From Sept 15, 1918 NY Times article found online First place winners follow: 100 Yard - Frank J.Shea, Intercollegiate quarter-mile champion, formerly of University of Pittsburgh, now a naval aviator, 0:10 2-5 120 Yard Hurdles - C.R.Erdman, Jr, intercollegiate hurdle champion, formerly of Princeton, now a naval aviator. 0:16 1-5. One-Mile Run - James J.Connolly, unattached. 4:36 1-5. 440 Yard Run - James W.Driscoll, Boston High School of Commerce. 0:52 1-5. 220 Yard Hurdles - C.R.Erdman Jr, :25 4-5 Three mile Run - James Henigan, Fort Sloucm NY. 15:50 3-5. 880 Yard - John J.Losero, Aviation School, Mineola NY. 2:10 1-5 220 Yard - Frank J.Shea, United States Aviation School. 0:22 4-5 Shot PUt - J. Sinclair, United States Aviation School. 39 feet Running High Jump - P.J.McGarry, Unites States Radion School;5 feet 8 inches Pole Vault - E.E.Meyers, Unites States Naval Aviation. 12 feet 1 1/2 inches Running Broad Jump - Charles Arbeene, unattached. 21 feet 8 1/2 inches. Hammer Throw - J.T.Murphy, United States Navy, stationed at Hingham. 120 feet 9 inches Javelin Throw - J.McClintock, formerly of the University of Texas, now of the Unites States Naval Aviation. 141 feet.
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