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Colgate 22; U. S. M. A. 43, Fordham 19: U. S. M. A. 30, Rochester 14; U. S. M. A. 21, Union 22; U. S. M. A. 29, New York Univ. 21.

United States Naval Academy-U. S. N. A. 44, Balt. Med. Col. 22: U. S. N. A. 59, Catholic Univ. 33; U. S. N. A. 74, New York Univ. 18; U. S. N. A. 49, Crescent A. C. 7; U. 8. N. A. 56. Lehigh 17; U. S. N. A. 55, St. John's, Brooklyn, 30: U. S. N. A. 31, Swarthmore 12; U. S. N. A. 46, St. John's, Maryland, 30; U. S. N. A. 67, Georgetown 18.

University of Pennsylvania-U. of P. 14. Lehigh 26; U. of P. 22, Princeton 15; U. of P. 13, U. S. Mil. Acad. 23; U. of P. 18, Pittsburgh 22; U. of P. 25, Westinghouse 23; U. of P. 26, Indians 12; U..of P. 20, Dartmouth 17: U. of P. 14, Princeton 11; U. of P. 18, Cornell 26; U. of P. 13, Rochester 23; U. of P. 19, Syracuse 31; U. of P. 27, Yale 22: U. of P. 14, Yale 31; U. of P. 21, Dartmouth 28; U. of P. 8, Columbia 13; U. of P. 9, Cornell 17; U. of P. 15, Swarthmore 16; U. of P. 13, Columbia 25.

University of Virginia-U. of V. 40, Gallaudet 11; U. of V. 35, Hampden-Sidney 4; U. of V. 55, Randolph-Macon 12; U. of V. 65, M. A. C. 1; U. of V. 53, A. and M. 10; U. of V. 39, Va. Mil. Inst. 15: U. of V. 22, Georgetown 16: U. of V. 33, Trinity 11: U. of V. 28, Wash. and Lee 43; U. of V. 30, Univ. of N. C. 19; U. of V. 32, Catholic Univ. 41: U. of V. 19, Georgetown 26; U. of V. 21, St. John's 37: U. of V. 39. Geo. Washington 14: U. of V. 44, Frank. and Marsh. 28.

Yale University-Y. U. 17, Wesleyan 29; Y. U. 41, Fordham 18: Y. U. 22, St. John's 26; Y. U. 22, Pennsylvania 27; Y. U. 31, Pennsylvania 14; Y. U. 22; College City of New York 27; Y. U. 29, Princeton 22; Y. U. 33, Washington and Lee 16; Y. U. 15, Frinceton 23; Y. U. 18, Columbia 43. HUDSON COUNTY PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE OF NEW JERSEY.

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JANUARY 6-Senior Team Championship, Amateur Fencers' League of America, at New York City, won by New York A. C. team. Results: Folls-A. V. Z. Post, Fencers' Club, defeated P. Allison, New York A. C., 5 to 3. Duelling Swords-J. A. McLoughlin, New York A. C., defeated A. de la Poer, Fencers' Club, 1 to 0. Sabres-A. G. Anderson, New York A. C., defeated E. B. Meyers. Fencers' Club, 7 to 4.

January 13-Junior Team Foll Championship, A. F. L. A., at New York City. Results: Final Round-Fencers' Club won 10, lost 3; New York Turn Verein won 5, lost 7; Columbia won 4, lost 8. January 26-Junior Team Sabre Championship, A. F. L. A., at New York City. Results: New York Turn Verein won 12, lost 1; Fencers' Club won 4, lost 7; New York A. C. won 1, lost 9. February 3-Senior Team Sabre Championship, A. F. L. A., at New York City. Results: New York A. C. won 12, lost 2; Fencers' Club won 5, lost 6; New York Turn Verein won 1, lost 10. February 10-Junior Team Foll Competition for Saltus Medals, at New York City. Results: Final Round-Fencers' Club defeated French Y. M. C. A., 5 to 0; Fencers' Club defeated New York Turn Verein, 5 to 4.

February 19-Junior Team Duelling Sword Competition for Eddy Cup, at New York City. Results: Final Standing-Boston A. A., 10; New York Turn Verein, 7; Fencers' Club, 4.

February 24-Junior Duelling Sword and Sabre Championship, A. F. L. A., at New York City. Results: Duelling Swords-Won by Albert Strauss, New York Turn Verein, won 3, lost 1; Studd!ford Fitt, Fencers' Club, won 3, lost 1, second; G. F. Relmherr, Jr., New York Turn Verein, won 2, lost 2, third. Strauss won on fence-off. Sabres-Won by Studdiford Pitt., Fencers' Club, won 4. lost 1; A. S. Lyon, Fencers' Club, won 3, lost 2, second; A. Strauss, New York Turn Verein, won 3, lost 2, third.

March 17-National Team Foll Championship, A. F. L. A.. held at New York City. Results: Fencers' Club defeated Boston A. A., 5 to 3; New York A. C. defeated New York Turn Verein 5 to 2; New York A. C. defeated Fencers' Club, 5 to 3. Results:

April 7-National Team Sabre Chan picnship, A. F. L. A., held at New York City. Boston A. A. defeated Fencers' Club, 5 to 3: New York Turn Verein defeated New York A. C., 4 to 3; Boston A. A. defeated New York Turn Verein, 5 to 2.

April 12-National Woman's Junior Foil Championship, A. F. L. A., held at New York City. Results: Finals-Miss Jessie Pyle, hiladelphia, defeated Mrs. Max Blernbaum, Philadelphia, 5 to 4; Miss Marle Bradley, Fhiladelphia, defeated Miss Clara Cheeseman, Garrisons, 5 to 4; Miss Marle Bradley, Philadelphia, defeated Miss Jessle Pyle, Philadelphia, 5 to 3.

April 18-National Foll, Duelling Sword, Sabre and Woman's Foll Championship, held at New York City. Results: Foll Championship-First, P. J. Meylan, Fencers' Club, won 2, lost 1 (10 touches): J. A. McLoughlin, New York A. C., won 2, lost 1 (13 touches), second; Sherman Hall, Illinois A. C., won 1, lost 2 (13 touches), third. Duelling Swords-First, A. E. Sauer, Illinois A. C., Sherman Hall, Illinois A. C., second; O. D. MacLaughlin, Boston A. A., third; Dr. F. W. Allen, Boston A. A., fourth. Sabre Championship-First, A. G. Anderson, New York A. C., won 3, lost 0; Studdiford Fitt, Fencers' Club, won 1. lost 2 (17 touches), second: Sherman Hall, Illinois A. C., won 1, lost 2 (18 touches), third. Woman's Foll Championship-First, Mrs. W. H. Dewar, won 2, lost 0; Mrs. M. Biernbaum, won 1, lost 1, second; Miss Margaret Stimson, won 0, lost 2. third.

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March 21-22-National Intercollegiate Championship, held at New York City. Final Standing-Columbia won 27, lost 9; Cornell won 19, lost 17; Pennsylvania won 18, lost 18; United States Naval Academy won 16, lost 20; Harvard won 10, lost 26.

DUAL MEETS.

January 18-Navy defeated Columbla 5 bouts to 4.
January 25-Washington Fencers' Club defeated Navy 4 bouts to 2.
February 6-Pennsylvania defeated Harvard 6 bouts to 3.

February 8-New York Fencers' Club defeated Navy 7 bouts to 2.

February 22-Columbia defeated Yale 5 bouts to 4.

February 22-Navy defeated Pennsylvania 7 bouts to 2.

February 28-Columbla defeated Cornell 6 bouts to 3.

March 1-Cornell defeated Navy 5 bouts to 4.

March 1-Columbla defeated Pennsylvania 5 bouts to 4.
April 12-Columbia defeated Williams 7 bouts to 2.

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April 12-Final match for Dewar Challenge Trophy, emblematic amateur championship of the United States, won by Yonkers Field Club. Yonkers, N. Y., 3; Hollywood Inn Field Club, 0, at New York City.

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*One game forfeited to Haverford. Columbia, with a better goal average, was ranked third. In the selection of the all-American Intercollegiate soccer eleven Harvard received four places, Columbia and Haverford each two, and Cornell, Pennsylvania and Yale each one. The list follows: Goal, Nichols of Harvard; right back, Barron of Harvard; left back, Dickey of Yale; right half, McCall of Harvard; centre half, T. Elkinton of Haverford; left half, Davis of Cornell; outside right, Needham of Harvard; inside right, Watson of Pennsylvania; centre forward, Shanholt of Columbia; Inside left, Stokes of Haverford; outside left, Zoller of Columbla.

February 15-Oxford vs. Cambridge at London, England, înɛl score a tie, Oxford 2,Cambridge 2.

Curling.

JANUARY 22-30-Northwestern Curling Association's bonspiel, held at St. Paul, Minn. Results: Trophy Winners-St. Paul Jobbers-Dr. V. G. Williams, Winnipeg, won trophy; second prize, S, Hastings, Minneapolis; third, Blackburn Rink, Winnipeg; fourth, Hunter Rink, Minneapolis. Duluth Trophy-R. H. Dunbar, St. Paul, won trophy; second prize, Dr. V. G. Williams, Winnipeg; third prize, Blackburn Rink, Winnipeg: fourth, Melvor Rink, Port Arthur. Patrick-Duluth-W. K. Parkinson won trophy; second prize, McNabb Rink, Grand Rapids, Mich.; third prize, Dunbar Rink, St. Paul; fourth, Williams Rink, Minneapolis. Northwester Event-Hastings, Minneapolis, defeated McLeod, Duluth, in anals. International Trophy-Won by Dunbar, defeating St. Paul Rink.

February 7-8-Gordon Medal Match, emblematic of championship of United States and Canada, held at Boston, Mass., won by Canada. Score: Canada, 176 points; United States, 137 points. Scores by matches: United States Thistle, New York, 17; Jersey City, 12; Utica, 24; Country Club, 16: Boston, 14; Schenectady, 20; Brae Burn, Boston, 14; St. Andrews, New York, 15; Caledonia, New York, 5. Canada-Outremont No. 2, 17; Montreal, 24; St. Lawrence, 8; Lachine, 14: Thistle, Montreal, 18; Heather, 21; St. Andrews, Montreal, 19; Outremont No. 1, Montreal, 23; Caledonia, Montreal, 32.

February 7-Quebec Challenge Cup, won by Caledonia Curling Club of Montreal, defeating Rideau Curling Club, at Ottawa, Ont., 35 to 29.

Lacrosse.

INTERCOLLEGIATE.

UNITED STATES INTERCOLLEGIATE LACROSSE LEAGUE. Southern championship won by Johns Hopkins. Northern championship won by Harvard. National title match not played in 1913. IMPORTANT GAMES PLAYED IN UNITED STATES.

March 20, Navy 9, Baltimore C. C. 1, at Annapolis, Md. March 29, Navy 6, Walbrook A. C. 2. at Annapolis, Md. April 2, Carlisle Indians 9, Maryland Aggies 1, at Carlisle, Pa. April 5, Johns Hopkins 5, Cornell 2, at Baltimore, Md.; Crescent A. C. 8, Stevens Institute 3, at New York City: Lehigh 4, Navy 3, at Annapolis, Md. April 7, Carlisle Indians 4, Cornell 3, at Carlisle, Pa. April 10, Johns Hopkins 4, Navy 4, at Annapolls, Md. April 12, Harvard 19, Pennsylvania 0, at Philadelphia, Pa.; Johns Hopkins 11, Stevens Institute 0, at Baltimore, Md.; Lehigh 9, Mount Washington 2, at South Bethlehem, Pa.; Carlisle Indians 6, Baltimore Poly 1, at Carlisle, Pa. April 14, Harvard 12, Maryland Aggles 0, at Washington, D. C. April 16, Harvard 8. Navy 3, at Annapolis, Md. April 19. Lehigh 2, Carlisle Indians 1, at South Bethlehem, Pa.: Crescent A. C. 7, Pennsylvania 3, at New York City. April 27, Crescent A. C. 10, New York L. C. 4, at New York City. May 1, Navy 5, Carlisle Indians 2, at Annapolis, Md. May 3, Lehigh 7, Swarthmore 2, at South Bethlehem, Pa., Crescent A. C. 2, Cornell 2, at New York City: Stevens Institute 11, Pennsylvania 1, at Hoboken, N. J.; Carlisle 4, Johns Hopkins 2, at Baltimore, Md. May 8, Navy 8. Mount Washington A. C. 0, at Annapolis, Md. May 10, Johns Hopkins 7. Swarthmore 4, at Swarthmore, Pa.; Harvard 7. Hobart 3, at Geneva, N. Y.; Crescent A. C. 2, Boston L. C. 0, at New York City. May 12, Harvard 5, Cornell 1, at Ithaca, N. Y. May 14, Swarthmore 5, Pennsylvania 0, at Philadelphia, Pa. May 17, Crescent A. C. 8, New York L. C. 4, at New York City. May 23, Carlisle Indians 12, Pennsylvania 0, at Carlisle, Pa. May 24, Crescent A. C. 7, Cariisie Indians 1, at New York City; Stevens Institute 10, Hobart 2, at Hoboken, N. J. May 30, Toronto University 8, Crescent A. C. 4, at New York City, Harvard 3, Stevens Institute 0, at Hoboken, N. J. May 31, Toronto University 4. Crescent A, C. 4. at New York City. June 7, Crescent A. C. 3. Mount Washington A. C. 0, at New York City. Jnne 14, Crescent A. Č. 4, St. Simons L. C. of Toronto 3, at New York City. June 20, Crescent A. C. 9. Prescott L. C. of Prescott, Ont. 9. June 28, Montreal A. A. A. 4, Crescent A. C. 3, at New York City,

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JANUARY 20, Virginia, Minn.-Third Annual Tournament of Virginia Ski Club. Results: Class A Won by Barney Reilly, Virginia, 270 1-3; second, Erling Landvik, Stoughton, Wis., 254 points: third, August Nordby, Virginia, 240 2-3 points. Class B-Won by Bert Hansen, Virginia, 233 2-3 points; second, John Jobe, Ironwood, 232 points; third, John Fieldseth, Ironwood, 230 1-3 points. Walter Bratlund, of Ironwood, an 11-year-old boy, jumped 70 feet and was awarded special prize.

January 26, Chippewa Falls, Wis.-Annual Tournament. Results: Professional Class-Won by Anders Haugen, Chippewa Falls, 308 2-3 points; second, Lars Haugen, Chippewa Falls, 306 1-3 points; third, Sigurd Hanson, Fergus Falls, 300 2-3 points. Amateur Class-Won by John Guttormson, Belolt, 265 1-3 points; second, Elnar Bakke, Beloit, 263 2-3 points; third, George Campen, Eau Claire, 250 1-3 points. Boys' Division, Amateur Class-Won by Earl Gunderson, Chippewa Falls, 238 points; second, Clarence Bergevin, Chippewa Falls, 222 2-3 points; third, Walter Bratlund, Ironwood, 165 1-3 points.

January 28, Stoughton, Mich.-Annual Tournament. Results:

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February 2, Oconomowoc, Wis.- -Lake Nagawicka Tournament. Results: ProfessionalsWon by Anders Haugen, Chippewa Falls, Wis., 121 feet: second, Ragnar Omtvedt, Chicago, 119 feet; third, Barney Reilly, Virginia, Minn., 118 feet. Amateurs-Won by Terje Jensen, Chicago, 107 feet; second, John Guttormson, Beloit, 1041⁄2 feet; third, John Jobe, Ironwood, Mich., 104 feet. February 8, Stoughton, Wis.-Annual Open Championship Tournament, National Ski Assoclation. Results:

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February 15, Ironwood, Mich.-Annual Amateur Championship Tournament, National Ski Association. Results:

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February 17, Duluth, Minn.-Annual Tournament. Duluth Ski Club. Results: Won by Carl Solberg, St. Paul, 265 2-3 points; second, Harry Landry, Duluth, 261 points. James Blegen, St. Paul, made longest leap, 121 feet.

February 19, Fergus Falls, Minn.-Interstate Ski Tournament. Results: Won by Barney Reilly, Virginia, Minn., 267 points; second, Ragnar Omtvedt, Chicago, 259 points: third, Sigurd Hanson, Fergus Falls, 257 1-3 points; fourth, Erling Landvik, Stoughton, Wis., 240 points. Longest standing jump made by Ragnar Omtvedt, 122 feet. In the amateur class Ludwig Holby, of Glenwood, Minn., won first prize. He also made longest standing jump, 104 feet.

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February 24, Menomonte, Wis.-Annual Tournament, Menomonie Ski Club. Results: Harry Landry, Duluth, 326 points; second, Gunnar Overlaud, Minneapolis, 320 points; third, John Sands, Spring Valley, Wis., 311 points.

February 24. Ishpeming, Mich.--Interstate Ski Tournament. Results: Won by Ragnar Omtvedt, Chicago, 310 points; second, Barney Reilly, Virginia, Minn., 305 points; third, Lars Haugen, Arcadia, Wis., 297 points.

March 2, St. Paul, Minn.-International Ski Association Tournament. Results: Won by Carl Solberg, St. Paul, 214 1-3 points; second, P. Myrvold, Minneapolis, 214 points; third, J. Wahl, Menomonie, 212 points.

March 2, Chicago, Ill.-Norge Ski Club Annual Tournament. Results: Won by Sigurd Hanson, Fergus Falls, 319 points; second, Ragnar Omtvedt, Chicago, 303 2-3 points; third, Anders Haugen. Chippewa Falls, 288 1-3 points.

Ski Records, N. S. A. Longest standing jump, character or form not considered: Ragnar Omtvedt, Norge Ski Club, Chicago, Ill., 169 feet at Ironwood, Mich., February 16, 1913, in N. S. A. championship tournament. Is American and world's record.

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General average, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 miles, 1394.63 yards; 1900, Harry Robertson, Brooklyn, N. Y. General average, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600 miles, 1222.48 yards; 1905, F. C. Hersey, Jr., Wellesley Hills, Mass.

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Odd and Miscellaneous Events.

FIELD Dog Trials-All-American Field Club Derby, Roger Springs, Tenn.-Won by Gibraltar Ollle (F. S. Hall.) United States Field Trials, Letohatchie, Ala.-Won by Artle G., (H. B. Duryea). All-American Field Club Derby, Roger Springs, Tenn.-Won by Naomi Jane (W. H. L. Campbell). National Championship, Grand Junction, Tenn.-Won by Philippides (F. S. Hall).

February 21-Greyhound Derby for Waterloo Cup held at Altoar, Lancashire, EnglandWon by Hungwell with Huldee second.

April 11-14-All-Alaska Sweepstakes Dog Race, Nome to Candle to Nome, 412 miles-Won by Fay Delezene with own team in 75h, 18m. John Johnson with own team was second, 77h. 40m., and A. A. (Scotty) Allen, third in 78h. 50m.

April 19-Tom Barrows of Australia swung a pair of Indian clubs weighing 3 lbs. 6 oz., for 108 hours without stop at London, England. June 28-Relay Race Washington to Chicago by teams of boy scouts, each of whom ran about quarter mile in 4d. 2h. 10m. June 2-August 2-Edward Payson Weston walked from New York City to Minneapolis, Minn., a distance of 1,546 miles.

August 2-J. H. Scott walked from New York City to Philadelphia in 21h. 36m. 108.

June 16-July 31-Andrew Koehn rowed from source of Mississippi River to New Orleans, La., In 10-foot steel rowboat. He started from Lake Itaska, Minn., June 16, and finished at East Jetty Lighthouse, New Orleans, July 31. Time-45d. 20h. Actual pulling hours at oars 723. Distance, 2,567 miles.

August 7-John Henry Mears finished race around world against time, covering 21,066 miles in 35d. 21h. 35 4-5s. He left New York City on July 1, at 12.45 A.M., and completed trip on August 6, 10.20 P.M.

August 30-Tom Barrows of Australia swung a pair of Indian clubs weighing 3 lbs., for 97h. 35m., at London, England. September 10-Miss Bessie Friedman won National Typewriting championship at New York City, averaging 116 words per minute for thirty minutes.

September 16-Rear-Admiral Sir Robert K. Arbuthnot was defeated in a 100-yard foot-race by Capt. Eric Bach at Portsmouth, England. Capt. Bach won by one yard in 12s. flat. Capt. Bach was 48 years old and Sir Arbuthnot 49, and the race was the result of a wager made in 1893 to be decided twenty years later.

October 21-Miss M. B. Owen established a new typewriting record in winning the speed champlonship of the United States at New York City. She wrote 125 words in one minute. E. A. Treszgar was second with 120 words, and G. R. Treszgar third with 117 words.

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