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The annual championship games of the New England Intercollegiate Athletic Association were held in Worcester last Saturday. Dartmouth won with a score of thirty-three points; Brown came next with twenty-two; and Amherst got third place with nineteen and one-half points; while Tech., which had expected to win easily, only got fourth place with seventeen points. S. Chase, of Dartmouth, made a total of fifteen points. He won the high hurdles in 15 3/5 sec. - equalling the world's record - and made two New England intercollegiate records - in the low hurdles and the running broad jump.
The following is a summary of the events of the day:
220-yards run - H. S. Patterson, Worcester P. I., 23s.
One-mile walk - H. F. Houghton, Amherst, 7m. 17 3/5s.
Running broad jump - L. F. Soule, Bowdoin, 10m. 29 3/5s.
220-yards hurdle - S. Chase, Dartmouth, 26 1/5s.
Running high jump - S. A. Macomber, Brown, 5ft. 6in.
100-yards dash - H. S. Patterson, Worcester, 10 1/5s.
880-yards run - C. E. Bolser, Dartmouth, 2m. 4 1/5s.
120-yards hurdles - S. Chase, Dartmouth, 13 3/5s.
2-mile bicycle race - G. L. Gary, Dartmouth, 6m. 40 4/5s.
Quarter-mile run - M. E. Allen, W. P. I., 54 2/5s.
One-mile run - H. Cummings, Tech., 4m. 49 1/5s.
Putting 16-lb. shot - F. E. Smith, Brown, 38ft. 2 1/2in.
Throwing 16-lb. hammer - F. E. Smith, Brown, 113ft. 1/2in.
Pole vault - E. L. Morgan, Amherst, and W. A. Wyatt, Wesleyan, 10ft. each.
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