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International Races for the America's Cup

1851, Aug. 22--America (American), 10:37; Au- 1903, Aug. 22, 25, Sept. 3-first race-Reliance rora (British), 10:55.

(American), 3:32:17; Shamrock III (Irish), 3:39:20: 1870, Aug. 8-Magic (American), 3:58:26 2/10; second race-Reliance, 3:14:54; Shamrock III. Cambria (British), 4:37:38 9/10. The America, 3:16:13; third race-Reliance, 4:28:06; Shamrock then owned and manned by the U. S. Navy, was III (lost in fog). in fourth place.

1920, July 15, 17, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27-first race 1871, Oct. 16, 18, 19, 21, 23—first race-Columbia Resolute (American), (disabled); Shamrock TV (American), 6:19:41; Livonia (British), 6:46:45; (Irish), 4:25:12; second race(Yachts did not finsecond race Columbia, 3:07:42; Livonia, 3:18:15; ish in 6-hour limit); third race Resolute, 5:24:44; third race-Columbia (disabled), 4:17:35, Livonia, Shamrock IV, 5:22:18; fourth race-Resolute, 4:02:25; fourth race- Sappho (American), 5:39:02; 3:56:05; Shamrock IV, 4:03:06; Afth race-ResoLivonia, 6:09:23; fifth race- Sappho, 4:46:17; lute, 3:31:12; Shamrock IV, 3:41:10; sixth race Livonia, 5:11:44.

Yachts did not finish in 6-hour limit; seventh 1876, Aug. 11, 12-first raceMadeleine (Ameri- race-Resolute, 5:28:35; Shamrock IV, 5:48:29. can), 5:23:54; Countess of Dufferin (British), 1930, Sept. 13, 15, 17, 18-first race-Enterprise 5:34:53; second race-Madeleine, 7:18:46; Countess (American), 4:03:48; Shamrock V (Irish Chalof Dufferin, 7:46.

lenger), 4:06:40; second race-Enterprise, 4:00:44; 1881, Nov. 9, 10-first race-Mischief (American), Shamrock V 4:10:18; third race-Enterprise, 4:17:09; Atalanta (British), 4:45:3992; second race 3:54:16; Shamrock V. (disabled); fourth race--Mischief, 4:54:53; Atalanta, 5:33:47.

Enterprise, 3:10:13; Shamrock v, 3:15:57. 1885, Sept. 14, 16-first race-Puritan (Ameri- 1934, Sept. 17, 18, 20, 22, 24, 25—first race can), 6:06:05; Genesta (British), 6:22:24; second Endeavour (British) (challenger), 3:38:34; Rainrace-Puritan, 5:03:14; Genesta, 5:04:52.

bow (American defender), 3:40:53. Endeavour won 1886, Sept. 9, 11--first race-Mayflower (Ameri- | by 2 minutes, 9 seconds; second race--Endeavour can), 5:26:41; Galatea (British), 5:38:43; second 2:49:01; Rainbow, 2:49:52. Endeavour won by 51 race Mayflower, 6:49; Galatea, 7:18:09.

seconds; third race-Leeward and windward. Rain1887, Sept. 27, 30--first race--Volunteer (Ameri-bow. 4:15:34; Endeavour, 4:19:00. Rainbow won by can), 4:53:18; Thistle (British), 5:12:4134; second 3 minutes 26 seconds; fourth race-Triangular. race--Volunteer, 5:42:5614; Thistle, 5:54:45.

beat, close reach, broad reach. Rainbow, 2:55:38; 1893, Oct. 7, 9, 13-first race ---Vigilant (Ameri- Endeavour. 2:56:53. Rainbow won by 1 minute 15 can), 4:05:47; Valkyrie II (British), 4:11:35: seconds. fifth race--Westward and leeward. Rainsecond race-Vigilant, 3:25:01: Valkyrie II, 3:35: bow, 2:34:05, Endeavour, 2:38:06. Rainbow won by 36; third race-Vigilant, 3:24:39; Valkyrie II, 4 minutes 1 second. sixth race-Triangular, reach, 3:25:19.

beat, run. Rainbow, 3:20:05: Endeavour, 3:21:00 1895, Sept.

10,

12—first race Defender Rainbow won by 55 seconds. (American), 4:59:54 9/10; Valkyrie III (British), (Note: The yachts sailed on Saturday, Sep5:08:44; second race-Detender, 3:55:56; Valkyrie tember 15, 1934, but it was declared "no contest, III, (disqualified on foul); third race Defender, for they failed to finish within the time limit of 4:43:43; Valkyrie III, (withdrew).

five hours, thirty minutes). 1899, Oct. 16, 17, 20-first race-Columbia 1937, July 31, Aug. 2, 4, 5-first race-Wind(American), 4,53:53; Shamrock I (Irish), 5:04:01; ward and leeward. Ranger (American defender), second race Columbia, 3:27; Shamrock i (dis- 4:41:15; Endeavour II (British challenger), 4:58:20 abled); third race Columbia, 3:38:09; Shamrock Ranger won by 17 minutes 5 seconds. second race I, 3:44:43.

Triangle. Ranger, 3:41:33; Endeavour, 4:00:05. 1901, Sept. 28, Oct. 3, 4-first race-Columbia Ranger won by 18'minutes 32 seconds. third race (American), 4:30:24; Shamrock II (Irish), 4:31:44; Windward and leeward. Ranger, 3:54:30; Endeav. second race-Columbia, 3:12:35: Shamrock II: our, 3:58:57. Ranger won by 4 minutes 27 seconds. 3:16:10; third race-Columbia, 4:32:57; Shamrock fourth race-Triangle. Ranger, 3:07:49; EndeavII, 4:33:38.

our, 3:11:26. Ranger won by 3 minutes 27 seconds.

Yacht Races in 1941 Miami to Nassau, 184 miles, won by W. H. by F. Campbell's Apparition with 283 points, Labrot's Stormy Weather.

Women's National Championship. won by Miss St. Petersburg to Havana, 284 miles, won by L. MacIntyre with 31 points. D. C. Sharp's Gulf Stream.

National Junior Championship, won by R. Havana to Key West, 90 miles, won by D. C. Coulson with 4414 points. Sharp's Gulf Stream.

United States vs. Cuba Star Class Championship, Lipton Challenge Cup, 28 miles, Miami, won by Havana, won by United States 24 to 12 points. E. S. Bradford's Belisarius.

Intercollegiate Y. R. A. Dinghy Championship, National Class B Dinghy Championship, won won by Princeton with 119 points.

National Amateur Roller Skating Championships, 1941

Cleveland, O., April, 1941
SENIOR MEN'S SPEED

JUVENILE BOYS' SPEED 440 yds.-Russell Brown, Chicago; *0:42.8.

440 yds.-Robert Joerger, Pittsburgh: 0:48.8. 880 yds.-Allan Runk, Cincinnati: *1:27.6.

JUVENILE GIRLS' SPEED 1 mile--Russell Brown, Chicago; *2:53.4. 2 miles-Russell Brown, Chicago; *5:50.0.

440 yds.--Arleen Holton, Pittsburgh; 0:51.6. 5 miles--Harold Wyant, Dayton, O.; *14:54.7.

Senior Dancing-George Werner-Gladys Koehler,

Richmond Hill, N. Y.
SENIOR LADIES' SPEED

Novice Dancing—Leo Carsner-Jeanne Wescher.

Dayton, O. 440 yds.-Verna Picton, Detroit: 0:47.2.

Junior Dancing Charles Kennedy-Eleanor Nevulis, 880 yds.--Dorothy Law, Lakewood, O.; *1:33.4.

Boston. 1 mile-Edna Malone, St. Louis, Mo.; *3:05.4. Senior Pair-Walter Stokosa-Ann Manion. Detroit. JUNIOR BOYS' SPEED

Senior Ladies' Figure---Melva Block, Detroit.

Senior Men's Figure-Robert Ryan, Dayton, O. 440 yds.----Billy Duncan, Louisville, Ky.; 0:45.0. Novice Ladies' Figure--Shirley Snyder, Dayton, o 880 yds.--Stanley Hasek, Cleveland, O.; 1:29.8. Novice Men's Figure-Jack Seifert, Dayton, O.

Junior Girls' FigureDonna J. Pospisil, Cleveland. JUNIOR GIRLS' SPEED

Junior Boys' Figure-Walter Bickmeyer, Mineola. 440 yds.-Dorothy Law, Detroit: 0:50.6.

L, I.

National record.

World Log Rolling Championships, 1941

Gladstone, Mich., July 4-6 James Herron, boomman from Kelso, Wash., de-Longview, Wash. The Junior championship was fended his title of "King of The White Waters" won by Ted Springer, Minneapolis, who defeated by defeating Joseph Connor, ex-collegian of the Paul Perry. of Pittsfield. Mass. The Roleo was University of Minnesota from Cloquet. Minn, Mary attended by topflight birlers from Wisconsin, Jean Malott, Co-ed of Anderson (Ind.) College, Michigan, Minnesota and Washington. The 1942 defended her title by defeating Bette Berkley, of Roleo wul be held in Gladstone, July 2-4.

Olympic Games

The twelfth Olympic Games, scheduled to be held Games cannot be held in a country at war. The in Helsinki, Finland (July 20-Aug. 4, 1940), were twelfth Olympic Games originally were awarded to cancelled (April 23, 1940) at a joint session of the Japan and transferred to Finland and Germany organizing committee and the permanent Finnish when Japan and China went to war. The 1944 Olympic committee because of the war in Europe. Olympic Summer Games awarded to London and The 1940 Winter Games, scheduled for Garmisch- the Winter Games to Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy, Partenkirchen, Germany, had been cancelled ear- but present European conditions appear to make lier because the Olympic rules provide that the such events doubtful.

PAN-AMERICAN “OLYMPIC GAMES" SCHEDULED FOR 1942 The Pan-American Sports Congress ed (Aug. Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El 31, 1940) to hold the first Pan-American "Olym- Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Nicaragua, pic Games" in the Argentine in 1942. Thereafter Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. the games will be held in a different country "In general, the report of the Congress said, every four years with successive sites to be named "the rules of the International Olympic Commit. by permanent Pan-American committee. The Pan- tee, covering the Olympic Games, will apply. The American "Olympic Games" were suggested as a technical rules of competition in all sports are to substitute for the Olympic games when war caused be those of the respective international federations, the postponement of the real games scheduled for as in the Olympic Games. All countries of the 1940.

Western Hemisphere are eligible for membership in Sixteen of the twenty-one nations of the West- the new organization. The Congress, which is to be ern Hemisphere were represented at the Congress. held every four years, will control the organizaBesides the United States, they were Argentina, (tion."

Olympic Games Records—1912-1936

TRACK AND FIELD-MEN
Event
Record

Holder

Nation

Where Made 100-meter run. 10.3 s

Eddie Tolan. United States. Los Angeles. . 1932 200-meter run. 20.7 s.

Jesse Owens.. United States. Berlin. 1936 400-meter run. 46.2 s.

Wullar Carr.. United States. Los Angeles. . 1932 800-meter run. 1 m. 49.8 s.

Thomas Hampson. Great Britain.. Los Angeles. . 1932 1500-meter run. 3 m. 47.8 s. Jack E. Lovelock, New Zealand.. Berlin...

. 1936 5000-meter run. 14 m. 22.2 8.

Gunnar Hockert Finland.

Berlin. . 1936 10,000-meter run. 30 m. 11.4 8.

Janusz Kusocinski Poland.

Los Angeles. . 1932 Marathon.. 2 h. 29 m. 19.2 s

Kitel Son

Japan.

Berlin

.1936 10,000-meter walk, 46 m. 28.48

GH. Goulding Canada

Stockholm 1912 50,000-meter walk. 4 h. 30 m. 41.4 s.

Harold Whitlock.. Great Britain Berlin, .1936 110 m. hurdles. 14.1s. Forrest Towas.. United States Berlin..

. 1936 400-meter hurdles. 52 s.*

Glenn Hardin. United States Los Angeles.. 1932 High jump 2.03 m. (6 ft. 7 15-16 in.).. Cornelius Johnson. United States. Berlin..

.1936 Broad jump. 8.06 m. (26 ft. 5 5-16 in.).. Jesse Owens.. United States. Berlin.

1936 Hop, step: jump 16.00 m. (52 ft. 5 7-8 in.). Naoto Tajima. Japan.

Berlin..

1936 Pole vault. 4.35 m. (14 ft. 31-4 in.)... Earle Meadows. United States Berlin.

1936 Discus.

50.48 m. (165 ft. 73-8 in..) Kenneth Carpenter United States. Berlin. .1936 Javelin. 72.71 m. (238 ft. 7 in.) Matti Jarvinen.. Finland.

Los Angeles. . 1932 16-lb shot. 16.20 m. (53 ft. 1 3-4 in.).. Hans Woelke.... Germany.

Berlin..

1936 16-lb. hammer 56.42 m. (185 ft.43.16 in. Karl Hein.. Germany.

Berlin.

1936 56-lb. weight. 11.27 m. (36 ft. 11 1-2 in.) P.J. McDonald.. United States Antwerp..

. 1920 Pentathlon. 14 pts. E R. Lehtonen.. Finland

Antwerp..

1920 Decathlon. 7,900 pts.* Glenn Morris ... United States. Berlin.

1936 400 meter relay---United States (Jesse Owens, Ralph Metcalfe, Foy Draper, Frank Wyckoff), Berlin,

39.8 . 1,600-Meter relay-United States (Ivan Fuqua, Edgar Ablowich, Karl Warner, William Carr). Los Angeles, 1932

3 m. 8.2 s. 3,000-meter team race--Finland (Paavo Nurmi, Willie Ritola, E. Katz), Paris, 1924

8 m. 32 s. *Robert Tisdall (Ireland) won the 400-meter hurdles in 51.8 s., but his time was not allowed as a record because he knocked down a hurdle. Hardin finished second in 52 s. World record for new system of scoring.

TRACK AND FIELD-WOMEN 100-meter run 11.5 s. Helen Stephens.. United States Berlin

1936 800-meter run 2 m. 16 4-5 s.

L. Radike

Germany

Amsterdam., . 1928 80-meter hurdles.. 11.6 s. (Heat)

Trebisonda Valla. Italy

Berlin

1936 High jump

1.67 m. (5 ft. 51-4 in.). Jean Shiley.. United States Los Angeles., 1932 Discus 47.63 m. (156 ft. 33-16 in.) Gisela Mauermayer Germany

Berlin...

1936 Javelin. (45.18 m. (148 ft. 2 3-4 in.) Hilde Fleischer, Germany

Berlia..

1936 400-meter relay-United States (Mary Carew, Evelyn Furtsch, Annette Rogers, Wilhelmina Von Breme) Los Angeles, 1932

47 S.

SWIMMING-MEN 100-meter free style (57.5 s. (Heat)

Masanora Yusa.... Japan, 100-meter free style 4 m. 44.5 s.

Jack Medica. United States, 1,500-meter free style. 19 m. 12.4 s.

Kusuo Kitamura Japan 100-meter back stroke 1 m. 5.9 s.

Adolph Kiefer.. United States 200-in. breast stroke. 2 m. 42.5 s..

Detsuo Hamuro.

Japan 400-m. breast stroke. . 16 m. 29 3-5 s.

W Bathe....

Germany 800-meter relay--8 m. 51.5 s.--Japan (Yusa, Sugiura, Taguchi, Arai) Berlin..

Berlin...

1936 Berlin.

1930 Los Angeles 1932 Berlin...

1935 Berlin

1936 Stockholm ...1912

1936

SWIMMING-WOMEN 100-meter free style 11 m. 5.9 s.

Rita Mastenbroek. Netherlands... Berlin 300-meter free style.. 4 m. 34 s.

Ethelda Bleibtrey. United States. Antwerp 400-meter frer style. 5 m. 26.4 s.

Rita Mastenbroek Netherlands.. Berlin 100-meter back stroke i m. 16.6s. (Heat)

Dina Sent.

Netherlands Berlin 200-m, breast stroke 3 m. 1.9 8. (Heat).

Hideko Mayehata. IJapan....

Berlin. 100-meter relay-4 m, 36 s.-Netherlands (Selbach, Wagner, DenOuden, Mastenbroek) Berlin

1936 1920 1936 1936 1936

1936

Olympic Champions-1896 to 1936

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TRACK AND FIELD 60 Meters Run

10-Mile Walk 1900 A. E. Kraenzlein, United States.. .78 1908 G. E. Larner, Great Britain... lh. 15m. 57 2-55 1904 Archie Hahn, United States

50,000 Meters Walk 100 Meters Run

1932 Thos. W. Green, Great Britain 4h. 50m 10s 1896 T. E. Burke, United States

12s 1936 Harold Whitlock, Great Britain 4h. 30m. 41.4s 1900 F. W. Jarvis, United States

10 4-5s 1904 Archie Hahn, United States

5,000 Meters Run 11s

1912 H. Kolehmainen, Finland 14m. 36.65 1906 Archie Hahn, United States

11 1-58 1908 R. E. Walker, South Africa

14m. 55 3-5s 1920 J. Guillemot, France

10 4-58 1912 R. C. Craig, United States

10 4-5s
1924 Paavo Nurmi, Finland

14m. 31.28

14m. 38s 1920 C. W. Paddock, U. S.

10 4-55 1928 Willie Ritola,' Finland 1924 H. M. Abrahams, Great Britain

1932 Lauri Lehtinen, Finland 10.6s

14m. 308 1928 Percy Williams, Canada .10 4-55 1936 Gunnar Hockert, Finland

14m. 22.23 1932 Eddie Tolan, United States.

10.3s

5-Mile Run 1935 Jesse Owens, United States

• 10.38 1906 H. Hawtrey, Great Britain 26m. 26 1-5s *With Wind.

1908 E. R. Voigt, Great Britain 25m. 11 1-5s 200 Meters Run

10,000 Meters Run 1900 J. W. B. Tewksbury, United States, . 22 1-58 1912 H. Kolehmainen, Finland 31m. 20 8s 1904 Archie Hahn, United States 21 3-55 | 1920 Paavo Nurmi, Finland

31m. 45 4-58 1908 R. Kerr, Canada 22 2-55 1924 Willie Ritola, Finland

30m. 23.25 1912 R. C. Craig, United States

21.75 1928 Paavo Nurmi, Finland

30m. 18 4-58 1920 Allan Woodring, United States

22s 1932 Janusz Kusocinski, Poland

30m. 11.45 1924 J. V. Scholz, United States 21.65 1936 Ilmari Salminen, Finland

30m. 15s 1928 Percy Williams, Canada

21 4-55

Marathon 1932 Eddie Tolan, United States

21.2s

20.7s 1936 Jesse Owens, United States

1896 S. Loues, Greece...

2h. 55m. 20s 1900 Teato, France

2h. 59m. 400 Meters Run

1904 T. J. Hicks, United States 3h. 28m. 53s 1896 T. E. Burke, United States

54 1-5s 1906 W. J. Sherring, Canada 2h. 51m. 23 3-58 1900 M. W. Long. United States

49 2-5s 1908 John J. Hayes, United States 2h. 55m. 18s 1904 H. L. Hillman, United States

49 1-5s 1912 K. K. McArthur, South Africa 2h. 36m. 54.8s 1906 Paul Pilgrim, United States

53 1-5

1920 H. Kolehmainen, Finland 2h. 32m, 35 4-58 1908 W Halswelle, Great Britain, walkover 50s | 1924 A. O. Stenroos, Finland 2h, 41m. 22.68 1912 C. D. Reidpath, United States

48.2s 1928 El Ouafi, France

2h. 32m. 578 1920 B. G. D. Rudd, South Africa. 49 3-551932 Juan Zabala, Argentina

2h. 31m. 36s 1924 E, H. Liddell, Great Britain

47.68 1936 Kitei Son, Japan

2h. 29m. 19.28 1928 R. J. Barbuti, United States

47 4-58 1932 William Carr, United States

46.25

110 Meters Hurdles 1936 Archie Williams, United States 46.58 1896 Curtis, United States

17 3-58 1900 A. C. Kraenzlein, United States 15 2-53 800 Meters Run 1904 F. W. Schule, United States

168 1896 E. H. Flack, Great Britain. 2m. 11s 1906 R. G. Leavitt, United States

16 1-5s 1900 A. E Tysoe, Great Britain

2m. 1 2-5s 1908 Forrest Smithson, United States 1904 J. D. Lightbody, United States 1m. 56s 1912 F. W. Kelly, United States.

15.15 1906 Paul Pilgrim, United States 2m. 1 1-551920 E. J. Thomson, Canada

14 4-5s 1908 M. W. Sheppard, United States .1m. 52 4-5s 1924 D. C. Kinsey, United States

15s 1912 J. E. Meredith, United States. im. 51.9s 1928 S. J. M. Atkinson, South Africa, 14 4-58 1920 A. G. Hill, Great Britain

1m, 53 2-5s
1932 George Saling, United States

14.68 1924 D. G. A. Lowe, Great Britain. Im 52.45 1936 Forrest Towns, United States

14.1s 1928 D. A. Lowe, Great Britain

1m. 514-5s 1932 Thomas Hampson, Great Britain 1m. 49.8s

200 Meter Hurdles 1936 John Woodruff, United States . . . . .1m. 52.9s 1900 A. C. Kraenzlein, United States.. 25 2-Ss

1904 H. L. Hillman, United States.

24 3-53 1,500 Meters Run 1896 E. H. Flack, Great Britain 4m. 33 1-55

400 Meters Hurdles 1900 C. Bennett, Great Britain

4m. 6s 1900 J. W. B. Tewksbury, United States 57 3-58 1904 J. D. Lightbody, United States 4m 52-55

1904 H. L. Hillman, United States

535 1906 J. D. Lightbody, United States 4m 12s

1908 C. J. Bacon, United States

555 1908 M. W. Sheppard, United States 4m. 32-55

1920 F. F. Loomis, United States

548 1912 A. N. S. Jackson, Great Britain 3m. 56.85

1924 F. M. Taylor, United States

•52.65 1920 A. G. Hill, Great Britain

4m. 1 4-5s
1928 Lord Burghley, Great Britain

53 2-58 1924 Paavo Nurmi, Finland. 3m. 53.6s 1932 Robert Tisdall, Ireland

•51.8$ 1928 H. E. Larva, Finland

3m. 53 1-55
1936 Glenn Hardin, United States

52.48 1932 Luigi Beccali, Italy

3m. 51.2s Not the record; one hurdle down. 1936 J. E. Lovelock, New Zealand

3m. 47.8s

2,500 Meter Steeplechase
3,000 Meters Steeplechase
1900 G, W. Orton, United States

7m. 64s 1920 P. Hodge, Great Britain.

10m. 2 2-53 1904 J. D. Lightbody, United States.. 7m. 39 3-55 1924 Willie Ritola, Finland

9m. 33.6s 1928 T. A. Loukola, Finland

9m. 21 4-5s

Standing High Jum
10m. 33.45
1900 R. C. Ewry, United States

5ft. 5in 1932 Volnari Iso-Hollo, Finland

1904 P. C. Ewry, United States.

.4ft. ilin (About 3450 mtrs. extra lap by error) 1936 Volnari Iso-Hollo, Finland 9m. 3.8s 1906 R. C. Ewry, United States.

5t. 1 5-8in 1908 R. C. Ewry. United States.

5ft. 2in 3,200 Meters Steeplechase

1912 Platt Adams, U. S.

5ft. 4 1-4in 1908 A. Russell, Great Britain

10m. 47 4-58

Running High Jump 4,000 Meters Steeplechase

1896 E. H. Clark, United States

5ft. 11 1-in 12m. 58 2-58

1900 I. K. Baxter, United States 1900 C. Rimmer, Great Britain

6ft. 2 4-5in 1904 S. S. Jones, United States

51t. llin Cross-Country 1906 Con Leahy, Ireland

bit. 9 7-sin 1912 H. Kolehmainen, Finland 45m. 11.6s 1908 H. F. Porter, United States

6ft. 3in 1912 A. W. Richards, United States

.6ft. 4in 10,000 Meters Cross-Country

1920 R. W. Landon, United States

6ft. 4 3-8in 1920 Paavo Nurmi, Finland

27m. 155
1924 H. M. Osborn, U. S.

6ft. 6in 1924 Paavo Nurmi, Finland

32m. 54.8s
1928 R. W. King, United States

6ft. 4 3-8in 1,500 Meters Walk

1932 Duncan McNaughton, Canada 61t. 5 5-Sin 1906 George V. Bonhag, United States 7m, 12 3-58 1936 Cornelius Johnson, United States 6ft. 7 15-16in 3,000 Meters Walk

Standing Broad Jump 13m. 14 1-55

1900 R. O. Ewry. United States 1920 Ugo Frigerio, Italy.

10ft. 6 2-Sin 1904 R. C. Ewry, United States. lift. 4 7-8in 3,500 Meters Walk 1906 R. C. Ewry, United States.

10ft. 10in 1908 G. E. Larner, Great Britain

14m. 55s 1908 R. C. Ewry, United States . 10ft. 11 1.4in 10,000 Meters Walk 1912 C. Tsicilitiras, Greece.

11ft. 3-4in 1912 G. H. Goulding, Canada

46m. 28.48

Running Broad Jump 1920 Ugo Frigerio, Italy

48m. 6 1-58 1896 E. H. Clark, United States 201t. 9 3-4in 1924 Uco Frigerio, Italy

47m. 495 1900 A. C. Kraenzlein, United States 231t. 6 7-in 1904 Myer Prinstein, United States.... 24ft. lin 1924 C. L. Houser, United States 151ft. 5 1-8in 1906 Myer Prinstein, United States. . 23ft. 7 1-2in 1928 Dr. C. L. Houser, United States 155ft. 3in 1908 Frank Irons, United States 24ft. 6 1-2in 1932 John Anderson, United States 1621t. 4 7-8in 1912 A. L. Gutterson, United States. 24ft. 11 1.4in 1936 Ken Carpenter, United States. . 165ft. 73-8in 1920 Wm. Petterssen, Sweden

231t. 5 1-2in 1924 DeHart Hubbard, United States 24ft. 5 1-8in

Standing Hop, Step and Jump 1928 E. B. Hamm, United States 25ft. 4 3-3in 1900 R. C. Ewry, United States... 341t. 8. 1-2in 1932 Edward Gordon, United States 25ft. 3-4in 1904 R. C. Ewry, United States......34ft. 7 1-4in 1936 Jesse Owens, United States... 261t. 55-161n

Running Hop, Step and Jump
400 Meters Relay
1896 J. B. Connolly, United States.

45ft 1912 Great Britain...

42.4s 1900 Meyer Prinstein, United States, 47ft. 4 1-4in 1920 United States. .42 1-55 1904 Myer Prinstein, United States.

47ft. 1924 United States. .41s | 1906 P. O'Connor, Ireland.

46ft. 2in 1928 United States

41s 1908 T. J. Ahearne, Great Britain 48ft. 11 1-4in 1932 United States.

40s 1912 G. Lindblom, Sweden..

48ft.5 1-8in 1936 United States.. 39.8s 1920 V. Tuulos, Finland

471t. 7in 1924 A. W. Winter, Australia. 50ft. 11 1-4in 1,600 Meters Relay 1928 Mikio Oda, Japan.

491t. 11in 1908 United States.. 3m. 27 1-55 1932 Chuhel Nambu, Japan.

511t. 7in 1912 United States.. 3m. 16.6s 1936 Naoto Tajima, Japan...

52ft. 5 7-8in 1920 Great Britain.

3m. 22 1-55 1924 United States

3m. 165

16-Lb. Shot Put 1928 United States 3m. 14 1-55 1896 R. S. Garrett, United States.

361t. 2in 1932 United States.

3m. 8.2s 1900 R. Sheldon, United States. 46ft. 3 1-Sin 1936 Great Britain.

3m. 9s 1904 Ralph Rose, United States ... 48ft. 7in

1906 M. J. Sheridan, United States. 401t. 4 4-5in Pole Vault

1908 Ralph Rose, United States 46ft. 7 1-2in 1896 W. W. Hoyt, United States. 101t. 9 3-4in 1912 P. J. McDonald, United States 50ft. 4in 1900 I. K. Baxter, United States 10ft. 9 9-10in Right and left hand-Ralph Rose, 1904 C. E. Dvorak, United States.

11ft. 6in
United States

90ft. 5 1-2in 1906 Gouder, France 11ft. 6in 1920 V. Porhola, Finland

48ft. 71-8in A. C. Gilbert, United States

12 ft. 2in

1924 Clarence Houser, United States 49ft. 2 3-8in 1908 | E. T. Cook Jr., United States

1928 John Kuck, United States.

52ft, 3-4in 1912 H. J. Babcock, United States.. 121t. 11 1-2in

1932 Leo Sexton, United States. 521t. 6 3-16in 1920 F. K. Foss, United States

131t. 5in

1936 Hans Woelke, Germany..... 531t. 1 13-16in L. S. Barnes, United States 1924

12ft. 11 1-2in

Discus Throw-Greek Style 1906 W. Jaervinen, Finland

.115ft. 4in 1928 Sabin W. Carr, U. S.

13ft. 9 1-2in 1908 M. J. Sheridan, United States. 124ft. 8in 1932 William Miller, United States 14ft. 1 7-8in 1936 Earl Meadows, United States 14ft. 3 1-4 in

Javelin Throw 1906 E. Lemming, Sweden.

175ft. 6in 16-Lb. Hammer Throw

1908 E. Lemming, Sweden.

178ft. 7 1-2in 1900 J. J. Flannagan, United States . 167ft. 4in

Held in middle-E. Lemming, 1904 J. J. Flannagan, United States 168ft. lin

Sweden

179ft. 10 1-2in 1908 J. J. Flannagan, United States 1701t. 4 1-4in 1912 E. Lemming. Sweden

198ft. 11 1-4in 1912 M. J. McGrath, United States 1791t. 7 1-8in

Right and left hand-J. J. Saaristo, 1920 P. J. Ryan, United States 173it. 5 5-8in

Finland

358ft. 11 7-8in 1924 F. D. Tootell, United States 174ft. 10 1-8in 1928 Jonni Myyra, Finland

215ft. 9 3-4in 1928 Dr. P. O'Callaghan, Ireland 168ft. 7 3-8in 1924 Jonni Myyra, Finland

206ft. 6 3-4in 1932 Dr. P. O'Callaghan, Ireland 1761t. 11 1-8in 1928 E. H. Lundquist, Sweden, 218ft. 61-8in 1936 Karl Hein, Germany.. 185ft. 4 3-16in 1932 Matti Jarvinen, Finland

238ft. 7in 1936 Gerhard Stoeck, Germany. 56-Lb. Weight

235ft. 8 5-16in 1904 E. Desmarteau, Canada

341t. 4in

Pentathlon 1920 P. J. McDonald, United States 36ft. 11 1-2in 1906 H. Mellander, Sweden

1912 F. R. Bie, Norway
Discus Throw
1920 E. R. Lehtonen, Finland

.14 pts 1896 R. S. Garrett, United States 95ft. 7 1-2in

1924 E. R. Lehtonen, Finland. 1900 Bauer, Hungary

118ft. 2 9-10in 1904. M. I. 'sheridan,'United States 128ft. 10 1-2in

Decathlon 1906 M. J. Sheridan, United States.. 136ft. 1-3in 1912 H. Wieslander, Sweden 7,724.495 pts 1908 M. J. Sheridan, United States. 134ft. 2in 1920 H. Lovland, Norway

6,804.35 pts 1912 A. R. Taipale, Finland

1481t. 4in 1924, H. M. Osborn, United States. 7.710.775 pts Right and left hand-A. R. Taipale,

1928 Paavo Yrjola, Finland

8,056.20 pts Finland

271ft. 10 1-4in 1932 James Bausch, United States. 846.235 pts 1920 E. Niklander, Finland

146ft. 71-4in 1936 Glenn Morris, United States. 7,900 pts

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24 pts 16 pts

16 pts

Kilos
Lift

92.5 107.5 112.5 107.5 113.5

World Records in Weight Lifting
(As officially accepted by International Weight Lifting Federation)
RIGHT HAND SNATCH

RIGHT HAND CLEAN AND JERK
Body

Kilos Body Weight

Lift Weight 132 lbs.--Baril (France)..

76 132 lbs.--Rosinek (Austria) 148 lbs.--Haas (Austria)

85 148 lbs. --Haas (Austria) 165 lbs.-Lachmann (Austria).

92.5 165 lbs.-Haas (Austria) 181 lbs.-Haller (Austria)

95 181 lbs.-Hunenberger (Switzerland) Heavyweight-Rigoulot (France)

101 Heavyweight-Hunenberger (Switzerland) LEFT HAND SNATCH

LEFT HAND CLEAN AND JERK 132 lbs.--Schweiger (Germany)

75 132 lbs.-Rosinek (Austria) 148 lbs.--Schweiger (Germany)

82.5 148 lbs. --- Jaquenoud (Switzerland) 165 lbs.--Huttner (Germany)

87 165 lbs. --Buhrer (Germany) 181 lbs. -Gietl (Germany)

90 181 lbs.- Bierwirth (Germany) Heavyweight-Riess (Germany)

95 Heavyweight-Jaegle (Germany) TWO HANDS SNATCH

TWO HANDS CLEAN AND JERK 132 lbs.-Terry (United States).

97.5 132 lbs.-Richter (Germany). 148 lbs.-Shams (Egypt)

114 148 lbs. --Shams (Egypt) 165 lbs.-Touny (Egypt)

122 165 lbs.--Touny (Exypt). 181 lbs.--Haller (Germany)

123.5 181 lbs.-Wassif (Egypt) Heavyweight-Walker (Great Britain)

135 Heavyweight-Luhaar (Estonia)

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84 92.5 100 100 107

126 151 152.5 160 167.5

TWO HANDS MILITARY PRESS 132 lbs.--Juitsu Nan (Japan)

97.5 181 lbs.--El Zeini (Egypt) 148 lbs.-Fein (Germany).

108.5 Heavyweight--Manger (Germany) 165 lbs.-Touny (Egypt)

117.5 Kilos multiplied by 2.2046 gives the approximate in pounds.

114 143.5

7th Annual Heptagonal Track and Field Championships

Palmer Stadium, Princeton, N. J., May 16-17, 1941

Distance

Time

Winner

Second

Third

100 yds.
0:10*
Jackson, Princeton Kroupa, Penn

Owen, Yale
80 yds.
1:54.3.
Belyea, Penn
Smith, Cornell

Ord. Yale
440 yd. relay 0:42.2..
Pennsylvania, Weyler, Princeton

Harvard
Gifford, Bradley.

Kroupa
1 mlle.
4:27.8.
Drebinger, Penn Main, Yale

Haughton, Harvard
I mile relay 3:20.5.
Cornell, Walker, Princeton

Yale
Tiegler, Smith, Ran-

dall
2 miles..
9:41.1..
Ayer, Cornell

Bull, Dartmouth White, Cornell 120 yd. high hurdles. 0:15.

Donahue, Harvard Mackinnon, Harvard Adams, Penn 220 yd. low hurdles. 0:24.6.

Donahue, Harvard Douglas, Princeton McCaffery, Columbia High jump.

6 ft. 319 in. Blount, Dartmouth Andrews, Dartmouth Moore, Penn Broad jump. 24 ft. 6 in. Blount, Dartmouth Corbett, Penn

Hunter, Dartmouth

Robertson, Penn, tied Discus throw. 153 ft. 4% in.. Beetem, Penn

Parshall, Yale

Allen, Penn
Pole vault. 13 ft. 6 in. Broemel, Cornell Corbett. Princeton;

Macomber, Yale:
Ford, Harvard;

Welsh, Penn, tled
Hammer throw.. 166 ft. 3% in... Carpenter. Yale Davis, Princeton White, Harvard
Shot put
49 ft. 101 in.. Beetet, Penn

West. Cornell

Pfister, Harvard Javelin throw.. 189 ft. 64 in... Allen, Penn

Boehman, Cornell Longstreth, Princeton *Meet record 009.7 set by Jackson in winning heat.

POINT SCORE Pennsylvania 58 Harvard 39 Cornell .29 Columbia

13 Princeton 4212 | Yale 33 Dartmouth

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41st Annual Western Conference Track & Field Championships

Memorial Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn., May 16-17, 1941
Time
Winner

Second

Distance

Third

100 yds
0:09.8..

Piker, Northwestern Hammond, Ohio State Thomas, Michigan 220 yds, 0:22.

Piker, Northwestern Hammond, Ohio State Piel, Michigan 440 yds. 0:48.6..

Cochran, Indiana Jenkins, Indiana Porter, Ohio State 880 yds. 1:51.3 Kane, Indiana

Breidenbach, Mich. Kautz, Michigan
I mile..
4:15.2..
Kane, Indiana

Kendall, Indiana Elsenhart, Ohio State 1 mile relay 3:17.8.. Michigan, Thomas, Ohio State

Minnesota
Barnard, Ufer,

Leutritz
2 miles..
9:15.
Tolliver, Indiana Wilt, Indiana

Schoenike, Wisconsin 120 yd, high hurdles. 0:14.3.

Wright, Ohio State Horvath, N'western Finch, Northwestern 220 yd. low hurdles. 0:23.9.

Wright, Ohio State Cochran, Indiana Horvath, N'western Broad jump.. 24 ft. 1% in.. Stout, Illinois

Lewis, Illinois

Wassom, nilinois
High jump.. 6 ft. 47% in.. Timmerman, Wisc.

Smith, Northwestern;
Canham, Mich.; Ray,

Chicago, tied
Pole vault ...... 13 ft. 4 in....... Defield, Minnesota Wedenoja, Michigan Thistlewaite, North

western Shot put. 50 feet Harris, Indiana

Paskvan, Wisconsin Moldea, Ohio State Javelin throw 187 ft. 7% in.. Hadley, Wisconsin Kienlen, minols Kimerer, Michigan Discus throw 174 ft.**

Harris, Indiana

Fitch, Minnesota Johnston, Ohio State *Conference record. **American and meet record.

POINT SCORE Indiana 48 Northwestern 27 Illinois 21 Pardue

5 Michigan 44.5 Wisconsin .22 Minnesota 16 Chicago

4.5 Ohio State

37

15th Central Intercollegiate Track Championships (Indoors)

Notre Dame, Ind., March 8, 1941
Distance
Time
Winner
Second

Third
60 yds
0-06.3.

Carter, Pittsburgh Millen, Marquette Alsbury, Butler 60 yds. high hurdles. 0:07.6.

Hlad, Mich. Normal Newman, Pittsburgh Darden, Kan. State 65 yd low hurdles. 0:07.2.

Stickel, Pttsburgh Alsbury, Butler Prokop, Notre Dame 440 yds 0:50.6.

Roy, Notre Dame Vosberg. Marquette Tregoning, Pittsburgh 880 yds 1:58.4.

Anderson, Pittsburgh Riordan, Notre Dame Barsalow, Drake One inile. 4:16.5

Quinn, Mich. Normal Hunter, Notre Dame Conforti, Notre Deone Two miles 9:35

Hunter, Notre Dame Francis, Marquette Maloney. Notre Dardt One inile relay 3:23.2.. Notre Dame. Fehlig, Pittsburgh

Drake Tupta, Schiewe, Roy Shot put.. 49 ft. 6% in.... Delaney, Notre Dame Benghauser, Pitts-Rosenwelg. Michigan

burgh

Normal Pole vault 13 ft. 4 in....... Rhodes, Pittsburgh;

} Tled for first

Stein, Mich. Norma! Jessup, Pittsburgh, High jump. 16 ft. 3/4 in. lo'Rourke, Notre Dame Chandler, Toledo Wyman, Drake *New meet record.

POINT SCORE Notre Dame 49 Marquette 1912 Butler

Kansas State Pittsburgh 43 Drake 11 Toledo

Michigan State. Michigan Normal 22

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