FRESHMAN ATHLETIC MEETING.
In the first heat of the 100-yards dash the entries were A. E. Lawrence, F. T. Cooper, D. C. Clark and L. Lincoln, Jr. Clark won in 11 1/4 sec. In the second heat Baker won over H. G. Locke and S. Cary. Time, 10 1/2 sec. R. D. Smith won the third heat in 11 sec., his only competitor being E. S. Churchill.
The one-mile walk was not contested, W. H. Cole being the only entry.
There were two entries in the half-mile run, F. C. Weld and J. D. Bradley. The latter won easily in 2 min. 21 sec.
The final heat of the hundred-yards dash came next, and was well contested by Baker, Clark and Smith, the winner of the previous heats. Baker won in 10 1/2 sec.
R. H. Delafield, C. Guild, S. Coolidge and G. B. Somers were entered for the mile run, and all completed the distance. Delafield won. Time, 5 min. 12 sec.
A. E. Lawrence was the only entry for the hurdle race.
The contestants in the quarter-mile run were H. G. Locke, W. Baker, G. Bradford and S. Penrose. Baker won in 59 1/2 sec., with Bradford a good second.
In the running broad jump L. Lincoln, Jr., beat W. A. Stebbins, covering 18 ft.
In the running high jump the bar was started at 3 ft. 11 1/2 in. J. C. Faulkner was the first man to drop out, and he was followed by Cary and Kimball in the order given. There was a stubborn contest between W. A. Stebbins and D. C. Clark, the former finally winning with a record of 5 ft. 1 1/2 in.
The last event on the programme was the 220 yards dash, which was won by Baker in 25 1/2 sec. Penrose was his only competitor.
The officers of the course were: Referee. Dr. D. A. Sargent; time-keepers, Messrs. M. S. Crehore and R. D. Sears; starter, Mr. T. J. Coolidge, Jr.; clerk of the course, Mr. W. M. Burr.