On the evening of Saturday, March 9th, the Bradhurst Field Club of New York City had a four-mile run, which attracted a record entry of 500 and an actual starting list of over 330. The race... See full summary »

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On the evening of Saturday, March 9th, the Bradhurst Field Club of New York City had a four-mile run, which attracted a record entry of 500 and an actual starting list of over 330. The race was a handicap for a series of valuable prizes to which the Imp Films Company donated a silver cup for the first team home. Prominent amongst the competitors were several winners who are to compete in the Olympic Games at Stockholm next July. The following clubs entered teams: New York A.C., Irish-American, Long Island A.C., Glencoes, Pastimes, Xaviers, Mohawks, Trinitys, Morningsides, Mott Haven, and others. The winner was Jack Gleason, of the Pastime A.C., with a handicap of 1 minute 40 seconds. Kramer, of the Long Island A.C., champion, was amongst the runners and did fast time. MacNamara, of the Irish-Americans, did the distance in 20.46, which was amateur record for the course. First team honors were won by the Morningside A.C. The reel includes pictures of Johnny Hayes, who is training ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 April 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the drama The Section Foreman (1912). See more »

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