The final tug-of-war between the teams from Columbia College and the College of the City of New York, which should have taken place at the inter-collegiate games on Saturday last, but was postponed, was contested Tuesday morning at the grounds of the Manhattan Athletic Club. The Columbia team consisted of Oscar Bodelson, 129 1/4 pounds; John Banks, 152 3/4 pounds; F. L. Henry, 169 1/2 pounds, and W. F. Morgan, 143 1/2 pounds; total weight, 594 1/4 pounds; limit, 600 pounds. The College of the City of New York men were F. Pfeiffer, 138 pounds; R. Cronson, 141 pounds; O. T. O'Neil, 137 1/2 pounds, and F. Miller, 150 1/2 pounds; total weight, 567 pounds. The choice of position was won by the Columbia team, and, after a desperate struggle of ten minutes, they pulled the ribbon five and one-half inches over the mark.
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