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vard-Yale series resulted: June 20, Yale 7,
Harvard 2; June 24, Harvard 10, Yale 4-
June 28, Harvard 6, Yale 5.


Haverhill 64 48 .571


Concord 61 53 .535


Lawrence 59 54 .622
Dover 55 58 .487


Lowell 53 60 .469


WESTERN UNIVERSITIES.
The following record of games played with
each other by the n nes of some of the
leading schools of the middle west n 1902
is not particularly significant so far as tbe
championship is concerned. The schedule
did not permit of any conclusive compari-
son of merits. Illinois, Wisconsin and Be-
loit had the strongest teams in the field.


Nashua 46 69 .400


Fall River ....38 75 .336




THE I. I. I. LEAGUE.
Club. Won. Lost. Pet.
Rockford 74 52 .587


Terre Haute 70 53 .569


Cedar Rapids 64 55 .538


Rock Island 58 61 .487
Davenport 59 63 .484


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Evansville -67 67 .460


Decatur 55 69 .444


Bloomington 54' 71 .432


SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
Club. iron. Lost. Pet.
Nashville 80 39 .673
Little Rock 76 49 .609
New Orleans 71 47 .602
Atlanta 58 59 .496




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Beloit
Notre Dame.
Purdue
Chicago


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Memphis 52 63 .452
Chattanooga 49 67 .422
Shreveport 48 71 .404
Birmingham 39 79 .330

LONGEST GAMES OF THE YEAR.
June 22 Chicago, 3: Pittsburg, 219 In-
nings (National league).


Nebraska
Northwestern.
Minnesota
Michigan
Indiana




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nings (American league).
Aug. 17 Brooklyn, 7: St. Louis, 717 in-
nings (National league).
July 9 Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 217 in-
nings' (American league).


Illinois made a trip to the east and played
games as follows: May 24, Illinois 3,
Princeton 1; May 3, Harvard 2, Illinois 1-
June 4, Illinois 10, Yale 4; June 7, Illinois
11, Pennsylvania 3.


YACHT

LIFTON CUP RACES.
In June, 1902, Sir Thomas J. Lipton of
London presented to the Columbia Yacht
club of Chicago a silver cup valued at $700
to be competed for annually by yachts of
the 21-foot cabin class, the best two out of
three racos to decide and the winner to re-
turn the ctip to the club before the yearly
contest. The first competition took place
on Lake Michigan at Chicago, July 4, 5 and


'ING.

7, and La Rita, owned by George R. Peare,
won in each of the three races. The course
for the first contest was over a triangle,
two miles to each leg, the course twice
over. La Rita, Arab IV., Spray. Privateer
and Colleen finished in the order named
Winner's time, 2:20:06. The course for the
second race was 3 miles to leeward
and return, twice over. Owing to a series
of mishaps only La Rita nd Arab IV. com-



SPORTING RECORDS.



245



peted, the former winning with ten min-
utes to spare. The third aud final race was
over a quadrangular course, three miles to
a leg. La Rita again won, coming three
minutes and twenty-live seconds ahead of
Sprite, the only other boat entered. Elapsed
time, La Rita, 2:35:35; Sprite, 2:39.

SEAWANHAKA CUP RACES.

The annual international contest for the
Seawaunaka cup for small yachts took
place on Lake St. Louis, off Montreal, Aug.
7, 8, 9 and 11, and resulted in favor of the
Canadian defender, the Trident of the Royal
St. Lawrence Yacht club. The challenger was
the Oshkosh-built boat, the Tecumseh of the
Bridgeport (N. Y.) Yacht club. The first
race was a beat to windward and return,
four miles, sailed three times over, a total
distance of twelve miles. Elapsed time:
Trident, 1:58:21; Tecumseh. 2:13:13, or 14:52
in favor of the Trident. The course for the
second race was triangular, three times
around, the first leg being a beat, the sec-
ond a reach and the third a free run. Te-
cumseh won by 1:22. Elapsed time: Tecum-
seh, 2:27:35; Trident, 2:28:47. For the third
race tue course was to windward and re-
turn, each leg two miles, sailed three
times over. Trident won, her elapsed time
being 2:06:31 to 2:10:42 for Tecumseh. Tri-
dent also won the fourth race and the cup
by defeating the Tecumseh on the triangu-
lar course by 1:49:55 to 1:55:22.

NEW YORK YACHT CLDB CONTEST.

Henry S, Redmond's English yacht Ailsa
won the $500 Jtstor cup by defeating the
72-footers Rainbow, Yankee and Mlneola
In a 38-mile race off Newport Aug.
6. On the same day and course the $1,000
Astor cup was won by F. F. Brewster's
Elmina after a close race with Charles
Smithers' Muriel. In the 37-mile run from
Newport to Vineyard Haven Aug. 7 the
Constellation broke the record for the
course and won the race for the large
schooner class by covering the distance In
3:32:15. Corona won in class B and Elmiua



in class D. For sloops Yankee won in
class H, Queen Mab in class I, Humma in
class K and Ondawa in class L.

LAKE MICHIGAN YACHTING ASSOCIA-
TION REGATTA.
This was held on Macatawa bay, Michi-
gan, Aug. 7, 8 aud 9, under unsatisfactory
weather conditions. The prizes were award-
ed to Sallie in the schooner class; Vence-
dor, class 1A; Illinois, class 2A; La Rita,
class 3A; Beatrice, class 2B; Eleanor II.,
class 4A, and Snipe, class 4B. Macatawa
won the cup offered by the Macatawa Bay
Yacht club for yachts of the "sidewalk
type. On the last day the breeze was so
light that of all the boats entered only
the Illinois and La Rita fiuished within the
time allowed. The Illinois covered the
twelve miles of the course in 2:00:00 and
La Rita in 2:34:36.



CHICAGO-MICHIGAN CITY RACES.
Sailed June 14; won by Commodore Fred
Price's sloop Vencedor In 3:38:55, with Siren
second in 3:46:30. In tBe special 21-foot
class A contest La Rita was first in 4:43:
and Privateer second in 4:47:18.



THE AMERICA'S CUP.
The thirteenth international contest for
the America's cup will take place in Au
gust, 1903, over the same courses and under
the same conditions as In 1901. Oct. 7, 1902,
the secretary of the Royal Ulster Yacht
club, on behalf of Sir Thomas Lipton, Bart.,
K. C. V. O., a member of the club, mailed
a challenge to the New York Yacht club
which was officially accepted Oct. 16. By
the terms of the challenge the first race
Is to be sailed on Thursday, Aug. 20, 1903;
the second on Saturday, Aug. 22, and the
third on Tuesday, Aug. 25. Any further
races, if any are required, are to be sailed
on each following Thursday, Saturday and
Tuesday until finished. The name of the
challenging yacht Is Shamrock III., . its
length on the load water line is ninety feet
and it is cutter rigged.



MEASUREMENTS OP COMPETING YACHTS, 18Si-l)l.





Vigilant.


Valky-
rie II.


Defend-
er.


Valky-
rie III.


r<,lum-
bia.


Sham-
rock I.


Sham-
rock II.


Length, load water line


Feet.
86.19
128


Feet.
85.50
126


Feet.
88.45
124


Feet.
88.85
129


Feet.
89.77
182


Feet.
87.60
130


Feet.
89.25
133




2ti


20.5


23


27


24.2


24 56^6


25


Draught


13


16.5


19


18.5


19.10


22


22


Length from after end of
main boom to forward point


176.22


160.5


181.79


186.22


182.87


189.13


184 03


Length from fore sirle mast
to forward point of meas-


74.85


66.16


73.55


78.94


78.88


79.46


7828


Length of spinnakei pole
I length of gaff


74.62
54.76


72
55.57


73.36
114


78.94
59


78.110

ni.m


79.46
67 64


78.28
66 17




56.88


51.50


57.42


55.98


64.W


5806


68 18


From main boom to topsail


123.84


111.83


125.48


129.80


UI.1 1


128.28


14339




11.272


10,042


12.602


13,027


13,211


l.'i 485 82


MOOl


Sailing length


96.78


98.11


100.86


101.49


102.135


101.02


102.355



RECORD OF PREVIOUS RACES.

1S51 Aug. 22. Iii this, the year of the great
exhibition in London, the Royal Xacht 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 schooner-yacht America,
designed by George Steers for John C.



Stevens of the New York Yacht club. The
America was 94 feet over all, 88 feet on the
water line, 22V feet beam and ll 1 /. feet
draught. 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



246



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



time of the America was 10 jours 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 years.

1870 AUK. 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, 6:4ti:45. Oct. 18,
20 miles to windward off Sandy Hook and
return: Colunibia,8:07:41%; Livonia, 3: 18: 15J*
Columbia disabled in third race Oct. 19.
Oct. 21, 20 miles to windward off Sandy
Hook and return: Sappho, 6:39:112; 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 Dufferin.
5:34:53. Aug. 12, 20 miles to windward on"
Sandy Hook and return: Madeleine, 7:18:46;
Countess of Dufferin, 7:46:00.

1881 Nov. 9, New York Yacht club course: Mis-
chief, 4:17:00; Atalanta, 4:4;i:39W. Nov. 10,
16 miles to leeward off Sandy Hook and re-
turn: Mischief, 4:54:53; Atalanta, 5:33:47.

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, 5:12:41%. Sept. 30,
20 miles to windward off Scotland light and
return: Volunteer, 5:42:5014; Thistle, 5:54:45.

1893 Oct. 7, 15 miles to windward off Sandy
Hook light and return: Vigilant, 4:05:47;



ward off Sandy Hook light and return: Vigi-
lant,3:24:39; Valkyrie, 3:25:19.

1895 Sept. 7, 15 miles to windward and return,
east by south off Point Seabright. N. J.: De-
fender, 4:57:55; Valkyrie HI. .5:08:44: Sept. 11,
triangular course, 10 miles in each leg, Val-
kyrie, 3:55:09; Defender, 3:55:56; won by De-
fender 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; Sham-
rock, 5:04:07. Oct. 17, triangular course, ten
miles to a leg, Columbia, 3:37:00, Shamrock
snapped its topmast. Oct. 20, 15 miles to lee-
ward and return, Columbia, 3:38:09; 3:43:26.

1901 Sept. 28. 15 miles to wind ward and return,
off Sandy Hook: Columbia, 4:30:24; Sham-
rock II., 4:31:44. Oct. 3, triangular course
Columbia. 3:12:35: Shamrock II., 3:16:10.
Oct. 4, 15 miles to leeward and return: Co-
lumbia, 4:32:57; Shamrock 11., 4:33:38.



THE CANADA CLP.
The first race for the Canada cup, a
trophy valued at $1,000, was sailed at Toledo
in 1896 and was won by the Canada of the
Royal Canadian Yacht club. The challen-
ging boat was the Vencedor. In 1899 the
Geuesee of Rochester, representing the Chi-
cago Yacht club, won the cup at Toronto by
defeating the defender, Beaver, in the first
three races sailed. la 1901 the challenging
yacht was the Invader of the Royal Cana-
dian Yacht club of Toronto and the de-
fender the Cadillac of Detroit, flying the
colors of the Chicago Yacht club. The races
took place at Chicago Aug. 10, 12, 13 and 14.
The first was won by the Cadillac, but the
Invader won the second, ttiird (on a foul)
and fourth, and was awarded the trophy.



BOWING.



INTERUNIVERSITY RACES.

(Figures in parentheses denote order at
finish.)

June 26. 1896 (1) Cornell, 19:59;. (2) Harvard,
20:08; (3) Pennsylvania, 20:18; (4) Colum-
bia, 21:25.

July 2, 189J (1) Cornell, 20:47%; (2) Colum-
bia, 21:20%; (3) Pennsylvania, swamped.

July 2, 1898 (1) Pennsylvania, 15:51%; (2)
Cornell, 16:06; (3) Wisconsin, 16:10; (4)
Columbia, 16:21.

June 27, 1899 (1) Pennsylvania, 20:04; (2)
Wisconsin, 20:05y.; (3) Cornell, 20:13; (4)
Columbia, 20:20.

June 30, 1900 (1) Pennsylvania, 19:44%; (2)
Wisconsin, 19:46%; (3) Cornell, 20:04%;
(4) Columbia, 20:08%; (5) Georgetown,
20:19%.

July 2, 1901 (1) Cornell, 18:53y 5 ; (2) Colum-
bia, 18:58; (3) Wisconsin, 19:06%; (4)
Georgetown, 19:21; (5) Syracuse, distanced;
(6) Pennsylvania, distanced.

June 21, 902 (1) Cornell. 19:05%: (2) Wis-
consin, 19:13%; (3) Columbia. 19:18%; (1)
Pennsylvania. 19:26: '(o) Syracuse, 19:31%;
(6) Georgetown, 19:32.
In 1898 the race took place on Saratoga

lake over a three-mile course; the other

contests were on the four-mile course at

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

NATIONAL ROWING REGATTA.
The thirtieth annual regatta of the Na-
tional Association of Amateur Oarsmen
took place on Lake Qiiinsiganiond. Massa-
chusetts, Aug. 8 and 9. The events resulted:
Intermediate four-oared, won by Ariel B.



C., Baltimore, ill 9:20%; senior pair-oared, by
Vesper Boat club, Philadelphia, in 11:02;
intermediate pair-oared, by Harlem Row-
ing club, New York, in 11:31; senior four-
oared shells, by Winnipeg R. C., in 8:55',4;
senior doubles, by Bohemian B. C. , New]
York, in 9:34; intermediate eight-oared
shells, by Pennsylvania Barge club, in 7:37;
association singles, by J. V. Juvenal, V.
B. C., Philadelphia, in 10:02; intermediate
singles, by Ernest George, Boston A. A.,
in 10:2614; championship singles, by C. I.
Titus, Union B. C., New York, with Frank
B. Greer, Jeffries Point R. C., second, in
10:07; intermediate double sculls, by Boston
A. A., in 9:28%; international four-oared
shells, by Winnipeg R. C., in 8:40%: senior
eight-oared shells, by Vesper B. C., Phila-
delphia, in 7:57%; war canoe race, by I
Quinobequins of Dedham. Mass., in 6:46. |
Tue races were over a course a mile and j
a half long with a turn, except those for
the eights, which were straightaway, oue
and one-half miles* less sixty yards.

The officers of the association for 1902-
1903 are Julius D. Maher, New York, presi-
dent; Charles Catlin, Chicago, vice-presi-
dent; Fred R. Fortmeyer, Newark, secre-
tary.

NORTHWESTERN A. R. A. REGATTA.
The thirty-second annual regatta of the
Northwestern Amateur Rowing association
was held on Grand river and Spring lake,
near Grand Haven,' Mich., Aug. 1 and 2.
The course on Grand river was a mile and
a half straightaway and that on Spring



SPOUTING RECORDS.



247



lake the saint 1 distance with a turn. Re-
sults first day (Grand river): Junior single
sculls, won by E. J. Hess of Century club,
St. Louis, in 11:16; senior single sculls, Vi
mile dash, won by Frank J. Suite, Chicago
Yacht club, in 1:23%; senior double walls,
won by Frank Vesely and Fred Budrle,
Bohemian Boat club, Nw York, ini 9:44;
junior four-oared shells, won by Western
Rowing club, St. Louis, in 9:33%: inter-
mediate single sculls, won by John L.
Joachim, Western Rowing club, in 10:05%.
Results second day (Spring lake): Junior
double sculls, won by Gus Voeig and Louis
Helm, Western Rowing club, in 10:06; sin-
gle canoes, half mile, won by E. B. well s.
Wyaudotte Athletic club, in 5:34; senior
single sculls, won by Frank J. Suite. Chi-
cago Yacht club, In 10:55; intermediate
four-oared shells, won by Western Rowing
club, in 10:50; senior pair-oared shells, won
by Walter Mower and D. B. Duffield, De-
troit Boat club, in 10:34: tandem canoes,
won by E. B. and E. R. Nellis, Wyandotte
Athletic club, in 4:47.

UNIVERSITY FRESHMEN EIGHTS.
(Poughkeepsie course, two miles.)

June 30, 1900 (1) Wisconsin, 9:45%; (2)
Pennsylvania, 9:54%; (3) Cornell, 9:55%;
(4) Columbia. 10:08.

July 2, 1901 (1) Pennsylvania, 10:20%; (2)
Cornell, 10:23; (3) Columbia, 10:36%; (4)
Syracuse, 10:44.

June 21,' 1902 (1) Cornell, 9:34%; (2) Wis-
consin, 9:42%; (3) Columbia, 9:49; (4)
Syracuse, 9:53; (5) Pennsylvania, 10:05.

FOUR-OARED RACES.
(Poughkeepsie course, two miles.)
July 2, 1901 (1) Cornell, 11:39%; (2) Penn-
sylvania, 11:45%; (3) Columbia, 11:51%.
June 21. 1902 (1) Cornell, 10:43%; (2) Penn-
sylvania, 10:54%; (3) Columbia, 11:08.

HARVARD-YALE RACES.

UNIVERSITY EIGHTS. Loser's

Year. Winner. Time. time.

1876 Yale 22:02 22:33

1877 Harvard 24:36 24:44

1878 Harvard 20:44% 21:29

1879 Harvard 22:15 23:58

1880 Yale 24:27 25:09

1881 Yale 22:13 22:19

1882 Harvard 20:47 20:50%

1883 Harvard 24:26 25:69

1884 Yale 20:31 20:46

1885 Harvard 25:15% 26:30

1886 Yale 20:41% 21:05%

1887 Yale 22:56 23:14%

1888 Yale 20:10 21:24

1889 Yale 21:30 21:55

1890 Yale ...-. '. 21:29 21:40

1891 Harvard 21:23 21:57

1892 Yale 20:48 21:40

1893 Yale 25:01% 26:15

1894-Yale 22:47 24:40

1895^-Yale 21:30 25:15

1899 Harvard 20:52% 21:13

1890 Yale 21:12% 21:37%

1901 Yale 23:37 23:45

1902 Yale 20:20 20:33

Of the above races the first two were rowed
on the SpringBeld (Mass.) course and the re-
mainder on the Mew London course, wnicn
is four miles straightaway. There were no
dual races In 1896. 1897 and 1898.

HARVARD-YALE FRESHMEN EIGHTS.

(Two miles.) Lnser's

Year. Winner. Time. t'me.

1901 Yale 10:37% 10:68

1902 Dead heat 10:13 10:13



HARVARD-YALE FOUR-OARED RACE.

(Two milt's.) Loser's

Year. Wtnntf. Tim?. tinn 1 .

1901 Harvard 11:49% 12:02%

1902 Harvard 11:19',;, 11:25%



OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE RECORD.
Course from Putney to Mortlake, London.
Year. Winner. Time.

1880 Oxford 21:23

1881 Oxford 21:51

1882 Oxford 20:12

1883 Oxford 21:18

1884 Cambridge 21:39

1885 Oxford 21:36

1886 Cambridge 22:29

1887 Cambridge 20:52

1888 Cambridge 20:48

1889 Cambridge 20:14

1890 Oxford 22:03

1891 Oxford 22:00

1892 Oxford 19:21

1893 Oxford 18:47

1894 Oxford 21:38

1895 Oxford 20:50

1896 Oxford 20:01

1897 Oxford 19:11%

1898 Oxford 22:15

1899 Cambridge 21:04

1900 Cambridge 18:47

1901 Oxford 22:31

1902 (March 22) Cambridge 19:09

ROWING RECORDS.

14 mile *:57, single sc-ull, straightaway,
Edwin Henley, Newark, N. J., July 11, 1901.

% mile *3:08J, single scull, straightaway,
Edwin Henley, Newark, N. J., July 11,
1893.

1 mile 4:28, single scull, straightaway,
James Stansbury, with tide, Thames river,
England, July 11, 1896; *4:48, single scull,
straightaway, Rupert Guiuess, Thames
river, England, 1893.

2 miles *9:19%, eight oars, straightaway,
Yale freshmen, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June
23, 1897.

3 miles *14:27%, eight oars, straightaway,
Cornell varsity, New London, Conn., June
25, 1891.

4 miles 18:534, straightaway, Cornell uni-
versity, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 2, 1901.
Performance by amateur.

SCULLING.

George Towns of Australia won the
world's sculling championship by defeating
Jake Gaudaur at Rat Portage, Ont., Sept.
7, 1901. Towns covered the distance, three
miles, in 20:32. The world's record for the
distance is 19:01%; it was made by Gaudaur
In Texas.

SWIMMING.

At the sportsmen's show in the Coliseum,
Chicago, Feb. 19, Howard F. Brewer of the
Olympic Athletic club, San Francisco, won
the American Athletic union swimming
championship by defeating E. Carroll
Schaeffer and Fred A. Wenck in a 600-yard
race. His time was 8:25 flat, or 53% sec-
onds better than the former American rec-
ord held by Stanley B. French of England
since 1896.

At the same place Feb. 20 Brewer lowered
three other American records by making
700 yards in 10:02%, 800 yards in 11:31% and
a half mile in 12:39%. Feb. 22 he set new
records for intermediate distances as fol-
lows: 540 yards. 7:45%; 640 yards, 9:14%;



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR u-os.



e* yard*. 9:51%; 74* yards. :: LS2



Tattle of the TTlinaii Xaral Reserve
itade a new record Feb. 13 for
yards. His tin*- was :23 V
Feb. 15 J. Scott Leary of San Francisco



rted



far the



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Jin :! flat a world s record,
of the Central Y. M. C. A..
the Mft, 2* and 5* yard races
of the Central asso-

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the abort races toek niare at the aports-

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lowered the American
tear record for *M yards to 235%.
At the A. A. I.



at Trarer* island the *-yani rac* was

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Ckarlea RaberL New York A. C,. flecoari;



A. C., third.

Hme^ COS%; new American record; old

The one-mile race was also woo by E. C.
~ r: Otto Waale. XV w York A. C..
Fred A. Weock. New York A. C..

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CHAMPIONS OF 19*2.
Grand Circuit Friak I- Kramer,



taak L.

H*K-Mile W. S. Fea^

Oae-Tkbd MUe-Tie hetweea Major Tay-

tar aad Frank L. Kraaer.
O mfc Fia> L. Kramer.

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17 miles. 23:14; IS males.
bes. 25:57: 2 miles, 21:18,
FULttmit. Age. IS. 19*2.

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Albert

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40:: 29 mfles, 41:48%; 3*
males. 44:45%; 33 miles. 44:14%:
mBea, 43:49%; 34 miles, 49:11;

* mOes, i2:*S=s: 37 miles. 53:34%:

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59:42%: 41 miles 25*




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. 1:35:44%: James Moraa,
Mass-, Jaly 12. 19*1.

l:43^C%. W. C.



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a.. Jary 12. il.



Cam-
Cam-



: -. -

12. MW.
. .W. Pierce.

henca, X. Y.. July 29. 1899.

W. Pierce, Wak-

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TOO.. XOTOX PACED.

mile :J: Major Taylor, Cnicago. SOT.
a Johnson.



1-3 mfie JT1fe; J.

- B, OK,
^ mfie:4l; Major Taylor, Chicago, Xr.

2-3 mOe 3S%: W. W. Hamilton,

Cat.. March 2, 18K.
1 mile l:li%, Jsaenh Ketem,





Qty, Ctab. Sept. 15.
1 mile 1:55%, F.



% mile 3*%, F. L, Kramer, Yailsbarg.

X. J., Oct. , MM.
^ mile :54*s- F. L, Kramer, Vailabarg,

X. J.. Jan- 15. 19B.
2-3 mile i:is. W. F. Sims, Washington,

D. C.. Aag: 15. 1898.
mUJ-l:29. John Cbapmaa, Salt Lake

A. McFarland. New

H - . - - ; ..:.:-:

2 mOea 3^9%. F. L. Kramer, VaOabvg,

X. J., Jaly T. MM.
S mfles W:15. W. S. F^na. YaUsbmrg. N J .

Aug. 25, 19*L
1*- mile* 21:53 H. W. S. Fenn. Vafisbvrg.

N. J., July 27, 19*2.

AGAX3CST TTHX, L SPACED

14 nTe-JS%. Major Taylor, X*w York

city, Dec. 14, M**.
1-3 mate ^4^4. W. W. TTJU. Corooado.

CaL, March 2, 1^9*.
%-mile ^2%, W. E. SanmeUoB. Salt Lake

City, Utah, Jane 27. 19*2.
.-. _.. -: I-.- v. - : . - ;

CoL. NOT. It. 1395.

1 atOe 1:53=6. W. M. .^ip. Salt Lake
- July_25_

Denrer, CoL.



July 9, i
* mUe

t



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2* rnOea.



4 mfles. S:S, F. J. Titus.

;-: r .. am

, Alex. Peterson,

O., AncI 4. MK.
mfles 23:9%: 15 mfles, 35^3
47^*%: 25 mfles, 59:13%: 25
yards fa one hoar. W. W. Hamilton, Den-
rer, CoL, Jaly 9, 1898.

con pavt 1 1 loy. TTXPACID.
A handicap record hi recognised as a
- _ - - -. :. :- . .: ~- -;^- :.. . : .s '-
ter than has been madr in any scratch

%-mile d8%, F. L. Kramer, Tilliliaii.

X. J^ May 4. 19*2.
1-3 mfle 38%, E. C. Bald, CbarJotte,

X. C-, Xor. 3. 1*W.

ij oiile :54S- F. L. Kramer. VaOshorg.

N J., Jane 15. 19*2.
n mfle 1:55%, F. A. McFarland, Hew

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SPORTING RECORDS.



249



*2 miles 3:59%, F. L. Kramer, Vailsburg,

N. J., July 7, 1901.
*5 miles 10:15, W. S. Fenn, Vailsburg,

N. J., Aug. 25, 1901.
10 miles 21:38%, W. B. Vaughn, Salt Lake

City, Utah, Aug. 23. 1901.
15 miles 33:44, F. L. Kramer, Vailsburg,

N. J., Sept. 22, 1901.
20 miles 46:06%, E. C. Hausman, New York

city, Sept. 28, 1901.
25 miles 57:52%, F. L. Kramer, New York

city. Sept. 28, 1901.
1 hour 26 miles 19 yards, W. Hedspath.

Dayton, O., July 31, 1902.

Made in handicap.

PACED HOUR RECORDS WORLD'S.

Hrs.
148 miles 695 yards; Contenet, Paris,

Oct. 30, 1902.
146 m. 1,365 y.; Michael, Paris, Sept. 7,

1902.
282 m. 1.566 y. ; Dickentman, Berlin,

Aug. 3, 1902.
3122 m. 1,392 y.; Robl, Berlin, Aug. 3,

1902.
4156 m. 518 y.; Robl, Berlin, Aug. 3,

1902.
5188 m. 188 y. ; Robl, Berlin, Aug. 3,

1902.
6222 m. 1,410 y.; Robl, Berlin, Aug. 3,

12349 'm. 1.456 y. ; Walters, Paris, Sept.

15 1900.

24634 m. 774 y. ; Walters, Paris, July 8,
1899.

PACED HOUR RECORDS AMERICAN.
Hrs.

141 m. 250 y. ; Harry D. Elkes, Cam-
bridge, June 12, 1902.

274 m. 1,172 y. ; James Moran, Cam-
bridge, July 12, 1901.
389 m. 440 y.; Charles Turville, bait

Lake City, Sept. 15, 1901.
4117 m.; Charles Turville, Salt Lake

5146 'm.; Charles Turville, Salt Lake

City, Sept. 15, 1901.
6172 m. ; Charles Turville, Salt Lake

City, Sept. 15, 1901.
7199 m. 220 y. ; Charles Turville, Salt



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