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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1912, Image 9

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AMERICANS TCTWALLOP WORLDUN OLYMPIC GAMES
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Pat ("Babe") McDonald, New York policeman athlete, expected by(
' his trainer to prove individual star of Olympic games. 4
New World's Records Made j Louis 'Scott, 5,000-metre race,j
Since Tan.-1. io :uo t-o.
George Horine, Kiglrjump, 6 ft.
7 in. " " .
'Robert "Gardner, pqle vault, '13
ft. 1 in. ' . ;
Abel Kiviat, 1500 ' metres,
3:36 4-5. -"'", '
Jim" Duncan, discus (7 ft cir
cle), 145 ft. 9 in. ". .;. '
Ralph Rose, right- and left
hand shot-put, aggregate 91 ft.'
i0yz in. '
There is little doubt the United,
States will -walk ,away with the .
Olympic games this year, that it
really would not 'be preposterous
to suggest making the classic a
handicap, with the American
team. a,t scratch. 4 ' i
All that is necessary to insure
decisive victory is for the men
who sail June ,14, on the Finland,
to.keep.iup the wonderful pace

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