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Lake City, Sept. 15. 1901.
8218 m. 440 y. ; W. F. King, Salt Lake

City, Sept. 15, 1901.
9246 m. 440 y. ; W. F. King, Salt Lake

City, Sept. 15, 1901.
10265 m.; W. F. King, Salt Lake City,

Sept. 15, 1901.
11289 m. ; W. F. King, Salt Lake City,

Sopt 15, 1901.
12312 m. 880 y. ; B. W. Pierce, Waltham,

July 3, 1899.

W. F. King also holds the records for 13,
14, 15, 16 and 17 hours, the distances being
335 miles 1,540 yards, 355 miles, 372 miles,
397 miles 220 yards and 409 miles 440 yards.
All were made at Salt Lake City, Sept. 15,
1901.

John Lawson held the hour records from
18 to 24 inclusive as follows: 18 hours, 416
miles: 19 hours. 432 miles; 20 hours. 450
miles 1,540 yards; 21 hours, 466 miles 660
yards; 22 boors, 485 miles 220 yards; 23
hours, 507 milos 1,320 yards; 24 hours, 634
miles 774 yards.

AMATEUR RECORDS.

COMPETITION, PACED.

1 mile 1:30%; 2 miles, 2:59%; 3 miles, 4:26:
4 miles. 5:53%; 5 miles, 7:24%, Samuel
Sulkin, Providence, It. I., Aug. 13, 1902.



6 miles 9:47%; 7 miles, 11:29%, Joseph
Nelson, Vailsburg, N. J., Oct. 20, 1901.

8 miles 13:01%; 9 miles, 14:35%; 10 miles,
16:18%, Joseph Nelson, Atlantic City,
N. J., May 30, 1902.

11 miles 18:14; 12 miles, 19:55; 13 miles,
21:36%; 14 miles, 23:18%; 15 miles,
24:55%, Joseph Nelson, Vailsburg, N. J.,
Oct. 20, 1901.

16 miles 27:02%; E. Ryan, Berkeley Oval,
N. Y., Sept. 9, 1899.

17 miles 28:48%; 18 miles, 30:01%: 19 miles,
32:17%; 20 miles, 34:02%, Ray Duer, Ber-
keley Oval, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1899.

21 miles 39:51; 22 miles, 41:49%: 23 miles,
43:48; 24 miles, 45:50; 25 miles, 47:37;
26 miles, 49:32; 27 miles, 51:28; 28 miles,
53:23; 29 miles, 55:28%; 30 miles, 57:28%;

31 miles, 59:30; 31 miles 460 yards, one
hour; 35 miles, 1:07:16%; 40 miles,
1:17:31%;' 45 miles, 1:28:14%; 50 miles.
1:38:26%; 60 miles, 1:59:35%; 62 miles,
2:03:57%: 50 miles 430 yards in two
hours, John Nelson, Montreal, Canada,
Aug. 10, 1899.

COMPETITION, UNPAGED.

14 mile : 28%, M. L. Hurley, Vailsburg,
N. J., July 27, 1902.

1-3 mile 38%. W. S. Fenn, Hartford, Conn.,

Sept. 3, 1900.
% mile :57%, M. L. Hurley, Providence,

R. I., Aug. 13. 1902.
2-3 mile 1:18, M. L. Hurley, Providence,

R. I., July 1, 1901.

1 mile 1:57%, E. E. Smith, Salt Lake City,
Utah, Aug. 20, 1901.

2 miles 4:12%, T. J. Grady, Springfield,
Mass., June 20, 1901.

5 miles 10:56, M. L. Hurley, Vailsburg,
N. J., July 6, 1902.

10 miles 21:23, J. P. Linley, New Haven,
Conn., May 30, 1902.

15 miles 35:32; 20 miles, 47:39; G. H. Col-
lett. New York city, .May 30, 1900.

25 miles 1:00:39, Edward Forrest, Vails-
burg, N. J., July 28, 1901.

30 miles 1:13:36; 40 miles, 1:39:56%; 50
miles, 2:05:00%; J. P. Jacobson, New
York city, Aug. 25, 1899.

75 miles 3:30:36%; 100 miles, 4:57:24%; W.
Torrence, New York city, Aug. 25, 1899.

1 hour 24 miles 1,472 yards, in handicap
race, C. B. Collett, New York city. May
30, 1900.

AGAINST TIME, PACED.

14 mile :20%, R, C. Holzel, Spokane,
Wash., Sept. 4, 1899.

1-3 mile :29%, R. C. Holzel, Spokane,
Wash., Sept. 26, 1899.

% mile :44%, George Leander, Indianapo-
lis,. Ind., Sept. 29, 1900.

1 mile 1:25%; , 2 miles, 2:53%; 3 miles,
4:2::; 4 miles, 5:52%; 5 miles, 7:18%;
Walter Smith, Vailsburg, N. J.. July 27,
1902.

6 miles 9:51%; 7 miles, 11:28%; 8 miles,
13:05%; 9 mjles, 14:43%; 10 miles, 16:21;
11 miles, 17:58; 12 miles, 19:34%; 13 miles,
21:12; 14 miles, 22:50; 15 miles, 24:26%;
16 miles, 26:23%; 17 miles, 28:04; 18 miles,
29:44%; 19 miles, 31:24%; 20 miles,
33:05%; 21 miles, 34:45%; 22 miles, 36:26%;
23 miles. 38:07%; 24 miles, 39:46%; 25
miles, 41:27; 26 miles, 43:07%; 27 miles,

" 44:48%; 28 miles. 46:28%; 29 miles,
48:21%; 30 miles. 50:23%; 31 miles, 52:05;

32 miles. 53:48; 33 miles, 55:32%; 34 miles,
57:19%; 35 miles, 59; 35 mi.es 1,055
yards in ne hour, Joseph Nelson, Vails-
burg, N. J., Oct. 5, 1901.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



AGAINST TIME, UNPAGED.

14 mile :25, Calvin Snow, Providence, R. I.,

Aug. 25, 1896.
1-3 mile : 25, N. C. Hopper, Salt Lake City,

Utah, Aug. 19, 1902.
1-3 mile :33%, A. B. Simons, Deming,

N. M., May 26, 1896.
1/2 mile 53%, N. C. Hopper, -Salt Lake City,

Utah, Aug. 7, 1902.
2-3 mile 1:21%, J. G. Hell, Denver, Col.,

July 31, 1897.
% mile 1:37, F. B. Stowe, Springfield,

Mass., Oct. 20, 1894.

1 mile 2:02%, W. F. Wahrenberger, New
York city, Aug. 5, 1899.

2 miles 4:25; 3 miles, 6:39%, F. S. Dusen-
berg, Ottumwa, Iowa. July 24, 1899.

4 miles 9 :31% ; 5 miles, 11:36%, C. B.
Hackenberger, Denver, Col., Dec. 13, 1895.

COMPETITION, HANDICAP.

1,4 mile :29%, M. L. Hurley, Vailsburg,

N. J., May 30, 1902.
1-3 mile :38%, W. S. Fenn, Hartford,

Conn., Sept. 3, 1900. >
\ f z mile :57y 5 , M. L. Hurley, Providence,

H. J., Aug. 13, 1902.
2-3 mile 1:18, M." L. Hurley, Providence,

R. I.. Sept. 17, 1902.
1 mile 1:57%, Eddie E. Smith, Salt Lake

City, Utah, Aug. 20, 1901.



2 miles 4^:12%, T. J. Grady, Springfield,
Mass., June 20, 1901.

3 miles 7:25, R. A. Carni, Brookside Park,
Mass., Sept. 11, 1900.

5 miles 10:56. M. L. Hurley, Vailsburg,
N. J.. July 6, 1902.

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS.

1 mile, locomotive paced :57%, C. M.
Murphy, Long Island railroad, June 30,
1899.

Motor bicycle 1 mile against time, 1:12%,
Albert Champion, Vailsburg, Oct. 27,1901;
world's record, 1 mile against time,
1:10%, Darioli, Paris, Oct. 17, 1902; 1 mile,
competition, 1:25%, G. M. Holley, Buf-
falo, Aug. 16, 1901.

Motor tandem 1 mile, against time, 1:18%,
Henshaw and Hedgtroni, Buffalo, Aug. 12.
1901; competition. 1:18%, same men and
place, Aug. 13, 1901.



CYCLING ASSOCIATIONS.
League of American Wheelmen Secretary,

Abbott Bassett, Boston.
National Cycling Association Chairman, A.

G. Batchelder, New- York; Secretary, Tom

Roe, New York.



AUTOMOBILE RACING RECORDS.
(To Dec. 1, l'J02.)



GASOLINE, OVER 2,000 POUNDS.
1 kilometer (.621 mile) :26% seconds, Ga-
briel, Deauville, France, Aug. 26, 1902.
! mile : 46, Angieres, Paris, Nov. 11, 1902.

I mile 1:0214, Alex. Winton, on track,
Cleveland, Sept. 17, 1902.

2-9 miles incl. Records all held by \Vinton;

made at Cleveland, Sept. 17, 1902.
10 miles 10:50, Alex. Winton, Cleveland,

Sept. 17, 1902.

II miles 14:02%, A. C. Bostwick, Yonkers,
Oct. 8, 1901.

12 miles 15:21, A. C. Bostwick, Yonkers,
Oct. 8, 1901.

13 miles 16:38%, A. C. Bostwick, Yonkers,
Oct. 8, 1901.

14 miles 17:53%, H. Fonrnier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901.

15 miles 19:10%, H. Fournier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901.

16 miles 20:24%, H. Fournier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901.

17 miles 21:40%, H. Fournier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901. .

18 miles 22:56%, H. Fournier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901.

19 miles 24:12%, H. Fournier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901.

20 miles 25:25%, H. Fournier, Fort Erie,
Sept. 26, 1901.

25 miles 31:44%; H. Fournier, Fort Erie,

Sept. 26, 1901.
50 miles 1:17:50, Alex Winton, Chicago,

Sept. 15, 1900.



GASOLINE, 1,000 TO 2,000 POUNDS.
1 kilometer :35%, Jenatsy.
1 mile 1:10%, Barras, Darracq.
, ii,. 1:17%, Percy Owen, Staten island,



mik

May 31, 1902.
liles 2



2:35V>, Percy Owen, Providence,
Oct. 18, 1901.

3 miles 5:1914, Percy Owen, Providence,
Oct. 18, 1901.

4 miles 7:04%, Percy Owen, Providence,
Oct. 18, 1901.



5 miles 8:51, Percy Owen, Providence, Oct.

18, 1901.
10 miles 17:47%, E. Apperson, Detroit, Oct.

10, 1901.
15 miles 29:44, C. M. Hamilton, Fort Erie,

Sept. 26, 1901.



GASOLINE, UNDER 1.00& POUNDS.
1 kilometer :35%, Barras, Nice.
1 mile 1:27%, J. Longuevez, Brooklyn,

Nov. 16, 1901.
5 miles 7:50, W. Wigle, Detroit, Oct. 20,

1902.



STEAM.
1 kilometer :29%, Serpolet, Nice, April,

1902.
1 mile 1:12. S. T. Davis, Jr., Staten island,

May 31, 1902.

1 mile 1:05V6, G. C. Cannon, Providence,
Sept. 24, 1902.

2 miles 2:25%, G. 0. Cannon, Providence,
Sept. 24, 1902.

3 miles 3:40%, G. C. Cannon, Providence,
Sept. 24, 1902.

4 miles 4:53%, G. C. Cannon, Providence,
Sept. 24, 1902.

5 miles 6:05, G. C. Cannon, Providence,
Sept. 24, 1902.

25 miles 58:13, S. T. Da vi Jr., Long island,

April 14, 1900.
50 miles 2:18:27, S. T. Davis, Long island,

April 14, 1900.

ELECTRIC.

1 kilometer :36%, Staten island, May 31,
1902.

1 mile 1:03, A. L. Riker, Brooklyn, Nov.

16, 1901.

2 miles 4:03, W. C. Baker, Cleveland, Sept.

17, 1902.

3 miles 5:54%, W. C. Baker, Cleveland.
Sept. 17, 1902.

5 miles 8:51%, W. C. Baker, Detroit, Oct.
25, 1902.



SPORTIXU HIOCOKHS.



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10 miles - -17:57, \V. 0. Baker, Detroit, Oct.

25, 1902.
50 miles 1:00:36, A. L. Riker, Long island,

April 14, 1900.

LONG-DISTANCE RACING.

The European long-distance race of the
year was that from Paris or, more strictly
speaking, Champigny to Vien.ua, a distance
of about 825 miles. It was run June 26-29
and Marcel Renault of Paris was the victor,
whose time was 26 hours and 11 miuutes.



The other four of the first Uvt- to finish
were: Henry Farmau second in 26:::i, M
Eduiond third iu 26:40; Maurice Farman
fourth in 26:51 and Count Zborowsky fifth
in 26:58. The time given is that occupied
In covering the course, leaving out of con-
sideration the time consumed in traversing
the neutralized territory in Switzerland.

The Gordon Bennett international cup race
from Champigny to Innsbruck was won by
S. F. Edge. His time from Champigny to
Belfort and from Bregenz to Innsbruck was
10 hoars 41 minutes and 58 seconds.



GOLF.



AMERICAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP.

Lawrence Auchterlonie, professional of
the Glen View club of 'Chicago, won the
opeugolf championship of theUnitedSiates,
contested on the links of the Garden City
Golf ciub, Long island, Ot. 10 and 11. His
score was 307 for the' seventy-two holes.
Walter J. Travis and Stewart Gardner tied
for second place with 313 each. The, former
yielded second place to Gardner and took
the third prize iu plate. Will Smith, pro-
fessional, took fourth prize. The open
championship to date stands:
1894 Willie Dunn (New York), St. Andrews

links, won by 2 up.
1895 H. Kawlins (Newport), Newport links,

173.
1896 James Foulis (Chicago), Shinnecock

Hills, 152.

1897 Joe Lloyd (Essex), Wheaton links, 162.
1898 Fred Herd (Washington park), Myopia

links, 328.
1899 W. Smith (Midlothian), Baltimore

links, 315.
1900 H. Vardon (Ganton, England), Wheaton

links, 313.
1901 Willie Anderson (Pittsneld, Mass.),

Myopia links, 331.
1902 Lawrence Auchterlonie (Glen View),

Garden City links, 307.

AMERICAN AMATEUB CHAMPIONSHIP.

The tournament for the amateur golf
championship of the United States took
place on the links of the Glen View club
(Chicago) July 14-19. There were 137 start-
ers, including Walter J. Travis, champion
in 1900 and 1901. Louis N. James proved
the victor, his nearest competitor being
Kben M. Byers of Allegheny, Pa. The ama-
teur championship to date stands:
1894 \v. G. Lawrence (Newport), Newport,

It. 1., medal play. 188.
1895 C. B. Macdonald (Chicago), Newport,

K. I., 12 up, 11 to play.

1896 H. J. Whigham (Onwentsia), Shinne-
cock Hills, 8 up, 7 to play.
1897 H. J. Whiglmrn (Onwentsia), Wheaton,

111., 8 up, 6 to play.
1898 F. S. Douglas (Fairfield), Morristown,

N. J., 5 up, 3 to play.
1899 H. M. Harriuian (Meadowbrook), Lake

Forest, 111., 3 up. 2 to play.
1900 WalterJ. Travis (Garden City), Garden

City, L. I., 2 up.

1901 Walter J. Travis (Garden City), At-
lantic City, N. .1., 5 up, 4 to play.
1902 Louis N. James (Glen View), Glen
View. 111.



WESTERN CHAMPIONSHIP.

The Western .Golf association amateur
championship was won by H. Chandler
Egan of the Exmoor Country club at
Wheaton, 111., Sept. 13. His opponent In
the finals was his cousin, Walter B. Egan
of Lake Geneva, whom he defeated by 1



up, 37 holes. Championship records to date:

1899 David It. Forgan (onweutsia), Glen
View, 6 up.

1900 William Waller (Onwentsia), Lake
Forest, 1 up.

1901 Phelps B. Hoyt (Glen View), Midlo-
thian, 6 up.

1902 H. C. Egan (Exmoor), Wheaton, 1 up.

WESTERN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP.

Willie Anderson of I'ittsneld, Mass., won
the western open golf championship for pro-
fessionals on the Euclid links at Cleveland,
Sept. 16 and 17. His score of 299 for
seventy-two holes on a 6,000-yard course
broke all previous records. Willie Smith
of the Midlothian club and W. H. Way
were tied for second money with 304 each.
Championship record:
1899 Will Smith (Midlothian), Glen View.
1900 No championship meet held.
1901 Lawrence Auchterlonie (Glen View),

Midlothian, 160.
1902 Willie Anderson (Pittsfield), Euclid,

299.



BRITISH OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP.

1890 'John Ball, Jr. (K. L. G. C.), Frost-
wick, 164.

1891 H. Kirkcaldy (St. Andrews), St. An-
drews, 166.

1892 H. H. Hilton (K. L. G. C), Muirneld,
t305.

1893 W. Auchterlonie (St. Andrews), irest-

wick, 322.

1894 J. H. Taylor (Winchester), Sandwich,
326.

1895 J. H. Taylor (Winchester), St. An-
drews, 322.

1896 H. Vardon (Scarborough), Muirneld, 316.

1892 H. H. Hilton (11. L. G. C.), Muir-
neld, T305.

1898 H. Vardon (Scarborough), Prestwlck,
307.

1899 H. Vardon (Ganton), Sandwich, 310.

1900 J. H. Taylor (Itichrnond), St. Andrews,
309.

1901 James Braid (Komford). Muirneld, 309.

1902 Alex. Herd (HuddersfieW), Hoylake,
307.

WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP.

Miss Bessie Anthony of the Glen View
club, western champion of 1901, retained
the title in 1902 by defeating Mrs. W. A.
Alexander in the finals of the Western
Golf association tournament at the Onwent-
sia links Aug. 30 by the close score of 1 up.

The national championship for women
was won by Miss Genevieve Hecker of the
Apawarnis club Oct. 4 on the Country club
course at Clyde Park. Mass., by a score of
4 up 3 to play. Miss Louisa A, Wells of
the Country club was her opponent in the
final round.



'Amateur. tChanged to 72 holes.



252 criH'.\<;o DAILY NKWS ALMANAC AND YEAH BOOK FOR 1903.


Michigan won the western
is the record for the year:

MICHIGAN.
Date. Eleven. Op.MicTi.


FOOTBALL.

football championship of 1902 at

-Date. Eleven. Up. Nor
Nov. 15 Beloit 10
Nov. 22 Illinois 17


id Yale the eastern. Following

Date. Eleven. Op.Pri.
Oct. 15 Haverford ... 30
Oct. 22 Dickinson ... 23
Oct. 25 Columbia 21
Nov. 1 Cornell 10


Oct. 4 Case 6 48


Nov. 27 Nebraska r.. 12
NOTRE DA\IE.
Op.N.D
Sept. 27 M. Agri 33
Oct. 4 South Bend...
Oct. 11 Lake Forest.. 28
Oct. 18 Michigan .... 23
Oct. 25 Indiana 5 11
Nov. 1 Ohio Medics.. 5 6
Nov. 8 Knox 12 5


Oct. 8 M.Agrii-ult'r'l 119


Nov. 15 Yale 12 5


Oct. 18 Notre Dame.. 23
Oct. 25 Ohio State.. 86
Nov. 1 Wisconsin 6
Nov. 8 Iowa 107


CORNELL. ^^
Sept. 27 Colgate 5
Oct. 1 Kochuster 31
Oct. 4 Union 43


Nov. 15 Chicago 21
Nov. 27 .Minnesota ..6 23
CHICAGO, op.ofti.
Sept. 27 Monmouth . 24
Oct. 1 Ft. Sheridan.. 53
Oct. 4 Knox 5


Oct. 8 Hobart 56
Oct. 11 Williams .... 6 37
Oct. 18 Carlisle 10 6
Oct. 25 Oberlin 57


Nov. 15 Am. Medical 92
Nov. 22 De Pauw.... 22
Nov. 27 Purdue 6 6

PURDUE, op.pvr.
Sept. 27 Franklin ... 56
Oct. 4 De Pauw 40


Oct. 31 Rochester ... 31
Nov. 1 Princeton 10
Nov.* 8 Wash. & Jeff. GO
Nov. 15 Lafayette ... 28
Nov ?7 Penn 12 11


Oct. 8 Cornell college 21
Oct 11 Purdue 33


Oct. 18 Northwest'n 12
Oct 25 Illinois 6


Oct. 11 Chicago .... ' 33
Oct. 18 Illinois 29 5


PENNSYLVANIA.

Sept. 27 Lehigh . . 12
Oct. 1-Fr'klin &Mar. 16
Oct. 4 State college.. 11
Oct. 11 Swarthmore . 6 11
Oct. 15 Gettysburg ..0 36


Nov. 1 Beloit 18


Nov 8 Indiana 39


Oct. 25 Case ... 05


Nov. 15 Michigan ...21
Nov. 27 Wisconsin ..0 11
MINNESOTA. op. Mn .
Sept. 27 - Carlton 33
Oct. 4 Ames 16


Oct. 31 Northwesfu 5
Nov. 8 Greer 73


Nov. 15 Indiana 34
Nov. 22 Indianap"'s ..0 87
Nov. 27 Notre Dame. 6 6
BELOIT. 0pBel
Oct. 4 Chi. Dentals. . 5
Oct. 11 Minnesota ... 29
Oct. 18 Wisconsin ... 52 6
Oct. 25 Oshkos'h 17


II Oct. 11 Beloit 29
Oct. 18 Nebraska .... 6
Oct. 25 Iowa .: 34


Oct. 25 Bueknell .... 5 6
Nov. 1 Columbia 17
Nov. 8 Harvard 11 o
Nov. 15 Carlisle 5
Nov. 27 Cornell 11 12


Nov. 1 Grinuell 102
Nov. 8 Illinois 5 17


Nov. 27 Michigan ...23 6
WISCONSIN, op.,
Sept. 27 Lawrence ..0 11
Oct. 4 Hyde Park ... 5 24
Oct. 11 Lawrence ... 52
Oct 18 Beloit 6 52


Nov. 8 Lawrence 24
Nov. 15 Northwest'u 10
IOWA. Op-Ia .
Oct. 11 Drake 12
Oct. 21 Simijson 10
Oct. 25 .Minnesota ... 34
Nov. 1 Ames 6 12


COLUMBIA. 0pfCo i.
Oct. 8 Fordhain 45
Oct. 11 Buffalo ... 5


Oct. 15 Swarthmore . 24
Oct. 18 Hamilton - ... o 35
Oct. 25 Princeton ... 21
Nov. 1 Penn 17


Oct "5 Kansas 38


Nov. 1 Michigan 6 0.
Nov. 8 Northwest' n . 51
Nov. 15 Minnesota ..11
Nov. 27 Chicago 11
NEBRASKA. O p.jve b .
Oct. 11 Grinnell 17
Oct. 18 Minnesota ... 6
Oct. 25 Missouri 15
Nov 1 Haskell 28


Nov. 8 Michigan 107
Nov. 15 Washingt'n . 61
Nov. 27 Illinois 80


Nov. 8 Brown 28


Nov. 15 Amherst 29 6
Nov. 27 Syracuse 6 6

CARLISLE INDIANS.
Op. C.I.

Sept. 27 Gettysburg . 27
Oct. 11 Bueknell .... 18
Oct. 18 Cornell 6 10


YALE. Qp.Yale.
Sept. 27 Trinity 40
Oct. 1 Tufts 6 34


Oct. 4 Amherst 23
Oct. 8 Wesleyan 35
Oct. 11 Brown 10


Nov. 1 Harvard 23
Nov. 8 Susqueh'na ..0 24
Nov. 15 Penn o 5




Oct. 15 Vermont 32
Oct. 18 Penn. State.. 11
Oct. 25 Syracuse 24
Nov. 1 West Point... 6 6
Nov. 8 Bueknell 5 36
Nov. 15 Princeton ... 5 12
Nov. 22 Harvard ' 23
HARVARD, op. Har _
Sept. 27 Williams ... 11
Oct. 1 Bowdoin 6 16
Oct 4 Bates 23




Nov. 27 Northwest'n 12
ILLINOIS, op. n L
Sept. 27 Englewood . 45
Oct. 1 Kirfcsville .... 22
Oct. 4 Monmouth ... 33
Oct 8 Haskell ..10 24


Nov. 22 Virginia .... 6 5
Nov. 27 Georgetown . 21

WEST POINT.

Oct. 4 Tufts P 'o ' 5


Oct. 11 Dickinson ... 11
Oct. 18 Harvard 14 6
O^-t. 25 Williams .... 28
Nov. 1 Yale 6 6


Oct. 11 Washington . 44
Oct. 18 Purdue 5 29




Oct. 8 Amherst 6
Oct. 11 Maine 22
Oct. 15 Wesleyan ... 5 35
Oct. 18 West Point.. 6 14
Oct. 25 Brown 6
Nov. 1 Carlisle 23
Nov 8 Penn . 11


Nov. 8 Union o 56


Nov. 8 Minnesota ... 17 5
Nov 15 Ohio


Nov. 15 Syracuse 46
Nov. 22 Annapolis . 8 22

ANNAPOLIS. op. Mn ..

Oct. 4 Georgetown . . 4
Oct. 11 Princeton ... 11 o
Oct. 18 Lehigh 5 5


Nov. 22 Northwest'n 17
Nov 27 Iowa .-. 80


NORTHWESTERN.
Op.Nor.
Sept. 27 Naperville . 5 10.
Oct. 1 Chi. Dental... 11
Oct 11 Kush 11


Nov. 15 Dartmouth ..6 16
Nov 9 2 Yale 23


Oct. 22 Penn 6 10


PRINCETON, op.prt

Oct. 1 Swarthmore .. o' 18
Oct. 4 Lehigh 23
Oct. 11 Annapolis ... 11


Oct. 25 Dickinson ..6
Nov. 1 Penn. State ..6 o
Nov. 8 Lafayette ... 11 12
Nov. 15 Bueknell 23
Nov. 29 West Point.. 22 8


Oct. 18 Chicago .... 12
Oct 25 Knox 15


Nov. 8 Wisconsin ... 51 .



SPORTING RECORDS.



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SHOOTING.



RIFLE SHOOTING.

The annual matches of the National Rifle
Association of America and f the New
Jersey State Rille association took piaee
as usual at Sea Girt. N. J., Aug. 29 to
Sept. 6 inclusive. On the thst day the con-
test for the Columbia trophy, presented by
the District of Columbia national guard
to the national guard of New Jersey, was
won by the 2d New Jersey regiment team
with a score of 254 points. The conditions
were: Six men to a team and five shots
at 200 and 500 yards. The New Jersey na-
tional guard trophy was won by the 1st
regiment team. Conditions: Teams of six
and ten shots at 200 and 500 yards.

The Wimbledon cup (value $500) match,
open to all citizens and residents of the
United States, 1,000 yards, 30 shots, was
won by Corporal K. K. V. Casey, company
B, 71st New York regiment, with 146 points;
Private H. M. Bell, company A, 1st New
Jersev, second, 141; (Dr. W. G. Hudson,
New York, third, 132. The Interstate Schuet-
zeii team match, open to teams of five men,
10 shots per man at German ring target at
200 yards, was won by the New Jersey first
team with 1,036 points.

Carbine team match, open to any team
of five men armed with carbines, 5 shots at
200 and 500 yards, won by squadron A,
New York, with 208 points.

Interclub match, National Rifle associa-
tion, for the rifle club championship of the
United States, open to teams of five mm,
10 shots per man at 200 yards on standard
American target. 11-inch bull's eye; won by
the Cottage Rifle association, with 342
points, and the 71st New York regiment
second.

Hilton trophy match, open to teams of
twelve men representing the regular army,
the militia, the volunteers and the navy
of any country; distances, 200, 500 and 600
yards. New 'York won by the following
score:

New York. 200. 500. 600-Total.

34 28



Sergt. G. H. Doyle, 71st...32

OrdT-Sergt. H. Daube, 71st. 29 34

1st Sergt. J. Corrie, 12th... 30 33

Capt. S. S. Stebbins, 12th. 31 33

Ord. -Sergt. G. W. Lent, 47th30 34

Corp. K. K.V.Casey, 71st..29 34

Capt. H. B. Evans 29 30

Ord.-Sergt. Leushner, 74th.32 34

Sergt. F. J. Laughlin, 12th. 29 33

Private Dardingkeller, 12th. 32 33

1st Sergt. C. M. Smith, 12th. 30 34

Sergt. W. S. Lamb, 12th... 29 31

362 397

New Jersey 364 384

District of Columbia 352 384

Massachusetts 346 377

Pennsylvania 356 374

United States Mar. Corps. .347 367



Ohio ....................... 325

.Maryland ................... 330



379 1,138

375 1,123

364 1,100

353 1,076

346 1,076

359 1,073

316 990

309 974



Interstate regimental team match, won
by the team of the 4th New Jersey, which



scored 257 at the 200-yard range and 288 a
the 500-yard range, a total of 545 points.

Interstate military match, won by New
Jersey, with a score of 1,084 out of a possi
ble 1,200. The distances were 200 and 50(
yards. 10 shots per man at each distance.

In the Leach cup match at 800, 900 and
1,000 yards Sergt. W. F. Lenshner of th
74th New York won with a score of 22, 21
and 16; total, 59.

President's match. 7 shots at each dis-
tance, 200, 300, 500, 600, 800 and 1,000 yards
won by Private George Earle Cook, Is
regiment. District of Columbia, with a tota
of 189.

In the rifle target championship shoot a
the sportsmen'* show in New York, Marc]
17, 1902, L. P. Ittel of Allegheny City, Pa.
won the 100-target match by a score o:
2,458 out of a possible 2,500. The score is
the highest on record.

The world's record for 100 shots offhanc
on standard American target at 200 yards
Is held by T. R. Geisel, who made 898
points at Springfield, Mass., March 22, 1902.

TRAPSHOOTING.

The tenth Grand American handicap tour
nament of the Interstate association took
place at Kansas City, Mo., March 81-Aprt
5. In the main event, the handicap, the
total number of entries wast 493, of whom
456 started in the competition. The condi-
tions were twenty-five birds (live), $25 en-
trance, birds extra, high guns, not class
shooting, handicaps 25 to 33 yards, $1,500
guaranteed by the association and all sur-
plus added; sterling silver trophy* and $600
to first high gun, $500 to iecond high gun
and $400 to third high gun. The handicap
shoot began on Wednesday and when it
closed on Friday there were thirty-three
contestants with straight scores. The ties
were shot off Friday afternoon and Satur-
day morning and resulted in a victory for
H. C. Hirschy of Minneapolis, a 29-yard
man, who killed 78 pigeons without a miss.
His score for the week was 102 birds
straight. C. G. Spencer (29 yards) took
second money with 77 birds. R. O. Heikes,
was third, J. D. Pollard fourth and J. L.
Owen fifth.

Previous winners of the Grand American
handicap: 1893, R. A. Welch; 1894, T. W.
Morfey; 1895, J. G. Messner; 1896,, O. R.
Dickey; 1897, T. A. Marshall; 1898, E. D.
Fulford; 1899, T. A. Marshall; 1900, H. D.
Bates; 1901, E. C. Griffith.

Ct,AY-PIGEON SHOOTING.

The world's record for clay-pigeon shoot-
ing is held by Rollo O. Heikes of Toledo,
O., who broke 99 out of 100 from the 19-yard
mark at Waco, Tex., Jan. 31, 1902.

REVOLVER SHOOTING.

The revolver team match at Sea Girt,
N. J., Sept. 1, was won by battery A, light
artillery, with a score of 540 points. Con-
ditions: Military match, distances 25, 50
and 75 yards, two strings of five shots at
:ach distance; open to teams of five men.



CRICKET.



The annual international cricket match
between the United States and Canada was
played at Winnipeg, Man.. July 25 and 2,
and resulted in a victory for the Canadians,
who made 318 runs to 256. by the United
States team.



The Chicago Wanderers won the seventh
annual championship of the Northwestern
Cricket association at Winnipeg July 24
with a clean score of victories. Asslniboia,
Manitoba and Minnesota followed in the or-
der named.



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BOWLING.



The annual tournament of the American
Bowling congress took place at Buffalo,

N. Y., Jan. 20-24. Scores made by tile



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