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WILL BEGIN JULY 6
Full Program of Events?Great!
Amphitheatre Built for
Stockholm. Juno 26.?The following
Js tho full program of the athletic
events of the Olympic gumcs, which
S>< gin nerc on July C:
Javelin, best hand.Final
10,040 metres .Heats
100 metres .Heats
S00 metres .Heats
Running high Jump .Heats
JO,000 metres .Final
loo metres .Final
eOO metres .Final
Running broad Jump. j
'. Javelin, best hand.
200 metres. ?
Discuss, best hand.
July S? *
Running high Jump .Final
Standing broad Jump .Final
Relay, 400 metres .Heats
Walking, 10,000 metres .Heats
Javelin (right and left hand).. Final
1,500, metres .Heats
6,000 metres .Heats
Relay, 100 metres .Final
Putting weight, best haryl -Final
200 metres .Heats
1,600 metres .Final
6,000 met i es .Final
July 11 ?
Putting weight fright and left ,
Hurdles. 110 metres .Heats
Walking, 10,000 metres .Final
P.ur.nlng broad Jump .Final
Discus fbest haudi .Final
400 mctrca .Heats
Team. 3.0(10 metres .Heals
Hurdles, 110 metres .Final
.Standing high Jump.Final
Thowlng discus (right and left
400 metres .Final
Tram. 3.000 metres .Final
Throwing hammer .Final
Relay, 1,600 metres .Heats
First Half Decathlon:
itunning broad Jump.
Putting weight, best hand .
Running high Jump.
Relay. 1,600 metres .Final
Cross country. f.Of'O metres ....Final
Kecond Half Decathlon:
Hurdle, no metre?.
Discus, best hand.
Javelin, best hand.
Hop, step and Jump.Final
There will also be tug-of-war com?
petitions, for which the dates hove not
S TV I m m t n a Event?,
The following Is the program on
Swimming events, all of which will be
held In the evening:
100 metres, free style.Heats
1,600 metres, free style.Heats
Hi*:h (plain i diving from
heights of 5 and 10 metres?. Heats
200 metres, breast stroke.Heats
100 metres, free style .. Second Heats
1,600 metres, free style.Heats
400 metres, breast stroke.H'ats
Spring-board diving .Heats
100 metres, free style for ladles . Heats
100 metres, free style f,.r ladles . Final
1.500 metres, free style for
July 5 ?
100 metres, hack stroke.Heats;
Spring-board diving .Final
200 metres, breast stroke .. Second
loo metre?, back stroke.Second Heati
High (plain diving from
heights of 5 and io metres..Heats
for ladles. .Heats
200 metres, breast stroke . Second Heat
1,600 metres, free style.Final
100 metres, free style, for
ladles .Second Heats
400 metres, free style .Heats
400 metres, breast stroke
High (plain) diving, from
heights of 5 and TO metres. .Final
800 matres, team race.Heats
High diving, piain and variety
dJvingyromb'nod from heights
of 5 and 10 metres .Heats
100 metres, free style for
4'"'0 metres, breast stroke.Final
400 metres, free style, .second Heats
High (plain) diving from
heights of 5 and 10 metres
for ladies .Final
100 metres, back stroke .Final
July 14 ?
400 metres, free style.Final
400 metres, team race, for
400 metres, team race for
Hi,,i. diving, plain and variety
'divine combined, from
heights of 5 and 10 metres..Final
800 metres, team rave.....Final
Vater polo, match for Second
Prise (if necessary)
The metre having been accepted by
a majority of the nations as a basis
j of linear measurement, H was deter?
mined upon for use In the Olympic
games, and with a few, exceptions
track and field distances have been
marked according to it.
The- distances on the .Stockholm pro
I gram, reduced to exact terms of Kng
| lish measurement, whic h are common
here, are as follows:
1 metre?23.37 Inches.
100 metres?100 yds. 13 in.
110 metres?l'.'O yds. 11 In.
200 metres?21* yds. ft. 6 In.
400 metres?FIT yds. 16 In.
&00 metres??71 yds. 2 ft. 3 in.
1,600 metres.?1,040 yds. .', in.
1.6O0 metres?1,749 yds. lb in. (little
icKii than a mile I.
3..00 metres?1 mile 1,420 yds. 10 In.
5,000 metres?3 miles 189 yds.
10,000 metres?6 miles 378 yds.
40.20J metres?21 miles 1.021 yds 13 In
(There arc 1,760 yardx oi 6,280 feet
in a mile.)
i.ii ni Ainiibltbentrr.
The Olympic games at Stockholm
bring about another addition to the
great sporting amphitheatres of the
world. The extent to which these
structures have been going up during
the past ten or llfteen yars as per?
manent homes for sport has been une
of the inoht remarkable tenures of
nthletlca. More than s score Of eom
multles In the United Slates now, have
within their enrlvons stadiums of a
j permanent type for baseball, football
or track and field games, and most of
the foreign capitals boast of equally
modern conveniences for spectators as
well as participants.
London added a remarkably large
stadium to the list In 1'jQe, with a
structure for tho Olympic games at
shepherd's Hush designed to accom?
modate "o.OOO persons, but which Inci?
dentally was never tired. The Swedish
hosts will entertain the International
gathering this year In a structure
Just completed on the outskirts of the
city. It is far less pretentious In size
than the Englishmen lumUhed. but It
will comfortably accommodate 26,000
spectators, and from ail accounts at
Stockholm enthusiasm In the Swedish
capital is auch that It will be crowded
The new Stockholm stadium Is pic?
turesque, as well as practical. It Is
built of Swedish gray violet brick,
along Independent architectural lines,
something after the medieval Swedish
school. It Is In the form of a horse?
shoe magnet, with the arena only open
to the sky. The open enl at the north
is icalcd by a natural rocky slope, the
two arms of the structure being built
Into the hill with watcli towers at the
two ends. The rocky slope Is crowned
with an arcade which completes the
frame of the arena, making It practl- I
cally closed on all tides.
The seats In the ampnitheatre are
roofed. In the background on the
hill are the Administration buildings.
Admission to the arena Is trained
through tour picturesque porta's. ilie
main one :.t the southern en 1 bring
.surmounted by octagonal towers,
t'nder the amphitheatre and llon'f lite
corridor are arranged the royal 'over,
the drosing rooms and shower nsilhs
and other conveniences for the ath?
letes, luncheon counters and promen?
The Inner circumference of the run?
ning track within the atillum fits
metres. Near the northern end the
finish mark Is p'.a'-ed. an 1 half w.'.v
down the stretch Is n oox' In which
Ills Majesty, King Gustav. under
whose patronage the games are hell,
and the crown prince, who is honor?
ary president of the committee, will
view the contest.
From the roof of the structure pro?
ject flagpoles from which the colors
of all nations will be IvMstei. whll
from the middle of the northern sec?
tion a higher Staff Will be reserved for
display of flag of the winning na- j
j Hons, while the great band beneath
, plays the accompanying national tune.
'The Star Spangled Bann'r, In both,
j color and music, will have Its place I
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Xevi Yorker Marries After Allesed
? Crime 1? Committed,
Now York, June J6.?At a coroner's
ii. .1 l int;. Matthias Wolf, living at No.
520 Kast Eighty-fifth Street, was
charged with murdering his ilrst wife.
Il is charged that he ktuekod her
down with his lists and then throw a
kerosene < il lamp at her, the flames
retting nie to her nightdress She
was burned to death.
At the time the birth of a child
was expected in a short while. Coroner
Wiiitcrhottom held Wolf in 12.500 liall
on a charge of homicide, and ho war
I locked up in the city prison.
|. The .illi ged crime was committed
I February 20, 1010. All those who hud.
lived at No. 11T West 114th Street,
where the fire occurred, had left tho
neighborhood. Finally the police
found Winder, who is a brother-in-law
? i Wolf, and wlm was iiviug with tho
Wolfs ai the time of the alleged mur?
der. Windei at first denied ail knowl?
edge of tin- lire or of Wolf, but flnul
ly agreed to tell everything that had
Wolf married again last March, and
Ii, and his wife goi ;i room in thu
basement of No. 520 Bnst Eighty-fifth
I Street. The second wile was over
ci me by tli.- charges made against her
husband, and moaned hysterically.
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