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Fifteenth Annual lnterscliolastic Track and Field Games
Held on Stagg Field, June 10, 1916 -
100 YARD DASH-VVon by S. Landers COregonD: E. Pearson KN. Cen., Spokane, Wash.j, second:
F. Loomis COregonJ, third: F. Patton CEnglewoodJ, fourth: J. Rohrer CGoshen, Ind.D, Fifth.
220 YARD DASH-VVon by S. Landers fOregonD: E. Pearson CN. Cen., Spokane, Washj, second: G.
Rausche OV. High, Waterloo, Ia.b, third: F. Patton CEnglewoodJ, fourth: G. Sweet CEvanston
Townshiph, hfth. Time 222.
YARD RUN-First Race: Won by XV. Euard CKewaneej: L. Butler CShortridge, Indianapolis, Ind.J,
second: M. Byers KE. High, Des Moines, Ia.D, third: C. Carter CSt. Albans, VVashington, D. CJ,
fourth: D. Browne CChampaignJ, fifth. Time :53-M.
440 YARD RUN--Second Race: Won by M. Parker tCo1fax, XfVash.J: F. Molthen CButte, Mont.j,
second: H. Caldwell lRockfordD, third: B. Szold tGary, Ind.J, fourth: F. Hamm CEvanstonJ,
fifth. Time :53.
440 YARD RUN-Third Race: VVon by K. Cram CAlgoma, Iowaj: E. Hodel CFreeport, Ind.D, second:
E. Pearson LN. Cen. High, Spokane, Wash.D, third: XV. Jacobs Cjolietj, fourth: C. Sutphen
tOak Parkj, fifth. Time :54.
SSO YARD RUN-First Race: XVon hy C. Carter fSt. Albans, NVashington, D. C.: M. Parker CColfax,
Wash.D, second: M. Nott tLagrangeJ, third: V. Pettigrew fOklahoma City, Oklab, fourth: F.
Paynter CCent. High, Omaha, Neb.J, fifth. Time 2:03-M.
S80 YARD RUN-Second Race: VVon by Ryan tFreeportD: R. Rees CEast'High, Auroraj, second: C.
Hampton COttumwa, Ia.J, thii'd: D. Brown CChampaign3, fourth: E. Paulet tCent. High, St.
Paul, Minn.D, fifth. Time 2:02M.
ONE MILE RUN-First Race: VVon by F. Dice CKewaneeD: C. Morrissey CEast High, Auroraj, second:
L. Larson CSioux City, Ia.b, third: E. Kraft tOal: Parkj, fourth: H. Elliott CGreen Lake, XVis.D,
fifth. Time 4:39M.
ONE MILE RUN-Second Race: VVon by I. Porter fVVebster City, Ia.j: G. McGinnis CVV. High,
Anroral, second: V. Pettigrew COklahoma City, Ol:la.j, third: R. Fuller tlilmwoodj, fourth:
H. Stapton IVV. High, Des Moines, Ia.J, Fifth. Time 4:-LZK.
120 YARD HURDLES-XVon by E. Gillillan Uolietb: S. Landers COregonj, second: F. Loomis tOregonD,
third: E. Martineau CVV. High, Minneapolis, Minn.J, fourth: VV. Fey tLagrangeJ, fifth.
220 YARD HURDLES-Won by F. Loomis COregonJ: S. Landers Cilregonj, second: E. Gilfillan Uolieti,
third: E. Martinean CW. High, Minneapolis, Minn.j, fourth: A. Rogers CFL Dodge, Ia.D, fifth.
PUTTING THE 12 POUND SHOT-VVon by D. Allman CUrbanaJ: H. Marshall tManual Training High,
Kansas City, Mo.J, second: J. Baker tMorgan Park Acad,J, third: R. VVallace CSt. Albans,
VVashington, D. CJ, fourth: O. Colee fCent. High, St. Paul, Minnj, fifth. Distance 49 ft. S in.
THROVVING THE 12 POUND HAMMER-VVon by D. Allman Qllrbanaj: M. Kremers CWashington
High, Milwaukee, Wis.7, second: R. Owsley tLake Forest Academyl, third: VV. Kuehn CNew
Riverside High, Milwaukee, Wis.D, fourth: G. Piper CByronD, lifth. Distance 150 ft. S54 in.
JAVELIN THROW-Won by M. Angier tlleardstownbz C. Jackson CEvanston Academyb, second: G.
Piper Cliyronj, third: K. Wiley CLagrangeJ, fourth: M. Hartman tValley Junction, 1a.J, Fifth.
Distance 159 ft. 9 in.
HIGH JUMP-VV. Addems CMantenoj and J. Pratt tLane Technicali, tied for lirst: H. Armstrong
flfvanston Academyl, and A. Spearow tLincoln High, Portland, Ore.j, tied for third: G.
Krogness tChicago Latin Schooll, E. Ruhsam tNeiv London, VVis.l and D. VVeaver tLaPorte,
Ind.J, tied for lifth. Height U ft. fl, in. A
BROAD IUMP-VVon by A. Dowding tliowen Highb: NV. Addems CMantenol, seconcl:- S. Landers
tOregonJ, third: H. Reynolds fhiacksonvillel, fourth: K. Crane CAlgona, Taj, hlth. Distance
22 ft. SM3 in.
DISCUS-Won by D, Allman tUrbanaJ: L. Pratt Clfaton, Colo.J. second:
Ia.D, third: A. Cole CCenLral High, St. Paul, Minn.J, fourth: E.
versity Academyj, Iifth. Distance l35 ft. 9 in.
G. Greenwood CWebster City,
Meyer Uarnes Milliltin Uni-
Portland, Ore.7, second: XV.
POLE VAULT-NVon by S. Landers tllregonl: A. Spearow CLincoln High, .
Kuelm fNew Riverside High, Milwaukee, Wis.D and T. Browne tTemple, Texj, tied for third:
E. Meyers fLake Forest Academyl, W. Nothdurft Cllarvard Schooll,
Omaha, NCb.J and Cl. Piper tOregonJ. tied for fifth. Height 112 ft.
W. Fnllaway tCent. High,
SCORE OF POINTS
Oregon High School ........... .............. 3 i
Urbana .High School ......................... 15
North Central High School, Spokane, XVash .... 11
Joliet High School ........................... lil
Kcwance High School ........................ lt!
Fifty schools divided the remaining points.
I The individual prize to the winner of the greatest number of points was won by S. l'.zinders of Oregon
High School, with El total of 20 points.
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University of Illinois First Annual Indoor Relay Carnival
Champaign, March 3, 1917
Chicago scored the most points in the meet. Captain Fisher also won the all-around championship.
Chicago won points in three of the seven special events. The results of these three events follow:
SHOT PUT--WVon by Cross CMich.D: Higgins CCD, second: Smith CMich.D, third. Distance 44 ft. M in.
HIGH JUMP-Fisher CCD, Trevveeke CKan.D, Simmons CMich.D and NVebster CIll.D, tied for First.
Height 5 ft. IIM in.
POLE VAULT-Fisher CCD and Graham CCD tied for First: Pattison CKan.D and Wilkins CIowa StateD
tied for third. Height 12 ft.
ONE MILE RELAY-Vlfon by Chicago CC1ark, Feuerstein, Hinkamp, DismondD: Michigan, second:
Kansas. third. Time SHZQM.
TWO MILE RELAY-VVon by Notre Dame: Chicago Clones, Greene, Tenney, C1arkD, second: Kansas
third. Time 8:O9M.
FOUR MILE RELAY-Won by Chicago CSwett, Otis, Powers, Tenn6yD9 Illinois, second: Iowa State,
r The allfaround championship was won by Captain D. I. Fisher of Chicago for making the best showing
in the following seven events: 75 yard dash, shot put, high jump, high hurdles, pole vault, broad jump,
and 880 yard run. The score of points of the three highest winners was as follows:
third. Time 1S:43k.
Fisher CChicagoD . . . ...... .4968 Burke CVVisconsinD .... .... 4 862 Lang CIllinoisD ........... 4678
SCORE OF POINTS
Chicago . . . ............... ...... 2 CSM, VVisconsin .............. .. 12
Illinois . . . ........................ 16M Michigan ................. . . , IIM,
Eight colleges and universities divided the remaining points.
CHICAGO VS. NORTHWESTERN
At Evanston, March 16, 1917 ,
50 YARD DASH-First Heat-VV'on by VVil1iams CND: Barker CND, second. Time :0554
Second Heat-Won by Smart CND: Brightmire CND, second. Time :05M.
440 YARD RUN vifo Etimlliieati d CCD W'11' flxj d F QC
v - on y ismon : i iams I , secon : euerstein D, third. Time :53.
880 YARD RUN-Won by Clark CCD: Ferries CND, second: Bell CND, third. Time 2:03M.
ONE MILE RUN-Won by Tenney CCD: jones CCD, second: Swett CCD, third. Time 4:35.
TWO MILE RUN-VVon by Powers CCD: Deswarte CND, second: Angier CCD, third. Time lolofzyg.
50 YARD HURDI-'ES-VV011 by Smaft CND: Hamilton-CND, second: Van Kirk CCD, third. Time :O63A.
RELAY RACE-VVon by Northwestern CWilliams, Brightmire, Barker, SmartD. Time 2:-122.
SHOT PUT-Won by Higgins CCD: Gorgas CCD, second: Fisher CCD, tl'rl. D't e 41 ft. 10M ' .
POLE VAULT-Fisher CCD. James CND and smart CND, tied for first: listiise Cffuiiiifd. Height ii ft.
SCORE OF POINTS
Chicago, 49: Northwestern, 37.
SEVENTH ANNUAL INTERCOLLEGIATE
CONFERENCE INDOOR MEET
Evanston, March 23-24, 1917
YARD DASH-Smith CDVD, lst: Barker CND, Znd: I-Ieuring CInd.D, 3rd: Casey CIND, 4th. Time :05DS.
YARTD I-IUIg?QLES-Ames CID, lst: Burke CWD, 2nd: Shienberg CPD, 3rd: Andrews CXVD, 4th.
imc: 0 .
YARD RUN-Dismond CCD, lst: Smart CND, Elnd: Williams CND, 3rd: Feuerstein CCD. 4th. Time :50M.
YARD RUN--Clark CCD, lst: Spink CID, Qnd: Somers CID, 3rd: Green CCD, 4th. Time 2:0OM5.
ONE MILE RUN-Schardt CWD, lst: Gantz CID, 2nd: Iones CCD, third: Swett CCD, 4th. Time 4:3135
TWO MILE RUN-Campbell CPD, Ist: Wallace CMD, Qnd: Stead CID. 3rd: Burr CWD, 4th. Time 9:50.
ONE MILE RELAY RACE--VVon by Chicago CFeuerstein, Curtis, Clark, DismondD: Northwestern, second:
Wisconsin, third: Illinois, fourth. Time 3:32M.
SHOT PUT-Higgins CCD, lst: Hauser CMD, Znd: Crowe CPD, Srd: Gorgas CCD, 4th. Dis. 43 ft. 55 in.
HIGH JUMP-Fisher CCD, lst: VVebster CID, Znd: Caldwell CID, 3rd: james CND and Schumacker CPD,
tied for fourth. Height 5 ft. 11M in.
POLE VAULT-Fisher CCD, 1st: Lang CID, 2nd: Graham CCD and Endres CVVD, tied for second.
Height 12 ft. 3 in.
SCORE OF POINTS
Chicago .. . ............... 38 Northwestern ...... ..... . UM Minnesota .. . . . 6
Illinois . . . . .. 23 Purdue . ............,.... SDM Indiana .... . 2
Wisconsin . .. . . 20
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