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WINNERS IN INDIANAPOLIS CLASSIC (Distance 500 Miles)
Year
Driver
Time MPH. Year

Driver

Time MPH 1919. Peugeot, Wilcox. 5:40:42.87 88.06 1932. Frederick Frame

4:48:03.79 104.144 1920. Monroe, Chevrolet. 5:38:32 88.50 1933. Tydol, Louis Meyer.

4:48:12.75 104.089 1921. Frontenac, Milton.

5:34:44.65 89.62 1934. Miller, Bul Cummings. 4:46:05.20 104.863 1922 Murphy Special, Murphy. 5:17:30.79 94.48 1935. Gilmore, Kelly Petillo 4:42:22:71 106.240 1923. H. cis. Special, Milton.. 5:29:50.17 90.95

1936. Special, Louis Meyer. 4:35:03:39 109.069 1924. Duesenberg, Corum&Boyer. 5:05:23.51 98.23 1937. Shaw Gilmore Spe., Wilbur 1925. Duesenb'g. DeP'o & Batten. 4:56:39,46 101.13

Shaw

4:24:07.80 113.580 1926. Muller. Frank Lockhart.. 4:10:17.951 95.88 1938. Burd Special, Floyd Rob1927. Duesenberg, Geo. Souders. 5:07:33.8 97.54

erts.

4:15:58.40 117.200 1928. Miller, Louis Meyer. 5:01:33.75 99.482 1939. Boyle Special, Wilbur Shaw 4:20:47.39 115.035 1929. Simplex, Ray Keech.. 5:07:25.42 97.585 1940. Boyle Special wubur Shaw 4:22:31.17 114.277 1930. Miller Billy Arnold

4:58:39.72 100.448 1941. Noc Out Hose Clamp Spl., 1931 Louls Schneider

15:10:27.54 96.629 Mauri Rose, Floyd Davis. 14:20:36.24 115.117 The one-lap track record is 130.757 m.p.h. by Jimmy Snyder, driving a Thorne Engineering Special The record for 500 miles set in 1938 is held by Floyd Ro erts at 117.2 m.p.h.

Amateur Rowing in 1941

National Association of Amateur Oarsmen of Principal Point Scores: Undine Barge Club. America. Sixty-ninth Annual Regatta, Minne- Philadelphia, 97; Penn A. C. Philadelphia, 74; apolis, Minn., July 18-19.

West Side Rowing Club, Buffalo, 72; Fairmount 145 lb. Senior Singles, 14 Mile-W. Tank, Ecorse Rowing Association, Philadelphia, 54; New York (Mich.) B. C.

A. C., 30; Ravenswood Boat Club, Long Island, 22; Heavyweight Senior Singles,

MileA. Worcester (Mass) Rowing Club, 21: Malta Boat Gallagher, Penn A, C., Philadelphia.

Club, Philadelphia, 20: Ecorse (Mich.) Boat 145 lb. Senior Double Sculls - Undine B. C. Club, 13.

Scholastic Eight-Oar Shell-Lafayette H. S., Royal Canadian Henley Regatta, Port Dalhousie. Buffalo, N. Y.

Ont., July 25-26. Championship Senior Sculls-T. Dubols, Winni.

140 lb. Senior Eight-Oar-Detroit B. C. peg. B. C.

150 lb. Senior Eight-Oar-Ecorse (Mich.) B. C. Senior Double Sculls Worcester (Mass.) R. C.

140 lb. Senior Singles-K. Thorburn Argonaut 145 lb. Senior Eight-Oar Shell-Undine B. C..

B. C. Philadelphia.

Championship Singles-T. Dubois, Winnipeg B.C. 145 lb. Senior Single Sculls-J. Angyal, Ravens

140 lb. Senior Fours--Argonaut B, C., Toronto. wood B. C., Long Island City, N. Y.

150 lb. Senior Fours--Westside B. C., Buffalo, Senior Eight-Oar Shell--Fairmont R. A., Phila

N. Y. delphia

140 lb. Senior Doubles-Ecorse (Mich.) B. C. Intermediate Eight-Oar Shell Penn A. C., Philadelphia

Senior Eight-Oar-Westside B. C.. Buffalo, N. Y. Senior Quadruple Sculls-Penn A.C., Philadelphia, Senior Fours-Westside B. C., Buffalo, N. Y,

Senior Four-Oar Shells (coxswains)--West Side 140 lb, Junior Eight Oar--Detroit B. C. (Buffalo, N. Y.) R. C.

Senior Doubles--Penn A. C., Philadelphia, Pa.

Soccer (Association Football) Challenge Cup Records

1926-27-Fall River F. C., 7; Carburetor F. C. Louis Shamrocks, 2. (Detroit), 0.

1936-37-New York Americans, 4; St. Louis 1927-28--New York Nationals, 3; Chicago Brick- Shamrocks, 3. layers, 0

1937-38-Chicago Spartas, 6; Brooklyn St. Mary's 1928-29-Hakoah, 5; Madison Kennel Club, 0. Celtics, 2 1929-30-Fall River, 9; Bruell Club, Cleveland, 3.

1938-39_Brooklyn St. Mary's Celtics, 5: Chicago 1931-32-New Bedford Whalers, 8; St.

Manhattan Brewers. 1.
Louis

1939-40---The championship final between BaltiStix, 5.

more and the Chicago Falstaffs was not completed 1932-33-St. Louis Stix, 3; N. Y. Americans, 1.

The first game resulted in a scoreless tie and the 1933-31--St. Louis Stix, 2; Pawtucket Rangers, 1. second a 2-2 tie and the series was abandoned

1934-35-St. Louis Centrals, 7; Pawtucket June 12, on order of the U. S. F. A. Rangers, 6.

1940-41-Pawtucket (R. I.) F. C., 8; Chrysler 1935-36-Philadelphia German Americans. 5; St. (Detroit) F. C., 5.

1941 Rifle and Pistol Champions .30 CALIBER RIFLE

National Junior Rifle Team Championship. N. R. A. .30 Caliber Rifle Individual Champion

(Small Bore, a match fired between the 50 top

junior teams in the country selected after a wintership. (Wright Memorial Trophy, six separate

long elimination series) Xavier High School, events are fired over a four-day period to decide this championship.) Roscoe R. Grider, Sgt., U. S.

R. O. T. C., New York City. score 1000 x 1000. Cavalry, score 581 x 600. (Holdover from 1940).

PISTOL National Military Rifle Individual Champion

N. R. A. All Around Pistol Championship. (An ship. (U. S. Service Rifle, the "Daniel Boone"

aggregate of 12 matches fired at Camp Perry with Trophy to the winner.) William J. Coffman, Sgt.,

three different types of hand-guns using each of U. S. Infantry, score 289 x 300. (Holdover from

them slow, timed and rapid fire.) Harry W. 1940). National Military Rifle Team Championship. 2564 x 2700.

Reeves, Detroit, Mich., Police Department, score U. S. Marine Corps, score 2833 x 3000. (Holdover

National Military Pistol Individual Championfrom 1940).

ship. (.45 caliber.) Lee E. Echols, Nogales, Ariz.. President's Match. (Slow fire service rifle in

U. S. Customs Border Patrol, score 283 X 300. dividual championship. The 100 competitors turn

National Military Pistol Team Championship. ing in the highest score in this event receive

United States Infantry Pistol Team, score 1343 brassards designating them as the "President's

x 1500. (Holdover from 1940). Hundred.") Thaddeus A. Ferenc, Cpl., U. S.

N. R. A, .22 Caliber Pistol Championship. (An Infantry, score 146 x 150. (Holdover from 1940).

aggregate of four matches.) Alfred W. Hemming. : Wimbledon Cup Match. (Long-range free rifle

Detroit, Mich., Police Department, score 858 x 900. championship. Second oldest American shooting

N. R. A. Center Fire Pistol Championship. (An trophy is the Wimbledon Cup which was presented to the American Rifle Team in 1875 by Princess

aggregate of four matches.) Harry W. Reeves. Louise, daughter of Queen Victoria.) Edwin L. Detroit, Mich., Police Department, score 858 X 900. Hamilton, 1st Lt., U. S. Marine Corps, score 100

N. R. A. .45 Caliber Pistol Championship. (An 24V's. (Holdover from 1940).

aggregate of four matches.) Harry W. Reeves,

Detroit, Mich., Police Department, score 859 x 900. SMALL BORE RIFLE National Small Bore Rifle Individual Champion

INTERNATIONAL MATCHES ship. (Critchfield Trophy, based on the scores fired Dewar Trohy International Rifle Team Match. in eight leading small bore matches of the Na

(This is a small bore team match between 20-man tional Championship Matches at Camp Perry.) teams representing the English-speaking countries. Ransford D. Triggs, Madison, N. J., score 3189 Each nation fires on its home range and scores are x 3200.

exchanged by cable.) United States Team score, National Small Bore Rifle Team Championship. 7948 8000; Canada Team, 7868. (The Caswell Trophy.) Pennsylvania State Team, score 2380 x 2400. (Holdover from 1940).

LADIES National Collegiate Rifle Team Championship. Women's Small Bore Rifle Championship. (An (Small Bore.) University of Minnesota Rifle Team, aggregate of eight matches.) Mrs. John W. Cole. score 1388 x 1500.

Minneapolis, Minn., score 3177 x 3200. National Collegiate Individual Rifle Champion- Women's Pistol Championship. (An aggregate of ship. (Small Bore.) Virgil E. Pettit, University eight matches.) Mrs. Mildred McCarthy. Allenof Iowa, score 286 x 300.

hurst, N. J., score 1566 x 1800.
National Skeet Winners, 1941
Seventh Annual Championships, Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 6-10
MEN

Champion of Champions-Dick Shaughnessy.

Dedham, Mass., 100 x 100. Allgauge-Charles Poulton, San Antonio, Tex.,

WOMEN 250 x 250. Five-Man Team-Westbrook Cardinals, New Allgauge--Mrs. M. L. Smythe, Aurora, 0..

245 x 250. York City, 1237 x 1250. Two-Man Team-Charles Poulton, San Antonio, Twenty-Gauge-Mrs. M. L. Smythe, Aurora, O..

100 x 100. Tex., William Perdue, Birmingham, Ala, 498 x 500.

Smallgauge-Diana Bolling. Greenwich, Conn., Father and Son-H. Lutcher Brown, P. Lutcher

93 x 100. Brown, San Antonio, Tex., 488 x 500.

Sub-Smallgauge-Mrs. M. L. Smythe, Aurora, Twenty-Gauge--S. Lewis Hutcheson, New York

O., 89 x 100. City, 100 x 100

High-Over-All-Mrs. M. L. Smythe, Aurora, O., Smallgauge--William Perdue, Birmingham, Ala.,

527 x 550. 100 x 100.

SHOOTING INDUSTRY Sub-Smallgauge-Alex Kerr, Beverly Hills, Calif., 99 x 100.

Allgauge--Fred Missildine, Sea Island, Ga.. High-Over-All-Alex Kerr, Beverly Hills,

Calif.,

249 X 250. 543 x 550.

Twenty-Gauge-Herman Ehler, Dallas,

Tex.. Junior-F. L. Brown, San Antonio, Tex., 99 x 100. 98 x 100 Sub-Junior-Billy Handy, Fairfield, Conn. 89 X

Smallgauge---Roland Crosby, Detroit, Mich., 100.

97 x 100 Family Twenty-Gauge-M. L. Smythe, Mrs. M. Sub-Smallgauge-Grant Ilseng, Chicago, L. Smythe, Aurora O., 196 x 200.

96 X 100. O., 196 x 200

High-Over-All-Grant Ilseng. Chicago, m., Veterans --J. M. Kerr, Detroit, Mich., 229 x 250. 534 x 550.

IIL,

Trap Shooting Championships, 1941

Vandalia, Ohio, Aug. 18-23 Veterans Championship (70 yrs.)-C. Young, Class B Championship-Dr. O. T. Dean. Seattle, Springfield, O., 99 x 100.

Wash., 199 x 200. Sub-Junior Championship (15 yrs.)--R. Stifal, Class C Championship-W. S. Barnes, Sykesville, Casey. Ill., 97 x 100.

Me., 197 x 200. Junior Championship (18 yrs.)-R. Fienup. St. Class D Championship-J. A. Cox, Munhall, Pa. Louis, Mo., 99 X 100.

*197 x 200 Father and Son Championship R. and R. North American Championship (women)-Mrs. Fienup, St. Louis, Mo., 197 x 200

M. K. Grant. Ft. Dodge, Iowa, 698 x 100. North American Championship-R. Elliott, Ray- State Team Championship --Minnesota, 984 x 1000 town, Mo., *199 X 200.

National Doubles Championship V. Reinders, Professional Championship-C. B. Wells, Bridge- Waukesha, Wisc., 99 x 100. port, Conn., 199 x 200.

Grand American Preliminary-E. E. Lucas. Champion of Champions (women)--Mrs. B. Peebles, O., 99 x 100. Sanders, Keyser, W. Va., 98 x 100.

Grand American Handicap (men)-W.L. Tulbert. National Sport Writers Championship-J. Robin- Detroit, Mich., *99 X 100 'son, Minneapolis, Minn., 48 x 50,

Grand American Handicap (women)-Miss W. N Class A.A. Championship-J. Heistand, Hillsboro, Hill, Kansas City, Mo., 96 X 100. O., 200 X 200.

Grand American All-Over Honor-V. Reindera, Class A Championship-A. Finney, Mankato, Waukesha, Wisc., 874 x 900. Minn., 200 x 200

*Won shoot-off of tie.

Billiard Records

Source: Charles C. Peterson, Billiard Association of America 18-1 BALKLINE, 312 x 7 ANCHOR BLOCKS Greenleaf; 1928, Frank Taberski; 1929, Ralph

Greenleaf 1929, Frank Taberski; 1930, Erwin RuAmerican Champion

dolph; 1930-32, Ralph Greenleat; 1933-34, Erwin 1897, George F. Slosson; 1898, Jacob Schaefer

Rudolph; 1935, Andrew Ponzi; 1936, James Caras; (Wizard); 1898, Frank Ives.

1937. Ralph Greenleaf; 1938, James Caras; 1939. World Champion

James Caras; 1940, Andrew Ponzi; 1941, Willie 1903-05, Maurice Vignaux; 1906, Willie Hoppe; Mosconi.

14-2 BALKLINE 1907. George B. Sutton; 1907, Willie Hoppe; 1908,

1888, Eugene Carter; 1889, Frank C. Ives; _1890. Jacob Schaefer (Wizard); 1968, George B. Sutton

Frank Maggioli; 1891, Eugene Carter; 1891, Frank (by forfeit); 1908, George F. Slosson; 1909-11,

C. Ives. No tournaments since.
Willie H pe; 1912, Geor B. Sutton; 1913. Ora
C. Morningstar; 1914, Willie Hoppe; 1915-40, no

18-2 BALKLINE tournaments.

1904, Al. Taylor; 1907, Albert Cutler: 1923, Chas. 18-1 BALKLINE

C. Peterson. No tournaments since. 1926, Jake Schaefer, Jr.-high run in match play

High run, 162, Albert Cutler; high average, 40, 212, high grand average in match play 60, high

Albert Cutler; high grand average, 26.67, Charles grand average in match play 36; 1927, Welker Coch

C. Peterson ran, Jr.-high run in exhibition 353, high grand

JUNIOR CHAMPIONS average in exhibition 150; high grand average in

18-2 Balkline Billiards exhibition 61.

1923-24, Tadeo Suganuma; 1924, Albert Cutler: 18-2 BALKLINE

1924, Dave McAndless; 1925, Tadeo Suganuma; 1910, Harry P. Cline: 1910-20, Willie Hoppe; 1921-22, Jacob

1925, Kamatare Suzuki, 1926, Kinrey Matsuyama. Schaefer, Jr.; 1923-24. Willie

No tournaments since. Hoppe; 1925, Edward Horemans (disputed match

High Run, 18.5, Jean Bruno; high overage, 42.85, Schaefer won in play-off); 1925, Jacob Schaefer,

Tadeo Suganuma-Kinrey Matsuyama; grand averJr.; 1926, Erich Hagenlacher; 1927, Welker Coch

age, 21.05, Kinrey Matsuyama. ran; 1928, Edward Horemans; 1929, Jacob Schaefer, Jr.; 1930-33, no tournaments: 1934, Welker

14-1 POCKET BILLIARDS RECORDS Cochran; 1935, Welker Cochran; 1936-41, no tour

High run, 126, Ralph Greenleaf; high run, 153, naments.

Andrew Ponzi; high run, 125, Bennie Allen; high 18-2 BALKLINE RECORDS

run, 125, Geo. Kelly; high single average, 63. High run match, 432-Jacob Schaefer, Jr., 1925;

Ralph Greenleaf; high single average, 41,75, Benhigh average, 400---Jacob Schaefer, Jr., 1925; high

nie Allen; high individual grand average, 11.02 grand average tournament, 57.14-Jacob Schaefer,

Ralph Greenleaf; high individual grand average, Jr., 1925; high grand average match, 93.75--Jacob

8.14, James Caras; high run, 125, Bennie Allen: Schaefer, Jr., 1925; high run exhibition match, 585-Jacob Schaefer, Jr.. 1926; high grand aver

high single average, 41.60, Bennie Allen; 1941,

Willie Mosconi, eight runs of 25 and one of 126 age 2400 pts. 120--Jacob Schaefer, Jr., 1926; high

in league tournament for the championship. High run exhibition, 684-Welker Cochran, 1926.

single average, 125. 14-1 BALKLINE

CUSHION CAROM CHAMPION 1914, Willie Hoppe-high run 303; high grand 1933, Willie Hoppe; 1934-40, no tournaments. average 25.75; high single average 40.

CUSHION CAROM RECORDS 28-2 BALKLINE

High Runs-Willie Hoppe (match), 53; Ches. C 1937, Jacob Schaefer, Jr.; 1938, Jacob Schaefer,

Peterson (exhibition), 104. Jr.: 1937, Jacob Schaeier, Jr.-high run 132; high

High Averages-Willie Hoppe, high single, 11.36: single average 35.70. 1938-40, no matches.

Willie Hoppe, high_grand average, 6.43.

AMATEUR BALKLINE CHAMPIONS 71-2 BALKLINE

18-2 Balkline 1938, Willie Hoppe-high run 248, high single

1910, E. W. Gardner: 1911, J. F. Poggenburg: average 83; high grand average 42. No matches

1912, M. D. Brown; 1913, Joseph Mayer; 1914, E since. THREE CUSHION

W. Gardner; 1915, Nathan Hall; 1916, C Huston, 1910, Fred Eames; 1910, Alfredo DeOro; 1910, 1917, Dave McAndless: 1918, Percy Collins; 1919 John Daly: 1910, Thos. Hueston; 1911, John Daly: C. Heddon; 1920, E. T Appleby; 1921, Percy Col1911, Alfredo De Oro; 1912, Joe Carney; 1912, John lins; 1922. E. T Appleby, International champion; Hargan; 1913-14, Alfredo De Oro; 1915, George 1923, Percy Collins, Nat. 18-1 champion-F S Moore; 1915, Wm. H. Huey; 1916, Alfredo DeOro; Appleby: 1924, E. T. Appleby; 1925, F. S. Appleby: 1916, Charles Ellis; 1916, Charles McCourt; 1916, 1926-28, John Clinton, 1929. E. T. Appleby, AmaHugh Heal; 1916, George Moore; 1917, Charles teur Billiard Assn.; 1929, Percy Collins, Amateur McCourt; 1917, R. L. Cannafax; 1917-18, Alfredo Billiard Assn., 1929, M. C. Walgren, Amateur BilDeOro; 1918-19. 'Augie Kleckheier; 1919, Alfredo liard Assn.; 1929, R. V. Fessenden, Amateur BilDe Oro, 1919, R. L. Cannalax; 1920, John Layton; liard Assn., 1930, Percy Collins; 1931, E. T. Ap1921, Augie Kieckhefer; 1921-23, John Layton; pleby; 1932, Albert Poensgen (Germany), World's 1923. Tiff Denton; 1924, R. L. Cannafax; 1925, champion; 1933, no tournament; 1934-36, Edward R. L. Cannafax, 1926-27, Otto Reiselt; 1927, Augie Soussa; 1937-40, no tournaments. Kieckhefer; 1928, Otto Reiselt; 1928, John Layton;

RECORDS 1930. John Layton; 1931, Arthur Thurnblad; 1932,

14-2 Balkline Augie Kieckhefer; 1933, Welker Cochran; 1934, Calvin Demarest-High run, 202; high single John Layton; 1935, Welker Cochran; 1936. Willie average, 28; high grand average, 20. Hoppe: 1937. Welker Cochran; 1938, Welker Cochran; 1939, Joe Chamaco; 1940, Willie Hoppe; 1941,

18-2 Balkline Willie Hoppe.

High run, 248, Francis S. Appleby; high single

average, 60, John Clinton; high grand average, THREE-CUSHION RECORDS

18.57, John Clinton. High Runs 1919, Tiff Denton, 17; 1930, Gus Copulos, 17;

THREE-CUSHION AMATEUR 1926, John Layton, 18, 1927, Willie Hoppe, 20;

1910, Pierre Maupone; 1911, Charles Morin; 1919.

Arthur Newman; 1920, W. B. Huey; 1921. Eari 1928Willie Hoppe, 25; 1936, Willie Hoppe, 15; 1939, Joe Chamaco, 18; 1940, Tiff Denton, 17,

Lookabaugh; 1922, Frank Flemming; 1923, Robert safeties allowed. Yigh Averages

M. Lord; 1924, Frank Flemming; 1925-26, Dr. A. J.

Harris; 1927, Dr. L. P. Macklin; 1928, J. N. Boze1925, Otto Reiselt, 50 in 16 innings; 1925, Otto man; 1929. Charles Jordan; 1929, Max Shimon; Reiselt 100 in 57 innings; 1925, Otto Reiselt 150 in 1930. Joseph Hall; 1930. Max Shimon; 1930, R. B 104 innings; 1930, John Layton 50 in 23 innings; Harper; 1931, Frank Flemming: 1931-35, Edward 1939, Joe Chamaco, 50 in 23 innings; 1940; Jay Lee: 1936, Edward Lee-World's champion; 1937 Bozeman, 50 in 23 innings, safeties allowed; 1941, A. Primeau; 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, Gene Deardorff. Jay Bozeman, 50 in 23 innings.

challenge matches. High Grand Average

WOMEN CHAMPIONS 1935, Welker Cochran, 1.123.

14-1 Pocket Billiards 1940, Willie Hoppe, 1.161.

Professional--1932-39, Ruth McGinnis.

Amateur-1932-34, Gertrude McEvoy; 1935, Ruth NATIONAL THREE-CUSHION CHAMPION

Harvey; 1936-40, no tournaments. 1934, Kinrey Matsuyama. No tournaments since. POCKET BILLIARDS

RECORDS 1910, Thomas Hueston; 1910, Jerome Keogh;

Ruth McGinnis-High run, 128 (472 x 9 table): 1910-12, Alfredo DeOro; 1912, R. J. Ralph; 1913

high run, 85 (5 x 10 table). Alfredo DeOro; 1913-15. Bennie Allen; 1916, John

RED BALL BILLIARDS Layton; 1916-18. Frank Taberski; 1919-24, Ralph

1907-1908, Charles C. Peterson, Greenleaf: 1925. Prank Taberski; 1926. Ralph

RED BALL RECORDS Greenleaf: 1926, Erwin_Rudolph; 1926, Thomas Charles C. Peterson, high run, 54; Charles C. Hueston: 1927. Frank Taberski; 1927-28, Ralph Peterson, high single average, 533.

Intercollegiate Billiards

Source: Charles C. Peterson, Billiard Association of America
Five Man Teams-Straight Rail

KEY SHOT INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORES 1932, Michigan; 1933, Michigan; 1934, Michigan

Straight Rail State; 1935, Wisconsin; 1936, Purdue; 1937, Cornell;

Carleton H. Sheeley, Cornell, 111. 1938, Cornell; 1939, Wisconsin; 1940, Michigan; 1941, Cornell.

Three Cushions

Wm. Joplin, Iowa State, 49. Five Man Teams Three Cushions 1935, Michigan State; 1936, Cornell; 1937, Iowa

Pocket Billiards State; 1938, Wisconsin; 1939, Útah; 1940, Michigan;

Peter Choulas, Colgate, 130. 1941, no tournament.

KEY SHOT INDIVIDUAL HIGH AVERAGE Five Man Teams-Pocket Billiards

Straight Rail 1936, Michigan; 1937, Wisconsin; 1938, Florida; Carleton H. Sheeley, Cornell, 5.55. 1939, Buffalo; 1940, Michigan; 1941, University of Florida; Eastern, University of Buffalo; Southern,

Three Cushions University of Florida; Northern University of Wm. Joplin, Iowa State, 2.01. Michigan; Western, University of Wyoming.

Pocket Billiards

Peter Choulas, Colgate, 8.63.
KEY SHOT INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS
Straight Rail

INDIVIDUAL HIGH RUNS (NO RESTRICTIONS) 1937, Leroy Lillisand, Wisconsin; 1938, John O.

Straight Rail
Miller, Wisconsin; 1939, Carleton H. Sheeley, Cor Kenneth Brown, Wisconsin, 66.
nell; 1940, John O. Miller, Wisconsin; 1941, Ted
Davis, University of Florida.

INDIVIDUAL HIGH SIMPLE AVERAGE

(NO RESTRICTIONS) Three Cushions 1937, Wm. Joplin, Iowa State; 1938, Geo. Hansen,

Straight Rail Michigan; 1939, Edw. Bergen, Iowa State; 1940,

Leroy Lillisand, Wisconsin, 11.40.
John O. Miller, Wisconsin; 1941, no tournament.

NON-CHAMPIONSHIP HIGH RUNS
Pocket Billiards

Straight Rail
1937, John O. Miller, Wisconsin; 1938, J. L. Gei- S. M. Cohee, Purdue, 294
ger, Florida; 1939, Peter Choulas, Colgate U.; 1940, Morris H. Ingleman, Purdue, 427.
John O. Miller, Wisconsin; 1941, Lloyd Greene,

Three Cushions
University of Kansas; 1941, Eastern, Maynard
Colomais, University of Buffalo; Southern, Ted

O. H. Steed, Purdue, 9.
Davis. University of Florida; Northern, Leslie

George Hansen, Michigan, 9. Brennan, University of Wisconsin; Western, Lloyd

Pocket Billiards
Greene, University of Kansas.

John O. Miller, Wisconsin, 45.
KEY SHOT TEAM HIGH SCORES

ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE UNION CONFER-
Straight Rail

ENCE CHAMPIONSHIP 1937, Cornell, 442

Straight Rail
Three Cushions

1934, Raymond Riggs, Michigan State; 1935. 1937, Iowa State, 179.

Raymond Riggs, Michigan State; 1936, ng TournaPocket Billiards

ment; 1937, Raymond Riggs: Michigan State; 1938, 1938, Florida, 566; 1939, Kentucky, 609 disquali

Bernard Proulx, Michigan State; 1939, Nelson B.

Jones, Brown; 1940, J. E. Patrick, Indiana. fied. KEY SHOT TEAM HIGH AVERAGE

Pooket Billiards Straight Rail 1937, Cornell 4.42

1939, Henry Shabatura, Minnesota; 1940, Gibson

Findley, Florida; 1941, no tournament.
Three Cushion Billiards
1937, Iowa State, 1.49.

FACULTY CHAMPION
Pocket Billiards

(Straight Rail and Balkline) 1938, Florida 7.53; 1939, Kentucky 8.10 disquali- 1939, C. E. Edmondson, Dean of Men, University fied.

of Indiana.

English Channel Swimmers and Their Times

11 h.,

5 m.

1875 Matthew Webb, England. 21 h., 45 m. 1927 *Mercedes Gleitze, England.. 15 h., 15 m. 1911 T. W. Burgess, England 22 h., 35 m. 1927 Mrs. Ivy Hill, England

15 h., 9 m. 1923 H. F. Sullivan, America 27 h., 25 m. 1928 Miss Ivy Hawks, England

19 h., 16 m. 16 h., 33 m. 1923 Enrique Tirabocci, Argentina

1928 Miss Laddie Sharp, England

15 h..

5 m. 1923 Charles Toth, America 16 h., 40 m. 1928 Ishaak Helmy, Bey...

23 h., 46 m. 1926 Gertrude Ederle, America, 14 h., 31 m. 1930 Peggy Duncan, South Africa, 16 h., 15 m. 1926 Mrs. C. Corson, America 15 h., 38 m. 1933 Sunny Lowry, England.

15 h., 45 m. 1926 Hans Vierkotter, Germany 12 h., 42 m. 1934**E, H._Temme, England

15 h.. 54 m. 1926 *Georges Michel, France

1934 *Miss Emma Faber, Austria 14 h., 40 m. 1926 N. L. Dereham, England

13 h., 56 m.

1937 Thomas Blower, England. 13 h,, 29 in. 1926 Venceslas Spacek, Bohemia 10 b., 45 m.

1939

Miss Sally Bauer, Sweden. 14 h., 50 m. 1927 E. H. Temme, England.

14 h., 29 m. The usual route of the channel swimmers from Cape Griz Nez, France, to Dover, England, is 19 miles. *Record considered doubtful.

**Temme is the first swimmer to swim the channel in both directions. In 1934 he swam from S. Foreland, England, to Blanc Nez, France.

John V. Sigmund, St. Louis, swam nonstop down Mississippi River, St. Louis to Caruthersville, 292 miles, in 89 hrs, 48 m., ending on July 29, 1940. Sigmund's swim, checked by A.A. U. timer, supplanted the record of Clarence Giles, who swam continuously 288 miles in Yellowstone River between Glendive and Billings, Montana, June 30-July 3, 1939, He covered 288 miles in 77 hrs. 31 m. Previous unoficial marathon swim records include 281 miles by P. A. Condiotti, Parana River, So. America, in 1933 and Chas. Zimmey, 147 miles, Hudson River, N. Y., 1938.

Marble Shooting Championship of 1941

United States Marble Shooting Championship, Wildwood, N. J., July 7-11, won by Gerald Robinson, Scranton, Pa. Robinson, 14 years old. Eastern District champion, won the final of the nineteenth annual tournament twelve games to three for a total of seventy-eight wins and twelve defeats. George Wolfe, Throop, Pa., was second with eleven out of 14 games. The standings of the other

contestants were as follows:

Robert Eckman, 12, Akron, Ohio, Midwestern champion, won eight out of fifteen; O. L. Dabney, 13, Lake City. Tenn., Southern champion, seven out of fifteen; Ted Beck, 14, St. Louis, Mo., Western champion, five out of fiteen, and William Reckley, 12, Hamburg, Pa., Northern champion, two out of thirteen.

Speed Skating Records
Source: Amateur Skating Union of the United States; records made in competition as approved in 1941.

OFFICIAL OUTDOOR-MEN
Distance
Time
Holder

Place

Date

50 yards.
:05 Robert McLean..

Lake Placid..

February 6, 1923 100 yards. :09.4 Charles Jewtraw.

Lake Placid.

February 6, 1923 220 yards. :18.2 William Shannon

Saranac Lake.

February 11, 1939 Ka mlle.

:23.8
Jack Shea.

Saranac Lake.

February 12, 1930 440 yards :35.4 Charles Gorman.

Lake Placid.

February 14, 1927 y mlle. :52.4 Clas Thunberg.

Saranac Lake.

February 11, 1926 mile. 1:15.2 Clas Thunberg.

Lake Placid..

February 13, 1926 x mile. 1:55.2 Clas Thunberg.

Lake Placid..

February 15, 1926 mile. 2:38.2 Clas Thunberg.

Lake Placid

February 12, 1926 1% mlle. 4:12.6 Clas Thunberg.

Lake Placid.

February 13, 1926 2 mlle. 5:33.8 Edward Schroeder.

Minneapolis

January 20, 1934 3 mile. 8:19.6 Ross Robinson.

Lake Placid.

February 14, 1930 5 mile. 14:30.4 Ross Robinson.

Lake Placid.

February 12, 1927 INDOOR-MEN 220 yards. :18 Fred Robson.

Boston.

January 13, 1911 Charles Gorman.

St. John's.

March

1. 1927 440 yards. :36.8 Charles Gorman.

St. John's.

February 27, 1925 * mile. :23.8 Charles Gorman.

St. John's.

March

1, 1927 y mile. 1:15.6 Ben O'Sickey

Pittsburgh..

March 1. 1916 mile. 2:00.4 Percy Johnston.

Cleveland.

March 2, 1928 mlle.. 2:41.2 Morris Wood.

Pittsburgh.

February 13, 1904 Fred Robson.

Pittsburgh

February 13, 1904 1 mlle.. 4:25 Edmund Lamy

Cleveland.

January 27. 1910 2 mile. 5:54.8 Robert Hackenback

St. Paul.

January 30, 1937 3 mile. 8:58.8 Percy Johnston.

Pittsburgh

February 19, 1927 4 mile. 13:41.8 Joe Moore

Brooklyn

February 7, 1927 5 mile. 15:42.2 Frank Stack

Chicago

February 8, 1930 OUTDOOR-WOMEN 100 yards :11.4 Loretta Neitzel..

Detroit.

January 27, 1929 220 yards. :20.2 Maddy Horn.

Saranac Lake

February 11, 1939 Y mile :31 Loretta Neitzel.

Detroit..

February 12, 1929 440 yards. :39.4 Loretta Neitzel..

Minneapolis.

February 3, 1929 880 yards. 1:25.9 Maddy Horn.

Escanaba Mich.

January 13, 1940 % mile. 2:17.0

Minneapolis Dorothy Franey 4

January 16, 1938 mile. 3:15.6 Maddy Horn..

Oconomowoc, Wis.

January 24, 1937 INDOOR-WOMEN 220 yards :21.6 Dorothy Franey

St. Paul.

February 15, 1936 440 yards. :41.6 Dorothy Franey.

St. Paul.

February 16, 1936 mile. :31 Dorothy Franey.

St. Louis,

February 25, 1933 880 yards. 1:27 Leila Brooks Potter

Pittsburgh.

March

6. 1926 mile.. 2:18.1 Kit Klein

Chicago,

February 2, 1935 mile. 3:15.6 Maddy Horn.

Chicago.

April 1, 1938 Skating Results in 1941 North American Championships, Schenectady, 34 Mile-Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, FitchN. Y., January 31-February 2.

burg, Mass., 2:30.2. 220 Yds. -Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, Fitch- 220 Yds.-Senior Men-D. Lamb, Milwaukee, burg, Mass., 0:23.8.

0.18.6. 34 Mile-Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, Fitch- 19 Mile-Senior Men-L. Freisinger, Chicago, burg. Mass., 2:39

1:16.9. 220 Yds. -Senior Men--T. Elenwood, Amster- 1 Mile-Senior Men-D. Lamb, Milwaukee, 2:53. dam, N. Y., 0:19.1.

5 Miles-Senior Men-D. Bartholomew, Minne1 Mile--Senior Men-C. Leighton, Minneapolis, apolis, 14:54.8. 3.02.

14 Mile-Senior Women-Miss O. Landry Fitch12 Mile-Senior Men-L. Freisinger, Chicago, burg, Mass., 0:41.8. 1:22.8.

12 Mile-Senior Women-Miss C. Landry. Fitch2 Miles-Senior Men-K. Bartholomew, Minne- burg, Mass., 1:40.2. apolis, 5.57.

1 Mile-Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, Fitch19 Mile-Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, Fitch- burg, Mass., 3:17.4. burg. Mass., 1.28.2.

CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS 14 Mile Senior Men--T. Ellenwood, Amsterdam,

Senior Men-Ken Bartholomew, Minneapolis, N. Y., 0:37.2.

100 pts. 34 Mlle Senior Men-V. Ronchetti, Chicago,

Senior Women--Miss Carmelita Landry, Fitch2:26.4.

burg. Mass., 120 pts. 5 Miles-Senior Men-K. Bartholomew, Minne

Intermediate Boys-Bob Fitzgerald, Minneapolis, apolis, 17:23.4.

90 pts. 14 Mile-Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, Fitch

Intermediate Girls Miss Audrey Naas, Minburg. Mass., 0.43.4. 1 Mile--Senior Women-Miss C. Landry, Fitch

neapolis, and Miss Betty Knapp, St. Paul, 50 pts. burg, Mass., 3:23.4.

Junior Boys-Don Fahrenbach. Chicago, 70 pts.

Junior Girls-Miss Phyllis Nelson, Minneapolis, Final Standing; Men-Bartholomew, 100 pts.; Leighton, 85;

100 pts.
Freisinger

and
Ellenwood, 60.

Juvenile Boys_Don Laser, Chicago.
Women-Miss Landry, 150; Miss E. Gordon, 80;
Miss V. Jahn, 50. Intermediate Boys-B. Fitz-

Juvenile Girls--Miss Virginia Mazzetta, Chicago. gerald, Minneapolis, 100. Intermediate Girls

Midget Boys Glenn Chadima, Cedar Rapids,

and Lloyd Lundeen, Chicago, 40 pts. Miss R. Steininger, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 80. Junior Boys-D. Fahrenbach, Chicago, and B.

FIGURE SKATING Phillips, Saratoga Springs, tied at 90 each; both National Championships, Boston, Mass., January received championship rating Junior Girls-Miss 30-February 1. A. Heitzman, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 60. Juvenile Men's Senior--Eugene Turner, Los Angeles. Boys D. Laser, Chicago, 80. Juvenile Girls-Miss Women's Senior Miss Jane Vaughn, PhiladelG. Sherrill, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 60.

phía. National Championships, La Crosse, Wis., Janu- Senior Pair-Miss Donna Atwood and Turner. ary 25-26.

Dance Miss

MacDonald and Harold 14 Mile Senior Men--L. Freisinger, Chicago, Hartshorne, New York, 0:35.5

Men's Junior-William Grimditch, Jr., Phila34 Mile Senior Men-C. Leighton, Minneapolis, delphia. 2:08.8.

Women's Junior-Miss Atwood. 2 Miles-Senior Men-K. Bartholomew, Minne- Junior Pair-Miss Doris Schubach and Walter apolis, 5:40.

Noffke, Springfield 220 Yds. -Senior Women-Miss M. Ryan, Minne- Men's Novice-Walter Sahlin, Minneapolis. apolis, 0.21.7.

Women's Novice-Miss Dorothy Goos, New York.

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