Mrs. W. C. Dohm of New York city, widow of the late W. C. Dohm of the class of 1890 at Princeton, has presented to that college all the athletic trophies won by her husband. As the best way of connecting his gift with the athletic interest of Princeton, the university authorities have put the collection in charge of the Athletic Association. The prizes will be placed on exhibition in the trophy room of the Osborn clubhouse. The collection consists of twenty-five heavy gold medals, most of which are first prizes, and eight silver cups, with a large number of smaller prizes of various kinds. They were won in the many games in which Mr. Dohm participated, usually running the quarter or the half mile, throughout the United States and Canada, as well as across the Atlantic.
Gift to Princeton.
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