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Thayer, a 8hlfty Memb or of the Quaker Team
FAMOUS TRACK MAY BE SOLD
Gravesend Property Is Too Valuable,1
to Lie Idle Until Racing Is
Restored In New York.
A statement made tho other day by
ono of the foremost turfmen of New
York Indicated that tho associations
fwhlch conducted horse racing there
about until this season had about glv-i
jen up hopo that tho gamo would even
lagaln be even half way legitimatized.,
Phil Dwyer, president of tho Brook
lyn Jockey club, said:
"There will bo a meeting 'of our;
club shortly, which shall decldoj
whether wo shall hold tho Gravesendi
track, which we own, or shall give It'
up and allow it to be cut into bulld-j
"I shall advise tho Jockey club to
Bell the track, for, in my opinion,;
horse racing cannot come back inside,
of two or three years. And I think)
we'd bo better off getting some return1,
from tho track by way of a sale,
rather than letting It He idle."
Mr. Dwyer and other turfmen whq
were with him seemed very much dei
pressed over tho fact that the QlttinsJ
bill (which might have allowed racing
to go on by exempting Its directors
"from personal prosecution) had noC
been passed by tho session of the
legislature which concluded a few
days' ago at AJbany.
Decide Who WIN Wear "D's."
The Dartmouth athletic council has,
voted that a "D" will be awarded this
year to each man who starts In either
the Harvard or Princeton games and!
plays the equivalent of a 'ull quarter.1
In hailing tho victor, ono must not
Tor got the losers.
Bat Nelson Is not through fighting
yet. Ho needs the money.
Somo day an "expert" will astound!
tho world by picking a winner.
With two teams relying upon klok-j
ers, why not substitute sockert
Money-mad pugilists usually aro not)
tho kind who aro a credit to tho game
Too bad football can't be decided)
on paper. It is much safer for soma
Chicago for football Is like New!
York for baseball great for a win
ping team. '
What 'has become of all those ter-j
flble Turks we once read about on the
pportlng page? j
When a drop or place kicker I
filayed up strongly beforo a big game,'
ook out for fakes. ;
. "Keying up" a football team leads
one to the belief that the play must
be purely mechanical.
The western college conference, In
which membership Is open to all,
looks like a good Institution.
Some men become childish as they!
grow old. It la reported that Tom
Sharkey loaned a man 5 without ne
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