The Nautilus Boat Club will hold athletic games in the Palace rink, on Clermont avenue, Brooklyn, Tuesday, Feb. 21st, and by special permission of the National Athletic Association, will have a tug-of-war contest for the championship of America. The limit of weight will be 650 pounds with a round belt, under National Association rules. The secretary of the club will be at the New Haven House, Saturday, to receive entries for Yale teams. Princeton, Columbia, Harvard, 23rd Regiment, Crescents of Tynn and Nassaus will enter teams. There will also be at the same time the following handicap events for gold and silver medals: Fifty yards dash, 220-yards run, 600-yards run, one-mile run, one-mile walk, two-mile bicycle race and running high jump, open to all amateurs. Entries close Feb. 12, with John T. Hetrick, secretary, Brooklyn P. O.
Tug-of-War Contests for Championship of America.
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