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OTHER PENNANT WINNERS.

League. Club.

New York State league Albany, N. T.

New England league Worcester, Mass.

Connecticut league Holyoke, Mass.

Cotton States league Mobile, Ala.

Texas league ^ Austin, Tex.

South Atlantic league Charleston, S. C.

Iowa State league Waterloo, Iowa

Interstate league Erie, Pa.

Ohio-Pennsylvania league Youngstown, O.

Virginia league Danville. Va.

Northwestern league Aberdeen. S. D.

Kansas State league Bnrtlesville, Okla.

•South Michigan league Tecumseh. Mich.

Wisconsin league Freeport, 111.

Copper Country league Winnipeg, Man.

Western Canada league Medicine Hat, Alta.

Trl-State league Williamsport, Pa.

West Pennsylvania league Falrmount, W. Va.

Penn.-Ohio-Md. league Steubenville, O.

Gulf Coast league Lake Charles, La.

Eastern Illinois lengue Mattoon, 111.

South Carolina league Camden, S. C.

Atlantic league Reading, Pa.

Empire State league Oswego, N. Y.

Indiana-Ohio league Decatur, Ind.

COLLEGE BASEBALL IN 1907.

EASTERN UNIVERSITIES.

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colleges in 1907 and played an independent schedule.

In the above list only the games played with each other by the nines represented are included.

Williams made a western trip in 1907 with the following result: May 16, Williams 0. Miehigau 0. 13 Innings; May 17. Illinois 3, Williams 2; May 18. Williams 4, Chicago 2.

BASEBALL. FIELD-DAY RECORDS. Made at Cincinnati, O., Sept. 11, 1907. Long-distance fungo hitting— M. F. Mitchell, outfielder, Cincinnati. 413 ft. %Vi In. Long-distance throwing—Sheldon Lejeune, outfielder, Springfield, O., 399 ft. 10% in. (Record held by John Hatfield, 400 ft. Vk In., made in 1872.) Circling the bases—Wallace O. Clement, outfielder,

Jersey City, N. J., :14%. Running out fair bunt to first base—John Thoney,

outfielder, Toronto, Ont., :03V4. Accurate throwing to second by catchers—Won by George Gibson, Pittsburg, Pa.

LONGEST GAME ON RECORD. The longest baseball game on record was played by nines representing the Pierce and Bennett schools In Boston Saturday, Juue 8. 1907. Twentyeight innings were required to decide the contest. Pierce winning by a score of 4 to 3.

AMATEUR ATHLETIC RECORDS.
CENTRAL WEST.

[Compiled by Martin B. Herbert, official handlcapper Central association of the A. A. U.J

35-yard run—:04,* Clyde A. Blair, University of Chicago gymnasium. Feb. 22, 1902, and May 8, 1902; also University of Wisconsin gymnasium,

Mailis Wis., March 16, 1902; also W. Hogenson,

University of Chicago,. and Frank Waller, University of Wisconsin, at University of Wisconsin gymnasium, Madison. Wis., March 18. 1905.

40-yard run—:04%,» C. Bell and E. C. English, Notre Dame, Ind., March 9, 1901; William Borden, 1st regiment armory, Chicago, March 30. 1901; Clyde A. Blair, 1st regiment armory. Chicago, Feb. 6, 1902; Walter Eckersall, at 1st regiment armory, Chicago. Feb. 28, 1903; Archie Hahn, at Ann Ardor, Mich.. May 15, 1902; also E. D. Staples, Notre Dame, Ind., at Notre Dame University gymnasium, March 15, 1902.

46-yard run—:05%. Clyde Blair and Victor Rice, at University of Chicago gymnasium, Feb. 13. 1904.

50-yard run—:05%.' C. Bell, Coliseum, St. Louis. Mo.. March 8. 1902; Walter Eckersall, Cincinnati, O.. Feb. 26. 1903; Victor Rice, at University of Chicago gymnasium, Feb. 20. 1904.

75-yard run—:07%. Archie Hahn. Milwaukee A. C, at Milwaukee Exposition building, March 11, 1905, In trial and final heats.

100 vards— :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, March 5, 1898.

220-vard run—:21^. G. C. Poage, University of Illinois field, straightaway path, Champaign, 111., May 16. 1902.

300-vard run— :33%, Harry H. Bascom, Chicago Hyde Park high school. Tattersall's, Chicago, March 5. 1898.

440-yard run—:49%. G. C. Poage. University of Illinois field, third of a mile path, Champaign, 111., May 16, 1902; :49%. Ed Merrill. Marshall field, quarter of a mile path, Chicago. 111.. June 1, 1901.

600 vard run—1:16%, G. C. Holland, Coliseum, 63d street. Chicago. May 12, 1897.

880-yard run—1:57. J. D. Lightbody, University of Chicago, at Ann Arbor. Mich., May 20. 1905.

1.000-yard run—2:36. C. McCully. University of Illinois, Champaign. Dec. 14, 1902.

1-mile run—4:25. J. D. Lightbody, University of Chicago, at Marshall field, Chicago, June 3, 1905.

2-mile run—9:50, F. A. Rowe. University of Michigan, at Marshall field. Chicago. June 3. 1905.

5-mile run—27:52. Orville Page, Lewis institute, at Chicago Coliseum, March 28. 1906, on a pine board banked track, 10 laps to a mile.

1-mile walk—6:46%, W. B. Fetterman. Parkslde field, Chicago, June 23, 1898; 7:00. J. Bredstetn. Ravenswood field. Chicago, June 23, 1900.

40-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles. 3 It. 6 in. high— :05%, Fred G. Moloney, University of Chicago, at University of Chicago old gymnasium, Feb. 13. 1902; also M. B. Herbert, First Regiment A. A., at 1st regiment armory. March 29, 1902. This is world's record.

45-vard hurdle race, 4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in.—:0G%. Walter Steffen, at University of Chicago gymnasium. Feb. 27, 1904.

50-vard hurdle race, 3 hurdles. 3 ft. 6 in.—:06%, Mark Catlin, University of Chicago, at Bartlett gymnasium. March 4, 1905. on rubber mat; L. C. Bailey. Chicago Y. M. C. A., Cincinnati. O.. March 10. 1906.

50-yard low hurdle race, 3 hurdles. 2 ft. 6 in. high

— :06%, Walter Steffen. University of Chicago, at Bartlett gymnasium, Feb. 10, 1906, on rubber mat.

60-yard low hurdle race. 4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

— :07. Mark Catlin, University of Chicago, at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1905; W. A. Draper, Chicago A. A., at Chicago Coliseum, March 28. 1905; Walter Steffen. First Regiment A. A., at Chicago Coliseum. March 28. 1905; Frank Waller, University of Wisconsin, at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1905.

60-yard high hurdle race, 4 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 In.—:08, Walter Steffen, First Regiment A. A., at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1905. •

75-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles. 2 ft. 6 in. high— :08%.* Fred G. Moloney, Exposition building, Milwaukee, March 1, 1902.

75-yard hurdle race, 6 hurdles. 3 ft. 6 in. high— :09%,* F. W. Schule, Milwaukee A. C. at Milwaukee Exposition building, March 5, 1904.

120-vard hurdle race, 10 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high— :15%,* A. C. Kraenzleln, Parkside field, Chicago, June 18. 1898; :15%, Fred G. Moloney, Marshall field, Chicago, May 31. 1902; :15%. F. Smithson, University of Notre Dame. Marshall field. Chicago. June 1, 1907, strong wind on back of runner.

220-vard hurdle race, 10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high— :24%, Fred G. Moloney. University of Illinois field, Champaign, straightaway course, May 5, 1902; :25. M. Boekman. Marshall field, Chicago, around half circle at start, June 1. 1901.

300-vard hurdle race. 10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 In. high — :36%.* A. C. Kraenzleln, Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago. May 12. 1897.

Pole vault for height—12 ft. 4% in..* Leroy Samse, University of Indiana, at conference meet, Evanston. 111.. June 2. 1906.

Running high Jump—6 ft. Yt in., I. K. Baxter, Parkside field. Chicago. June 18. 1898; J. Fuhrer. at Madison, Wis.. May 21. 1904; 5 ft. 11% in.. Otto Kaecke, First Regiment A. A., Milwaukee, March 7. 1903.

Standing high Jump—5 ft. 8% in.. Raymond C. Ewry, Lafayette. Ind., May 29,. 1896.

Running broad Jump—23 ft. 7 in.. Mayer Prinstein, Parkside field. Chicago. June 23. 1898; 23 ft. 6«. In.. E. A. Reber, Detroit A. C. field, Detroit, Julv 8, 1891.

Standing broad Jump—11 ft., Roy Ewry, Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago. May 12. 1897.

Putting 12-Ib. shot, 7-ft. circle—56 ft. 2% In..* Ralph Rose. Ann Arbor, March 19, 1904.

Putting 16-lh. shot, 7-ft. circle—48 ft. 7 in.,* Ralph Rose, at Chicago. May 21. 1904.

Throwing 12-lb. hammer, 4-ft. handle over all, 7ft. circle—185 ft. 5W In., Lee Talbott, manual training high school, Kansas City, Mo., at Marshall field. Chicago, June 9. 1906.

Throwing 16-lb. hammer, 4-ft. handle over all, 7-ft. circle—163 ft., A. Plaw. Ravenswood field, Chicago. June 23, 1900: with one hand, 159 ft. 11 in., E. E. Parry, University of Chicago, at Marshall field, Chicago, June 30. 1906.

Throwing 56-lb. weight. 7-ft. circle—32 ft. 2% In., .1. S. Mitchell, New York Athletic club, Milwaukee, Sept. 11, 1903.

Throwing the discus, 4% lbs., throw in 7-ft. circle—140 ft. 2% in.. J. C. Garrels. University of Michigan, at Marshall field. Chicago, June 3, 1905.

%-mile relay (4 men)—1:34, Detroit university school, at Ann Arbor, Mich.. May 27. 1905.

1-mlle relay (4 men)—3:26%, University of Chicago

(H. Groman, W. Barker, R. Qulgley, C. A. Blair), at Marshall field. June 3. 1905. •American amateur records.

IXDOOB RECOEDS, CENTRAL ASSOCIATION, A. A. U.

[Compiled by Martin B. Herbert, official handicapper Central associatiou.J

35-yard run—:04. Clyde A. Blair, twice at University of Chicago gymnasium, Chicago, Feb. 22. 1902, and same place May 8, 1902; also at University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., May 16, 1902 (all on floor); W. Hogenson. University of Chicago, and Frank Waller, University of Wisconsin, twice at Madison. Wis.. March 18, 1905.

40-yard run—:04%, C. Bell and E. C. English, at Notre Dame, Ind., March 9. 1901, on turf; William Borden, at 1st regiment armory, Chicago. March 30. 1901. on maple floor; Clyde A. Blair, at 1st regiment armory, Chicago, Feb. 6, 1902; Archie Hahn. at University of Michigan gymnasium, Ann Arbor, Feb. 15. 1902; Walter Eckersall, Hyde Park high school, 1st regiment armory. Chicago. Feb. 28. 1903; E. D. Staples, Notre Dame gymnasium, March 15, 1902, ou turf.

45-yard run— :05'<i. Clyde Blair and V. S. Rice, University of Chicago, at Bartlett gymnasium, Chi cago, Feb. 13, 1904, on rubber mat.

50-yard run— :05%.* Walter Eckersall, at Cincinnati, O., Feb. 26, 1903; Victor Rice, at Chicago. Feb. 20. 1904.

60-yard run—:06%. C. L. Parson. University of Wisconsin at Chicago Coliseum. March 28, 1906.

75-yard run—:07%. Archie Hahn. -Milwaukee A C. at Milwaukee Exposition building, March 11, 1905, in trial and final heat.

100-yard run—:10. A. B. Potter, at Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago, May 14, 1897, on pine floor, straight course.

150-yard run—:17. C. S. Borden, at Tattersall's. Chicago, March 5. 1898, on floor around half-circle on end.

220-yard run—:23%, P. J. Corcoran, at Notre Dame, Ind., March 9. 1901, on gymnasium turf course, one and one-half laps; also same place and track, E. D. Staples, Notre Dame, March 15. 1902.

300-yard run—:33%. Harry H. Bascom, at Tattersa'll's Chicago. March 5, 1898, on floor, around circular ends.

440-yard run—:51%, Merriam, University of Chicago, at Tattersall's. Chicago, March 13, 1907. on 10-lap wooden track: :52. Frank Waller. University of Wisconsin, at Milwaukee Exposition build ing, March 11, 1905, around two wooden banked turns.

600-yard run—1:15%. G. G. Holland, at Coliseum, 63d street, Chicago. May 12, 1897, on pine floor.

880-yard run—1.59%. Harry Buechler. Chicago Y. M. C. A., at Chicago Coliseum. March 27. 1906. ou pine circular banked track, 10 laps tQ a mile.

1.000-yard run—2:36. C. McCully, University of Illinois, at Champaign, Dec. 14, 1902, on gymnasium circular banked truck.

1-mile run—4:24, J. Lightbody, University of Chicago, at Tattersall's. Chicago, March 13. 1907. on 10-lap wooden track.

2-mile run—9:56%, Fred Hall. University of Chicago, at Madison, Wis., March 14, 1903, gymnasium circular track.

5-mile run—27:52. Orville Page, Lewis Institute, at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1906, ou pine circular banked 10 laps to a mile track.

1-mlle walk—7:06%. Joseph Bredstein. at Exposition building, Milwaukee, Wis., March 3, 1900. on pine floor, 11 laps.

40-yard hurdle race. 3 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high— :05%, Fred G. Moloney. University of Chicago, at Chicago, university old gymnasium. Feb. 15, 1902; also M. B. Herbert. First Regiment A. A., at 1st regiment armory, Chicago, March 29, 1902. This is world's record.

45-yard hurdle race. 4 hurdles. 2 ft. 6 in.—:06%, Walter Steffen, North Division high school, at University of Chicago gymnasium. Feb. 27, 1904.

50-yard hurdle race, 3 hurdles. 3 ft. 6 in. high— :06%. Mark Catlin. University of Chicago* at Bartlett gymnasium, March 4. 1905; L. C. Bailey, Chicago Y. M. C. A., at Cincinnati, O., March 10. 1906.

50-yard low-hurdle race. 3 hurdles. 2 ft. 6 In. high— :06%. Walter Steffen, University of Chicago, at 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 Chicago Coliseum. March 28. 1905.

60-yard low-hurdle race. 4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high

— :07. Mark Catlin. University of Chicago, at Chicago Coliseum. March 28, 1905; Walter Steffen, First Regiment A. A., at Chicago Coliseum, March 28. 1905; Frank Waller, University of Wisconsin, at Chicago Coliseum, March 28, 1906.

75-yard high-hurdle race, 6 hurdles. 3 ft. 6 in. high —:09%. W. F. Schule, at Milwaukee Exposition building. March 5, 1904.

75-yard low-hurdle race, 3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 In. high —:08%, Fred G. Moloney, at Exposition building, Milwaukee, Wis., March 1, 1902, on pine floor.

3C0-yard hurdle race. 10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high—
:36%. 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. E-wry,
at Coliseum, 63d street. Chicago. May 12, 1897.

Running high jump—5 ft. 11% 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-Ib. shot, 7-ft. circle—48 ft. 5 in., Ralph
Rose, Chicago A. A., at Milwaukee Exposition
building. March 11. 1905.

Throwing discus. 4% lbs., 7-ft. circle—99 ft. 6 in., J. Mitchell, Coliseum, 63d street. Chicago, May 12. 1897.

l'mile relay (4 men)—3:30%. Chicago Y. M. C. A. (C. Johnson, George Lundell, Ed Larson, Q. H Powell), at Milwaukee Exposition building, circular ends banked pine track.

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— :05%. W. Merrill, Englewood, at Marshall field. May 27. 1905.

100-yard run— :U>hi, W. Merrill, Englewood, at Marshall 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, Wendell Phillips, at Marshall field, June 15, 1907.

440-yard run—:53%, J. L. Barker. Evanston, at Ravenswood, June 14. 1902; A. W. Bohnsack, Lake View, at Marshall field. June 16, 1906.

880-yard run—2:04%. T. Timbltn, McKinley, at Marshall field, June 15, 1907.

1-mile run—4:43%. Robert Brown, Evanston, at Ravenswood. June 9. 1900.

%-mile walk—3:38. L. J. Byrne, Englewood, at Marshall field, June 24, 1899.

120-yard high hurdles—:16%. W. W. Taylor, Hyde Park, at Marshall field. June 16, 1906.

220 yard low hurdles—:27%, 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. 8% 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. 8V6 in.. W. L. Sheppard,
Hyde Park, at 35th street and Wentworth ave-
nue. June 16, 1894.

Putting 12-lb. shot—44 ft. 9V, in.. Robert Maxwell,
Englewood. at Ravenswood, June 14, 1902

Throwing 12-lb. hammer—137 ft. 8 In.. R. Andrews.
English high, at Ravenswood. June 15, 1901.

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16-lb. shot—46 ft. 6% in., Kreuger, Swarthmore,

1907.

1-mile walk—6:45%, W. B. Fetterman, Jr., Pennsylvania, 1898.

NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. The annual championship contests of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States took place

at the Jamestown (Va.) exposition Sept. 7, 1907.

In the number of points made the Irish A. A. led

with 62. The New York Athletic club was second

with 21, Chicago third with 17 and the Olympic of

San Francisco fourth with 16. Summary:

100-yard dash—Won by H. J. Huff, Chicago A. A.;
Dan Kelley. University of Oregon, second; Charles
Parsons. Olympic club. San Francisco, third.
Time. :10%.

880-yard run—Won by M. W. Sheppard, Irish-Amer-
ican A. A.; Andrew Glarner, Olympic club, San
Francisco, second: F. C. Sheehan, South Boston,
third. Time, 1:55%.

16-lb. shot put—Won by Ralph Rose. Olympic club, Sau Francisco, distance 49 ft. 6% in.; W. W. Coe. Boston A. A., 45 ft. 2 in., second; W. Gilmore, N. Y. A. C, 43 ft. 7 in., third.

120-yard hurdles—Won by Forest Smithson, Multnomah club, Oregon; A. B. Shaw, Chicago A. A., second; W. R. McCullough. N. Y, A. C, third. Time, :15%.

1-mile run—Won by James P. Sullivan, Irish-American A. C.: S. A. Rogers, N. Y. A. C. second; Charles Bacon, Irish-American, third. Time, 4:29.

440-vard run—Won by J. B. Taylor, University of
Pennsylvania; G. B. Ford, N. Y. A. C. second;
Andrew Glamor, Olympic club, third. Time, :61.

16-lb. hammer—Won by John J. Flannagan, I. A.
A. C, distance 171 ft. % in.; M. P. McGrath, N.
Y. A. C, second, 159 ft. 7 in.; M. F. Horr, 1. A.
A. C. third, 154 ft. 4 in.

Running broad Jump—Won by Dan Kelley, Univer-
sity of Oregon, distance 23 ft. 11 in.; E. T.
Cook, Jr., I. A. A. C, 23 ft. 2% in.: sec-
ond; G. F. O'Connell. N. Y. A. C. 22 ft. 11 in.,
third. Kelley's record beats that of L. Prinstein,
I. A. A. C. former champion, by 1 ft. 7 in.

Discus, free style—Won bv Martin J. Sheridan, I.
A. A. C. distance 129 ft. 5% in.; A. K. Dear-
born, N. Y. A. C, 121 ft. 10 in., second; Leo
Talbott, I. A. A. C, 121 ft.

5-mile run—Won by J. J. Daley, I. A. A. C.;
George Bonhag. I. A. A. C. second; Thomas Col-
lins, I. A. A. C. third. Time, 26:04. Daley beat
the record by :15%.

220-yard hurdle—Won by John J. Eller. Jr., I. A. A. C; A. B. Shaw, Chicago A. A., second; W. S. Lee, N. Y. A. C, third. Time. :25y5. Eller's record in this event ties that of the former champion. H. L. Hillman, N. Y. A. C.

220-yard run—Won by H. J. Huff, Chicago A. A.; P. C. Gerhardt, Olympic Club of California, second; C. .1. Seitz. N. Y. A. C, third. Time. :22V5. Huff's time beats by one-fifth of a second that of Former Champion R. L. Young, I. A. A. C.

Throwing 56-lb. weight—Won by John J. Flannagan, I. A. A. C, distance 38 ft. 8 in.; P. McDonald. I. A. A. C, 35 ft. 3 in., second; James R. Mitchell. N. Y. A. C, 31 ft. 11 in., third. Flannagan beat the former world's record, held by himself.

Running high jump—Won by Con Leapy of Cork,
Ireland, champion of the world at the Olympic
games, Athens. Greece, height 6 ft. 1 in.; Her-
bert A. Gidney, Boston A. A., 6 ft. % in., sec-
ond; F. Risley, I. A. A. C, 5 ft. 11 in., third.

Throwing discus (Greek style)—Won by Martin
Sheridan, I. A. A. C, distance 97 ft. 3V2 in.; A.
K. Deartiorn, N. Y. A. C, 91 ft. 1% in., second;
Piatt Adams, N. Y. A. C. 81 ft. 1 in., third.

Pole vault for height—Won by E. T. Cook, I. A.
A. C. height 12 ft. 3 in.; C. A. Allen, I. A. A.
C. 12 ft. 3 in.: E. C. Glover. Chicago A. A., 12
ft. Cook won in the jump-off.

ALL-AROUND CHAMPIONSHIP.

Martin J. Sheridan of the Irish-American Athletic club of New York city won the all-around championship of the Amateur Athletic union at

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Standing high jump—5 ft. 5 In., Ray C. Ewry. Standing broad jump—11 ft. 4% in., Ray C. Ewry

(1904).

Standing triple jump—36 ft. 1 in., Peter O'Connor (1906).

Pole vault—11 ft. 9 in.. Leroy Samse (1904).

Running hop, skip and Jump—47 ft. 4% in., M. Prinstein.

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

Throwing 16-lb. hammer—168 ft. 1 in., John Flanagan (1904).

Throwing the discus—132 ft., M. J. Sheridan (1904). The Olympian games are now held every two

years. The 1908 meeting will take place in England.

MARATHON FOOT RACES.

The third Marathon foot race under the auspices of the Illinois Athletic club of Chicago was run Saturday. Sept. 21. over the 25-mile course from Ravinia Park to the clubhouse in Michigan ave nue. It was won by Alexander Thibeau of the First Regiment Athletic association in 3:00:10. Albert L. Corey and J. A. Feltes of the same association were second and third respectively in 3:06:25 and 3:12:00. Record of the event to date: Year. Winner. Time.

1905—Rhud Mtzner 3:15:0C

1906—Dennis Bennett 2:41:33

1907—Alexander Thibeau 3:00: 10

Thomas Longboat, a full-blooded Indian from Hamilton. Ont., won the Boston Athletic association Marathon race of 25 miles from Ashland to Boston. April 19. 1907, in 2:24:24, beating the record of 2:29:28% for the course made by J. J. McCaffrey in 1901. Robert Fowler of Cambridge was second in 2:27:54% and J. J. Hayes of New York was tbird in 2:30:38%. There were 102 starters.

YACHTING.

THE AMERICA'S CUP.

RECORD OP RACES TO DATE.

1851—Aug. 22. In this, the year of the great exhibition in London, the Royal Yacht club of England offered a cup to the winner of a yacht race around the Isle of Wight. The course was 60 miles in length and was won by the schooneryacht America, designed by George Steers for

5:39:02; Livonia, 6:09:23. Oct. 23, New York Yacht club course: Sappho, 4:16:17; Livonia, 5:11:55.

1876—Aug. 11, New York Yacht club course: Madeleine. 5:23:54; Countess of Dufterin, 6:34:53. Aug. 12, 20 miles to windward off Sandy Hook and return: Madeleine, 7:18:46; Countess of Dufferin, 7:46:00.

1881—Nov. 9, New York Yacht club course: Mischief, 4:17:00; Atalanta, 4:45:3914. Nov. 10, 16 miles to leeward off Sandy Hook and return: Mischief, 4:54:53; Atalanta, 6:33:47.

1885—Sept. 14, New York Yacht club course: Puritan. 6:06:05; Genesta. 6:22:24. Sept. 16, 20 miles to leeward off Sandy Hook light and return: Puritan, 5:03:14; Genesta, 5:04:52.

1886—Sept. 9, New York Yacht club course: Mayflower, 5:26:41: Galatea. 5:38:43. Sept. 11, 20 miles to leeward off Sandy Hook light and return: Mayflower, 6:49:10; Galatea, 7:18:09.

1887—Sept. 27. New York Yacht club course: Volunteer, 4:53:18; Thistle, 6:12:41%. Sept. 30, 20 miles to windward off Scotland light and return: Volunteer, 5:42:56%; Thistle, 5:54:45.

1893—Oct. 7. 15 miles to windward off Sandy Hook light and return: Vigilant, 4:05:47; Valkyrie, 4:11:35. Oct. 9, triangular 30-mile course, first leg to windward: Vigilant, 3:25:01; Valkyrie, 3:35:36. Oct. 13, 15 miles to windward off Sandy Hook light and return: Vigilant, 3:24:39; Valkyrie. 3:25:19.

1895—Sept. 7, 15 miles to windward and return, east by south off Point Seabright, N. J.; Defender, 4:57:55; Valkyrie III., 5:08:44. Sept. 11, triangular course, 10 miles in each leg: Valkyrie, 3:65:09; Defender, 3:55:56; won by Defender on a foul. Sept. 13. Defender sailed over course and claimed cup and race; claim allowed.

1899—Oct. 16, 15 miles to windward and return, off Sandy Hook: Columbia, 4:53:53; Shamrock, 5:04:07. Oct. 17, triangular course, 10 miles to a leg: Columbia. 3:37:00; Shamrock snapped its topmast. Oct. 20, 15 miles to leeward and return: Columbia, 3:38:09: Shamrock, 3:43:26.

1901—Sept. 28. 15 miles to windward and return, off Sandy Hook: Columbia, 4:30:24; Shamrock II., 4:31:44. Oct. 3. triangular course: Columbia, 3:12:35: Shamrock II., 3:16:10. Oct. 4, 15

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John C. Stevens of the New York Yacht club. The America was 94 feet over all, 88 feet on the water line, 22% feet beam and 11% feet draft. There was no time allowance and the competing yachts ranged in size from a three-masted 392-ton schooner, the Brilliant, to the 47-ton cutter, the Aurora, which came in second in the race. The time of the America was 10 hours and 34 minutes; that of the Aurora was 24 minutes slower. The cup after that became known as the America's cup and has now been successfully defended for fifty-six years.

1870—Aug. 8, New York Yacht club course: Magic, 3:58:21: Cambria, 4:37:38.

1871—Oct. 16, New York Yacht club course: Columbia. 6:19:41; Livonia, 6:46:45. Oct. 18, 20 miles to windward off Sandy Hook and return: Columbia. 3:07:41%: Livonia. 3:18:16%. Columbia disabled in third race Oct. 19. Oct. 21, 20 miles to windward off Sandy Hook and return: Sappho,

miles to leeward and return: Columbia, 4:32:57; Shamrock II.. 4:33:38. 1903—Aug. 22, 15 miles to leeward and return, off Sandy Hook: Reliance. 3:31:17; Shamrock III., 3:41:17. Aug. 25, triangular course, 10 miles to leg: Reliance, 3:14:54; Shamrock III., 3:18:10. Sept. 3, 15 miles to windward and return: Reliance, 4:28:04; Shamrock III. did not finish.

THE EMPEROR'S CUP. The first international ocean yacht race for a cup offered by the emperor of Germany was sailed in 1905. The course was from Sandy Hook, N. J., to the Lizard, England, a distance of approximately 3,000 miles. The Atlantic, which was sailed by Capt. Charles Barr, won the race, arriving at the Lizard at 9:16 p. m., May 29, and beating the best previous record, made by the Endymion. by one day and sixteen and one-half hours. The actual elapsed time was twelve days

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