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Summary of Points by Events in Intercollegiate Meet

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Second semi-final heat.--Won by J. I. Wendell (Wes); second, W. F. Potter (Y.). Time, 24 1-5s.

Final heat.--Won by J. I. Wendell (Wes.); second,--W. F. Potter (Y.); third, G. A. Braun (Dart.); fourth, E. L. Brady (Col.). Time, 23 3-5s. (equals the worlds's record, made by A. C. Kraenzlein, Pennsylvania, 1898).

Field Events.

16-POUND SHOT PUT.

Won by L. A. Whitney (dart.), distance 47 ft., 2, 5-8 in.; second, R. L. Beatty (Col.), distance 47 ft., 1 3-8 in.; third, A. W. Kohler (Mich.), distance 46 ft., 4 7-8 in. fourth, H. G. Kanzler (Cor.) distance 45 ft., 8 1-2 in.

THEROWING 16-POUND HAMMER.

Won by T. Cable '13, distance 156 ft.; second, K. Shattuck (Cal.), distance 151 ft., 2 1-2 in, third, W. T. Englehorn (Dart.), distance 150 ft.; 2 in.; fourth, A. W. Kohler (Mich.) distance 147 ft., 9 1-2 in.

RUNNING HIGH JUMP.

Tie between Beeson (Cal.), and J. B. Camp '15, height ft., 1 1-8 in.; second, tie between A. W. Moffat '13, W. E. Sargent (Mich.), and J. F. Simons (Pr.) height 5 ft., 11 1-4 in.

RUNNING BROAD JUMP.

Won by E. L. Mercer (Penn.), distance 23 ft., 3 7-3 in.; second, F. Allen (Cal.), distance 22 ft., 10 1-2 in.; third, J. A. Whinery (Cor.), distance 22 ft., 9 in.; fourth, W. P. Thomson (Syr.), distance 21 ft., 11 1-2 in.

POLE VAULT.

Won by T. Fiske (Pr.), height 13 ft., 8 in.; second, tie between S. G. Wagoner (Y.), and M. S. Wright (Dart.) height 12 ft., 4 in.; fourth, tie between H. H. Van Kennen (Cor.) and J. B. Camp '15, height 12 ft.

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