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FENCINQ. JANUARY 4-New York City, Fencers' Club won the team championship in foils, duelling swords and sabres against New York A. C. by 2 to 1.

January 19-New York City, Novice Foils Competition, at New York A. C. Results: F. B. O'Connor, New York A. C., defeated P. Rosler, French Y. M. C. A., 5 to 1; Carll G. Reimer, New York A. C., 5 to 2: Charles Cathcart, New York Turn Verein, 6 to 1: Dr. E. Marcovici, Fencergo Club, 5 to 4. Rudolph Stahl, New York Turn Vereln, defeated F. B, O'Connor, New York A. C., 5 to 2: P. Rosler, French Y. M. C. A., 5 to 4; Carll G. Relmer, New York A. C., 5 to 4; Dr. E. Marcovici, Fencers' Club, 5 to 2. Charles Cathcart, New York Turn Verein, defeated P. Rosier, French Y. M. C. A., 5 to 4; Caril G. Reimer, New York A. C., 5 to 2; Rudolph Stahl, New York Turn Verein, 5 to 4; Dr. E. Marcovici, Fencers' Club, 5 to 3. Dr. E. Marcovici, Fencers' Club, defeated P. Rosler, French Y. M. C. A., 5 to 1; Carll G. Reimer, New York A. C., 5 to 1. Carli G. Reimer, New York A. C., defeated P. Rosler, French Y. M. C. A., 5 to 3. P. Rosier, French Y. M. C. A., lost all. January 27– New York City, Junior Team National Championship with

sabres. U. S. Army won against New York A. C. Team of U. S. Army: Lleut. O. A. Dickinson, Capt. George Vidmer and Capt. J. R. Lindsey.

February 7-New York City, New York Turn Verein defeated New York A. C. by 5 to 4 in finals for the Manrique Trophy. Result of Anals: F. B. O'Connor, New York A. C.. defeated C. Cathcart, Turn Verein, 5 to 4: G. F. Relmherr,

Jr., Turn Vereln, defeated c. R. McPherson, New York A. C., 5 to 2: Lleut. H. Van Blyjenburgh, New York A. C., defeated R. Stahl, Turn Vereln. 5 to 3; G. F. Relmherr, Jr., Turn Verein, defeated B. F. O'Connor, New York A. C., 5 to 4; R. Stani. Turn Verein, defeated C. R. McPherson, New York A. C., 5 to 2; H. Van Blyjenburgh, New York A. C., defeated c. R. McPherson, c. Cathcart, Turn Verein, 5 to 3; F. B. O'Connor, New York A.C., defeated R. Stahl, Turn Verein, 5 to 2; G. F. Reimherr, Jr., Turn Verein, defeated Lieut. Van Blyjenburgh, New York A. C., 5 to 1; C. Cathcart, Turn Verein, defeated C. R. McPherson, New York A. C. 5 to 4.

February 9-New York City, Competition for the Saltus Modals. New York A. C. defeated Fencers' Club In the finals by 5 to 2. Result of Finals: Allison, New York A. C., defeated Tilmont. Fencers' Club, 5 to 3; Hirsch, Fencers' Club, 5 to 0; Fraas, Fencers' Club, 5 to 3. Parker, New York A. C., defeated Hirsch, Fencers' Club, 5 to 2, and lost to Fiaas, Fencers' Club, 4 to 5: O'Connor, New York A. C., defeated Fraas, Fencers' Club, 5 to 1, and lost to Tilmont, Fencers' Club, 4 to 5. Total-New York A. C. 5. Fencers' Club 2.

February 18-New York City, Fencers' Club, New York, defeated Boston A. A. In the finals for the Eddy Trophy by 5 to 0. Result of Finals: G. C. Haas, Fencers' Club, defeated F. S. Curtis and F. W. Allen, Boston A. A.; A. S. Lyon, Fencers' Club, defeated F. S. Curtis and J. R. Gilman, Boston A. A.; Dr. D. W. Calrns, Fencers' Club, defeated' F. W. Allen, Boston A. A., and made a double touch with J. R. Gilman, Boston A. A.

February 23-Philadelphia, Pa., Intercity Competition. New York A. C. defeated Fencers Club, New York, by 3 to 2, and Fencing Club of Phlladelphla by 5 to 1.

February 24-New York City, Junior Championships of the Amateur Fencers' League of America. Result of Finals: Duelling Sword Championship-8. Pitt deleated H. H. Hirsch, Dr. F. W. Allen, and lost to Dr. D. W. Cairns: H. H. Hirsch defeated Dr. D. W. Cairns, and lost to S. Pitt. Dr. F. W. Allen; Dr. D. W. Cairns defeated S. Pitt, Dr. F. W. Allen, and lost to H. H. Hirsch; Dr. F. W. Allen defeated H. H. Hirsch, and lost to S. Pitt, Dr. D. W. Cairns; S. Pitt and Dr. D. W. Cairns tied for first place. Pitt winning fence-off; H. H. Hirsch and Dr. F. W. Allen tled for third place, Dr. F. W. Allen winning fence-off. Juntor Sabre Championship-J. B. B. Parker won with 16 points scored against; G. F. Relmherr, Jr., second, with 19 touches scored against; F. B. O'Connor, third, with 20 points scored agalnst.

March 4-New York City, Junior Folls Championship of America. G. F. Reimherr, Jr., New York Turn Verein, de!eated P. W. Allison, New York A. C., In the final by 5 to 0.

March 16-New York City, National Team Folls Championship. First Round-New York A. C. vs. Fencers' Club: V. P. Curti defeated A. V. Z. Post, 5 to 4, and G. H. Breed, 5 to 4; Dr. E. J. Gignoux deleated G. H. Breed, 5 to 3, and P. Meylan, 5 to 4; 9. Hall defeated A. V. Z. Post, 5 to 4, A. V. 7. Post defeated Dr. E. J. Gignoux, 5 to 4; G. H. Breed defeated S. H. Hall, 5 to 2: P. Meylan defeated V. P. Curti, 5 to 1. Summary-New York A. C., 4 Fencers' Club, 3. Second RoundWashington Fencers' Club vs. New York A. C.: J. A. McLoughlin deleated V. P. Curti, 5 to 1, and S. Hall. 5 to 4; Dr. S. D. Breckipridge defeated S. Hall, 5 to 3, and Dr. E. J. Gignoux, 5 to 3; Dr. S. D. Breckinridge defeated Dr. E. J. Gignoux, 5 to 1. Summary - Washington Fencers' Coub, 5; New York A. C., 0. Third Round--Dr. 8. D. Breckinridge defeated G. H. Breed, 5 to 1: Dr. S. D. Breckenridge deleated P. Meylan, 5 to 4, and A. V. Z. Post, 5 to 3; J. A. McLoughlin defeated G. H. Breed, 5 to 4, and A. V. Z. Pogt, 5 to 4. Summary --- Washington Fencers' Club, 5; New York Fencers' Club, 0. Totals- Washington Fencers' Club won 10, lost 0; New York A. C. won 5, lost 3: New York Fencers' Club won 3, lost 5.

March 31-New York City. Women's National Foils Championship. Result of Finals: Miss Dorothea Samuels, Philadelphia Fencers' Club, defeated Miss Evans, 5 to 3; Miss Barnes, 5 to 2; Mrs. Deeter, 5 to 1. Total-Won 3, lost 0. Miss Edith Evans, Philadelphia Fencers' Club, de tented Miss Barnes, 5 to 3, Mrs. Deeter, 5 to 4. Total-Won 2, lost 1. Miss Dorothy Barnes, Philadelphia Fencers' Club, defeated Mrs. Deeter, 5 to 0. Total-Won 1, lost 2.

April 4-Brooklyn, N. Y., James A. Chard, Crescent A. C., won the Long Island Championship for folls.

April 6-New York City, J. Sanford Saltus Cup. Result of Finals: New York A. C.-W. L. Bowman defeated G. Breed. E. B. Meyers and Dr. D. W. Cairns, all of the Fencers Club; H. Van Blyjenburgh defeated G. Breed and lost to E. B. Meyers, both of the Fencers' Club: Dr. E. J. Gignoux defeated Dr D. W. Cairns and lost to G. Breed and E. B. Meyers, all of tbe Fencers' Club. Fencers' Club-G. H. Breed defeated Dr. E. J. Gignoux and lost to 'W. L. Bowman and F. Van Blyjenburgh of the New York A. C.; E. B. Meyers defeated H. Van Blyjenburgh and Dr. E. J. Gignoux, and lost to W. L. Bowman of the New York A. C.: Dr. D. W. Calrns lost to W. L. Bowman and Dr. E. J. Gignoux of the New York A. C. Team Scores: Semi-onal Round --Fencers' Club deleated Boston Athletic Assoclation, 1 to 3: New York A. C. defeated New York Turn Verein, 5 to 2. Final Round-New York A. C. defeated Fencers' Club, 5 to 3.

April S-Boston, Mass., Robert von Nordront of Brooklyn, a Harvard undergraduate, won the New England folls championship. He defeated 0. D. McLaughlin of the Boston Athletic Association, the former title holder. Philadelphia, Pa., M188 Dorothea Samuels won the Pennsylvania Senior Championship.

April 22 - Chicago, Ill. Tenth annual fencing tournament of the munois division of the Amateur Fencers League of America. W. F. Grebe, Minols A. C., won the Illinois State championship la the folls, A. E. Sauer of the Illinois A, C: anisulng second, and H. G. Gellen of the Chicago Turngemeinde. third. W. H. Lerch of the Mlinois A. C. won the duelling sword championship, H. G. Gellen Anishing second, and J. W. Knox of the Illinois A. C., third. The sabre title also went to the Illinois A. C., A. E. Sauer winning Oirst place; Gellen, second, and W. F. Grebe, third.

May 1- New York City, Senior National Championshipe. Result of Finals: Folls- Dr. S. D. Breckinridge, Washington_Fencers' Club, defeated P. W. Allison, New York A. C., 5 to 4; J. A. McLoughlin, Washington Fencers' Club, 5 to 3, and Alber E. Sauer, Dilnois A. C. J. A. McLoughlin, Washington Fencers' Club, defeated P. W. Allison and A. E. Sauer. P. W. Allison, New York A. C., defeated A. E. Sauer A. E. Sauer, Illinois A. C., lost all his bouts. Duelling Swords- Dr. F. W. Allen, Boston A. A., defeated Dr. 8. D. Breckinridge and A. E. Sauer. Dr. D. W. Cairns, Fencers' Club of New York, defeated Dr. F. W. Allen and A. E. Sauer. Dr. Scott D. BreckInridge, Waebington Fencers' Club, deleated Dr. D. W. Calrns. A. E. Sauer, Illinois A. C., deteated Dr. S. D. Breckinridge. Dr. Allen and Dr. Cairns tied for first place, and Dr. Allen won the fence-off. A. E. Sauer and Dr. S. D. Breckinridge were in a tle for third place, and Sauer won the fence-ofl. Sabres-H. Van Blyjenburgh, New England division, deleated Sherman Hall, S. Pitt, Jr., and A. E. Sauer. A. E. Sauer, Illinois A. C., defeated Sherman Hall, 7 to 3, and $. ritt, Jr., 7 to 6. 8. Pitt, Jr., Columbia University, defeated Sherman Hall, 7 to 4. Sherman hall, New York A. C., lost all his bouts. Women's Senior National Champlonship: Folls--M188 Margaret stimson, Fencers' Club of New York, deleated Miss Edith Evans and Miss Marle A. Bradley Miss Marie A. Bradley, Philadelphia Pencers' Club, delcated Mlas Dorothca Samuels and Miss Edith Evang. Miss Dorothea Samueis, Phlade phla Fencers' Club, defeated Miss Margaret Stimson, 5 to 2. M188 Edith Evans, Philadelphia Fencers' Club, defeated Miss Dorothea Samuels. Miss Siimson and Miss Bradley each won two and lost one bout, but Miss Sulmon bad least number of points scored against her and son first place.

INTERCOLLEGIATE FENCING AND DUAL MEETS.
January 31--Annapolis, Md. New York Fencers' Club 5, Naval Academy 4.
February 6-Philadelphia, Pa. Harvard 5, Pennsylvania 4.
February 7-Aunapolis, Md. Naval Academy 6, 1!arvard 3.

February 13-Cambridge, Mass. Harvard 5, Yale 4. New York City, Columbla 8, Pennsylvania 1.

February 14-Annapolis, Md. Washington Fencers' Club 7, Naval Academy 2.
February 20-Cambridge, Mass. Harvard 9, Bowdoin 0.

February 21--New York City. Columbla Freshmen 5, Yale Freshmen 4. Annapolis, Md., New York A. C. 7, Naval Academy 2.

February 27-New York City. Columbia 7, Harvard 2. Philadelphia, Pa., Pennsylvania 6, Corn Il 3.

February 28- Annapolis, Md. Naval Academy 6, Cornell 3.

March 7-Phlladelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania 6, Yale 3. Annapolls, Md., Columbia 5, Naval Academy 4.

March 13-New Haven, Ct. Springfield Y. M. C. A. 5, Yale 4.

March 14-Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell 5, Columbia 4, West Point, N. Y., New York Fencers' Club and West Point tled. West Point winning the foll competition by 5 to 4, and losing sabre bouts by 5 to 4.

April 4-New York City. New York Military Academy, Cornwall, N. Y., won the national Interscholastic folls championship at the Fencers' Club, defeating the Polytechnic "Prep" squad 5 bouts to 4, and the New York Evening High School team 6 to 3. The individual title went to James May of "Poly," who lost only one of the six bouts in which he contested.

Chicago, Ill., Western Intercollegiate Championship won by Illinois. Folls-Schurecht, Illinois, defeated Ottogon, Chicago, 4 to 2: Schurecht, Illinois, defeated Knutsen, Wisconsin, 18 to 2; Ottoson, Chicago, defeated Knutsen, Wisconsin, 15 to 5. Duelling Swords-Schurecht, Illinois, defeated Ottoson, Chicago; Schurecht, Illinois, defeated Knutsen, Wisconsin: Ottoson, Chicago, defeated Knutsen, Wisconsin. Broad śwords-Grimn, Ilinois, defeated Knutsen, Wisconsin; Grimn, Illinois, defeated Ottoson, Chicago: Knutsen, Wisconsin, defeated Ottoson, Chicago.

April 10-11-New York City. 'Intercellegiate Championships (preliminarfes held March 28). Columbia made a clean sweep, with a total of 32 victories and 13 losses. Studdlford Pitt, Jr, of Columbia took the individual prize with 13 wins out of 15 bouts, and Waldo S. Shumway, Columbla, went through the sabres tournament without a defeat. The sabres championship was the first that has been held by the Intercollegiate Fencing Association. The team representing the U. S. Naval Academy was second, with 29 victories and 16 losses. Rudolph F. Hans, Navy: E. C. Miller, Yale, and H. Van Buskirk, University of Pennsylvania, were tied for second place in the individual scores with 11 victories and 4 losses each. In the sabres competition E. L. Cochrane of the Naval Academy was second, losing only to Shumway, and G. G. Bartol of Pennsylvania was third.

Columbia-A. N. Clough defeated Von Nordroff, Harvard, 8 to 7; Nickerson, Yale, 9 to 3; Casusa, Pennsylvania, 5 to 3; lost to Miller, Yale: Savage, Cornell; Von Buskirk, Pennsylvania. Studdiford Pitt defeated Glennon, Harvard, 8 to 1; Downey, Yale, 7 to 4; Nickerson, Yale, 4 to 2; Sibert, Cornell, 9 to 5: Gerhard, Pennsylvania, 7 to 3; Casusa, Pennsylvania, 4 to 2; lost none. L. H. Mouquin defeated Damon, Harvard, 9 to 6; Downey. Yale, 8 to 2; Gerhard, Pennsylvania, 6 to 3; lost to Miller, Yale; Van Buskirk, Pennsylvania.

Navy-R. F. Hans defeated Aylen, Harvard, 11 to 5; Nickerson, Yale, 7 to 3; Chapman, Cornell, 9 to 5: Casusa, Pennsylvania, 11 to 7: lost to Von Nordroff, Harvard. E. Ellsburg deleated Damon, Harvard. 9 to 8; M1!1 r, Yale, 5 to 13; Sibert, Cornell, 9 to 7: lost to Von Nordroff, Harvard; Von Buskirk, Pennsylvania. P. T. Glennon defeated Damon, Harvard, 12 to 9; Downey, Yale, 6 to 3; Savage, Cornell, 11 to 10; Gerhard, Pennsylvania, 7 to 5; lost to Aylen, Harvard.

Harvard--J. A. Aylen defeated Downey, Yale, 16 to 13; Glennon, Navy, 6 to 5: lost to Sibert. Cornell; Pitt, Columbia; Hans, Navy. S. F. Damon won none; lost to Miler, Yale; Mouquin, Columbia, Ellsburg, Navy: Glennon, Navy. Robert Von Nordroff defeated Nickerson, Yale, 8 to 3; Casusa, Pennsylvania, 4 to 1; Hans, Navy. 8 to 6; Ellsberg, Navy, 6 to 4; lost to Savage, Cornell; Clough, Columbia.

Yale--C. E. Miller defeated Damon, Harvard, 10 to 7; Savage, Cornell, 9 to 7; Mouquin, Columbla, 7 to 4; Jost none. F. D. Downey won none; lost to Aylen, Harvard, Chapman, Cornell: Mouquin, Columbia; Glennon, Navy. E. S. Nickerson won none; lost to Von Nordrofi, Harvard: Clough, Columbla; Pitt, Columbia; Gerhard, Pennsylvania.

Cornell-H. W. Sibert defeated Aylen, Harvard, 9 to 3; Casusa, Pennsylvania, 8 to 4; Van Buskirk, Pennsylvania, 6 to 4; lost to Pitt, Columbia; Ellsberg, Navy. G. Savage defeated Von Nordroff, Harvard, 7 to 5: Clough, Columbia, 12 to 10; Van Buskirk, Pennsylvania, 9 to 6; lost to Miller, Yale: Glennon, Navy. C. T. Chapman defeated Damon, Harvard, 14 to 11: Downey, Yale, 7 to 1: lost to Mouquin, Columbla: Gerhard, Pennsylvanta; Casusa, Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania-Bruce Gerhard deleated Nickerson, Yale, 8 to 5; Chapman, Cornell, 7 to 4; lost to Pitt. Columbia; Mouquin, Columbia; Hans, Navy. H. Casusa deleated Chapman, Cornell, 9 to 4; lost to Von Nordroff, Harvard; Miller, Yale; Clough, Columbia: Pitt, Columbia; Mouquin, Columbia; Hans, Vavy. H. Van Buskirk defeated Downey, Yale, 9 to 3: Clough, Columbia, 11 to 6;

Finals---H. Van Buskirk, Pennsylvania, defeated s. F. Damon, Harvard, 8 to 7; E. Ellsberg, Navy, defeated Downey, Yale, 6 to 4; E. C. Miller, Yale, deleated Hans. Navy, 7 to 5: Bruce Gerhard, Pennsylvania, defeated Chapman, Cornell, 7 to 4; P. T. Glennon, Navy, deleated NickerBon, Harvard, 7 to 4; A. H. Clough, Columbia, deleated s. C. Sardinia, Cornell, 10 to 5; Pitt,

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FENCING-Continued.

Columbia, defeated Savage, Cornell, 7 to 6: Sibert, Cornell, defeated Nickerson, Yale, 6 to 4; Sardinta, Cornell, defeated Aylen, Harvard, 8 to 2: Hans, Navy, defeated Van Buskirk, Pennsylvania, 11 to 8; Mouquín, Columbia, defeated Sibert, Pennsylvania, 6 to 5: Von Nordroft, Harvard, defeated Downey, Yale, 5 to 3; Savage, Cornell, defeated Damon, Harvard, 5 to 4; Ellsberg, Navy, defeated Gerhard, Pennsylvania, 9 to 3; Damon, Harvard, defeated Nickerson, Yale, 6 to 4; Glennon, Navy, defeated Casusa, Pennsylvania, 7 to 3; Clough, Columbia, defeated Ellsberg, Navy, 9 to 7: Von Nordroll, Harvard, defeated Sibert, Pennsylvania, 9 to 4; Savage, Cornell, defeated Gerhard, Pennsylvania, 7 to 4; Miller, Yale, defeated Vaughn, Harvard, 8 to 4; Glennon, Navy, defeated Mouquin, Columbia, 8 to 5.

Sabre Bouts-Waldo Shuinway, Columbia, defeated De Costa, Cornell, 7 to 6: Bartol, Penn. sylvania, 7 to 6; Cochrane, Navy, 7 to 4; won 3, lost 1. E. L. Cochrane, Navy, defeated De Costa, Cornell, 8 to 2; Bartol, Pennsylvania, 7 to 5: lost to shumway, Columbia; won 2, lost 1. J. G. Bartol, Pennsylvania, defeated De Costa, Cornell, 7 to 6; lost to Shumway, Columbia; Cochrane, Navy; won 1, lost 2. A. M. De Costa, Cornell, lost to Shumway, Columbia; Bartol, Pennsylvania: Cochrane, Navy; won 0, lost 3.

Team Scores---Columbia defeated Harvard, 9 to 0; Yale, 5 to 4; Cornell, 8 to 1; Pennsylvania, 6 to 3; lost to Navy. 4 to 5; won 32, lost 13. Naval Academy defeated Harvard, 6 to 3: Yale, 7 to 2; Corneli, 5 to 4; Columbla, 5 to 4; Pennsylvanla, to 3; won 29, lost 16. Cornell defeated Harvard, 6 to 3; Yale, 5 to 4; Pennsylvania, 5 to 4; lost to Columbia, 1 to 8; Navy, 4 to 5: FOD 21, lost 24. Pennsylvania defeated Harvard, 5 to 4; Yale, 5 to 4; lost to Cornell, 4 to 5; Columbia, 3 to 6; Navy, 3 to 6; won 20, lost 25. Harvard defeated Yale, 7 to 2; lost to Corneli, 3 to 6; Colum hla, 0 to 9: Pennsylvania, 4 to 5; Navy, 3 to 6; won 17, lost 28. Yale lost to Harvard, 2 to 7; Cornell, 4 to 5; Columbia, 4 to 5; Pennsylvania, 4 to 5; Navy, 2 to 7; won 16, lost 29.

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IMPORTANT GAMES PLAYED IN UNITED STATES. March 28, Naval Academy 5, Lehigh 1, at Annapolis, Md. March 31, Carlisle 10, Maryland Ag. Academy 0, at Carlisle, Pa. April 2, Naval Academy 5, Baltimore City College o, at Annapolis, Md.; Lehigh 1. Cornell 1, at South Bethlehem, Pa. April 3, Cornell 2, Swarthmore o, at Swarthmore, Pa. April 4, Johns Hopkins 3, Cornell 2, at Baltimore, Md.; Boston Lacrosse Club 7, Harvard 4, at Boston, Mass.; Crescent A. C. 9, New York Lacrosse Club, 2, at Brooklyn, N. Y. April 6, Carlisle 2, Cornell i, at Carlisle, Pa. April 9, Naval Academy 5, Johns Hopkins 2, at Annapolis, Md. April 11, Lehigh 2, Crescent A. C. O, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; Johns Hopkins 12, Pennsylvania 1, at Baltimore, Md.: Swarthmore 4. Stevens Institute i, at Swarthmore, Pa. April 16, Naval Academy 6, Swarthmore 0, at Annapolis, Md. April 18, Johns Hopkins 11, Harvard 3, at Baltimore, Md.: Swarthmore 6, Baltimore Polytechnic 2, at Swarthmore, Pa.; Carlisle 7, Pennsylvania 0, at Carlisle, Pa.; Crescent A. 0. 6. Stevens Institute i, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; Lehigh 16, New York Lacrosse Club 0, at South Bethlehem, Pa. April 21, Harvard 4, Mount Washington 3, at Baltimore, Md. April 23, Naval Academy 11, Harvard 4, at Annapolis, Md. April 25, Swarthmore 2, Carlisle i, at Carlisle, Pa.: Harvard 8, Pennsylvanla 2, at Philadelphla, Pa.; Lehigh 6, Johns Hopkins 4, at South Bethlehem, Pa. April 30, Naval Academy 3, Carlisle 3, at Annapolis, Md. May 2, Pennsylvanla 4, Penn. State 1, at State College, Pa.; Cornell 3, Crescent A. C. 3, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; Johns Hopkins 7, Carlisle 2, at Baltimore, Md. May 7, Naval Academy 8. Pennsylvania 5, at Annapolis, Md. May 9, Lehigh 7. Carlisle 2, at South Bethlehem, Pa.; Johns Hopkins il, Swarthmore i, at Baltimore, Md.; Crescent A. C. 13, New York Lacrosse Club o, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; Harvard Freshmen 3, Brooklyn, N. Y. High School 2, at Cambridge, Mass. May 23, Crescent A. C. 4, Carlisle 3, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; Pennsylvania 7, Stevens Institute 3, at Hoboken, N. J.; Johns Hopkins 5. Harvard 4, at Cambridge, Mass. May 28, Toronto University 8, Swarthmore 2, at Swarthmore, Pa. May 30, Crescent A.C. 11, Toronto University 2, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; Boston Lacrosse Club 8, Harvard 3, at Boston, Mass. June 6, Carlisle 7, Penn. State 1, at State College, Pa.; Crescent A. C. 10, Mount Washington, Baltimore, Md., 3, at Brooklyn, N. Y. June 13, Toronto Lacrosse A. A. 6, Crescent A. C. 3, st Brooklyn, N. Y. June 20, St. Catharines, Ontario, 5, Crescent A. C. 4, at Brooklyn, N. Y. June 27, Maltland Lacrosse Club of Canada 8, Crescent A C. 5, at Brooklyn, N. Y.

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ROLLER SKATINQ; NATIONAL RECORDS,

PROFESSIONAL, FLAT TRACK.
mile--Im. 31 4-59..
Ollie Moore..

Chicago.
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Rodney Peters

Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Clarence Hamilton.

Kansas City
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Kansas City.
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Chicago.
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Chicago
PROFESSIONAL HOUR RECORD8.
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Paris. . 144 --1,100

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Chicago.

1908 2m. 57 1-58.. Leon Kimm...

Detroit

1912 5m. 56s. Joseph Jordan.

New York.

. 1910 10 -33m. 20s. L. Bierwerth..

. San Francisco.

. 1909 AMATEUR, BANKED TRACK. 100 yards10s. Henry Becker.

Chicago.

1910 mile Fred Tyrell.

Chicago.

1909 1m. 13 1-5s. Henry Becker.

Chicago.

1910 2m. 328. Henry Becker.

Chicago.

. 1908 2 5m. 12s. Henry Becker.

Chicago.

. 1909 15 4910. 158. Charles Maegdetessel.

Chicago.

. 1909 AMATEUR MARATHON RACE. 26 mlles, 385 yards—1h. 25m. 8 1-58. . Chris Driscoll...

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. 1909 AMATEUR TEAM RACE. 1 1 hour 18 7-8 miles.. C. Carlson and c. Keppler Chicago.

1908 12 hours--203 1-2 Carl Carlson and Hugh Gullice... Chicago

1908 24 -349 .L. Blerwerth and O. Arnold...... San José.

1908 BACKWARD SKATING, PROFESSIONAL. mile47 2-58.. Niels Bach.

Milwaukee.

1910 -1m, 31 1-5s.. Niels Bach.

Milwaukee.

.1910 -3m. 7 3-59.. Niels Bach.

Memphis..

.. 1907 AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL ROLLER CHAMPIONSHIPS HELD AT THE PALACE

RINK, DETROIT, MICH., MARCH 12 TO 25, 1914. Amateur Championship, One Mile-Skated in eighteen heats, six semi-finals and one final, March 12 to 18. Forty skaters competed--Leon Kimm, Chicago, Ill., first; Elmer Eckman, Chicago, Ill., second; Howarth Beaumont, Chicago, Ill., third. Time-3m. 5 1-58.

Professional Championship, One Mile-Skated in elghteen heats, six semi-finals and one onal, March 19 to 25. Thirty-eight professional skaters competed-Roland (Italian), Torristown, P&., first; Rollie R. Birkhlmer, Columbus, Ohio, second; Rodney Peters, St. Louis, Mo., third. Time-3m. 6s.

BOXING.

PROFESSIONAL. Lack of space precludes the recording of bouts other than those between pugllists of prominence. The abbreviations: K. O., knockout; D., draw; R. D., referee's decision; P. V., popular verdict; F., foul.

December 9, 1913-Battling Levinsky defeated Jim Flynn, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. December 20—Sam Langford defeated Joe Jeanette, twenty rounds, R. D.,

Paris, France. December 22- Battling Levinsky deleated Jim Coffey, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. December 25- Battling Levinsky defeated Jack Driscoll, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y.

December 26-Hughle Mehegan, Australia, defeated Pal Brown, America, twenty rounds, R. D., Melbourne, Australla.

January 1, 1914-Bandsman Blake, England, defeated Dixle Kid, America, twenty rounds, R. D., London, England.

January 3- Battling Levinsky defeated Jim Coffey, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa.

January 5-Johnny Kllbane K. 0. Eddle Moy, five rounds, Philadelphia, Pa. Bob McAllister defeated Battling Levinsky, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

January 10 -Fred Welsh, England, deleated Sam Robideau, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa.

January 11-Tom McCormick, Australla, defeated Johnny Summers, England, for the British welterweight champlonsh!p. twenty rounds, R. D., Sydney, New South Wales.

January 12- Mike Gibbons K. 0. Bob McAllister, seven rounds, New York City.
January 13–- Battling Levinsky defeated Porky Flynn, ten rounds, New York City.
January 15 Jim Flynn defeated Jack Driscoll, seven rounds, stopped, New York City,
January 17--Battling Levinsky defeated Jack Connors, ten rounds, New York City.

January 19-Jack Britton defeated Mike Glover, P. V., ten rounds, New York City. Georges Carpentier, France, K. 0. Pat O'Keefe, Ireland, two rounds, Nice, France.

January 21-Batting Levinsky defeated Jack Keating, ten rounds, P. V., Bridgeport, Ct., Jim Flynn K. 0. Jim Logan, two rounds, Providence, R. I. Johnny Coulon defeated Young Sinnet, ten rounds, P. V., Racine, Wis.

January 23--Ad Wolgast defeated Joe Rivers, ten rounds, P. V., Milwaukee, Wis.
January 24-San Langford K. 0. Patrick Curran, Ireland, one round, Paris, France.
January 27 --Battling Levinsky defeated Soldier Kearns, ten rounds, P., V., New York City.

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York City. Battling Levinsky defeated Tony Ross, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa. Frankle Burns drew with Gilbert Gallant, twenty rounds, San Francisco, Cal.

Fevruary 2-Johnny Kilbane defeated Eddle Moy, six rounds, P. V., Phlladelphia, Pa. Porky Flynn K. 0, George Rodel, four rounds, New York City,

February 6-Battling Levinsky defeated Tom McMahon, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

February 7--Johnny Kilbane defeated Kid Thomas, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa. Battling Levinsky defeated Jack Driscoll, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Eddle McGoorty. America, defeated Pat Bradley, twenty rounds, R. D., Sydney, New South Wales.

February 9- Bob Moha defeated Jack Driscoll, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y.
February 10-Jack Britton defeated Johnny Dohan, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y.
February 11—Johnny Kllbane defeated Tommy Bresnahan, ten rounds, P. V., Syracuse, N. Y.

February 16-Mike Gibbons defeated Kld Graves, six rounds. P. v., Philadelphia, Pa. Ad Wolgast defeated Tommy Gary, ten rounds, P. V., Cincinnati, Ohio.

February 17--Jack Brition defeated Gene Moriarty, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
February 19-Jim Coffey K. 0. Tony Ross, six rounds, New York City.
February 23 -Mike Gibbons defeated Al McCoy, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
February 24-Jack Britton defeated Frankle Madden, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
February 26 - Jim Duffy defeated Fred Welsh, England, elght rounds, P. V. St. Louis, Mo.

February 28 Alfred Morey, Australia, defeated Johnny'summers, England, F., seven rounds, Melbourne, Australia.

March 3-Bombardier Wells, England, K. O. Bands man Blake, England, four rounds, London, England. Battling Levinsky deleated Fred McKay, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

March 5-Leach Cross defeated Phll Bloom, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

March 7-Jack Britton defeated Joe Hirst, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa. Battling Levinsky defeated Jack Keating, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

March 9- Battling Levinsky and Jim Coney drew, ten rounds, New York City.
March 10-Jack Britton defeated Kld Graves, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
March 11-Young Ahearn, America, K. 0. Adrien Hogan, France, eleven rounds, Paris, France.
March 12-Willie Ritchie defeated Ad Wolgast, 10 rounds, P. V., Milwaukee, Wis.
March 14-Battling Levinsky defeated Tim O'Neill, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa.

March 15-Eddle McGoorty, America, defeated Jeff Smith, America, twenty rounds, R. D., Sydney, New South Wales.

March 17-Battling Levinsky defeated Sallor Fritts, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. Jack Dillon defeated Dick Gilbert, ten rounds, P. V., Hot Springs, Ark. Fred Welsh, England, defeated Joe Rivers, twenty rounds, R. D., Los Angeles, Cal.

March 20-Leach Cross drew with Joe Shugrue, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

March 21 ---Joe Jeanette, America, defeated Georges Carpentler, France, 15 rounds, R. D., Paris, France.

March 23--Bob Mona defeated Battling Levinsky, ten rounds, P. V., Milwaukee, W 1s. Sam Langford K. 0. Billy Watkins, one round, New York City.

March 24-Mike Gibbons defeated Gus Christle, ten rounds, P. V., Hudson, Wis.
March 27-Sam Langlord defeated Jim Johnson, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
March 28-Jim Coffey K. O. Jack Connors, one round, New York City.
March 30-Jack Britton defeated Leo Kelley, eight rounds, P. V., St. Louis, Mo.

April 3–Battling Levinsky defeated Fred McKay, ten rounds, P. V. Brooklyn, N. Y. Jimmy Clabby and Jack Murray drew, twenty rounds, R. V., San Francisco, Cal.

Aprll 6-Johnny Kilbane defeated Gene Delmont, elght rounds, P. V., Memphis, Tenn.

April 8---Al McCoy K. 0. George Chip, one round, New York City. Joe Jeanette, America, K. O. Andrew Johnson, England, four rounds, Liverpool, England.

April 12--Eddie McGoorty, America, K. 0. Dave Smith, Australia, ten rounds, Sydney, New South Wales.

April 13–Jeff Smith, America, defeated Pat Bradley, sixteen rounds, stopped, Sydney, New South Wales. Johnny Kilbane defeated Frankle Daley. six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa.

Apr!! 14-Jack Dillon defeated Battling Levinsky, twelve rounds, R. D., Butte, Mont.
April 15—Sam Langford defeated Kid Cotton, elght rounds, P. V., Chattanooga, Tenn.

April 17--Willie Ritchie defeated Tommy Murphy for lightweight championship, twenty rounds, R. D., San Francisco, Cal.

April 21-Leo Houck deleated George Chip, twelve rounds, P. V., Youngstown, Ohio.
April 22-Johnny Kilbane defeated Bobby Reynolds, eight rounds, P. V., Detroit, Mich.
April 24-Jim Coffey K. O. Jim Flynn, four rounds, New York City.
April 25-Jack Britton defeated Kid Graves, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa.
April 28—Freddie Welsh, England, defeated Leach Cross, twenty rounds, R. D., Los Angeles, Cal.
May 2-Joe Jeanette K. 0. Kid Jackson, seven rounds, Paris, France.
May 4-Joe Jeanette defeated Colin Bell, Australla, twenty rounds, R. D., London, England.

May 5-Joe Burrell, America, defeated Marcel Moreau, France, elght rounds, stopped, Paris, France. Mike Gibbons defeated Johnny Howard, ten rounds, Brooklyn, N. Y.

May 14-Harry Stone, America, defeated Eddie Beattie, England, twenty rounds, R. D., Liverpool, Englani

May '19_Battling Levinsky defeated Carl Lewis, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N, Y.
May 20–Gunboat Smith defeated Jack Blackburn, six rounds, P. V., Philadelphia, Pa.
May 21-Jne Humphreys defeated Al McCoy, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
May 24-Jim Coffey defeated Dan Dalley. bli rounds, P. v., Philadelphia, Pa.

May 25--Fred Welsh defeated Joe Mandot, ten rounds, P. New Orleans, I a. Sam Langford K. 0. Billy Watkins, four rounds, Rochester, N. Y. Young Ahearn, America, K. 0. Private Braddock, England, eight rounds, London, England.

May 26---Charlle White defeated willie Ritchie, ten rounds, P. V., Milwaukee, Wis.
May 29-Johnny Kilbane K. 0. Benny Chavez, two rounds, Denver, Col.
May 30- Battling Levinsky and Jack Dillon drew, ten rounds, P. V., Indianapolis, Ind.

June 6-Jeff Smith, America, defeated Jimmy Clabby, America, twenty rounds, R. D., Sydney. New South Wales. Battling Levinsky K. 0. Jack Davles, seven rounds, New York City.

June 8--Carl Morris deleated Jim Flynn, nine rounds, F., Joplin, Mo,

June 9--Kid Williams K. 0. Johnny Coulon for bantam championship, three rounds, Log Angeles, Cal.

June 10-Harry Wills defeated Joe Jeanette, ten rounds, P. V., New Orleans, La.
June 11--Billy Murray defeated Al McCoy, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
June 13--Sam McVey, America, K. 0. Arthur Pelky, America, four rounds. Melbourne, Australia.

June 15-Jerry Delaney, England, deteated Harry Stone, America, twenty rounds, R. D., London, England. Young Ahearn, America, K. 0. Sid Burns, England, two rounds, London, England.

June 16 ---Joe Jeanette defeated sllas Green, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. Jack Dillon deleated Bob Moha, twelve rounds, R. D., Butte, Mont.

June 22-Tony Ross, America, K. 0. Kid Jackson, America, four rounds, London, England.

June 26-Batiling Levinsky defeated Bert Kenny, ten rounds, P. V., Far Rockaway, Now York City.

June 27-Jack Johnson, America, defeated Frank Moran, America, for heavyweight championship, twenty rounds, R. D., Paris, France.

June 30-Chas. Wernert defeated Battling Levinsky, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Kid Willams defeated Kid Herman, ten rounds, P. V., New Orleans, La. Bombardler Wells, England, K. 0. Colin Bell, Australla, two rounds, London, England.

July 1 ---Joe Jeanette defeated Jim Johnson, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
July 2--Johnny Kilbane defeated Mars, ten rounds, P. v.. Cincinnati, Ohio.

July, 4-Leach Cross defeated Red Watson, twenty rounds, R. D., San Diego, Cal. Cart Morris K. O. Al Kublak, six rounds, Fort Smith, Ark. Jimmy Clabby, America, defeated Eddle McGoorty, America, eight rounds, F., Sydney, New South Wales. George Chip K. 0. Billy Murray, afteen rounds, San Francisco, Cal. Jack Britton defeated Johnny Grimth, iwelve rounds, P. V.. Canton, Ohio,

July 7-Fred Welsh, England, deleated wille Ritchie, America, for the lightweight championship, twenty rounds, R. D., London, England.

July 11-Charley White K. 0. Stanley Yoakum, nineteen rounds, Denver, Col.
July 15-Joe Jeanette pronated Jim Johnson, 10 rounds, P. V., New York City.

July 16-Georges Carpeutler, France, defeated Gunboat Smith, America, six rounds, F. London, England.

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