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style)-130 ft. 3 in.: F. Finegan, Manual Training ping H. S., May 25, 1912. 440-yard run--568.; H. S., May 28, 1910.

H. O'Brien, Long Island Evening H. S., May 29, ROWING-One mile (s-oared)-5m. 358.; High 1909. 1-mile run-4m. 48 1-58.; M. Taub, HarSchool of Commerce, May 30, 1907.

lem Evening H. S., May 17, 1913. 1-mile relay EVENING HIGH SCHOOLS OUTDOOR RECORDS- 3m, 42 4-58.; Harlem Evening H. S. (V. Block, 100-yard dash-10 3-58.; J. Behnken, New York F. Plank, W. Garrettson, C. Grandgerård). May Evening H.S., May 17, 1913; P. K. Walters, New 28, 1910. Putting 12-pound shot-45 ft. 1-8 in.; York Evening H. S., May 16, 1914. 220-yard T. Cooke, Jr., New York Evening H. S., May 17, dash-25 3-58.; I. Sommergrade, Brooklyn Eve- | 1913.

CHAMPIONSHIP MEETS. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS INDOOR CHAMPION ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OUTDOOR TRACK AND SHIPS~Held at Madison Square Garden, Satur. FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPs---Held at Brooklyn Athday afternoon, December 20, 1913. Winners: letic Field, Saturday afternoon, June 13, 1914. 50-yard dash (85-pound class) --6 3-58.; P. Korn Winners: 50-yard dash (85-pound class) -6 4-5s.; weiss, P. S. No. 62, Manhattan. 60-yard dash Meyer, P. S. No. 10, Manhattan. 60-yard dash (100-pound class) -7 3-58.; I. Delevante, P. S. (100-pound class) -8 1-58.; J. Balrishkin, P. S. No. 89, Brooklyn. 70-yard dash (115-pound No. 184, Manhattan. 70-yard dash (116-pound class) -8 2-58.; J. Bachrach, P. S. No. 10, Man class) --8 3-58.; G. Lawler, P. S. No. 16, Manhattan. 100-yard dash (unlimited weight class) hattan. 100-yard dash (unlimited weight class) -11 7-58.; R. Brown, P. S. No. 5, Manhattan. -12 1-58.; R. Murray, P. S. No. 26, Bronx. 360360-yard relay (85-pound class) -47 1-58.: P. S. yard relay-448.; P. S. No. 27, Manhattan (J. No. 62, Manhattan (Kimmel, Korn, Selesnik, Fitzpatrick, J. Swenstrop. A. Reeder, K. SchroeB. Korn weiss). 440-yard relay (100-pound der). 440-yard relay (100-pound class) -54 4-58.; class) --54 4-58.; P. S. No. 40, Manhattan (Ken- P. S. No. 167, Brooklyn (Williams, Thompson ney, Siviero, Buscelli, Schwartz). 440-yard re A. Cohen, Kassel). 440-yard relay (115-pound lay (115-pound class) --54s.; P. S. No. 62, Man class) -528.; P. S. No. 10, Manhattan (Peters, hattan (Deba, Juris, Alsofrom, Wexler). 880 Frank, La Forrest, Caldwell). 880-yard relay yard relay (unlimited welght class) -im. 48 2-58.; (unlimited weight class)—1m. 44 2-58.; P.S. NO. P.S. No. 43, Manhattan (A. De Witt, J. Riordan, 10, Manhattan (M. Cohen, Lee, Rukoft, WolfT. Toodles, H. Reilly). Standing broad jump helmer). Running high jump (85-pound class)-(85-pound class) --D. Brody, P. S. No. 10, Man A. Cellar, P. S. No. 20. Manhattan, 4 ft. Runhattan, 8 ft. Running high jump (85-pound ning broad jump (85-pound class) —P. Courtois, class) --Birdle, P. S. No. 62, Manhattan, 4 it. P. S. No. 3, Bronx, 14 ft. 9 in. Running high 8 in. Standing broad jump (100-pound class) — jump (100-pound class) ---J. Hart, P. S. No. 4, C. Mochs, P.S. No. 3, Bronx, 8 ft. 4 1-2 in. Run Queens, 4 ft. 8 in. Running broad jump (110ning high jump (100-pound class) —W. Reis, pound class) — Romer, P. S. No. 10, Manhattan, P.S. No. 27, Manhattan, 4 ft. 11 3-4 in. Putting 15 ft. 11 in. Putting 8-pound shot (115-pound 8-pound shot (115-pound class) —S. Schwartz. class) - P. Bushel, P. S. No. 171, Manhattan, P. S. No. 171, Manhattan, 39 lt. 11 in. Standing 36 ft. 1 1-2 in. Running broad jump (115-pound broad jump (115-pound class)-Frank Sutliti, class) J. Michaels, P.S. No. 9, Brooklyn, 17 ft. P. S. No. 3, Bronx, 9 lt. 1 in. Running high 9 3-4 in. Putting 12-pound' shot (unlimited jumo (unlimited weight class) --Harry Wilson, weight class)-L. J. Callahan, P. S. No. 139, P. S. No. 40, Bronx, 5 lt. 1 in. Putting 12 Brooklyn, 33 It. 9 in. Running high jump (unpound shot (unlimited weight class) --J. Galll- limited weight class)-A. A bromel, P. S. No. 45. gan, P. S. No. 171. Manhattan, 37 It. 3 1-2 in. Brooklyn, 5 lt. 1 in. The schools scored in the Points were scored on a basis of 5 for firsts, 3 for following order: P. S. No. 10, Manhattan, 35 seconds, 2 for thirds, 1 for fourths. The schools points; P. S. No. 62, Manhattan, 13; P. S. No. 9, scored in the following order: P. S. No. 62, Man Brooklyn, 10; P. S. No. 20, Manhattan, 8; P. S. hattan, 34; P. S. No. 10, Manhattan, 25; P. S. No. 171, Manhattan, 8; P. S. No. 144, Brooklyn, No. 171, Manhattan, 16; P. S. No. 40, Manhat- | 7; P. S. No. 16, Manhattan, 7; P. S. No. 26, tan, 11 1-2; P. S. No. 3, Bronx, 10; P. S. No. 9, Bronx, 7; P. S. No. 164, Brooklyn, 7; P. 8. No. Brooklyn, 91-2; P. S. No. 43, Manhattan. 184, Manhattan, 5; P. S. No. 139, Brooklyn, 5; P. S. No. 5, Manhattan, 8; P. S. No. 42. Bronx, P. S. No. 3, Bronx, 5; P. S. No. 45, Brooklyn, 5; 8; P.S. No. 27. Manhattan, 7: P.S. No. 19, Man P. S. No. 4, Queens, 5; P. S. No. 27, Manhattan, hattan, 6; P. S. No. 69, Manhattan, 6; P. S. No. 5: P.S. No. 167, Brooklyn, 5; P. S. No. 93, Brook89, Brooklyn, 5; P.S. No. 40, Bronx, 5; P.S. No. lyn, 4; P. S. No. 9, Bronx, 4; P.S. No. 90, Queens, 164, Brooklyn, 3; P. S. No. 11, Queens, 2; P. S. 3; P.S. No. 51, Manhattan, 3; P. S. No. 69, ManNo. 157, Brooklyn, 2: P. S. No. 44, Bronx, 2; hattan, 3; P. S. No. 152, Brooklyn, 3; P. S. No. P. S. No. 18, Manhattan, 2; P. S. No. 147, Man 18, Manhattan, 3; P. S. No. 3, Brooklyn, 3; P. S. hattan, 1; P. S. No. 144, Brooklyn, 1; P. S. No. No. 23, Manhattan, 2; P. S. No. 14, Queens, 2; 163, Brooklyn, 1: P. S. No. 46, Manhattan, 1; P. S. No. 34, Manhattan, 2; P. S. No. 43, Bronx, P. S. No. 23, Queens, 1; P. S. No. 64, Manhat-2; P. 8. No. 64, Manhattan, 2; P. S. No. 89, tan, 1-2; P. S. No. 9, Bronx, 1-2.

Brooklyn, 1: P.S. No. 43, Manhattan, 1; P. S. EVENING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS CHAMPION No. 95. Manhattan, 1. SHIPS-Held at Sixty-ninth Regiment Armory, HIGH SCHOOLS INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD Saturday evening, March 21, 1914. Winners: CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES-Held at the Forty60-yard dash (105-pound class) -7 4-59.; H. seventh Regiment Armory, Brooklyn, N. Y., Schline, P. S. No. 156, Brooklyn. 70-yard dash Saturday afternonm January 31, 1914.

Win. (120)-pound class) -8 4-59.; A. Fiegelson, P. S. ners: 100-yar dash, junior-11s.; Ginsberg, No. 156, Brooklyn. 880-yard relay (135-pound De Witt Clinton H. S. 100-yard dash, senior class) -Im. 49 2-59.; P. S. No. 126, Brooklyn (J. 118.: M. White, Stuyvesant H. S. 220-yard run, Buller, E. Grabow, J. Hayes, G. Alexson). 220 junior--26 1-58.; Spiro, De Witt Clinton H. S. yard run (unlimited weight class)-26 4-58.; 220-yard run, senior--24 2-58.; T. Lennon, CurO'Neill. P. S. No. 70, Manhattan. 880-yard re tig H. S. 440-yard run--55 2-5s.; H. Finley, lay (unlimited welght class) --Im. 543.; P. S. No. Morris H. S. 880-yard run--2m. 9 2-5s.: A. 43, Manhattan (J. Bauer. D. Keeley, Casgroal, Huelsenbeck, Manual Training H. S. 1-mile J. Hlxgins). 440-yard relay (105-pound class) - run-4m. 47 4-58.; F. Jenkins, Far Rockaway 1 m. 2s.: P. S. No. 49, Manhattan (H. Clark, K. H. S. 100-yard high hurdles-14 4-58.; W. Granville, M. Phelan, W. Pellacani). Standing Walsh, Commercial H. S. 410-yard relay (100broad jump (115-pound class) --L. Shill. P. S. pound class) ---53 1-5s.; De Witt Clinton H. S. No. 156, Brooklyn, 9 ft. 8 1-8 in. Putting 12 (A. Feinberg. Wacht, Harris, Suelkin). 880pound shot (135-pound class) --J. O'Neill, P. S. yard freshman relay-im. 44 3-58.; Stuyvesant No. 70, Manhattan, 34 ft. Putting 8-pound H. S. (Seery, P. White, J. Matthies, G. Welss), shot (135-pound class) --P. Lipstein, P. S. No. Putting 12-pound shot -H. Cann, High School 156, Brooklyn, 37 (t. 11 1-2 in. The schools of Commerce, 43 it. 5 1-2 in. Running high scored in the following order: P. S. No. 156, jump-F. Eagan, Manual Training H. S., 5 it. Brooklyn, 23 points: P. S. No. 43, Brooklyn 8 in. The points were scored on a basis of 5 for 16: P.S. No. 70. Manhattan. 15; P.S. No. 126, firsts, 3 for seconds, 2 for thirds, 1 for fourths, Brooklyn, 11; P. S. No. 43, Manhattan, 10; P. S. relay events not to count. The schools scored No. 45, Bronx, 9: P. S. No. 49, Manhattan, 9; in the following order: Stuyvesant H. S., 24 P.S. No. 83, Manhattan, 2: P. S. No. 8, Man- points: De Witt Clinton H. S. 22; Manual Trainhattan, 2; P. S. No. 42, Bronx, 1.

ing H. S., 19; High School of Commerce, 8; Mor

ris H. S., 8; Commercial H. S., 7; Erasmus Hall class)-3m. 38 3-58.; Morris H. S. (IV. Erwis. H. S., 5: Curtis H. S., 5; Far Rockaway High J. Bonaparte, H. Fairly, H. Shulman). RunSchool, 5; Jamaica H. $., 2; Boys' H. s., 1. ning broad jump-W. Erwig, Morris H. S., 19 ft.

HIGH SCHOOLS INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP RE 8 in. Pole vault-J. Moriarty, Richmond Hill LAYS, ADDED--At the Boys' High School indoor H. S., 8 ft. 6 in. Running high jump-W. Cotgames, held at the Thirteenth Regiment Armory, terell, Erasmus Hall H. S., 5 lt. 3 in. Putting on Saturday evening, March 14, 1914. Win- | 12-pound sbot-V. Paltsits, Morris H. S., 39 ft. ners: 880-yard relay (120-pound class)-1m. Throwing the discus (Greek style) J. Moriarty 459.; Stuyvesant H. $. 1-mile relay (unlimited Richmond Hill H. s., 110 ft. 4 in. 100-yard weight class) —3m. 41 1-58.; Morris H. S.

dash-10 3-58.; P. K. Walters, New York EveEVENING HIGH SCHOOLS INDOOR TRACK ning H. S. 440-yard run-57 4-58.; J. Foley. AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS--Held at Sixty New York Evening H.S. 1-mile run-4m. ninth Regiment Armory Saturday, March 50 4-58.; J. O'Neill, Brooklyn Evening H. S. 21, 1914. Winners : 50-yard dash (120 1-mile relay--3m. 44 4-58.; New York Evening pound class)-8 1-58., H. Richardson, Har H. S. (H. Hertzel, G. Ralston, C. Dunbar, J. lem Evening H. S. 70-yard dash (unlimited Foley). The points were scored on a basis of 5 weight class) -8s.; P. K. Walter, New York Eve for årsts, 3 for seconds, 2 for thirds and I for ning H. S. 220-yard run-25 3-59.; W. Eliott, fourths, relay events not to count. The schools Brooklyn Evening H. S. 440-yard run-54s. scored in the following order: Morris H. S., 30 A. Schnaars, Brooklyn Evening H. S. 880-yard points; Richmond HII H. S., 18; Erasmus Hall run-2m. 51-58.; C. Piebes, Brooklyn Evening H. s., 17; Stuyvesant H. S., 15: Evander Childs H. S. 880-yard relay (120-pound class) --1m. H. S., 12; High School of Commerce, 12; Curtis 44 2-5s.; Harlem Evening H. S. 1-mile relay H. S., 10Bryant H. 8., 9; Commercial H. S., 8: (unlimited weight class)-3m. 47 3-58.; New York De Witt Clinton H. S., 8; Bushwick H, S., 6: Evening H. S. (H. Weinberg, R. Ralston, J. Jamaica H. S., 3; Newtown H. S., 2; Eastern Foley, F. Safarowic). 1-mile run-4m. 52 3-58.; District H. S., 2: Flushing H. 8., 1: Far RockJ. ONeill, Brooklyn Evening H. S. Running away H. B., 1; Bay Ridge H. s., 1. Evening high jump-Henrichsen, Morris Evening H. S., High Schools Championships. The points were 5 It. 4 in. Putting 12-pound shot-P. Pieken, scored on a basis of 5 for firsts, 3 for seconds, 2 Morris Evening H. s., 38 ft. 7 in. The schools for thirds, 1 for fourths. The schools scored in scored in the following order: Brooklyn Evening the following order, relays to score: New York H. S., 40 1-2 points; Morris Evening H. S., 24 1-2; Evening H. S., 22 points, Brooklyn Evening Harlem Evening H. S., 20; New York Evening H. 8., 11; Harlem Evening H. S., 5; Morris EveH. S., 18: Washington Heights Evening H. 8., 3; ning H. S., 3. South Brooklyn Evening H. S., 2.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS INDOOR SWIMMING HIGH SCHOOLS OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS--Held at the Interior Baths, CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES-Held at the Brooklyn No. 232 West Sixtieth Street, New York, on Sar Athletic Field, Wednesday afternoon, June 10, urday, April 18, 1914. Winners: 20-yard swim 1914, at 4 o'clock. Junior events. Winners: (85-pound class)-11 4-58.; H. Hernley, P. S. 100-yard dash-11s.; H. Green, Stuyvesant H. S. No. 128, Brooklyn. 40-yard swim (100-pound 220-yard run-258.; I. Rabinowitz, Morris H. S. class) - 25 3-58.; L. Du Pace, P. S. No. 69, ManSenior events. 100-yard dash-10 2-58.;

F.

hattan. 60-yard swim (115-pound class) Koch, Stuyvesant H. S. 220-yard run--23 4-58.; 38 2-58.; Kenneth Sutherland P. S. No. 128. W. Albrecht, Stuyvesant H. $. 440-yard run- Brooklyn. 80-yard swim (unlimited weight 52 4-5s.; E. Ballestier, Morris H. S. 880-yard clasg) -58 3-58.; M. Thornberg, P. S. No. 128, run--2m. 3 1-58.; F. Jenkins, Far Rockaway Brooklyn. 160-yard relay (unlimited weight H. s. 1-mile run-4m. 35 4-58.; F. Jenkins, Far class) --2m. 56 1-58.; P. S. No. 10, Manhattan Rockaway H. S. 120-yard high hurdles (Krauss, S. Harris, S. Wefsheimer, Fraupton). 17 4-58.; H. Ritter, Stuyvesant H. S. 220-yard The points were scored on a basis of 5 for firsts, low hurdles-28 1-58.; A. Hammerschlag. Stuy- | 3 for seconds, 2 for thirds and I for fourths.

The vesant H. S. Running high jump--F Eagan, schools scored in the following order: P.S. No. Manual Training H. S., 5 ft. 9 in. Running 120, Brooklyn, 21 points; P. S. No. 10, Manhatbroad jump-D. Brown, Jamaica H. S., 21 ft. tan, 8; P. S. No. 9, Brooklyn, 7; P. S. No. 69, 6 in. Putting 12-pound shot-H. Cann, High Manhattan, 6; P. S. No. 40, Manhattan, 3; P. 8. School of Commerce, 48 ft. 5 in. Pole vault-A. No. 166, Manhattan, 2; P.S. No. 44, Brooklyn, 1: Gini, High School of Commerce, 10 it. 6 in. P. S. No. 62, Manhattan, I. Throwing the discus (Greek style)-Sinclair. HIGH SCHOOLS INDOOR SWIMMING CHAMPIONStuyvesant H. S., 114 ft. 5 in. Novice relays, SHIPS-Held at College City of New York Nata440-yard relay (100-pound class) -52s.: High torium, Friday evenins. March 13, 1914. Winners: School of Commerce (I. Feldstein, c. Klein, N.

50-yard swim-22. 4-5s. P. Davidow: De Witt Friedland, W. Gettleson). 880-yard relay (120 Clinton H. S. 100-yard swim-Im. 5 4-58.; R. pound class) — 1m. 45 1-58.; Curtis H. S. (So-Long, Erasmus Hall H. S. 22-yard swim--2m. lutzendorf. Barth, Daley. Lemelson). 1-mile 48 3-58.; J. Sinith, De Witt Clinton H. S. Fancy relay (unlimited weight class) --3m. 45 1-58.; diving-Emanuel, Townsend Harris Hall. Plunge Morris H. S. (Wells, Taub, Levine, Badwin). for distance-G. R. Heyer, Morris H. S.. 5.8 ft. The schools scored in the following order: Stuy 800-foot relay-2m. 55 3-58.; De Witt Clinton vesant H. S., 36 points; High School of Com H. S. (Davidow, Smith, Zilewitz, Fitzgibbons. merce, 24: De witt Cinton H. s., 24; Morris The points were scored on a basis of 5 for firsts. H. S, 19; Far Rockaway

17: Manual 3 for seconds, 2 for thirds, 1 for fourths. The Training H. S., 13; Jamaica H. s., 6; Evander schools scored in the following order: De Witt Childs H. S., 4; Curtis H. S., 4; Boys' H. S., 3; Clinton H. S., 27 points; Townsend Harris Hall, Richmond Hi H. S., 2: Bryant H. Š., 1.

18; Erasmus Hall H. S., 842: Morris H. S., 5; HIGH SCHOOLS NOVICE AND CHAMPIONSHIP Commercial H. S., 4; Stuyvesant H. S., 34. RELAY GAMES

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EVENING HIGH SCHOOLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SOCCER FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS-Held at Brooklyn Athletic Instead of an interschool soccer football tour. Field, Saturday, May 16, 1914. Winners: 100 nament the Public Schools Athletic League fosyard dush, junior-lis.; M. Leman, Curtis H. S. tered during the year 1913 interclass tournaments 1-yard dash, senior-118.; A. De Witt, High among the elementary schools of the city. Any Senool of Commerce. 220-yard run, junior-school which rezistered its tournament early in 26 1-58.; M. Leman, Curtis H. S. 220-yard run, the Fall was granted a silk banner to be competed senior---25 3-55.; A. Gross, Commercial H. S. for among its classes. 4 11-yard run-59 1-58.; J. Taub, Morris H. S. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BASKETBALL-Borough 8$0-yard run--2m. 138.; F. Robertson, Evander winners: Manhattan-95 pounds, P. S. No. 62; Childs H. S. 1-mile run-4m. 51 4-58.; F. Rob 125 pounds, P. S. No. 62. Brooklyn -95 pounds, ertson, Evander Childs H. S. 12-yard high P.S. No. 168: 125 pounds. P. S. No. 84. Bronx hurdles-19 1-58.; W. Cotterell, Erasmus Hall 95 pounds, P.S. No. 42; 125 pounds, P. S. No. 44. H. S. 220-yard low hurdles-30 1-58.: E. W11 Queens--95 pounds, P. S. No. 17; 125 pounds, son, Stuyvesant H. S. 440-yard relay (100- P.S. No. 89. Richmond-95 pounds, P. S. No. pound class) -53 4-58.; De Witt Clinton H. S. 17; 125 pounds, P. S. No. 17. (Lusher, Solomon, Braverman, Hirsch). 880 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS INDOOR BASEBALLyard relay (120-pound class) - 1m. 43 3-58.; New No interschool championship tournament was town H. S. (J. Grogan, B. Blackman, M. Byron, conducted, as it was deemed more advisable to V. Grudica). 1-mile relay (unlimited weight foster interclass contests in this branch of ath

PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATHLETIC LEAGUE-Continued. letics. During January the league informed the won 3, lost 3; Bay Ridge H. S., won 1, lost 4; schools that silk banners would be given to the Flushing H. S., won 0, lost 6. Division B: Curschools that had informed the Secretary that an tis H. 8., won 6, lost 0; Bryant H. S., won 5, lost interclass baseball tournament was to be con 1; Morris H. s., won 3, lost 2; De Witt Clinton ducted. The banner was to be presented to the H. S., won 3, lost 3: High School of Commerce, winning class team. Fifty-five schools responded, won 1, lost 4; Eastern District H. 8., won 1, lost 5; an increase of twenty-three schools over last Stuyvesant H. S., won 1, lost 5. Not recorded: year's number.

Bay Ridge H. S. V8. Commercial H. S.; High ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OUTDOOR BASEBALL-School of Commerce Vs. Morris H. S. Final District league winners: Manhattan-D. A. L. 3, series: Curtis H. S., won 1, lost i, tied 1; Manual P.S. No. 166; D. A. L. 6, P. S. No. 10; D. A. L. 9, Training H. S., won 1, lost i, tied i.

The aggreP.S. NO. 70; D. A. L. 21, P.S. No. 89; D. A. L. 25, gate scores in this Anal series were as follows (not P. S. No. 171. Brooklyn-D. A. L, I, P. S. No. tie match scores): Curtis H. S., 521; Manual 73; D. A. L. 5, P.S. No. 123; D. A. L. 8, P.S. No. Training H. S., 515. The championship was 139; D. A. L. 11, P. S. No. 9; D. A. L. 15, P. S. awarded to Curtis H. S. Second teams, Division No. 149; D. A. L. 17, P. S. No. 10; D. A. L. 24, A: Manual Training H. S., won 4, lost 0; Boys' P. S. No. 19. Richmond-D. A. L. 4, P. S. No. H. S., won 3, lost 1; Erasmus Hall H. S., won 1, 10. Borough winners: First place --Manhat- lost 3; Jamaica H. S., won 1, lost 3; Commercial tan, P. S. No. 10; Bronx, P. S. No. 42; Brook H. S., won 1, lost 3. Division B: De Witt Clinlyn, P.S. No. 10; Queens, P.S. No. 1; Richmond, ton H. S., won 5, lost 1; Bryant H. S., won 5, P. S. No. 18: Richmond Juniors, P. S. No. 19. lost 1; Morris H. S., won 4, lost 2: High School of Second place -- Manhattan, P.S. No. 171; Bronx, Commerce, won 4, lost 2: Stuyvesant H. S., won P. S. No. 40; Brooklyn, P.S. No. 123; Queens, 1, lost 5: Curtis H.S., won 1, lost 4; Eastern DigP. 8. No. 77; Richmond, P. S. No. 30. City trict H. S., won 0, lost 5. Final series: De Witt champion-P. s. No. 10, Brooklyn.

Clinton H. S., won 2, lost 1; Manual Training HIGH SCHOOLS SOCCER FOOTBALL--The Soccer H. S., won 1. lost 2. Football Championship of the high schools was SUB-TARGET SHOOTING COMPETITION FOR THE won by Manual Training H. S. Curtis H. S. WINGATE TROPHY--During the year ending May was second.

1, 1914, there were 399 murksman qualifications HIGH SCHOOLS BASEBALL-NO championship and 190 sharpshooter qualifications on the subbaseball series was conducted by the High Schools target gun machines. To quality as a sharpGames Committee.

shooter a perfect score of 50 had to be made; to HIGH SCHOOLS LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP-quallly as a marksman, 45 or better was necegThe Lacrosse Championship. Tournament re sary. An appropriate badge was adopted as the sulted as follows: Manual Training H. S., won 3, insignia for marksman and sharpshooter qualllost o, tied 2; Curtis H. S., won 2, lost 1, tied 2: Acations, the former in bronze and the latter in Boys' H. S., won 0, lost 4, tied 0.

silver. These were distributed to all who qualiWHITNEY ROUND ROBIN SUB-TARGET TOUR

tred.

In awarding the Wingate Trophy the NAMENT-First teams, Division A: Manual Train points scored were as follows: For each sharping H. S., won 5, lost 0, tied l; Boys' H. S., won shooter qualification, 3 points; for each marks4, lost 1, tied 1; Commercial H. S., won 3, lost 2; manship qualification, 2 points. The summary Erasmus Hall H. S., won 3, lost 3; Jamaica H. S., of the qualification is as follows:

MARKSMAN.

SHARPSHOOTER.
HIGH SCHOOLS.

YEAR.

YEAR.

T't'l 1st. 20.

Pts. 30. 4th

Pts.
5th.
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Pts.

41h. 5th. Morris. 88 21 3 1 0 226 24 12 6

2 138 364 Commercial 43 0 0 0 0 86 19 0 0 0

57

143 Erasmus Hall. 29 11 0 0 0 80 11 5 0 0

48 128 High School of Commerce

29 8
78 7

24 102 Manual Training

23
50 7

95 Boys'...

24
51 7

33 87 Eastern District.

20
46 10

33 79 Curtis.

22

45 67 Bryant.

12
32 9

33 65 Jamaica.

12
30 7

27

57 Flushing

15
30 9

27 57 Stuyvesant.

12
24 10

30 54 Bay Ridge.

22

30 52 Bushwick

9
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SUNDAY WORLD ATHLETIC MEETS.

(From Omcial Report of Public Schools Athletic League.) MORE than 60,000 boys from the grammar One hundred and seventy-four schools of the grades of New York public schools competed in city look full advantage of the offer this year to the athletic games of the Ninth Annual Season assist them to each have a day of athletic sports of SUNDAY WORLD Field Days that began on for their grammar grade boys. April 11 and concluded October 18. This goes The prizes provided for these games consisted beyond the record of any previous year for these of 3,872 medals--1,936 of silver and a like numgames and forms an unparalleled chapter of ber of bronze--174 banners awarded as class ackievement in public school athletics.

While trophies and 15 special banners. The SUNDAY the number of competitors in the meets were but WORLD printed programmes for each event, cona lew thousand more than in 1913. the number taining the numbered lists of all the contestants of children who actually participated in the day's omcially entered for games. recreation this year in the field days of very many Early in the year the SUNDAY WORLD made its of the schools included practically the entire usual offer to the Public Schools Athletic League school, with mass drils, gymnasium callsthenics to assist 150 of the elementary schools of the city and folk-dancing added to the regular programme to each have a field day of athletic games during of athletic events. Il the children who partici- the Spring term of school as preliminaries to the pated in these exhibitions were included in the grand final meet in October. Though the offer quota of participants in each school's Field Day was at first limited to 150 schools, the demand this year the number would not be less than 100, proved so much greater than this that 176 schools COo.

were finally admitted to the privilege of entering

SUNDAY WORLD ATHLETIC MEETS-Continued.

for the neld days. Of these 174 schools held games as compared with P. S. A. L. records. These meets between April 1 and June 27. As a few scores must be verified by an ofcial of the disof the larger schools, having entry lists that in trict league, Last year P. S. No. 188 won this some cases went beyond 1.000 contestants, held trophy. It then had an entry list of 1,350 boys more than one meet, the actual number of meets in its games, 94 per cent. of the grammar grade held for the prizes this year was 181.

enrolment of the school. With the enlargement At many of the meets this year there were of the school registration it increased its entry added events for girls, run separately from the list in this year's games to 1,922, a number never boys' events, and usually for prizes given by the before equalled by a single school in a single school athletic organizations, though the SUNDAY set of athletic games in this city. The regisWORLD contributed for these events 250 bronze ter in the grammar grades at P. S. No. 188 this pins and a number of banners.

year is 2,140, so its 1,922 competitors in its field In the 181 meets of the year more than 1,600 day comprise more than 90 per cent. of the registeachers acted as omcials of the games. Thetration. principal of the school in most cases was referee of his school's games. The athletic contests SUNDAY WORLD FINAL MEET-1913-14. were witnessed by no fewer than 250,000 children.

The Public Schools Athletic League conducted The entry lists from very many of the schools

the Tenth Annual New York SUNDAY WORLD were large this year as compared with their total enrolment

Final Meet on Saturday afternoon, October 18, of grammar grade boys. Some

at the Brooklyn Athletic Field, Avenue K and schools had more than 90 per cent. of their boys in the games and more than 50 schools entered

East Seventeenth Street, Brooklyn. This meet 75 per cent. of their enrolment.

was the final of 167 individual school meets held Some huge meets were held by the larger

during the Spring of the year. It has been estischools of the city. Following are some of the

mated that 60,000 boys actually competed in the schools that had great numbers of contestants

preliminary meets, and 250.000 children witin their games, the figures given being the actual

nessed these games. The final meet was comnumber of boys who were entered and competed posed of only those schools (167) which had held

An in the events, and do not include those taking entry of 1,400 was received for the varlous events

å SUNDAY WORLD field day during the year. part only in mass drills, baseball games or other

and about 6,000 spectators were present. The events not on the regular programme of athletic

athletie performances of the contestants sur contests. P.S. No. 188, Manhattan, 1,922; P. S. No. 62, passed any of the former records made at inal

meets. Manhattan (4 meets), 1,353; P.S. No. 43, Brooklyn, 1,340; P. S. No. 64, Manhattan, 1,174; P. S. No.

The city championship was won by P. S. No. 83, Manhattan. 1,140: P. S. No. 109, Manhattan, 10; Manhattan, with a score of 45 points; P. S. 1.180; P. S. No. 171, Manhattan, 1,060; P. S. No.

No. 62, Manhattan, scored 25 points, and P. S. 5. Manhattan, 850; P. S. No. 34, Manhattan, 810; No. 9, Brooklyn, was third, with 8 points. P.S. No. 10, Manhattan, 685: P.S. No. 184, Man The points were scored on a basis of 5 for firsts, hattan, 676P.S. No. 160, Manhattan, 745; P. S. 3 for seconds, 2 for thirds, 1 for fourths.

The No. 10, Bronx, 750; P. S. No. 25, Bronx, 680; schools scored in the following order: P. 8. No. P.S. NO. 46, Manhattan, 603: P.S. NO. 22, Man 10, Manhattan, 45; P. S. No. 62, Manhattan, 25; hattan, 752; P. S. No. 82, Manhattan, 560; P. S. P.S. No. 9, Brooklyn, 8; P.S. NO. 164, Brooklyn, No. 44, Bronx, 550; P. S. No. 17, Brooklyn, 486; 7; P. S. No. 43, Manhattan, 7; P.S. NO. 69, Man. P.S. No. 75, Manhattan, 510: P.S. NO. 43, Manhattan, 6; P. S. No. 184, Manhattan, 6; P. S. No. hattan, 480; P.S. No. 132, Manhattan, 500; P. S. 186, Manhattan, 6; P. S. No. 147. Manhattan, No. 147,

Manhattan, 564; P. S. No. 40. Bronx, 5; P.S. NO. 89, Brooklyn, 5; P.S. No. 144, Brook 515: P. S. No. 10, Brooklyn, 485; P. S. No. 40, lyn, 5; P. S. No. 11, Queens, 5; P. S. No. 171, Manhattan, 492; P. S. No. 25, Manhattan, 510; Manhattan, 5; P. S. No. 40, Manhattan, 5; P. S. P.S. No. 19, Manhattan, 370; P.S. No. 51, Man No. 19, Manhattan, 5; P. S. No. 64, Manhattan, hattan, 432; P. S. No, 70, Manhattan, 471; P. S. 4; P. S. No. 168, Brooklyn, 3; P. S. No. 5, ManNo. 84B, Brooklyn, 470: P. S. No. 84, Queens, hattan, 3; P. S. No. 77. Manhattan, 3; P. S. 404: P. S. No. 65B, Manhattan, 403.

No. 14, Richmond, 3; P. S. No. 183, Brooklyn,

3; P. S. No. 157, Brooklyn, 3; P. S. No. 58, PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 188 WINS CITY PLAQUE. Queens, 2: P. S. No. 123, Brooklyn, 1; P. S. No. The SUNDAY WORLD All City Plaque agarn goes

43, Brooklyn, 1; P. S. No. 26, Brooklyn, 1; P. S. to P. S. No. 188, Manhattan, This plaque is No. 42, Bronx, 1; P. S. No. 20, Queens, 1; P. S. awarded each year to the school in the city that No. 43, Bronx, 1; P. S. No. 20, Manhattan, i. wins the point score in all the year's Beld days. Borough winners: Manhattan, P.S. No. 10, 45 These points are counted, first for largest per points: Brooklyn, P. S. No. 9, 8 points: Queens, centage of entries as compared with school en Þ. S. No. 11, 5 points; Bronx, P. S. Nos. 42 and rolment, and second for scores made in the | 43, 1 point each; Richmond, P. S. No. 14, 3 points.

P. C.

BASKETBALL. AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION CHAMPIONSHIPS. HELD by Illinois A. C., Chicago, Ill., April 10 and 11. Final round-Cornells, Chicago (Johnson, A. Pressler, Feeney, Kohfeldt, Frieling, W. Pressler), 83; Y. M. Fellowship Club, Chicago (Foster, Millkin, Bast, Haeger, Clegg, Macierran), 26. Play-off for third place --Chi Chap. A. I. B. 47, St. John's A. C. 28.

INTERCOLLEGIATE LEAGUE-FINAL STANDING.
TEAM
Won. Lost. P. C.

TEAM.

Won. Lost.
Cornell

8
2 800 Princeton.

5 500 Columbia.

.800
Pennsylvania.

. 200 Yale.

6
4 .600 Dartmouth.

. 100 FIELD GOALS.

FOUL GOALS.

TOTAL POINTS.
TEAM.
For. Against. For. Against.

For. Against Columbia.

65
57

65
194

179 Cornell.

109
70
86
58
304

198 Yale..

86
85
53
58
225

228 Princeton.

72
65
74
57
218

187 Pennsylvania.

39
67
89
87
167

221 Dartmouth...

66
93
37
68
169

254

46

NW 100

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS OF FIRST TWELVE PLAYERS.

FIELD GOALS.
TEAM AND PLAYER.

Foul
Games.

Total

For. Against. Goals. Points. Halstead, Cornell, guard-centre..

10
31
13
68

130 Bloom, Pennsylvania, guard-centre.

10

7
12
75

89 Benson, Columbia, guard.

10
12
15
56

80 Winship, Dartmouth, guard-forward:

9
24

9
20

68 Smith, Yale, centre..

10
11
17
40

62 Jackson, Princeton, centre-forward.

10
15

31

61 Salmon, Princeton, forward.

9
10
13
38

58 Stack pole, Yale, forward.

10
24
15

48 Arnold, Yale, forward.

7
18

5
12

48 Brown, Cornell, forward.

10
20
10

47 Lunden, Cornell, forward.

8
22
9

0 Lee, Columbia, forward-guard.

10

11
12

42
NEW YORK STATE BASKETBALL LEAGUE.
TEAM.
Won. Lost. P. C.

TEAM.

Won. Lost. P. C. Utica.

17 730
Paterson

29 37 439 Troy 45 18 .714 Kingston.

23 41 309 Cohoes

34 30 .531
Syracuse.

18 36 .3.3 Gloversville 30 30 .500 Newark.

11 27 289
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE.
FIRST TEAMS.

SECOND TEAMS.
Won. Lost. P. C.

Won. Lost. P. C. Newton.

11
1 .916 Quincy

888 Brockton

9
3 .750
Newton.

777 Cambridge

7
5 .583 Boston

500 Quincy

.500
Cambridge

375 Chelsea.

.417
Chelsea..

250 Boston

.333 Lowell

0 12 .000 * Disbanded.

CONNECTICUT VALLEY LEAGUE.
POINTS.

POINTS. TEAM. W. L. P. C.

For. Against
TEAM. W. L. P. C.

For.

Against Springfield 8 3 727 289

194 Holyoke
5 5 500 204

218 Westfield

636 256
209 Greenfeld..

5 .444 212

245 W. Springfield 5

556 220
194 Northampton. 0

.000 131

252
NORTHEASTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE LEAGUE,
TEAM.
Lost. P. C.

TEAM.

Won. Lost. P. C. Union

5
2 714 Williams.

3

3 500 Wesleyan 3 571 Colgate.

1

5 166 RECORDS OF PRINCIPAL TEAMS WHO ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY LEAGUE.

U. S. Military Academy-U. S. M. A. 18, Rensselaer 23: U. S. M. A. 18, Fordham 22; U. S. M. A. 32, Yale 40; U.S. M. A. 18, Manhattan 21; U. S. M. A. 25, Cornell 34; U. S. M. A. 13, Union 33: U. S. M. A. 11, Swarthmore 25; U. S. M. A. 21, Syracuse 29; U. S. M. A. 41, New York Unl. versity 14; U. S. M. A. 43, St. John's 14; U. S. M. A. 23, Pratt Institute 15; U. s. M. A. 22, St. Lawrence 11.

U. S. Naval Academy-U. S. N. A. 32, New York University 25; U. S. N. A. 34, Yale 23; U.S. N. A. 28, Catholic University 17; U.S. N. A. 66, Loyola 22; U. 8. N. A. 51, Virginia P. S. 15; U.S. N. A. 29, Swarth more 13; U. N. 8. A. 40, Georgetown 12; U. S. N. A. 62, George Washington 18; U. S. N. A. 40, Washington and Lee 18; U. S. N. A. 59, St. John's (Brook.) 13.

College of the City of New York--C. C. N. Y. 12, St. Lawrence 14; C. C. N. Y. 15, Princeton 24; C, C. N. Y. 13, Rochester 35; C. C. N. Y. 22, New York University 20; C. C. N. Y. 28, Toronto 16; C. C. N. Y. 16, Clarkson 38; C. C. N. Y. 18, St. Lawrence 20: C. C. N. Y. 29, Seton Hall 24: C.C. N. Y. 17, Rutgers 11; C. C. N. Y, 30, Rensselaer 20; C. C. N. Y. 27, Washington and Lee 20.

Georgetown University-G. U. 51, Mt. St. Joseph's 19: G. U. 25, New York University 31; G. U. 20, Seton Hall 24; G. U. 19, Fordham 35; G. U. 26, Gallaudet 17; G. U. 13, New York University 36; G. U. 25, Fordham 15; G. U. 2, Loyola 0 (forfeited); G. U. 28, Md. Aggles" 12; G. U. 23, Wash. Y. M. C. A. 22: G. U. 12, U. S. Naval Academy 40; G. U. 30, St. John's (Annap.) 23; G. U. 32, Mt. St. Joseph's 20; G. U. 12, Wash. Y. M. C. A. 16; G. U. 19, Washington and Lee 10; G. U. 20, St. John's (Brook.) 24.

Lehigh University-L. U. 66, Loyola College 19; L. U. 35, Moravian College 16; L. U. 63, Lebanon Valley 15; L. U. 51, Fordham 21; L. U. 19. Swarth more 20: L. U. 63, Muhlenberg 22; L. U. 45, Franklin and Marshall 20; L. U. 26, Lafayette 23; L. U. 27, Yale 12; L. U. 29, Lafayette 23; L. U. 53, George Washington University 15; L. U. 37, Penn. State 33; L. U. 54, Franklin and Marshall 15; L. U. 40, Swarthmore 27.

New York University-N. Y. U. 25, Pratt Institute 18; N. Y. U. 22, Columbia 16; N. Y. U. 19, Co. F (Eliz.) 26: N. Y. U. 25, U. S. Naval Academy 32: N. Y. U. 31, Georgetown 25; N. Y. U. 31, St. Lawrence 16; N. Y. U. 36, Georgetown 15; N. Y. U. 20, College of the City of New York 22; N. Y. U. 18, Swarth more 24; N. Y. U. 21, Wesleyan 47; N. Y. U. 23, Williams 17; N. Y. U. 14, U. S. Military Academy 41; N. Y. U. 13, Seton Hall 27; N. Y. U. 19, Seton Hall 31; N. Y. U. 16, Cornell 41.

Swarthmore (Pa.) High School-S. H. S. 21, Chester H. 8. 24; S. H. S. 8, Norristown H. S. 65; $. H. S. 27, Moorestown H. S. 33; S. H. S. 20, Alumni 15; $. H. s. 14, Ex-High 16; S. H. S. 15, Bryn Athyn 35; S. H. S. 31, Doylestown H. S. 24; S. H. S. 31, Salesianum H. S. 18; 8. H. S. 11, Cedarcroft 31; S. H. S. 11, Wilmington Friends 39; S. H. S. 18, Doyelstown H. S. 31; S. H. S. 20, Media H. 8. 13; S. H. S. 7, Phillips Brooks 12; S. H. S. 21, Philadelphia Trades School 23.

Washington and Lee College-W. & L. C. 30, George Washington 17: W. & L. C. 56, Soutb Carolina 5: W. & L. C. 26, Catholic University 9: W. & L. C. 48, V. P. I. 17: W. & L. C. 65, Maryland "Aggles" 8; W. & L. C. 48, A. & M. of North Carolina 15; W. & L. C. 35, Virginia 35; W. & L. C. 19, V. P. I. 21; w. & L. C. 20, Catholic University 25; W. & L. C. 11, Georgetown 19; W. & L. C. 18, Naval Academy 40; W. & L. C. 31, Pratt Institute 16; W. & L. C. 22, College of the city of New York 27.

Won.

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