The annual Caledonian games of the Princeton Track Athletic Association for the class championship were held Monday and were won by the sophomore class. The freshmen were second, seniors third, and juniors last. This gives the sophomores the new championship cup given by John W. Garret '95. The day was perfect, and the track in good condition.
Three Princeton records were broken, W. B. Rogers '98 reducing the 120 yards hurdle record from 17.50s. to 17.50s.; J. M. Rhodes '95 breaking the Princeton 16 pound hammer record, held by himself, of 102 ft. 3.50 in., with a throw of 104 ft. 9.50 in., and A. C. Tyler '97 breaking the Princeton record, held by himself, in the pole vault, by a vault of 10 ft. 6.75 in.