Athletic Carnival A. Ollendyke
ATHLETIC CARNIVAL Thcro Are Many Eutrles for tho Various Events to Tnko l'lnee nt Athletic Park Tomorrow - Much Interest Is Mn n Host lu tho Sports. There Is much interest being manifested in the coming athletic e.irnlval to be held nt Athletic park tomorrow afternoon. The Indications now are that if the weather Is favorable there will be a large attendance. Tne games will be close and interesting throughout. The following are the events as they are numbered on the programme: OPEN EVENTS. 1. 100 yards dash. 2. 440 yards run. 3. One mile relay rao 4. 1220 yards dasii. 5. 220 yards hurdle. 0, pole vault. " " ' "' 7. 120 yards hurdle. S. one mile run. !!. running broad jump. 10. running high Jump. 11. putting the shot. 12. trick bicycle race. Closed events 100 yards dash. 220 yards dash. 410 yards dash. The following is a list of the entries for the games from the various places up and down the valley. Wilkes - Barre: John Kaiser, Harry Ies, Phillip Wels. jr., F. B. Payne, H. J. Bertie, uliam Jenkins. Cnrbondale John Newcomb, R. W. Hockenberry. Wm. Yarrington, Frank. Gates. Michael Morris. J. Purcoll. Plttston W. F. Dodge and Eugene Smith. School of Lackawanna T. Tiernev, A. Cllendyke. Claude Stokes, M. It. Tarbox, C. Bryan. H. A. Mott. Milton Forest Frazer. Unattached Floyd B. Hand. Scranton Y. M. C. A. George Orr, George Gibbs. T. J. Quinnan, Thurston Armerstett. Leon Colvin. E. G. Holwell, D. W. Manners. The following teams will participate in the bicycle relay race: Carbondale J. Newcomb, R. W. Hock enberry. F. Gates. M. Moon. Scranton Y. M. C. A. D. W. Manners, G. Glbbs, T. Armprstett. T. J. Qutnnau. School of Lackawanna C. Stocker, C. James, A. Ollendyke, H. A. Mott.