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A": A- Uwrtnee Jr., 1 n& AIAV n m fef Fort Wort High School, second; Si teUrae t tM roatoSee M eaeoaJ i BY CAa WALLACE. BRYAN. TEXAS, MAY 8, 19u6. GRfT VICIURt CELEBRATED ALIEN ACADEMY BOYS SWEPT HON. ORS AT FORT WORTH oi State Cbampioaibip, Two Cass. Tweaty-Oae Medals sod Low ere" State and Soetbera Record. Aa briefly stated in Tbo Eagle Sunday morning, tho Allen Acad eniy track team swept the honor, at the Fort Worth State athletic meet, again winning the State championship together with a Back full of gold.sil ver and bronze medala and two handsome caps, the large one being tho championship tro phy. ios muiviauai nonors won are as follows: Louie Hamilton, captain, silver cup, seven gold medals and one bronze medal. Phillip Soberer, two gold medals and one bronze medal. George Brookshire, two gold medals. Charles DeWare, one gold medal and two silver medals. Homer Wallace, one silver medal. Lamar Edwards, one gold medal and one bronze medal. J. II. Floor, one gold medal and one bronze medal. Louie Hamilton of Allen Aca- demy jumped 20 feet and four inches, breaking the former State record of 20 feet and 3 inches; Phillip Scherir, also of Allen Aca demy, lowered the State record of 5 minutes and 10 second in the one mile run to 5 minutes and 9 4-5 seconds; George R. Brookshire of Allen Academy broke the southern record for the 440-yard dash by 2-5 of a second, running it in 50 sec onds flat. Allen Academy captured every thing in sight, winning the meet wijh 03 point out of 113. Fort Worth High School was an easy second wi'.h 3S points to their credit. Austin High School was third with 8 points and the pre paratory department of the Poly technic College was ltt with 4 points. Louie Hamilton rhnd the ni nt points to his credit; II. Stokes of the Fort Worth High .School wan second and Phillip Scherenwas third. Hamilton bad, 31 points, Stokes had IS and Sberer hjij 11. The Accademy wsl presented with a cup donatedjC, M. Cates of Ft. Worth. TtMsiilidual scor ing tho most points was aUo given a cup. The man winning first place was presented with a gold medal, the second a silver medal and the third man a bronze medal. Following is the summary: Fifty-yard Dash Hamilton, Al len Academy, first; Stokes of Fort tVorth High School, second; Par ker of Fort Worth High School, third. Time 0:05 3-5. High jump Hamilton of Allen Academy, first; Higgins'of Fort Worth High school, second; Row land of Fort Worth High School, third. Heieht.5 feet 2 1-2 inches. Pole ault Louie Hamilton of Allen Academy, first; Wallace of Allen Academy, second; Gus (i rimes of Fort Worth High School, third. Height 9 feet. 440- ard dash Brookshire of Allen Academy, first: Lipscomb of Austin High School, second; Ed wards of Allen Academy, third Time 0:50. Twelve-Pound Shot Put Louie Hamilton of Allen Academy, firt; Koy Borden of Fort Worth High School, second; Scberer of Allen Academj , third. Distance, 37 feet and 4 inches. One-Mile Run Scherer of Allen JLtpscomb of Austin High School, third. Time, 6:09 4-5. 220-Yard Low Hurdles Stokes of Fort Worth High School, first; Crimea ot Fort Worth High School, sreend; Lipscomb of Austin High School, third. 220-Yard DashStokes of Fort Worth High School, first; Parker of Fort Worth High School, sec ond; Hamilton of Allen Academy, third. Time, 0:24 1-5. Broad Jump Hamilton of Alletr Academy, 20 feet 4 inches'De ware of Allen Academy, 19(feet 0)i inches; Parker of Fort Worth High School, 17 feet 6 inches.' 120-Yard High Hurdles Stokes of Fort Worth High School, "first; Young o f Polytechnic College, second; Binkley of PoyltechnicCol- lege, third. Time, ,0:1 7 2-5. Twelve-Pound Hammer Throw Hamilton of Allen Academy, 124 feet 9 inches; DeWare of Allen Academy, 100 feet; Arneson of Fort Worth High School, 93 feet 11 inches. One-Half Mile Run Scherer of Allen Academy, first; Lipscomb of Austin High School, second; Floors of Allen Academy, third. Time 2:15. Allen Academy was the winner in the one-mile relay race, which was probably the most exciting event of the day. ' The Academy participants in the race were Ham ilton, DeWare, Floore, Edwards, and Brookshire, the latter finish ing. Time 3:291. The Allen Academy delegation was as follows: Profs. J. II. Al len and W. J. Moyes, from the faculty; Hamilton, Brookshire, De Ware, Trice, Bumpaes, Scherer, Floore, Edwards, Wallace, com prising the track team; John Lewis, Jas. Keefer, W. T. Spiller, I. Stoneham, U. Stone ham, E. K. Row, Rivers Allen, O. B. Col quitt Jr., Schultz Bowere, Henry Wickes, Archie Andereon, C. Stone bam accompanying students. T. P. Trice, one of the bet men on the track team, was ill and un able to take part in any of the events. The great victory of the Acad emy team was enthusiastically celebrated in the Academy assem bly ball yesterday morning and following tho speech making and delivery of the medals, the stu dents were given a holiday. The exercixes, as usual opened with scripture reading with com ments and prayer, and Prof. J. II. Allen gave an account of the trip And tbo athletic contests that was punctuated by rounda of applause, lie said the physical victory was great, but tho greatest victory won by the boys was in their gentle manly conduct, which was the subject of comment on all sides, ' 1 . L , f ml . . ' 1 ana luai during ine enure trip ne never had to correct any of the boys. He praised the hospitality ana royai ireaimeni receiveu in Ft. Worth and from the I. fc (J railroad, mentioning especially Mr. oUe, wno.-e courtesies were extended to them even after their arrival in Ft. Worth. Messrs. A. J. Buchanan. G. S. Parker and The Eagle representa tive were called upon and made short talks expressive of Bryan's appreciation of the wonderful vie tory of the Academy and the more splendid work being accomplished by the school In its intellectual and moral sphere. Prof. Moyes gave testimony to the manly conduct of the boys throughout the trip and to their prowess on the field, and said that after a nara contest between Prof. Allen and himself, Prof. Allen won the "standing broad grin." Prof. H. W. South ?oicd the thanks of the school to the mer chants, business men and other people of Bryan who have contrib uted so liberally to the support of Academy athletics. Prof. R. O. Allen, taking up a line of thought which had also been advanced by bis brother, showed the secondary place occu pied by athletics in the school, and said athletics are and have lxen on trial, and should it prove derti mental to the intellectual or spir itual welfare of the student body, athletics would be banished from the school and the fact so stated boldly in the catalogue. 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