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Celtic park, L. I. Sheridan's only opponent was his clubmate, Richard Cotter. Sheridan established a new record of 7,13042 points for the ten events, beating his former record of 6,82042 points, made at Boston two years ago. Dennis Murray of Dublin, Ireland, ; J. J. Dalton of St. Louis and J. J. Mc. Laughlin, 22d regiment, N. G., New York, failed to compete.

WORLD'S RECORDS.
100-yard dash-:0935. A. F. Duffey.
220-yard dash-:2115, B. J. Wefers.*
440-yard run-:47, M. W. Long. *
880-yard run-1:5312, F. S. Hewitt.*
1-mile run-4:1234, W. G. George.
2-mile run-9:0935. A. Schrubb.
4-mile run-19:2326. A. Schrubb.
5-mile run-24:40, J. White.
100-mile run-13:26:30, C. Rowell.
120-yard hurdles-:15%. A. C. Kraenzlein* and J.

C. Garrels. *
220-yard hurdles-:233/5. A. C. Kraenzlein. *
High jump-6 ft. 55 in., M. F. Sweeney.
Broad jump-24 ft. 414 in., A. C. Kraenzlein.*
Standing broad jump-11 ft. 6 in., Ray C. Ewry.*
Pole vault-12 ft. 476 in., Leroy Samse;* 12 ft. 9

in., Minoru Fujii.**
Throwing 16-1b. hammer-172 ft. 242 in., M. P. Mc.

Grath.
Putting 8-lb. shot-67 ft. 7 in., Ralph Rose. *
Putting 12-lb. shot-55 ft. 1134 in., Ralph Rose. *
Putting 14-1b. shot-51 ft. 634 in., Ralph Rose. *
Putting 16-lb. shot-49 ft. 71% in., Ralph Rose. *
Putting 18-lb, shot-43 ft. 91/2 in., Ralph Rose. *
Putting 21-1b. shot-40 ft. 3% in., Ralph Rose.*
Putting 24-1b. shot-38 ft. 234 in., Ralph Rose.*
Throwing discus-140 ft. 23. in., J. C. Garrels. *

* Amateur.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO INTERSCHOLASTIC.

The sixth annual interscholastic athletic tournament of the University of Chicago took place on Marshall field, Chicago, June 8, 1907, and was won by the Mercersburg academy with a total of 38 points. Detroit Central was second with 20, Mor. gan Park third with 18, Lewis institute fourth with 16 and St. Louis Central fifth with 12 points. The winners and best records made at the meet follow: 100-yard dash-H. Claussenius, Lewis, :10. 880-yard run-H. Smith, Detroit Central, 2:0435. 120-yard high hurdles-B. Schnur, Lake Forest,

:1535 (new American interscholastic record). 220-yard dash-R. A. Mills, Morgan Park, :22 (new

University of Chicago interscholastic record). 1-mile run-Paull, Mercersburg, 4:43. 440-yard run (A)-J. Kieffer, St. Louis High, :5345. 440-yard run (B)-R. Black, Mercersburg, :6295. 220-yard low hurdles-R. Craig, Detroit Central, :26. 2-mile run-Ben Oliel, Ann Arbor, 10:283. 14-mile relay race-Won by Detroit Central, :47. Discus throw-Lee Talbott, Mercersburg, 128 ft. 9

in. (new U. of C. interscholastic record). High jump-J. Nicholson, McKinley High, St.

Louis, 5 ft. 8 in, 12-lb. shot put-Lee Talbott, Mercersburg, 50 ft.

11/2 in. (new U. of C. interscholastic record). Broad jump-E. Nicholl, Lewis institute, 21 ft. 8 in. 12-1b. hammer throw-Lee Talbott, Mercersburg.

194 ft. (new U. of C. interscholastic record). Pole vault-C. Freeny, Ida Grove, Iowa, 11 ft. 5 3-16 in. (new American interscholastic record).

PRINCIPAL OLYMPIAN RECORDS. Olympian records to date are as follows: 60-meter run-:04, A. C. Kraenzlein, Archie Hahn

(1904), W. Hogenson (1904). 100 meter run-:104, F. W. Jarvis. 200-meter run-:213. Archie Hahn (1904). 400-meter run-:491, H. Hillman (1904). 1,500-meter run-4:052. James D. Lightbody (1904). 800-meter run-1:56, James D. Lightbody (1904). 2,500-meter steeplechase-7:34, G. W. Orton. 4,000-meter steeplechase-12:582. C. Reinmer, Eng.

land. 110-meter hurdle race-:154, A. C. Kraenzlein. 200-meter hurdle race-:2435, H. Hillman (1904). 400-meter hurdle race-:5735, J. W. B. Tewksbury. Running high jump-6 ft. 245 in., I. K. Baxter. Running broad jump-24 ft. 1 in., M, Prinstein

(1904).

Standing high jump—5 ft. 5 in., Ray C. Ewry. 5:39:02; Livonia, 6:09:23. Oct. 23, New York Standing broad jump-11 ft. 476 in., Ray C. Ewry Yacht club course: Sappho, 4:16:17; Livonia, (1904).

5:11:55. Standing triple jump—36 ft. 1 in., Peter O'Connor 1876-Aug. 11, New York Yacht club course: Made(1906).

leine, 5:23:54; Countess of Dufferin, 5:34:53. Aug. Pole vault-11 ft. 9 in., Leroy Samse (1904).

12, 20 miles to windward off Sandy Hook and reRunning hop, skip and jump-47 ft. 444 in., M. turn: Madeleine, 7:18:46; Countess of Dufferin, Prinstein.

7:46:00. Putting 16-lb. shot-48 ft. 7 in., Ralph Rose (1904).

1881-Nov. 9, New York Yacht club course: Mischief. Throwing 16-lb. hammer-168 ft. 1 in., John Flana

4:17:00; Atalanta, 4:45:3944. Nov. 10, 16 miles to gan (1904).

leeward off Sandy Hook and return; Mischief, Throwing the discus-132 ft., M. J. Sheridan (1904).

4:54:53: Atalanta, 5:33:47. The Olympian games are now held every two

1885-Sept. 14, New York Yacht club course: Puriyears. The 1908 meeting will take place in England.

tan, 6:06:05; Genesta, 6:22:24. Sept. 16, 20 miles MARATHON FOOT RACES.

to leeward off Sandy Hook light and return: The third Marathon foot race under the auspices

Puritan, 5:03:14; Genesta, 5:04:52. of the Illinois Athletic Club of Chicago was run

1886-Sept. 9. New York Yacht club course: May. Saturday, Sept. 21, over the 25-mile course from

flower, 5:26:41; Galatea, 5:38:43. Sept. 11, 20 Ravinia Park to the clubhouse in Michigan ave.

miles to leeward off Sandy Hook light and renue. It was won by Alexander Thibeau of the

turn: Mayflower, 6:49:10; Galatea, 7:18:09. First Regiment Athletic association in 3:00:10. 1887-Sept. 27, New York Yacht club course: VolAlbert L. Corey and J. A. Feltes of the same as unteer, 4:53:18; Thistle, 5:12:4134. Sept. 30, 20 sociation were second and third respectively in miles to windward off Scotland light and return: 3:06:25 and 3:12:00. Record of the event to date: Volunteer, 5:42:5614: Thistle, 5:54:45. Year. Winner.

Time. 1893-Oct. 7. 15 miles to windward off Sandy Hook 1905-Rhud Mizner....

.....3:15:00

light and return: Vigilant, 4:05:47; Valkyrie, 1906-Dennis Bennett.........

...........2:41:33 4:11:35. Oct. 9, triangular 30-mile course, first 1907–Alexander Thibeau.......

......3:00:10 leg to windward: Vigilant, 3:25:01; Valkyrie,

3:35:36. Oct. 13, 15 miles to windward off Sandy Thomas Longboat, a full-blooded Indian from

Hook light and return: Vigilant, 3:24:39; ValHamilton, Ont., won the Boston Athletic associa

kyrie, 3:25:19. tion Marathon race of 25 miles from Ashland to Boston, April 19, 1907, in 2:24:24, beating the rec

1895-Sept. 7, 15 miles to windward and return. ord of 2:29:2835 for the course made by J. J. Mc

east by south off Point Seabright, N. J.: DeCaffrey in 1901. Robert Fowler of Cambridge was

fender, 4:57:55; Valkyrie III., 5:08:44. Sept. 11, second in 2:27:5445 and J. J. Hayes of New York

triangular course, 10 miles in each leg: Vaiwas third in 2:30:3835. There were 102 starters.

kyrie, 3:55:09; Defender, 3:55:56; won by Defender on a foul. Sept. 13. Defender sailed over

course and claimed cup and race; claim allowed. YACHTING.

1899-Oct. 16. 15 miles to windward and return, off THE AMERICA'S CUP.

Sandy Hook: Columbia, 4:53:53; Shamrock,

5:04:07. Oct. 17, triangular course, 10 miles to RECORD OF RACES TO DATE.

a leg: Columbia, 3:37:00; Shamrock snapped its 1851-Aug. 22. In this, the year of the great exhi topmast. Oct. 20, 15 miles to leeward and rebition in London, the Royal Yacht club of Eng turn: Columbia, 3:38:09; Shamrock, 3:43:26. land offered a cup to the winner of a yacht race 1901-Sept. 28, 15 miles to windward and return, around the Isle of Wight. The course was 60 off Sandy Hook: Columbia, 4:30:24; Shamrock miles in length and was won by the schooner II., 4:31:44. Oct. 3, triangular course: Columyacht America, designed by George Steers for bia, 3:12:35; Shamrock II., 3:16:10. Oct. 4, 15

MEASUREMENTS OF COMPETING YACHTS, 1895-1903.

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John C. Stevens of the New York Yacht club. miles to leeward and return: Columbia, 4:32:57; The America was 94 feet over all, 88 feet on the Shamrock II., 4:33:38. water line, 2212 feet beam and 1112 feet draft. 1903-Aug. 22, 15 miles to leeward and return, off There was no time allowance and the compet Sandy Hook: Reliance, 3:31:17; Shamrock III., ing yachts ranged in size from a three-masted 3:41:17. Aug. 25, triangular course, 10 miles to 392-ton schooner, the Brilliant, to the 47-ton cut leg: Reliance, 3:14:54; Shamrock III., 3:18:10. ter, the Aurora, which came in second in the Sept. 3, 15 miles to windward and return: Rerace. The time of the America was 10 hours and liance, 4:28:04; Shamrock III. did not finish. 34 minutes; that of the Aurora was 24 minutes slower. The cup after that became known as the

THE EMPEROR'S CUP. America's cup and has now been successfully The first international ocean yacht race for a defended for fifty-six years.

cup offered by the emperor of Germany was sailed 1870-Aug. 8, New York Yacht club course: Magic, in 1905. The course was from Sandy Hook, N. J., 3:58:21: Cambria, 4:37:38.

to the Lizard, England, a distance of approxi1871-Oct. 16. New York Yacht club course: Co mately 3,000 miles. The Atlantic, which was

lumbia. 6:19:41; Livonia, 6:46:45. Oct. 18, 20 sailed by Capt. Charles Barr, won the race, armiles to windward off Sandy Hook and return: riving at the Lizard at 9:16 p. m., May 29, and Columbia, 3:07:4134; Livonia, 3:18:1512. Columbia beating the best previous record, made by the disabled in third race Oct. 19. Oct. 21, 20 miles Endymion, by one day and sixteen and one-hall to windward off Sandy Hook and return: Sappho, I hours. The actual elapsed time was twelve days

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Ailsa, yawl......
Apache, auxiliary bark......
Atlantic, auxiliary schooner ......
Endymion, auxiliary schooner
Fleur-de-Lys, schooner............
Hamburg, schooner....
Hildegarde, schooner......
Sunbeam, auxiliary schooner..
Thistle, schooner......
Utowana, auxiliary schooner....
Valhalla, auxiliary ship.

Feet.
. English..... New York... 89.0
English..... New York.... 178.0
American... New York. 135.0
American.., New York.... 101.0
American.. New York.... 86.5
English..... Kaiserlicher. 116.0
American... New York.... 103.4
. English..... Royal Y.S.... 154.7

American... Atlantic...... 110.0
... American... New York.... 155.0

. English..... Royal Y. S... 1240.0

Feet.

| Feet. 25.5 16.6 H. S. Redniond. 28.0 16.6 E. Randolph. 29.0 16.5 W. Marshall. 24.4 14.0 G. Lauder. 21.9

13.0

L. A. Stimson. 23.9 15.0 German syndicate 26.0 16.9 E.R. Coleman.

13.9 Lord Brassey. 27.8

14.0 R. E. Tod.

14,6 A. V. Armour. 37.2 20.0 Earl of Crawford.

27.8

Bilbao, Spred' by Queene 1.

and four hours, and the best day's run was 341 1901-Won by the Invader of the Royal Canadian miles. The Hamburg came in second May 30 and Yacht club at Chicago, Aug. 10, 12, 13 and 14; the Valhalla third May 31. The day and hour of defender, the Cadillac of Detroit, representing the arrival of each yacht at the finish off the the Chicago Yacht club. Lizard were as follows:

1903—-Won by the Irondequoit of the Rochester Atlantic-May 29, 9:16 p. m.

(N. Y.) Yacht club at Toronto, Aug. 8, 10, 11, 12 Hamburg-May 30, 7:21 p. m.

and 13; defender, the Strathcona of the Royal Valhalla-May 31, 8:03 p. m.

Canadian Yacht club. Endymion-May 31, 9:34 p. m.

1905-Won by the Iroquois of the Rochester (N. Y.) Hildegarde- May 31, 10:08 p. m.

Yacht club at Charlotte, N. Y., Aug. 12, 14, 15 Sunbeam-May 31, 11:40 p. m.

and 18; defender, the Temeraire of the Royal Fleur-de-Lys-June 1, 2:48 a. m.

Canadian Yacht club, Toronto. The Temeraire Ailsa- June 1, 4:25 a. m.

won the second and third contests of the series. Utowana-June 1, 5:06 a. m.

1907-Won by the Seneca of the Rochester (N. Y.) Thistle--June 1, 12:45 p. m.

Yacht club at Rochester, Aug. 10, 12 and 13; Apache-June 5, 10:20 a. m.

challenger, the Adele of the Royal Canadian

Yacht club.
THE LIPTON CUP.
The sixth contest for the silver cup donated by

SONDERKLASSE RACES.
Sir Thomas Lipton to the Columbia Yacht club of The series of races for a cup given by Emperor
Chicago, to be competed for annually by. 21-foot

William for sonderklasse yachts sailed Aug. 13-17, cabin-class yachts, took place Aug. 17, 19 and 20.

1907, off Kiel, Germany, resulted in a victory for 1907, on Lake Michigan at Chicago. The first race

a German boat, the Wannsee. The Chewink VIII., was over an equilateral triangle of six miles

the Spokane I. and the Marblehead, representing sailed twice over; the second was over a wind

the Eastern Yacht club of the United States, were Nard and leeward course of six nautical miles,

decisively beaten, failing to finish first in any of two miles to the leg and repeat; the third was

the races. over a quadrangular course of twelve miles. Fol

The Spanish sonderklasse yacht Princess de la lowing is the official time of each race:

Asturias won the cup offered by King Alfonso to FIRST RACE.

the winner of a series of international races at Yacht and skipper.

Start. Finish. Time. Bilbao, Spain, beginning Sept. 4. The second prize, C. A. A. (Price)..................2:15 4:13:36 1:58:36 a cup offered by Queen Victoria, was won by the Jackson Park (Simonton).......2:15 4:17:20 2:02:20 American boat Spokane I. Cherry Circle (Avery).. .....2:15 4:17:40 2:02:40 Quien Sabe (Holmes)...... .....2:15 4:25:44 2:09:44

MICHIGAN CITY RACE Yo San (Burdette)...... .......2:15 4:26:07 2:11:07 The annual yacht race from Chicago to Michigan

Percentages: C. A. A., 100; Jackson Park, 50; City, Ind., was sailed Saturday, June 15, 1907, Cherry Circle, 33.3; Quien Sabe, 25; Yo San, 20. The Vencedor was first to arrive, but the Chloris, SECOND RACE,

a 30-footer, was the winner on time allowance. Yacht.

Start. Finish. Time.

Order of finish and time of tbe first eight boats: Cherry Circle....................2:15 4:54:48 2:39:48 Vencedor .........11:19 Leila B............11:41:45 Jackson Park....... .....2:15 5:06:05 2:51:05

Chloris ...........11:28 Josephine ........11:45:30 Quien Sabe..., ......2:15 5:07:10 2:52:10

Pilot ......
.......11:35 Vandal.

..11:46 d. A. A......

.........2:15 5:24:35 3:09:35 Billposter. .......11:41:40 / Sadie .... .....11:49.50 Percentages: Cherry Circle, 169; Jackson Park, 160; C. A. A., 140; Quien Sabe, 100; Yo San, 20.

POWER-BOAT RACING.
THIRD RACE,
Yacht.
Start. Finish. Time.

WESTERN HANDICAP RACES.
Cherry Circle...
....2:30 4:17:43 1:47:43

In the annual handicap races of the Western Jackson Park...

...2:30 4:18:15 1:48:15 Quien Sabe.......

....2:30 4:20:30 1:50:30

Power Boat association at Chicago Sept. 2, 1907, C. A.

the association cup was won by the Josephine of A.........

....2:30 4:20:32 1:50:32 Final percentages:

the Jackson Park Yacht club and the Campbell Cherry Circle.. ...260 | Quien Sabe............160

cup by the Nautilus of the Indiana Power Boat

club of Michigan City, Ind. The race for the asJackson Park..........210 | Yo San................. 20

sociation cup was from the Calumet club around C. A. A...............130

the Hyde Park crib, a distance of 912 miles, and RECORD OF WINNERS.

that for the Campbell cup was from the mouth 1902-La Rita, Chicago.

of the Calumet river to the four-mile crib and 1903—La Rita, Chicago.

return, a distance of 22 miles. Summaries: 1904-Ste. Claire, Detroit.

W. P. B. A. cup.

Start. Finish. 1905-Ste. Claire, Detroit.

Josephine ........

....11:05:00 12:32:40 1906-Cherry Circle, Chicago.

Manulito ...

......10:56:49 12:03:17 1907-Cherry Circle, Chicago.

Nautilus ..

.11:08:58 12:04:49 THE CANADA CUP.

Ralph ....

......10:40:00 12:29:40 Summer Girl..

10:15:21 12:07.05 1896-Won by the Canada of the Royal Canadian Waubun ...

.....10:51:34 12:15:07 Yacht club at Toledo, O.; challenger, the Ven Flying Dutchm

10:54:58 12:08:33 cedor..

Swastika

.11:01:30 12:10:13 1899— Won by the Genesee of Rochester, N. Y. Crescent ..

......11:02:06 12:21:38 (representing the Chicago Yacht club), at To- | Agnes D....

.11:00:00 12:18:40 ronto; challenger, the Beaver,

10:50:00

12:21:41

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Campbell cup:

July 2, 1901—(1) Pennsylvania, 10:204; (2) Cornell, Boat.

Start. Finish. 10:23; (3) Columbia, 10:36%5; (4) Syracuse, 10:44. Nautilus ....

3:22:00 5:28:31 June 21, 1902–(1) Cornell, 9:34%; (2) Wisconsin, Flying Dutchman....

3:18:00 6:08:08 9:42%; (3) Columbia, 9:49; (4) Syracuse, 9:53; (5) Sis ...........

3:12:00 6:08:00 Pennsylvania, 10:05. Violet Louise..........

3:20:00 5:38:10 June 26, 1903—(1) Cornell, 9:18; (2) Syracuse, 9:22%; Swastika .................... ..... 3:16:00 5:47:54 (3) Wisconsin, 9:32; (4) Columbia, 9:41; (5) Penn

J. H. Hopp, J. A. Peterson, E. Westgreen, race sylvania, 9:45. committee. Fred Clust, starter. Squire Burke, June 28, 1904—(1) Syracuse, 10:01; (2) Cornell, timer.

10:1245; (3) Pennsylvania, 10:184; (4) Columbia,

10:2842. CHICAGO-MICHIGAN CITY RACE.

June 28, 1905-(1) Cornell, 9:3526; (2) Syracuse, 9:49; Result of motor-boat race from Chicago to Michi. (3) Columbia, 9:53; (4) Pennsylvania, 9:5846 gan City, Ind., June 15, 1907:

June 23, 1906-(1) Syracuse, 9:513; (2) Cornell, 9:55: Boat.

Start. Finish.

(3) Wisconsin, 9:5535; (4) Columbia, 10:07%; (5) Pioneer

.......11:57:33 4:36:00

Pennsylvania, 10:13%. Quickstep ...

..12:17:49 4:48:00 June 26. 1907-(1) Wisconsin, 9:58; (2) Syracuse, Swastika .....

....12:28:16 4:53:00 10:03; (3) Pennsylvania, 10:04; (4) Columbia, Eliaug

.....11:35:00 4:58:00

10:0526; (5) Cornell, 10:0745. Kitchi Gammi

....12:26:41 5:07:00 Sacaja wea ........ ....... 1:14:27 5:08:00

FOUR-OARED RACES.
D ixie ...............
....... 12:31:07 5:09:00

Poughkeepsie course, two miles.
RACES AT PALM BEACH, FLA.

July 2, 1901—(1) Cornell, 11:3935; (2) Pennsylvania, In the mile trials of the annual motor-boat re.

11:4525; (3) Columbia, 11:5135. gatta at Palin Beach, Fla., Feb. 1, 1907, Commo

June 21, 1902–(1) Cornell, 10:433; (2) Pennsylvania, dore E. J. Schroeder's Dixie went a mile in

10:544; (3) Columbia, 11:08. 2:21, winning the Sir Thomas Dewar trophy. The

June 26, 1903—(1) Cornell, 10:34; (2) Pennsylvania, Dixie also won a five-mile race and the twenty

| 10:3545; (3) Wisconsin, 10:5535; (4) Columbia, mile endurance run for the Wanamaker cup.

11:14. INTERNATIONAL RACES.

June 28, 1904—(1) Cornell, 10:5336; (2) Columbia,

11:1275; (3) Pennsylvania, 11:1535; (4) Wisconsin, The Dixie, owned by Commodore E. J. Schroeder 11:1895; (5) Georgetown, 11:3445. of the Auto Boat Club of America, won the In- June 28, 1905-(1) Syracuse, 10:152; (2) Cornell, ternational Marine Motor cup on Southampton 10:1725; (3) Pennsylvania, 10:334; (4) Columbia, water, England, Aug. 2, 1907, beating its nearest 10:45; (5) Wisconsin, 10:52. competitor, the Daimler II., by three-quarters of June 28, 1906-(1) Cornell, 10:34; (2) Syracuse, a mile in a thirty-five mile race.

10:48%; (3) Columbia, 10:554; (4) Pennsylvania,

11:0645

June 26, 1907–(1) Syracuse, 10:3795; (2) Cornell, ROWING,

_10:40; (3) Pennsylvania, 10:49; (4) Columbia, 10:5935. INTERUNIVERSITY RACES. Figures in parentheses denote order at finish.

HARVARD-YALE RACES.
UNIVERSITY EIGHT-OARED.

UNIVERSITY EIGHTS.

Loser's Year. Winner.

Time,

time. June 26, 1896—(1) Cornell, 19:59; (2) Harvard, 20:08; (3) Pennsylvania, 20:18; (4) Columbia, 21:25.

1876-Yale .....

.....22:02 22:33

1877--Harvard . June 25, 1897—(1) Cornell, 20:34; (2) Yale, 20:44;

..... 24:36 24:44

1878-Harvard (3) Harvard, 21:00.

.20:4434 21:29 July 2, 1897—(1) Cornell, 20:474; (2) Columbia,

1879—Harvard

22:15 23:58 21:2035: (3) Pennsylvania, swamped.

1880-Yale .....

24:27 25:09

1881-Yale .... July 2, 1898–(1) Pennsylvania, 15:511; (2) Cornell.

.22:13 22:19

1882-Harvard 16:06; (3) Wisconsin, 16:10; (4) Columbia, 16:21.

.....20:47 20:5015 June 27, 1899-(1) Pennsylvania, 20:04; (2) Wiscon

1883-Harvard

.24:26 25:59 sin, 20:0512; (3) Cornell, 20:13; (4) Columbia, 20:20.

1884–Yale ......

20:31

20:46 June 30, 1900–(1) Pennsylvania, 19:4435; (2) Wis:

1885–Harvard

...25:1542 26:30 consin, 19:46%; (3) Cornell, 20:0445; (4) Columbia,

1886-Yale

..... 20:4112 21:0534

1887-Yale 20:0845; (5) Georgetown, 20:1946.

.22:56 23:1412 July 2, 1901—(1) Cornell, 18:5345; (2) Columbia, 18:58;

1888-Yale

20:10 21:24 (3) Wisconsin, 19:064; (4) Georgetown, 19:21; (5)

1889-Yale

....21:30 21:55 Syracuse, distanced; (6) Pennsylvania, distanced.

1890-Yale

...21:29 21:40 June 21, 1902-(1) Cornell, 19:0535; (2) Wisconsin,

1891-Harvard

......21:23 21:57

1892-Yale 19:1335; (3) Columbia, 19:1835; (4) Pennsylvania,

...... 20:48 21:40 19:26; (5) Syracuse, 19:3136; (6) Georgetown, 19:32.

1893-Yale

25:0142 25:15 1894-Yale

....22:47 June 26, 1903—(1) Cornell, 18:57; (2) Georgetown,

24:40

1895-Yale 19:27; (3) Wisconsin, 19:2926; (4) Pennsylvania,

.....21:30 25:15 19:3025; (5) Syracuse, 19:3645; (6) Columbia, 19:54.

1899–Harvard

20:5212 21:13

1900-Yale June 28, 1904—(1) Syracuse, 20:2235; (2) Cornell,

21:1245 21:3735 20:31%; (3) Pennsylvania, 20:324; (4) Columbia,

1901-Yale

..23:37 23:45

1902-Yale. 20:452; (5) Georgetown, 20:523; (6) Wisconsin,

.20:20 20:33

1903-Yale 21:0145.

...20:1945 20:292: June 28, 1905—(1) Cornell, 20:2945; (2) Syracuse,

1904-Yale

.21:4012 22:10 1905-Yale.

.....22:3312 22:36 21:47%; (3) Georgetown, 21:49; (4) Columbia,

1906–Harvard ..

....... 23:02 21:53%; (5) Pennsylvania, 21:594; (6) Wisconsin,

23:11 1907-Yale .....

........ 21:10 22:0615.

21:13

Of the above races the first two were rowed on June 23, 1906—(1) Cornell, 19:3645; (2) Pennsylvania,

the Springfield (Mass.) course and the remainder 19:4344; (3) Syracuse, 19:4515; (4) Wisconsin,

on the New London course, which is four miles 20:134%; (5) Columbia, 20:18%; (6) Georgetown, 20:35.

straightaway. There were no dual races in 1896, June 26, 1907—(1) Cornell, 20:022; (2) Columbia,

1897 and 1898. 20:04: (3) Navy, 20:1345; (4) Pennsylvania, 20:33%;

HARVARD-YALE FRESHMAN EIGHTS. (5) Wisconsin (no time); (6) Georgetown (no

Tro miles.

Loser's time); (7) Syracuse (shell sunk).

Year. Winner.

time. In 1898 the race took place on Saratoga lake over

1901--Yale .....

..10:3745 10:58 a three-mile course; the other contests were on

1902-Dead heat.

. 10:13 10:13 the four-mile course at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

1903-Yale .....

.. 9:4345 9:4835 UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN EIGHTS.

1904-Yale ......

.... 10:20 10:2012 Poughkeepsie course, two miles.

1905-Harvard

. 9:59 10:04 June 30, 1900-(1) Wisconsin, 9:4525; (2) Pennsylva 1906-Yale ......

. 10:3925 10:41 nia, 9:543%: (3) Cornell, 9:554; (4) Columbia, 10:08. | 1907-Harvard ..

. 11:15 11:19

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HARVARD-YALE FOUR-QARED RACE.

NATIONAL AMATEUR REGATTA.
Two miles,

Loser's | At the regatta of the National Association of Year. Winner.

Time.

time. Amateur Oarsmen held at Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 1901—Harvard .

......11:4945 12:0215 9-10, 1907, the Argonaut club of Toronto made the 1902-Harvard

.....11:1912 11:251 best showing. The Canadians took first place in 1903—Yale .......

......10:5925 11:1045 four races, second in two and third in another. 1904-Harvard ..

......12:12 12:15 The eight-oared race was won by Philadelphia. 1905–Harvard

....11:22 11:27 Frank Bennett of the Springfield club won the 1906-Yale ..

.......12:15 12:21 senior singles and Alec Warnoc of the same club 1907-Yale ..... e ............................12:33 13:15 took the intermediate race. The Arundels of Bos

ton won the intermediate four-oared event. ROWING RECORDS.

SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. 14 mile-*:57, single scull, straightaway, Edwin Henley, Newark, N. J., July 11, 1901.

Webb, the New Zealand sculler, defeated Charles 12 mile-*2:0815, single scull, straightaway, Edwin

Towns of Australia in a rowing race on the ParraHenley, Newark, N. J., July 11, 1893.

matta river championship course at Sydney, N. S. 1 mile-4:28, single scull, straightaway, James

W., Aug. 3, 1907, thereby winning the world's Stansbury, with tide, Thames river, England,

sculling championship, Charles Towns having preJuly 11, 1896; *4:48, single scull, straightaway,

viously defeated his brother George for the title. Rupert Guiness, Thames river, England, 1893.

The course of 2 miles 1,560 yards was covered by 2 miles-*9:18, eight oars, straightaway, Cornell

the winner in 20:07. freshmen, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 26, 1903.

OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE RECORD. 3 miles—*14:2712, eight oars, straightaway, Cornell

Course from Putney to Mortlake, London. varsity, New London, Conn., June 25, 1891.

Year.

Winner.

. Time. 4 miles-18:5345, straightaway, Cornell university, I 1880......

.... Oxford ... ...... 21:23 Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 2, 1901.

1881....
Oxford ...

.21:51 *Performance by amateurs.

1882
.. Oxford

.. 20:12
1883
WISCONSIN VS. SYRACUSE.

Oxford

21:08 1884.... Cambridge.

21:39 In a two-mile race on Lake Mendota at Madison,

1885...
.. Oxford ....

.21:36 Wis., May 31, 1907, the eight-oared crew of the 1886...

Cambridge

.22:2914 University of Wisconsin defeated the Syracuse 1887.

Cambridge.

.20:52 (N. Y.) university crew by two lengths in 10:39. 1888

Cambridge

20.48 In a race between four-pared crews representing 1889....

Cambridge

20:14 the same institutions Syracuse won by five lengths 1890.

. Oxford

22:03 in 11:45.

1891
Oxford

.21:48 CORNELL VS. HARVARD.

1892
Oxford

19:21 The Cornell university crew defeated Harvard on 1893

Oxford

18:47 Lake Cayuga at Ithaca, N. Y., May 30, 1907, by a

1894.
Oxford

21:39 boat length in 11:01. The course was two miles

1895.
Oxford

.20:50 long.

1896
Oxford

. 20:01
1897.
Oxford

19:12 AMERICAN ROWING ASSOCIATION RACES.

1898.
Oxford

22:15 Summary of results in the fifth annual regatta of 1899....

Cambridge

. 21:04 the American Rowing association at Philadelphia, 1900..

Cambridge
Pa., May 25, 1907 (course 1 mile 550 yards):

1901.......
.... Oxford:

.22:31 First paired-oared shells-Metropolitan Rowing 1902 (March 22)..... Cambridge ..

.19:09 club, New York, W. J. Dunn and F. Fussell, 1903 (April 1)........ Cambridge

.19:3214 first; University Barge club, Philadelphia, L. P. 1904 (March 25)..... Cambridge ..

.. 21:36 Carpenter and Lawrence Johnson, Jr., second. 1905 (April 1)..... .... Oxford ....

.. 20:35 Time, 8:26%.

1906 (April 7)........ Cambridge ....

.19:25 First eight-oared race-New York A. C., first; 1907 (March 16)...... Cambridge ......

Cambridge ............... 20:26 Bachelor B. C., Philadelphia, second; University Note--The race of 1907 was the sixty-fourth in of Pennsylvania, third. Time, 6:3512.

the history of the event. The first contest took Second single sculls-Durando Miller, New York place in 1845.

A. C., first; G. B. Hayward, Nassau B. C., second; Joseph Daly, Potomac B. C., Washington, third. Time, 8:28.

AUTOMOBILING, Second eight-oared shells-Yale second crew, first;

[Compiled by C. G. Sinsabaugh.] Harvard freshmen, second; University of Penn

RACE FOR EMPEROR'S CUP., sylvania freshmen, third. Time, 6:5445

The automobile race for Emperor William's cup Octopedes or eight-oared sculls-- Vesper B, C., Phil

was run June 14, 1907, and was won by Nazzaro adelphia, first; Franklin A. C., second. Time,

of Italy in a Fiat in 5 hours 34 minutes and 26 6:4645.

seconds. Hautvast was second and Michel third. Interscholastic eight-oared race-Central H. S.,

The circuit selected for the race covered a disPhiladelphia, first; Georgetown H, S., second.

tance of 125 kilometers, which had to be traversed Time, 7:05.

four times to complete the distance of 500 kiloFirst double sculls-New York A. C., first; Penn

meters, or about 312 miles. It was in the country sylvania B, C., second; West Philadelphia B. C.,

adjacent to Homburg, Germany. third. Time, 7:5645. First four sculls-Philadelphia B. C., first; dead

THE BENNETT CUP. heat for second between the University B. C. and There was no race for the Bennett cup in Europe

the Undine B. C., Philadelphia. Time, 7:22. in 1906 or 1907, the classic having been abandoned. First single sculls-Freas, West Philadelphia B. Following is the record of the event in previous

C., first; William, Philadelphia B. C., second. years:
Time, 8:33.

Year. Winner.

Miles. H.M.S. First four-oared shells-Bachelor B. C., Philadel 1900-M. Charron, France..... ....351 9:09:39

phia, first; Staten Island, second. Time, 7:3112. 1901—M. Girardot, France.... ....327 8:50:30 Junior collegiate eight-oared race-Yale, first; Cor 1902-S. F. Edge, England

....383

10:42:00 nell. second; Pennsylvania, third; Georgetown, 1903--M. Jenatzy, Germany.....

8:36:00 fourth. Time 7:36.

1904-R. B. Thery, France... ....350 5:50:03 GRAND CHALLENGE CUP..

1905-R. B. Thery, France...... ....342 7:02:423% The club representing the Club Nautique de

LE GRAND PRIX. Gand, Belgium, won the grand challenge for the Instead of the Bennett cup race "Le Grand Prix" second time at Henley, England, July 5, 1907, by (the grand prize) contest was substituted. The defeating the Christchurch (Oxford) crew by a first contest took place on the Sarthe circuit in length in 7:31. Capt. Darrell won the diamond France June 26-27, 1906. The total distance was sculls, defeating Alexander McCulloch by a length 774 miles, 387 being covered each day. The race and a quarter. Time, 9:24.

was won by Francois Szisz in a Renault in

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