Western Canada league......... Medicine Hat, Alta,

Jersey City, N. J., :1445. Tri-State league..

Williamsport, Pa.

Running out fair bunt to first base-John Thoney, . West Pennsylvania league...... Fairmount, W. Va.

outfielder, Toronto, Ont., :03%. Penn.-Ohio-Md. league..

... Steubenville, 0. Gulf Coast league.......

.Lake Charles, La.

Accurate throwing to second by catchers-Won by

George Gibson, Pittsburg, Pa. Eastern Illinois league.

... Mattoon, Ill. South Carolina league..

..Camden, S. C.

LONGEST GAME ON RECORD. Atlantic league..........

... Reading, Pa. The longest baseball game on record was played Empire State league........

..Oswego, N. Y. by nines representing the Pierce and Bennett Indiana-Ohio league....................Decatur, Ind. schools in Boston Saturday, June 8, 1907. TwentyCOLLEGE BASEBALL IN 1907.

eight innings were required to decide the contest,

Pierce winning by a score of 4 to 3.
EASTERN UNIVERSITIES.

AMATEUR ATHLETIC RECORDS.

CENTRAL WEST.

Compiled by Martin B. Herbert, official handiCLUB

capper Central association of the A. A. U.) 35-yard run-:04,* Clyde A. Blair, University of

Chicago gymnasium, Feb. 22, 1902, and May 8, 1902; also University of Wisconsin gymnasium, Madison, Wis., March 16, 1902; also W. Hogenson,

University of Chicago, and Frank Waller, L'ni Princeton.

versity of Wisconsin, at University of Wisconsin Harvard ...

gymnasium, Madison, Wis., March 18. 1905. Brown..

40-yard run-:0435,* C. Bell and E. C. English, Cornell......

Notre Dame, Ind., March 9, 1901; William BorYale........

den, 1st regiment armory, Chicago, March 30, Holy Cross Pennsylvania..

1901; Clyde A. Blair, 1st regiment armory, ChicaAmherst.......

go, Feb. 6, 1902; Walter Eckersall, at 1st regi

1903;

ment armory, Chicago, Feb. 28, Williams ......

Archie Dartmouth..

Hahn, at Ann Ardor, Mich., May 15, 1902; also West Point....

E. D. Staples, Notre Dame, Ind., at Notre Dame Columbia..

University gymnasium, March 15, 1902. Annapolis.......

45-yard run-:05%. Clyde Blair and Victor Rice, at Georgetown......

Üniversity of Chicago gymnasium, Feb. 13, 1904.

50-yard run-:05%. * C. Bell, Coliseum, St. Louis, Games lost......... 0 6 0 2 9 41 71 71 4 5 1 5 1'i Mo., March 8, 1902; Walter Eckersall, Cincinnati,

0., Feb. 26, 1903; Victor Rice, at University of The annual Yale Harvard series resulted: June

Chicago gymnasium, Feb. 20, 1904. 20: Harvard, 2; Yale, 1. June 25: Yale, 14; Har | 75-yard run-:073. Archie Hahn, Milwaukee A. C vard, 6. June 30: Harvard, 7; Yale, 2.

at Milwaukee Exposition building, March 11, 1905, WESTERN UNIVERSITIES.

in trial and final heats 100 yards-:09%, J. H. Rush, C. A. A., Parkside

field, Chicago, June 18, 1898; C. W. Stage, Cleveland A. C., at Cleveland, O., Sept. 2, 1893; J.

V. Crum, Chicago A. A., at Chicago, June 15, 1895.

150 yards-:17, C. s. Borden, Tattersall's, Chicago, CLUB

March 5, 1898. 220-yard run-:214%. G. C. Poage, University of Illi

nois field, straightaway path, Champaign, Ill.,

May 16, 1902. 300-yard run-:333, Harry H. Bascom, Chicago

Hyde Park high school, Tattersall's, Chicago, Notre Dame..

March 5, 1898. Illinois .....

440-yard run-:4935. G. C. Poage, University of IlliMinnesota

nois field, third of a mile path, Champaign, Ill., Indiana

May 16, 1902; :494. Ed Merrill, Marshall field, Chicago .....

quarter of a mile path, Chicago, Ill., June 1, 1901. Wisconsin

600 yard run-1:152. G. C. Holland, Coliseum, 630 Michigan*

street, Chicago, May 12, 1897. Iowa..

880-yard run-1:57, J. D. Lightbody, University of Beloit..

Chicago, at Ann Arbor, Mich., May 20, 1905.
Purdue...
Wabash

1,000-yard run-2:36. C. McCully, University of IlliNorthwestern..

nois, Champaign, Dec. 14, 1902. De Pauw.......

1-mile run-4:25. J. D. Lightbody, University of Lake Forest

Chicago, at Marshall field, Chicago, June 3, 1905. Nebraska.......

2-mile run–9:50, F. A. Rowe, University of Michi

gan, at Marshall field, Chicago, June 3, 1905. Games lost......... 21 11 2 4 6 4 1 1 3 6 4 71 41 5 555 5-mile run-27:52, Orville Page, Lewis institute, at

Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1906, on a pine board *Michigan was out of the western conference banked track, 10 laps to a mile.

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1-mile walk-6:46%, W. B. Fetterman, Parkside (H. Groman, W. Barker, R. Quigley, C. A. Blair).

field, Chicago, June 23, 1898; 7:00, J. Bredstein, at Marshall field, June 3, 1905. Ravenswood field, Chicago, June 23, 1900.

* American amateur records. 40-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles. 3 ft. 6 in. high INDOOR RECORDS, CENTRAL ASSOCIATION, A. A. U. :0526. Fred G. Moloney, University of Chicago, at

[Compiled by Martin B. Herbert, official handicapUniversity of Chicago old gymnasium, Feb. 15,

per Central association.] 1902; also M. B. Herbert, First Regiment A. A.,

35-yard run-:04, Clyde A. Blair, twice at Univerat ist regiment armory, March 29, 1902. This is

sity of Chicago gymnasium, Chicago, Feb. 22, world's record.

1902, and same place May 8, 1902; also at Univer45-yard hurdle race, 4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in.-:0645,

sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., May 16, 1902 Walter Steffen, at University of Chicago gymna (ali on floor); W. Hogenson, University of Chisium, Feb. 27, 1904.

cago, and Frank Waller, University of Wiscon50-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in.-:0645,

sin, twice at Madison, Wis., March 18, 1905. Mark Catlin, University of Chicago, at Bartlett

40-yard run-:0435, C. Bell and E. C. English, at gymnasium, March 4, 1905, on rubber mat; L. C.

Notre Dame, Ind., March 9, 1901, on turf; WilBailey, Chicago Y. M. C. A., Cincinnati, O.. liam Borden, at ist regiment armory, Chicago. March 10, 1906.

March 30, 1901, on maple floor; Clyde A. Blair, 50-yard low hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

at ist regiment armory, Chicago, Feb. 6, 1902; -:0615. Walter Steffen, University of Chicago,

Archie Hahn, at University of Michigan gynna. at Bartlett gymnasium, Feb. 10, 1906, on rubber sium, Ann Arbor, Feb. 15, 1902; Walter Eckersall, mat.

Hyde Park high school, 1st regiment armory, 60-yard low hurdle race, 4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

Chicago, Feb. 28, 1903; E. D. Staples, Notre -:07, Mark Catlin, University of Chicago, at Chi Dame gymnasium, March 15, 1902, on turf. cago Coliseum, March 28, 1905; W. A. Draper,

45-yard run-:0545, Clyde Blair and V. S. Rice, UniChicago A. A., at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, versity of Chicago, at Bartlett gymnasium, Chi 1905; Walter Steffen, First Regiment A, A., at

cago, Feb. 13. 1904, on rubber mat. Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1905; Frank Waller,

50-yard run-:0524, * Walter Eckersall, at CincinUniversity of Wisconsin, at Chicago Coliseum, nati, O., Feb. 26, 1903; Victor Rice, at Chicago, March 28, 1905.

Feb. 20, 1904. 60-yard high hurdle race, 4 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in.-:08, 60-yard run-:06%, C. L. Parson, University of Wis

Walter Steffen, First Regiment A. A., at Chi consin at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1906. cago Coliseum, March 28, 1905. .

75-yard run-:0735, Archie Hahn, Milwaukee A C 75-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

at Milwaukee Exposition building, March 11, 1905, :08%. * Fred G. Moloney, Exposition building, Mil in trial and final heat. waukee, March 1, 1902."

100-yard run-:10, A. B. Potter, at Coliseum, 630 75-yard hurdle race, 6 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high

street, Chicago, May 14, 1897, on pine floor, :094, * F. W. Schule, Milwaukee A. C., at M

straight course. waukee Exposition building, March 5, 1904.

150-yard run-:17. C. S. Borden, at Tattersall's, 120-yard hurdle race, 10 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in, high

Chicago, March 5, 1898, on floor around half-cir:15%, * A. C. Kraenzlein, Parkside field, Chicago, cle on end. June 18, 1898; :1525. Fred G. Moloney, Marshall 220-yard run-:2345, P. J. Corcoran, at Notre Dame, field, Chicago, May 31, 1902; :1545, F. Smithson, Ind., March 9, 1901, on gymnasium turf course, University of Notre Dame, Marshall field, Chi

one and one-half laps; also same place and track, cago, June 1, 1907, strong wind on back of runner. E. D. Staples, Notre Dame, March 15, 1902. 220-yard hurdle race, 10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

300-yard run-:3335. Harry H. Bascom, at Tatter:244. Fred G. Moloney, University of Illinois sall's Chicago, March 5, 1898, on floor, around cirfield, Champaign, straightaway course, May 5, cular ends. 1902; :25, M. Bockman, Marshall field, Chicago, 440-yard run-:514, Merriam, University of Chica. around half circle at start, June 1, 1901.

go, at Tattersall's, Chicago, March 13, 1907, on 300-yard hurdle race, 10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high 10-lap wooden track; :52, Frank Waller, Univer

:363%. * A. C. Kraenzlein, Coliseum, 63d street, sity of Wisconsin, at Milwaukee Exposition build Chicago, May 12, 1897.

ing, March 11, 1905, around two wooden banked Pole vault for height-12 ft. 47. in., * Leroy Samse,

turns. University of Indiana, at conference meet, Evans 600-yard run-1:152, G. G. Holland, at Coliseum, ton, Ill., June 2, 1906.

63d street, Chicago, May 12, 1897, on pine floor. Running high jump-6 ft. 14 in., I. K. Baxter, 880-yard run-1:5936. Harry Buechler, Chicago Y. M.

Parkside field, Chicago, June 18, 1898; J. Fuhrer, C. A., at Chicago Coliseum, March 27, 1906, on at Madison, Wis., May 21, 1904: 5 ft. 117 in.,

pine circular banked track, 10 laps to a mile. Otto Kaecke, First Regiment A. A., Milwaukee, 1,000-yard run-2:36, C. McCully, University of IlliMarch 7, 1903.

nois, at Champaign, Dec. 14, 1902, on gymnasium Standing high jump—5 ft. 31, in.. Raymond C.

circular banked track. Ewry, Lafayette, Ind., May 29, 1896.

1-mile run-4:24, J. Lightbody, University of ChiRunning broad jump-23 ft. 7 in.. Mayer Prinstein, cago, at Tattersall's, Chicago, March 13, 1907,

Parkside field, Chicago, June 23. 1898; 23 ft. 61, on 10-lap wooden track. in., E. A. Reber, Detroit A. C. field, Detroit, 2-mile run-9:5645, Fred Hall, University of ChicaJuly 8, 1891.

go, at Madison, Wis., March 14, 1903, gymnasium Standing broad jump—11 ft., Roy Ewry, Coliseum, circular track. 63d street, Chicago, May 12, 1897.

5-mile run-27:52, Orville Page, Lewis institute, at Putting 12-lb. shot, 7-ft. circle-56 ft. 292 in., * Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1906, on pine circuRalph Rose, Ann Arbor, March 19, 1904.

lar banked 10 laps to a mile track. Putting 16-lb. shot, 7-ft. circle-48 ft. 7 in.,* Ralph | 1-mile walk-7:0634, Joseph Bredstein, at Exposi. Rose, at Chicago, May 21, 1904.

tion building, Milwaukee, Wis., March 3, 1900, Throwing 12-1b, hammer, 4-ft. handle over all, 7 on pine floor, 11 laps ft. circle-185 ft. 544 in., Lee Talbott, manual 40-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. hightraining high school, Kansas City, Mo., at Mar :0535. Fred G. Moloney, University of Chicago, at shall field, Chicago, June 9, 1906.

Chicago, university old gymnasium, Feb. 15, 1902; Throwing 16-1b. hammer, 4-ft. handle over all, 7-ft. also Ñ. B. Herbert, First Regiment A. A., at ist circle--163 ft., A. Plaw, Ravenswood field, Chica regiment armory, Chicago, March 29, 1902. This go, June 23, 1900; with one hand, 159 ft. 11 in., is world's record. E. E. Parry, University of Chicago, at Marshall 45-yard hurdle race, 4 hurdles. 2 ft. 6 in.-:0644, field, Chicago, June 30, 1906.

Walter Steffen, North Division high school, at Throwing 56-lb. weight, 7-ft. circle-32 ft. 284 in., University of Chicago gymnasium, Feb. 27, 1904.

J. S. Mitchell, New York Athletic club, Milwau 50-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. highkee, Sept. 11, 1903.

:0645, Mark Catlin, University of Chicago, at Throwing the discus, 412 lbs., throw in 7-ft. cir Bartlett gymnasium, March 4, 1905; L, C. Bailey.

cle--140 ft. 23. in., J. C. Garrels, University of Chicago Y. M. C. A., at Cincinnati, O., March Michigan, at Marshall field, Chicago, June 3, 1905. 10, 1906. 12-mile relay (4 men)-1:34, Detroit university | 50-yard low-hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. highschool, at Ann Arbor, Mich.. May 27, 1905.

:0612. Walter Steffen, University of Chicago, at 1-mile relay (4 men)-3:2645, University of Chicago Bartlett gymnasium, Feb. 10, 1906.

60-yard high-hurdle race, 4 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high

-:08, W. W. Taylor, Hyde Park high school, at 7th regiment armory (Tattersall's), April 26, 1906: Walter Steffen, First Regiment A. A., at Chi

cago Coliseum, March 28, 1905. 60-yard low-liurdle race. 4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

-:07, Mark Catlin, University of Chicago, at Chi. cago Coliseum, March 28, 1905; Walter Steffen, First Regiment A. A., at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1905; Frank Waller, University of Wis

consin, at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1906. 75-yard high-hurdle race, 6 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in, high

- :0945. W. F. Schule, at Milwaukee Exposition building, March 5, 1904. 75-yard low-hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

-:0835. Fred G. Moloney, at Exposition building, Milwaukee, Wis., March 1, 1902, on pine floor. 300-yard hurdle race, 10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

:3635. A. Kraenzlein, at Coliseum, 63d street, Chi

cago, May 12, 1897, on pine floor.
Pole vault for height-11 ft. 7 in., Sidney Grear,

University of Illinois, at Tattersall's, Chicago,
March 13, 1907.
Standing high jump-5 ft. 3 in., Raymond C. Ewry,

at Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago, May 12, 1897. Running high jump-5 ft. 117. in., Otto Kaecke,

First Regiment A. A., at Exposition building,
Milwaukee, Wis., March 7, 1903.
Standing broad jump-11 ft., Raymond C. Ewry,

Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago, May 13, 1897.
Running broad jump-21 ft. 10 in., c. M. Thomp-

son, at Notre Dame, Ind., March 9, 1901, in gym

nasium, on turf.
Putting 12-lb. shot, 7-ft. circle-46 ft. 3 in., Garry
Williamson, Morgan Park academy, at Chicago

Coliseum, March 28, 1906.
Putting 16-lb. shot, 7-ft. circle-48 ft. 5 in., Ralph

Rose, Chicago A. A., at Milwaukee Exposition
building, March 11, 1905.
Throwing discus, 41 lbs.. 7-ft. circle--99 ft. 6 in..

J. Mitchell, Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago, May

12, 1897. 1-mile relay (4 men)-3:3035, Chicago Y. M. C. A.

(C. Johnson, George Lundell, Ed Larson, Q. H. Powell), at Milwaukee Exposition building, cir. cular ends banked pine track.

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HIGH-SCHOOL RECORDS. Best performances by Cook county athletes in championship contests, 1890-1907. Data compiled by M. B. Herbert, handicapper Central association, A. A. U. . 50-yard run-:0535. W. Merrill, Englewood, at Mar

shall field, May 27, 1905. 100-yard run-:10%, W. Merrill, Englewood, at Mar

shall field, May 27, 1905; also F. Kuhn, Wendell

Phillips, at Marshall field, June 15, 1907. 220-yard run-:23, Roy W. Albertson, Lake View, at Marshall field, June 24, 1899; also F. Kuhn, Wen

dell Phillips, at Marshall field, June 15, 1907. 440-yard run-:5325, J. L. Barker, Evanston, at Ra

venswood, June 14, 1902; A. W. Bohnsack, Lake

View, at Marshall field, June 16, 1906. 880-yard run-2:044. T. Timblin, McKinley, at Mar

shall field, June 15, 1907. 1-mile run-4:4345, Robert Brown, Evanston, at Ra

venswood, June 9, 1900. 12-mile walk-3:38, L. J. Byrne, Englewood, at Mar

shall field, June 24, 1899. 120-yard high hurdles-:1645. W. W. Taylor, Hyde

Park, at Marshall field, June 16, 1906.
220 yard low hurdles-:2745, E. S. Soloman, Engle-

wood, at Ravenswood, June 15; 1901; C. Way.
Hyde Park, at Marshall field, May 27, 1905; also
H. Wampler, University high, at Marshall field,
June 15, 1907.
Pole vault-11 ft. 3 in., C. Morris, Englewood, at

Marshall field, June 24, 1904.
Running high jump-5 ft. 812 in., E. E. Quantrell,

Northwest Division, at Ravenswood, June 15, 1901.
Running broad jump-21 ft. 9 in., Harrison, Crane,

at Marshall field, May 27, 1905.
Putting 16-lb. shot-33 ft. 892 in., W. L. Sheppard,

Hyde Park, at 35th street and Wentworth ave.
Due, June 16, 1894.
Putting 12-1b. shot--44 ft. 91 in., Robert Maxwell,

Englewood, at Ravenswood. June 14, 1902.
Throwing 12-1b, hammer-137 ft. 8 in., R. Andrews,
English high, at Ravenswood, June 15, 1901.

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