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THE SUN; SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1916'.
Meredith, Mucks and Scott Are Most Prominent Figures Among America's College Track and Field Stan
IjBRITTON EARNED '
LUMINARIES OF TRACK AND FIELD WHO WERE MOST ACTIVE IN MAKING COLLEGE ATHLETIC HISTORY IN 1916
RIGHT TO CROWN
All-America Track mid Field
Tcnm of Varsity Stars Is
Decision Over Lewis Kntitloii,
Him to C'liniiipioiisliip w
.rated by Dixie KM.
HITCH IK flAVK ' TITI.K
M EH HI) IT It STANDS OIT
Mr ckoruk n. r.i)KRvnon.
Picking mi all-America collsglal
trick and Held team I a much easier
lank than selecting nn Hll-Amcrlca foot
ball aggregation. Most of ihe uncer
tainties that confront the gridiron ex
perts do not trouble the compilers In
athletics. Father Time and I'ncle Tane 1
Measure stand at one's shoulder ready
to offer conclusive proof. There are
four or nve big athletic meeting hel l !
annually In which prnc'.l Ally all of the
star college athletes, tire brought to
sether and which offer excellent llnea on
Weather and track cuiulltlona a to
about the only disturbing elements that j
leave room for doubt to creep In. One
alto must not depend loo strongly on !
timing. It requlrea a great amount of '
skill and experience to time race and
It only Is In the big meets, where reliable
and experienced men ho'il the watches,
that one can put much faith In the tlm
lnit. In surh meets as the 1. 1'. A. A. A.
A. cltamplonslilps, conference champion
chip nnd Penn relays the nhllltv of the
officials generally I unquestioned
o Doable- Selection.
The selection of TltR Sun's all-Amrr-tea
collegiate team la based on ftc'.s
and figures and only In one or two easts
does personal opinion enter. It can be k
noted that n different man la selected
for each position. Home experts believe
In selecting the same man for several po
sitions when oo anion warrants It, The
writer, however, believe tint when such
a procedure la followed the team Idea la
done away with.
There la no doubt that Ted Meredith
ho wed himself to be the best hulf mller i
aa well as the best quarter mller. a moil- 1
the collegians and that Arlle Mucka ex
celled all collegian In throwing the dl-..
rua aa well aa putting the shot. The I
writer, however, holding- rcllvlourly to i won the race In 1 ,31, the fastest time the
the te-im Idea, chose Meredith for the
quarter mile, selected Mucka for the shot
put and chose other men for the half
mile and the discus throw.
Through his victories over the crean
of the vollege sprinters In the 100 yard
dashes at both the Intercollegiate cham
pionships nnd the Penn relays II. L.
Smith of Michigan clearly Is entitled to
the first string 100 yard selection. Car
mann Smith of Wisconsin, the Western
conference winner, la a sprinter of re
gaarkiible ability and with the exception
of his defeat at the hands of II. I..
Smith in the Penn relaji went through
the season practically undefeated, lie
Is deserving of second string selection
Drew ad OsT Year.
sylvitnla, Morris of Virginia, Harvey of p
mi.., , aa ...... ... xxiseonrin. raytor or Cornell. --.-it-iM-
.XV - .... 111 i of Syracuse nnd fffer of Michigan.
Wlndnagle'a :lr, victory over th
' cream of tlie collegiate tollers In the I
C. A. A. A. A. meet gives IiImi clear title
. to the mile position. Mason of PHnnls.
who won the Western conference ilia in
serving of mention aie Kelly of Holy
Cross, Butler " Dubuque, Teschner of
Hazard, Il u of Illinois. Mooro of
Princeton, Jloit of (Irinnell. and Drew.
fnimerly of Southern California and now
of Drake College. Drew undoubtedly '
Is one of the greatest sprlntera who
ever drew on a spiked shoe. In his
start early this season he was beaten sev
eral times, however, and later suffered
with an attack of paralysis that put
him out of competition.
Hoyt of Grinned la chosen for the
110 yard selection over Moore of Prince
ton, who captured the Intercollegiate
furlong championship. At Pes Moines
reputable watch holders caught Hoyt in
the. great time of :i 2-5 seconds, u new
round the turn furlong record. Qualified
experts who havo seen Hoyt In action
say he Is capable of the feat credited
him. Moore showed his heels to a
great field of furlongers In Ihe I. C,
A. A. A. A. championships and his selec
tion aa second string man will go un
questioned. Meredith's record wrecking quarter
mile In 47 t-J seconds at the Intercol
K'glnte championships gives him undis
puted right to tiie quarter mile posl.
t Ion, Hlnga Diamond, the negro ath
lete from Chicago, was credited with
stepping n quarter mile In the same
time as did Meredith, but the trad:
upon which Dlsmnnd accomplished the
feat was measured eighteen Inches
from the border, and he thus tan sev
eral yards less than did the flying son of
Pennsylvania, DImond defeuted the
best of the middle Western quarter
rollers In the conference championships
and Is deserving of second string posi
tion. Many Rood Quarter Miters.
Among the other good college quar
ter rollers of the year was Westmore
Wlllcox of Harvard, who ran close to
41 seconds at the Penn relays. Wlll
cox did not place In the double furlong
event In the Intercolleglnte quarter
mile championships. The Harvard
flyer tried to run Meredith Into the
ground In the first stages, but did the
same thing to himself Instead. Itllcy of
Dartmouth In finishing second to Merc-
tilth In the Quaker's figure fracturing
I ace at Cambridge only ran a hair worse
than 48 seconds. I.ynu of Li-laud Stan
ford. Williams of Wisconsin anil film
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been won In. i
Scott's running leads many of the cx
peits to think that under training and
competitive conditions enjoyed by most
of the other college athletes the Missis
sippl boy would prove a second, and
possibly a gi eater, Meredith. T. ere are '
few meets held In Ids Kectlou of t.iv
country. In conditioning and cuinpjltin
Ing he greatly Is handicapped. et he has
shown himself to be one of the greatest
half rollers that ever dug up the cinders.
I Bingham of Harvard, who Mulshed
econd to Meredith In the I, C. A. A. A
A. meet. Is the second string half mile I
: selection. Other good collegiate half
i rollers of the year were Scudder of Penn
r run vi:ti:ii t.
In only two classes of pugilism In . ,
pcountry was there imy change as tegaro,,
j title during the year Just closed Tl, ,
, was In the welter division. ilih has hao
no title holder since the Dixie KM !i
this country nnd settled 'in Kngland, a .,i
In Ihe light heavyweight Clil s,
' Howeier, .lack Hr.tton. kiii nc i,
heavy for the lightweight dtvi ,011 ,1,
elded caiiy in tne piecm ear 1., s"
( after the welter ihihii 1m lciihi
rival was Kid Lewis, and Hi itton cartel
'a refeice's decision over l.o .11 men
j rounds at .New Orleans. Hrlttuii Is ,
1 ceded to be the title lioldn of t!,,. ,1,
nnd promises 10 hold the title fm ,.,
I time to come.
I Itlti-hlr (ilfs I i Tlllr,
Willie It'tchle vacated Ii lit
titlt, and t'v jciir miiI iv
, holder In the class.
I Al McCoy s.lll liiiims o In tin m
iwelf.ht title, although 1 not ,,, .
jaa o ihatuploii by cxix-rie beimiv of '
I XXIlluid iciniilii- liuinoi ihlc 11 i
- heavyweight dlvis.on, and 1 brg4 1,,
, ,. . ., , , . lloi'k though ho would ict u- unheal,
I heir noise, vu K.itll.v iind piofanlty. It; Hattllng Ivlnskv ln.s .,., hlin..
Is hlgli tlnif the commission put a stop, in be Hie teailoe it 1,1,1 i.
to this nuisance. 'class, nlthouuh he may ineei , :,(,,. '
In Ihe mutter of oiderlv conduct of ,1,,. ,,,,..,1. ni..
, liouta the .New x ork eonnulsstoii sbould AIiIiourIi Johiuiv Krtle i.aed ,
tn he 11 leaf fiom the book of the Wis- hantnni title o-i the mound of a,, ,).
consls. body. An Instnnce In which ,.K0,i r0 blow I,. Willi u,.s 1, , ,
. Jimmy Johnston. 11 prominent manager decision bout, the '.-oi'scnsu. o' .'m
;of this elty was the chief nguie. will opinion sustained the com. .-ntlo 01 i
seixe to Illustrate the methods of the alll lh:lt ho ,.,,, , '
I .eonslii oftlflals under such conditions
Ihe lutes of all boxing comnwsslon- i ,llt. featherw e-Rhi d M.,01 .
contain a ciau-e piohlbltlng couching . ,, wl, W11 ,,. , p ,,u , ,
; i' , . never neie Cr,nte,l III lie ,11111111
te i. i yal riot In every club In New ' ,,,. Tlv . s11v S, Im " s
.,rU. I , to date they line -sapri i van an(j Ji, ViUIj 11 'IVmiluy Siiiirvan Sc
, w.th niirel a teprlniiind r,lt rr.J. .t'.,.,' . ..
UNI. of WISCONSIN
,lonhhi. Is the second strlna selection
The pride of the Illlnl did 4 ,x -;. in the
Wisconsin-Illinois dual meet Other
good mllers were Overton nf Vale. Vail
of Oberlln. Carndl of Michigan and Wil
ton of Stanford.
Stout of Chicago, who won (he Wet-
ern Conference two mile title In !::! 3-S.
Is the two mile selection nnd Potter of,
Cornell, the Kastem collegiate champion.
Is the second string man. Mason of llll-l
nols, who was selected as second string
man for the mile, probably has the mak
ings of a greater two niller than either
Stout or Potter. In the Wisconsin-Illinois
dual meet Mason after doing a 4 :2l
mile won the two mile event In 9 .S3 l-'
On actual performances this season, how
ever, both Stout and Potter get the call
over Mason. Hoifmler. Krey and for
with of Cornell also showed two mil'
ability nboe. tStf ordinary this feason,
Tboiunson Sterol..! Choice. '"'t by Wesley Oler or win. won
11 the comiietltlon wltli a Jump'of C r.et .T
There can be only one selection for tl,e Inches. Oler clearly howed hlimelf to
ljn yatd high hurdle position, and that lie Maker's supeihir Tl" Vale mans
Is the one and only Hob Slmp'on of the consistent Jumping throjgliout the ear
University nf Missouri. Despite the fact gives lilni tint string selection, and
that the greatest galaxy of high hurdlers Maker is second choice.
In the annals of sport are competing to. Among tile other good lollcglate high
day Simpson showed himself to lie far Jumpers weie Itlchards of Cornell, who
and away the bet nf the lot. lie In the tied with Oler at the Penn 1 clays: John
greatest high fence fixer that ever stone of Harvard, Simmons of Michigan,
topped tlmbeis. Ills figure fracturing Hgan of New Vork rnlerelty. Paulson
stunts Hre fresh in the minds of all spoil of Uifa,ette, I'lsher of Chicago, Webster
fullovvers. Illinois. Nelson of WIconln. OirTord
Karl T. onipson of California, who now of Vle and Treweeke of Kausi.s.
la at inrtmoulh, Is given the second Worlliingtoii of Daitmouth. who did
string high hurdle selection on account 1 ! feet 3 Inches In the luiinlng broad
of I'red Murray of Stanford being chosen Jump and who cle.ued 23 feet consist
first string man In the low hurdles. Other, mtly throughout, the season, has no rival
fleet coll(iglate high hurdlers wete Nor- f.' Hie broad Jumping position, Other
ton of Stanford, Verle Murray of Whit- ifood broad Jumpers were Slsson and
tier. Piebte of California, Piencli ot Maker of California, oler ami Hampton
Maine, Oulib of Cornell, Karwell of Vale of Vale and Poque of lllinoK
and Ames of Illinois. . Kosk of Cornell through his 1; fool x
Kred Murray of California showed hl '"'n victory over 11 wonderful Held of
heels to all ilvals over the fences III tho vnultr In the I. C ,. , ,, . ,nPeX
low hurdles at the I. C. A. A, A. A. chain- ''seivlng of first t-all for the pole,
Ulunshlpv anil won tlie national amateur nu" position. Second string choice Is
law hurdl title as well. He Is deserving Pn. tune being fl horde of doselv
of first siting honors. Norton of Stan-1 '"'tfh'd performers with good claims
ford, though beaten for senind place in Hid jur lMP Among them aie New-.
got H refeice's deeislo . ,,e itmc
Dlxou in weight in San 'iniu,n ,,
1!", and was the champion of f s ,m
until the following ear. ncn ,ie n
Dave Sullivan at f-iney t!an, s,,;
uffered a broken aim In the IK I to
was coinis'lled to stop 11 ml Sulllvi
came the champion
Three mouths luur D ,,n tool,
Dave at the l.ei.ox A C anil ben" I
declslely. the lucni Mills lecainlng t
title, which he held until he wa- linKM
out by Teriy Mciiovein.
After Voung Cot belt retired from
featherweight dlvMon in 1'Jt't and time
his hat Into the llalitwi ,cht tip- it.
claimed the fentlu rwelcht loiiors. Ainni
those who disputed the claim n ,1
Brooklyn Trniniy Sullvnn, -ivho pi
ceeded to put .bov to rlecp In 1
rounds, thus winning the i.tle.
in l!"'x Abe l;no, ked on- Sullivan Ii.
fem rouniN. regaui,iig Ihe Imnoi"
Tliroiigh iefiiHl of Ihe ntjt'torltie.
rcfogn:.. s'y Smith n the Amerl
title holdci he Inst a . Ivitue to fis
IJeii Jordan for the wmlo's feall
vi f ftlit title. lion ns put for-
for .1 match will, .Ionian him) was
en by the piKllshnun. This boiil ini
place -ietweeu tie t.tne Dixon l.ii
Ameilriiti title to Smith n.nl the '.on
ihU'li lie tegalned It fro 11 :-'u..ivai
Althmigli ,I,,i,,i;i we:. 1 hoini'
v'ntrd he had won the wuild's t t
ns inNtnkrii. for Di.-.oi. was it .1
American champion t the ti ne 'he ,
took pin. e
LOCAL CLUBS MADE
MANY CIRCUIT HITS
l'iii Lctl Vnnkees nntl KnlitTt
s 111 Topped (iinn(! in
(Jliint" anil Yankees alike found home
1 mis useful in iicqulilng , torles last
season, night triumplis of the McCiraw
frrces Heie directly due to four base
hits mid '-ei en successes of the Dono.
Foreign Boxers Earned
Laurels of Ring in 1916
t Cornell all ate deserving of honor- , c A A A -X lnpe, gets secosul utrlng i ",,"'r nn1 Sswell of Peims) Ivnnln, Culn van ttoops auie from hits of this kind.
the Wet entitles, ' " unis o, yiacuse, Nag'e reai.iy
Meredith, who did 1 ;32 l-S for the half
mile at the Pcnn-Cotuell dual meet and
then turned In a 1 :S3 performance In the
III Wisconsin It Is different. Johnston
knows nil about that, lie wt In Itaclue
with ins crack lightweight Welling, who
was boxing Itlehic Mitehel'. At an ex
citing po'nt of the contest Johnston
hiiincheil hit, i a ,,tj, I line of cnacJiltic
fur t..e lienelU of hs mall. A is l"
.'ip-lurn of New Vork second. Johnton
a lose fiom his eat and, giasping the
ting mpes, Ke-th-ulated wltdlj to his
man. Suddenly the huge hand of n
spivinl polleeman selzfd Johnston by
the mllai and seated him with more
haste than geiitlenc-s. James was ti
fi ruled that t, In- Indulged In any moie
co.iclli'lg III- would be l-Jectfll from the
.-lub. Jlinmj Is ii wise fish and lie cut
out the loachii's -lonnston sl'.upiy w:i
.icculciiicd to 'the general New Vork
violation of the r larhlng rule und had
no id i :'-nt th" Hgu'atloii wis so
li'ith eiifoi.-ed in the ll.nlg. r State
Ion i til- llietll llJhlll "h.illiil lie e'li.
p!oil Ii, -.-e , In., In the Mate of
New V,,-:, and tiu-n i (tiet patrons
of the spoil would huie some comfoit.
Ill sdte of the nndcslialilc conditions
fie o.itroiis of the por! h.Hi: Iseii
. Heated to ni'iiiv Inteietinp bout.
I These I, aw te-en fuiulsliMl ly the nrmv
, of good lichlwclgliti di Dduped III the
,it few eat. each of iv. oin is 1 ager
to grab the uoild' title whl'h Welsh
hangs on to with grim iDter-nliiatlon.
I'ir.t i la's men like Dunde. Leonard
.'Hid While have beep Joined by sensa
tional pei formers like Irish Patsv Cllne.
Joe Welling. Itlchle .Mitchell and latelv
Lodle W'alluir. who has developed sin-
prising slleliglh a a lir.htivelchl con
temler. wil'i l.ie result that no t,;e
'holder fU-, faciil a more foimldahle
i ,-ii-n.v of rlmlleiuers than th Hrlton,
1 l'i I'll wl'it seraicble to .et Welh Into
the ring IMtihle. who still lia legal
.ihi'ni op Ihe American lightweight title,
ha been i-oin,ilet ly ,n ei looked. This '
due to t':e f i,.t tint I :'.t eale fnllrd to de.
fen.l os t le against the bl Antetlcnii
I Hul-luelshts mid deotfd himself to a
Holiness -rro-t to again get a title bout
The usult has ben that the Aiueii.
can title lut practically Ispscd
I -r!nt 1 1, 1
llrltlon'k l-'lur Work. ilis.
-lie of til" i heeling feature- of the ' KM''"vinu',,',"n'
year was the manner In which Jack I .
Hrltton. one of the most inteti-stinc and Itettre.t undereuie
I reientlllc lioxets m the game, cnpiuredl l'i:.THi:iltVi:i
, the welter Illinois and gave new life to ; T-orge Dlvon
mat cias iirittou is tne highest tvp,-, smlt ti
. of "kllful, heady boxer, nnd his work In
l.ie ring is i, ue of the b.g asetn of the
I In the light heavyweight divlslc
Untiling l.svinsky holds the title, which
I he took b ihcllou on points from Dll
; Ion. At the i-ame lime Hilly MM.e of
St. Paul is Ihe best ln.m !o Ihe fllvlclnn
Ills he bus shown hv Ills IiooIh wllh till.
'it mil l.evlnsky. and If lie gets a
linlice nt the Hauler in a twei.tv lound
encourte, to ," decision lie will doubtless
pmve his tight to the i liainplonsh.p
I Here seem to lie
K libit nr Itt-tiilns I eon ii.
Kill,. tile, ill,, I '.viesteil 1i,e h,,i
I f 1--W
Attell III I12, still .i,h
T!u; follow in; ta'a.c -.
: er of jet Ainei ic t , li
Vitl oils i llls.es ",.
M X NT M t:ii.ll
, l!,r ll-..,n
I'll'e l.lpsetl III, ' I
KoilllC l.'l' fit
le - M.ile' . ' i .
'fill- !ir I 'ill
iJoiprn r'-'tn 'i
I lUrrv l'erl,, .
. P-a,ikte Veil
TPIe Ul I till
berth. HIk work In
him to It, He was off form and not able
to do himself Justice at Cambridge.
Meredith House of Stanford, Hrown of
the two team tied In Hu
ll. I iiik-k or laic, l rlshle, Wright and number of ipeful heme runs, for, accord
Vonng I'oihei' '
Title a ictl . I'm he i iri.iig
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Hruoklt II T,I1IIIV s'ul.l 411
AI.e A ell
tolitinv Ktll.uiu "
i niiiTwniiiMT i
X , i bur I'lia in li-i s
Title- Uimi-iI llll '.
.Ill- k .Mi Alllilf, .
ISMIIOle'lel-sliill ! !''' I.-Il8llf . .
I.-JJ i..-l ' ' "Ilk '-'I"
J:.:-,.-: f.-Ui"V.1 .' ."'''.'M Penn State. Savage of Howdoln and
wrecking quarter, would be deserving of
the half mile selection were It not for his
previously being selected to fill the quar
ter mile niche. Don Scott of Mississippi
Agricultural College is a worthy aub-
Scott won the Western conference'
Verle Murray of Whlttler all performed
creditably. The fastest time made In the
low hutdles this season was S3 4-l sec
onds, by Simpson In the Western Con- ,
ference meet. As Hob la given llrst place
Nichols of California and linulock of
toother Callfornlnn Chosen.
Mucks of Michigan outclassed all his
college rivals In both putting the shot
and throwing the discus. He heaved tin-
i pomm unit ts reel 7 Inches und scaled
lug to many scorers, the blow Krank
(lllhonlct struck agulnst lno Hush In Ihe
eighth Inning of the second bsttle of
May 31 was u homer. The official
siorer, how'er. gave It as something
else. That hit was made with the bases
full and gave the Yanks nn N -clslon
over the Athletics.
Seven athletes on the payrolls of New
,, . ..iw.t,.. I'll! .--.- ,o-ir -riii- ii, i,.- , in
.... v.. ,,,1,, ,.,,,..,,,1. I.. i,,i.. .... ,!... ' '. "'I'- ''
r,,i' ui.,..e , , tt. boxing Industry, pel a man to risk Ins f,- ,u deleticn uf and wmld's 'miior belg ronftised The ' UuiMhk v.'if.in
the br.lilant ac.n.iciiienls In the ring. lllK "imtr. ,ns. of Willie Itltthle will serve fot 11- Xd NVoU.ist
ine ivf-nts or tl.e w.,11 .11, ti.tr tet lei t uf.ttoii e sni i ded to ihe il'-lil. : " '-ue itmin
welslif 'haniplonshlp or the wmld, which
hud come down fiom lie,, in- l.avlgne.
, , , , ,,, . , . , anv !,l",pl"' Bb'ry on the Viiicih-.m ,-x
her of foielgn pugilists rersed to make ponents of the art of elf defence
the ,-ar lSlii a creditable one The de-' In none of the eight classes of tuigll- who won It by healing Dick Bulge In
clsive victories gained by Party, the
Australlm ijucensberry comet, ocr th-
best mldillewelghts Hut Atnerlca s-ii:
In the ISO yard high hutdles the writer the saucer to a new tecoid of IBS fiV Vork iin'n ' " woi, games ti l- ei",: with " Am.podcs. Indicted ck-s.ly that ' aeltled In
does not consider him fir the low , X In. lies. Tl.e Wolverine Is selected for four bae smashes. Wallle Pip,, ! tUMie'l I' ''" ""' '"' II"e'I some ' tended to
championship In meet recurd wrecking ' nmu'"- ,..... nox I"""11 "erth and I.lversedge the trick oftenest four time. Davis "lion sensational tioxjrs In the j enthu-ilasin ainong the iiatinns of In oefend
tour "" "'e lojieu sijiiart' lia I llo. glole split t.
time and then loiiineied Cast and can- Maker of California did l feel i of Callfnrula, w ho did tli feet 2 1 . lto.li.. , imu.i.r,,, ,.e,-,te..i ii,r. i
lured the national hair mile amateur i incncs in me nign jump in mo eai. nut in winning tlie i. t' , A A A. champion-1 blow that meant victories IVank Kl1" nnotner pugilist' uingppi.
championship of the United Stales. He lie was beaten in the I. C. A. A. A, A.Hhlp. Is awarded second siting t.eleeon, llakir two, Kred Meikle two', tleorge Ills- "iilval on these shires aiipuis
ism did tlie title lioldei s in niutendei's London Itlt.-hle then met Welsh.
perroim in a manner that was note- lliitis'i .liampion in t.oui ,
wnrtny, and the xerbal siitalilile over , woild's champlnishiii, mid 0t.
championships that kIioiiIiI luive luen i Hut Itltchle ni l tetalus a leal ilalm
In the loped s-tuare have not t" the Miierlc.i" title, althouith he does
mouse any gi,.it amount of not semi to pile It hlghl enniigh to
Contracts Musi lip Oliarrieil.
Ill tier llin niilea.
ALL AMERICA SELECTIONS OF
COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC STARS
100 yard dash
220 yard dash
440 yard dash
880 yard run
One mile run
Two mile run
II. L. Smith, Michigan
F. Murray, Stanford
Carmanu Smith, Wisconsin
Worthinffton. Dartmouth Slsson, California
Positions First team Cornell 3, Michigan 2, Yale, Pennsylva.
nin, Stanford, California, Grinnell, Mississippi, Missouri, Dartmouth,
Chicago and Illinois. Second team California 4, Princaton 2, Cor
nell, Wisconsin, Chicago, Bowdoin, Illinois, Harvard, Stanford. To
talCalifornia 5, Cornell 4, Stanford 2, Michigan 2. Chicago 2, llll
nois 2, Pennsylvania, Harvard, Yale, Grinnell, Mississippi, Missouri.
Dartmouth, Wisconsin, Bowdoin. H '
I Those deserving of honomble. mention Hums two. 'nenny Kauff one anil "Itube" ' i,'",'u'- ""Irs of c.r.tcts for ...... , , ,
arc Itlihaids of Cornell, Cann nf New Oldrlng one " T ,:'r' , lhl" H 'lllc '" fa,t
York t'nlvcrslty, Caughey of Stanford, t Kred KM Williams of the Culm , Ilallll' f'""l,u"',11. , ,n-''- . r'0" 1 l'" 'Plead all over tl.
Allen of Maine. S,,ears of Dartmouth', wrecked on. more game with home '"L'HT'Z J'1"'. "!f )US I . """"'"".""r" hVr'U"
Urn den of Vale and Cross of .Michigan.
me iiisciis throwing position Is
nwnrueu to iinsteii or Illinois, who next
10 .mi i' kh muiiu
ear, HU feet
mi in i -
lu ,.. tit.
TMra r snu XI X of Sla-fouowcd 'X v
; : - .uj iina- . ...ir. ih.iii in govrru lie t or liox ng
I IIAe lIMfl Vaiiiiv Villi, L.-1.1 II,. I...-. 1 1... i . .....
ed of Illinois, who next 'or combats with four buggc.s as tllil ,u"Vnd Yoiiii """! !'r B",v'rn",
the best throw of the , Donovan's promising young riist Kicker. 1 it inV weff "
Second str tiir Hideetlon 1 Tin, (limn, rot l.om. r.o.s I.. ,..!, f " W WM" . .' An r,ca'. . 1,1 '.r ' a ' till otlgliottt the COltlltty
i .. . . ... . ." .. '". " - ' " - Mionif iirno.iini iv inni no. n ,i ... A..t..tiuui...u ..i.,..,
is i o,rn Hinong i.ioss or .Michigan. White , the eight national league parks, nnd the
u ,...hy,"lc"1'1'' ''"'""'ttef of Howdoln, nnkees obtained hit for tlie mil ills-
I Xnierl-dii line
Win e. Dundee c m
i olltriolei .
W KI.TI'.IIU Ctt.ll i
I'aditr Durtv of lim en
Till,- in tPej.iiite in: ty,
Til It- liipseil 1 1 ' 1 tyv. Mi i'i
rilnu lii a mliiil'en up ,
Mllei lo, i n. i stin -th
Illll-e V- uw
Il.-iiib.iillei Wells lost the he.uj
weight cliatllploiislilii of Cuioile by !
kiiocltotii at the hands of (icntgcs Cat- .I.i-k II --..i,
lieiitiei. lint Wells ts still the heav ' MIIUH.KW IIIiiHT ' .s
weight champion of Kngland Tuiu ciumller 'i.; .
Their fori', a foreigner cannot win a ' Henri.- lou- n.i t
cliiimpionshlp in America utile" 1 M !- tmnmsn i
makes this lOlllltl'V I, Is net n,nn,,l ,.l. I ll''l llll '
!.,. I,..- ,1 I. i.-i..i .isitt l.ei,i,...- . . .
mLM,f,,J,L?o,,o,,1,,,y i''"" IM". l,i",ml.J" r0'""'0'" "!'" Mtpeivls,. ,) con- J A IKi of world', title hoir, is'X i u'VWlZ?'
nu nine gun will also nme to Anierlca tests and the HHirt In general nutted, ns follows J Tl-le lapsed. ni..m, ,
!', iifViei','1!' o i , IT ,w.r!v,ei Tl" htK tfMWf of commission Km . l-'lywelaht .llinm tide, who Peat all '"t'llns lies,.,,,
or llfteen pounds of lis weigh, w h ch eminent I, n, ..i.. ... I i'.,..i. i... "
I said to be ins. W, ,.i . ........L" '. ' ' V ..T. .7 ... V. , ' ' " "" "r 1 . Tonim, iDan
Added to the tltu, item,!.. f l-....- ""."r. .rl ' "1' 1" " ' ' " " '! e,l
,.i Mii.r. " . 'I 2 : ' uuu.-icis. i"ianon or ag eem,.ut. x,. iiaiii.nn Kin wnii.inis, niio heat all lu
tlllllsple of .Slnnfiiiil and Dorlza? 0f
tilldersleee of California and Lead,
better of llondolu are awaided tlrst and
second places among the hammer
throwers. The Callfornlan hurled the
hammer 101 feet 10 Inches, the bcs
collegiate throw of the seaaon, l,ad.
better finished second to Ulldersteevn In
the. I, C, A, A. A. A. nieeet. Mo la the best
of the Eastern, collegiate hammer men.
Hlchardson of California, l'udrllh of
Dartmouth and llagemann of Cornell
aro deserving of mennon.
(leorge Bronder nf Cornell, the nev
American champion anil record holder,
has no rivals for tlie Jnvelln throwlti'
position. Nourse of Princeton la given
second position, though I.lversedge of
California perhaps -better Is entitled to
It, On account of I.lversedgo being se
lected aa second string man In the shot
put he la not considered among the
Javelin throwers. With the exception 3f
llronder, l.lveroedge s the greatest
Javelin thiow r i-i eolj'-'n'e rank:),
r at the Kiush stadium and Don. I (Veorges Carpenticr liMv .lh mitn- "r
s the same number. Additionally. ' cha, nplon of P5 o ,e , Char es .edoux ZVS "' "'" "J""""
Hants made five home runs lu Phil- I the bantam champ h. t V Euroae and lc' "ml ' ''"'Meis and others
hi., four ir, ClUcago. three In Cln- latge nlTr. of T'uiV.h. h'Uhscotch ' H SIT. i uT.."h. ! '.'iL'","";1!
tance everywlH-re except lu Huston.
Iloth clAbs naturally speclallred In rnur
liaggers on tlielr home teseivatlou, Mc-
draw's nun manufactured tweuty-ono
clnnatl, three In St. I.ouls. three In
Krnoklyn, two In Pittsburg nnd one lu
Tho Yankees registered four grand
tour wallops In Chicago to three in
Cleveland, to two In Philadelphia, In
two lu Ht, Ixntla, to one in Pelt nit nnd
to one lu Washington. No American
League club was able to gather foin
haggetH In all eight porks, and the
Yankees did better than anybody lu
plucking them In seven,
Th one local player to make two
home runs In a game thla year waa
George. Burns. The Giant did tills In the
conflict played In Bedlnnd nn July IS,
Karl Victor Moseley being the. man who
yielded the clouts,
andr nin box., -lies ,s ,,y rilr
dinw' h.7"naT.w boVrr U more' oi- H" "V V "l",n,l0',
lesa of a human being and la of de- wrn ft' ton at the commission
ficlent In patriotism or love of contm, I , lJrSmTrr .r' .!,0"
... . ..,-, ... me n,i-i iiihi me let
I Itale, DIsTrr.
i It cannot be denied that the attlludu
or tho roreign boxers in the present tin
pleasantness Is strong proof that a ni.iii
may make a profession of ring contests
and still be a desirable citlxen.
The point should not be overloeked
that fighting In the ring with soft gloves
and lighting In the trenches wllh hard
ateel are two different things, but the
courage that makes it good boxer la not
far reunited fiom the courage that Ini-
ter of contracts must lie observed no
ui'iltcr how distasteful The exper'.
etice of Hilly Mlskc. who attempted to
evad- the terms of a con t met wllh the
Broadway Sporting Club, was a pott
In the conduct of bouts, the deport
ment nf seconds and the arrangements
at clubs, conditions in this Slate have
been the reverse of favorable. Many
cluba are III heated, ate nilhy nnd unln
vltlng and the. attendants of hnxera have
been permitted to disgust patrons with
, u I in. I
. i .. t .. .
the xmeilcun contftniei s ami knocked i J'sub ' Kn-ii-: ..a' in
out Chancy Ledoiix, the h.intam chant- I "tlii.,'ail'1',,,ri,,.
: "f Kurope. j k1,,-,;:
l-eiitliei vclglit - No Incumbent, Kit- Heeme ,it .
banc, tlie Aiueilcan champion, t,etcr'AI M''"-
having met a foreign champion. I 1.10 II V lli:, v v w i:i
Lightweight l-'teddlc Welsh, who as!. lick Dillon
Hl'ltMi champion mm tioin Kllchlc, the HsulU'K l-e, nrV,
world's champion HK.W'VW'llli'.llf
WoltcMVclght - No luetiinWnt. .InckiTem User
Hlltton, the Atner in ehiinii.lon, not Vankes .Sulllisn
having met a forelm ml,- holder
Miihllc, right Al Mi Coy who
knocked out Clip. tic coiii'ue m of.
Wlaiis, who lie.it the contenders or the
American title and stopped Caipruticr,
the middleweight champion of Kurope.
Light Heavy No Incumbent, Lev'n
sky not having met any foreign chain-pions,
Heavyweight Jena Willard. who heal
.lack Johnson, pre Ions holder nf the I
.l-'hti I'. Ileenan
loe ''olurn .
Llllles II, inn
Mike Mel 'on'
Inbn I, p'ullltiiii
.limes .1. r.iibri'
llnherl Kit iluiiins
.tms .1 ,lfTrlr.
Tnmlu fluini, ,. .