Dominick Wycavage Reading Times 27 June 1919
AMERICANS QUALIFY IN INTER - ALLIED GAMES Three Yankees Place in High Hurdle and Dash PUSHING STADIUM, France, Wednesday. June 25. Three Americans Americans qualified for the finals of the Inter - allied games in both the 110 - metre high hurdles and the 200 - metre dash. In each event tw0 Americans' won their heats in the semi - finals and one ran second. The hurdlers qualifying qualifying were Robert I. Simpson, of Chicago, and Fred W. Kelly Los Angeles, who won their heats' ana W. B. Ames, Oak Park, 111., who was second to Wilson, of New Zealand. The qaulifying sprinters were Edward Edward Teschuer, of Lawrence Ma'ss and C W. Paddock, of Pasadena, Cal., who won their semi - final heats and Marshall Haddock, jr.. Kans - as City, who ran second to Howard of Canada. Teschner's time ' was' 23 seconds flat, the best of the day. American athletes took the first three places In the grenade throwing contest. Chaplain F. C. Thompson, Los Angeles, won with a throw of 74 9 - 10 metres. Hid brother, S. C. Thompson, was second with 73 1 - 10 metres. . Domlnick Wycavage, of Luzerne, Pa., wag third. , - The soccer football team representing representing the United States, beat the Canadians in a strong finish. Postponement of the 100 - metre dash final until tomorrow, was protested protested by French journalists. It was explained, however, by Col. Wait Johnson, of the games committee, as'having been, done out of fairness to the sprinters who wished to try for a record. The track today was slow 'because of rain. The attendance attendance was small. JAJflESON OCTTOIXTED PARIS, June 26 (Havas). Ted Jamieson, lightweight of Milwaukee, was defeated on points ini a. bout here last night by Nilles, a French heavyweight. Jamieson was national national A. A. U 175 - pound champion in 1917.