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W. C. Dohm, of Princeton has been making some very fast time this summer in the quarter and half-mile runs. In the N. Y. A. A. half-mile run he made the remarkable time of 1 minute, 55 1-4 seconds, thus breaking the amateur record of 1 minute, 55 2-5 seconds held by Myers. On June 27th, Dohm ran in the N. Y. A. A. quarter mile handicap, coming in second, seven seconds behind the winner who had six yards start. Dohm's time was 48 seconds and a fraction. On August 19, at Asbury Park, Dohm took second plac in a hundred yards dash; and at Philadelphia he finished third in a halfmile open handicap. In the games for the eastern championship, held at Traver's Island, Sept. 14th, Dohm won the quarter in 51 2-5 seconds on a very heavy track. In the fall games of the M. A. C., he entered in the half-mile run, and when 150 yards from the finish he spurted, passing thirty-eight men and finishing second.

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