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E. Carr o( Lincoln nofd C. Pon
ton out of third place in the third
day'i bowling activities with a tcore
of 616. The Lincoln howler's 016
count is the third 6K) score of the
Pepper "Peps' Up.
F. Tepper of Grand Island houril
a little "pep" in rolling into fourth
place with a acore of 5W. If. Krall.
hailing from the same burg, dumped
593 pins in the singles for fifth
C. Ponton, who w as. second in the
singles standings until Sunday after
noon, is resting peacefully in sixth
place with hi 50.1 count.
Keith Neville, former governor of
Nebraska, representing North Platte
in the singles, bowled a 459 score.
The Tepper brothers of Grand
Island are holding onto 10th place in
the doubles with a total of 1.058
They rolled on the last squad of
doubles last night.
The nine teams, which were lead
ing the team events at the Mart of
yesterday'? bowling, were untouched
by the 1 quintets that bowled Sun
day. Movie Men Score 2,590.
The Lyda Theater team of Grand
Island rolled the highest score of
the day in the team events. The
Grand Island movie bowlers hunu
up a 2,590 score. H. Krall was high
wan on the squad with a game total
of 551. :
Sam's Indians of Omaha rolled
the second best team score yester
day. The "Fop-pop boys scored
2,580. F. Simodyncs was high man
with 530. .
The Rex club of Columbus scored
2.566; Pefcgy O'Ncils. Hastings,
2,561; Metropolitans, North Platte,
2.422; Hub Clothiers, Fremont, 2,4.?9;
Armstrong Clothiers, Lincoln, 2.376;
Chase Special. Omaha, 2,368; Foli
tis brothers, Columbus, 2,306; Lin
coln alleys, No. 2, Lincoln, 2,236.
"Red" Tucker Signs
With Ernie Adams
"Red" Tucker, Sheridan (Wyo.)
itifielder, has been signed by Ernie
Adams, manager of the Norfolk
, State league baseball club.
The Sheridan player probably will
play third for Adams' team.
Captain Anson Is Doing
Nicely After Operation
Chicago, April 10. "Cap." Adrian
C. Anson, for years manager of the
Chicago National league baseball
club, was resting well at a hospital
today following a hurried operation
Saturday; The veteran sportsman
will be 70 years old April 17. He
was stricken while on the streets
Saturday and was rushed to a hos
pital. Physicians say his condition is
' Wins Skate Title
Chicago, April 10. Roland Cioni
of Akron, O., last night won the
world's championship roller skating:
tournament here with 60 points to
' his credit. .Cioni also won the 10
mile race," the final tournament event,
his time being 29:29 1-5.
Don't Buy Ready Mades
Made-to-measure clothes fit
better, hold .their shape bet
ter and wear a great deal
longer than "hand-me-downs."
If we make your
suit the price is not much
more,' but the satisfaction of
a really good suit is so much
greater...,; 7 , .,
k Suits to ordar, $32.00,
'reduced from $45.00.
Raincoats to order, $20.00.
Every garment guaranteed
perfect in fit and style.
S. E. Cor. 15th aad Harnoy
Wednesday, April 12th
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GEO. E. SPEARS
POCKET BILLIARD CHAMPION
Big Nine Colleges Prepare for
First Conference Track Meet
Strong Teams to Be in Field
Erookiugs, S. D.. April 10. The
first conference track and field meet'
of the North Central Intercollegiate
conference will be held at the South
Dakota State college athletic field
here May 27, with teams represent
ing eight members of the conference
Although it is too early for track
and fieid coaches to make accurate
predictions regarding the success of
their teams, all have put their mc:i
through indoor workouts, and now
have started outside work.
With the exception of Crcighton
university, all the institutions that
will be represented have developed
track and field teams previous to
this season. At Crcighton, Coach
Charles Moriarty is working with
collcge-grcen 'men, some of whom
are showing speed in the dashes, and
he hopes to develop point winners
in the field events.
Morningside Has Stars.
Morningside college, at Sioux
City, has developed many smart
runners under Coach J. M. Saundcr
son, who has sent winners into the
fays more frequently than any other
entry. Saunderson is strong tor the
half-mile event and is txpected to
furnish the fastest competition in
this crjtry. His quarter milcrs should
also push those of other schools,
and he usually develops good field
At Vermilion, Coach John W.
Stewart has a group of veteran track
and field men, among whom are al
most sure point winners in the
dashes, the pole vault, the high jump
and the javelin throw.
Coach Henry Bell, now at Dcs
Moines university. Des Moines, has
a habit of turn'me out good track
tmen. In Johnson, he has one ot the
best half milers and 44U-yard runners
:n the middle west.' While 'Johnson
was at North High school in that
city, he won the state championship.
Bell is expected to enter point win
ners in the weights, dashes and
hurdles, as well.
Track to Be Fast.
The North Dakota entries, the.
University of North Dakota at
Grand Forks and the State Agri
cultural, college at Fargo, are ex
pected to send some fast men.
Coach Paul Davis, at the university,
has' some -good men in 11. events,
and Coach Stanley Borleske. at ;the
Fargo institution; has a similar line
up. Both? teams, however, will be
handicapped because of a later out
door start than the other conference
members, because of weather condi
tions, x '
St Thomas college, St. Paul, has
had several tract teams that' hve
shown to good advantage.. Coach
Handles Billiard Wonder Will
Play In Exhibition Matches Here
George H. Sutton, -the, handless
billiard wonder, -will meet George
E. Spears, straight rail king, ; iu ex:
hibition matches -Wednesday after
noon and night at the Academy bil
liard parlors. Spears played here
last year, but Sutton has not ap
peared here in years.
To those who have never had a
chance to see-Sutton play, it may
seem impossible- that a man without
hands could learn to manipulate a
billiard -cue. Sutton not only does
it,. but does it with such skill that he
ranks s one of. the leading balkline
stars. At New -York city he made
the world's highest run of 799 at 18-2
balkline. ' In addition to playing bil
liards Sutton is an expert penman,
a cartoonist of merit, an expert rifle
and pistol shot, plays golf,' drives
his own auto- and does numerous
other seemingly impossible feats
without hands. ...
Spears has held the straight rail
championship for a number of years
and is a favorite with the local fans,
having appeared here several times
the last few years. He has a pro
gram of over 200 fancy shots and
will display his skill in that line after
the match games with Sutton.
Sutton and Spears are playing here
star left-hand (wiri
er of the New York
Giants, who will
lrolably pitch the
opening game and
is epectcd to do
much to land an
Joe Brandy, who came to St. Thomas
from Notre Dame, has had some
valuable experience hi track and field
events, and is expected to show some
last men, especially in the track
C. X West at South Dakota State
is expected to finish well up in the
count. His tern will be strong in
the weight and pole vault events,
with some point winners in the track
The track here will be one of the
fastest in the conference this season.
It is of the cinder variety, quarter
mile, with a good 220-yard straight
away, wide enough for eight full size
lanes. A new grandstand" ( will be
constructed along the straightaway,
which, in addition to the stands al
ready constructed is expected to ac
comodate the largest crowd ever
recorded at a track meet in South
Sidney, Neb., April 10. (Special.)
A move has been started to revive
the Lodgepole Valley baseball league,1
with Kimball, Totter, Sidney, Lodge
pole, Julesburg and Dalton in the
field. Each town will have local
players, but can employ individual
players if they choose, but must sub
mit a list of all of their players and
cannot substitute p.layers without the
consent of the league. '
Yale to Start Practice
Macon, Ga., April 10. Thirty
eight candidates for, the Yale baseball-
team arc due to arrive here to
day for their spring training. Games
with a number of southern colleges
will be played here.
Rum Into Streak
of Tough Luck
Talk about tough luck well,
"Cowboy" Padgett, welterweight,
sure has! received his share within
the last 48 hours. -
Saturday night the Schlaifer-Pad-gelt
bout was declared off because
of the "Kid's" injured hand.
Sunday morning Alvis received
word from Hutchison, Kan., that the
Padgett-Thorpe bout for April 14
was off. Thorpe has a bad hand.
An hour later Alvis received an
other wire that the Padgett-K. O..
Laughlin fight, scheduled April 25
at Tulsa was cancelled. Laughlin re
fused to fight Padgett.
'Well," said Alvis, the "Cowboy"
fights Ryan in Minneapolis April 28
at least I think he will. The Minne
apolis promoter hasn't called off the
fight not yet."
I under the management of Edgar G.
Spears, who will also bring Ralph
Greenleaf, world's 'hampion Docket
I billiard player, here April 19.
K v. A
.May Figlit in
Wrltcrwf isht Champ iffrrecl
lluut With -Cowboy" ;
JfV r.ritton. High Kiiiul't uuii6
the Knight of the Stinted Gaunt
let in the welter weight diwion, may
ineet ' t ow noy
Cola, in a M
bout in louucil
Illiitli. April 25.,
Soon after it
yetenUy that no
rould be eitired
fur Monday night
Uk-aiiM Padgett in
a 1U-roiiud en
counter, the Bluff
busy lining up H
show for April 25.
The "Cowboy" says he is will
ing to fight for the lowan April
25, so it remain for the lllutfs Ic
gion matchmaker to sign an oppo
nent. "Get .Champion Uniton," chirped
Ray Alvis, popular little manager
of the "Cowboy." ,
The legion matchmaker wired
offering the, wel
terweight king a
to exchange ring
greetings with the
Britton has re
fused offers to
fight in Omaha
because the Ne
law says there
must he a ref
eree's decision at
the end of the
I u Iowa it is
is no law in the Hawkeye state lc.
galizing the fistic game. Therefore,
Britton could fight to his heart's
content within the lines of Iowa
and not lose his title, unless he was
Rritton's manager seems to favor
fighting Padgett in the Bluffs, April
25, with no decision attached. The
legion expects to land the match to
day. Indians Finish Training
on Own Ball Diamond
Cleveland, April 10. The regulars
of the Cleveland Indians are back in
their ball yard to complete their
training for the 1922 season, which
Despite bad weather this spring.
Manager Speaker says the players
ire in pretty good shape. He ex
pressed confidence that practice to
day and tomorrow would put his
men on edge.
The regulars returned last night
from Columbus, where yesterday
they administered a 10 to 4 defeat
to the Senators. . -
The Yannigans are due to arrive
from Des Moines tonight. They lost
to that team yesterday, 5 to 1.
Clymcr Wins Two Events
in Motorcycle Contest
San Juan Capistrano, Cal..- April
10 Floyd Clymcr of Denver won
the principal event of the annual
motorcycle climbing meet here to
day, the experts' race for machines
of 61-inch piston displacement, and
the experts' event for 37-inch ma
chines as well. .
Clymcr drove a stock machine
over the 500-foot hill, part of which
is at a 75 per cent grade, in 29 4-5
seconds. . Hitherto no machine has
gone over the hill except in the open
events, in which any kind of trac
tion kis permitted.
Milan Pleased With the
Showing of Senators
Washington. April 10. The Na
tionals virtually finish their training
work today when they meet the
Georgetown university nine in their
final exhibition game, Manager Milan
docs not conceal his satisfaction over
the team's showing in taking seven
out of 11 games in the series finished
with the Bostons Braves, which ended
here vpstprrlav with a 3 to '2 victorv
for the home team. What pleases
him most about , yesterday's game
was that it was earned by two recruit
pitchers, Bnllheart and Gleason.
Pierce Wins Opener
Pierce, Neb., April 10. (Special.)
Pierce. High school opened tTie
baseball season at Wausa Friday.
Pierce won by the score of 18 to 8.
The battery for Pierce was Mag
danz, Ruhlow and J. Sparr.
HITS A MISSES
BY THE BUFFALOES-
WICHITA PALLS. OMAHA.
Summa, rf 4 2 0 0 Gis'aon, 2b 4 2 2 0
3 4 1 Mee. 3b 6 13 0
O'Brien, cf 4
M'D'n'd. 3b 4
Beck, lb 5
I II II I.ce, If 4 2 0 0
2 0 01 M'nush, cf 4 1 1
9 0 01 Griffin, rf 4 1 1
3 2 0 0 Herm'n, lb 4 9 1
3 2 6 0 Wilcox, ss . 3 3 1
0 (l l.inglc. o , I 3 S
Z 0 BuroB. p 2 2
0 0 1 0 B'g'rd'ex, p. 0 0
1 Drus-m'n, p 0 0
34 27 13 II Stokes, p 0 0
IxWilder i 1 0
xGr'ntham 1 0
I Totals 34 24 17 ,0
xBntted for Drueman In th sixth.
xxBatted for Stokes In the ninth.
Wichita Falls 4 0123100 11
Omaha 0 4000120 1 S
Two-base hits: Beck, 2: Tanner. Miller,
O'Brien, Ruth, Summa, Griffin, Mamish.
Home run: Ruth. Sacrifice hits: Kitch
ens. I.ingie. Stokes. Herman. Stolen bases:
Glslason. Griffin, Wilcox, Miller. Hits: Off
Burch. 9 in 3 innings: off Baumgart
ner, 5. In 1 Inning; off Drugman, 1 in
1 inning; off Ruth, 8 In 7 innings: off
Ramsey. 3 In 2 innings. First base on
balls: Off Ruth, 4: off Ramsey. 2; off
Baumgardner, 4; off Stokes. 1. Struck
out: Ruth. 2: by Burch. 1; by Stokes,
1 Hit by pitched ball: Miller. Um
pires: Okrie and Bowman. Time of
game: 3:00. Attendance 2,235. . .
Washington, April 10. R. H. E.
Boston Nationals 2 5 0
"Washington Americans 3 7 4
Batteries: Marquard. McQuillan. Oeah
Ir anrl O'Neil; Mogritlge, Zacharay and
Brooklyn, X. T-, April 10. R. H. E.
Nw York Americana 7 J2 0
Brooklyn NaMonals ..0 9 1
Battri: Murray and Hoffman: Ruck
cr, UoiUinier, Decatur and berry.
Swing of "Babe" Ruth's Bat
Terrible, But Swish of His Pen
Deadlier, Says French Writer
I'irU. April 10 The fame ( the?
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tin ocean and F'tiwh putlitatiotii
recently hem ftlU'4 UH the
narrative of the niper-'liisurr", t-
lie of the yj home tuns it nut br.
tug exalted in 1 unit tor the num.,
tci of frni'Ci he lias drum the Ml:
over but the dent he lu made in the ,
bankroll of the cltih opm, 1
"The kwinu of hii lut i terrible!
hut the ili of his pen i deadlier." j
mis the Uid Avcuir. refrrnng to
the kigning of the rrpoMed ,tJm,oiWi
for live year contrail.
"The viituoo f the home iuii U
alo an ace in the btiinr. end of it."
the Paris Midi comment,
"Five hundred dollar' cath time
for liittinit a barhal half at far as
I cculd hit a golf hall. lament an
j.nonyinou writer in the Pari Sport.
"Besides the tuoncv which he
gathers from hatehall. 'Ic urn Btbe
Until aUo ram enough on the Mage
to keep several famine in affluence."
tav Comoedia, a thatriial paper.
"Babe" Until might have gone on
forever knocking the covers tiff lwc
balk dolling hi rap in a borrd.wav
each time he reached the home plate
alter a circuit trip of the diamond,
y.t he would have. never been heard
of in Frame, had he not sinned for
the reported sum of SWQ.'HH) a year.
Rain Jinx Tagging
Husker Ball Team
Lincoln. April 10. (Special.)
The Cornhiiskcr baseball team
-claims that there is a "rain jinx" on
their trail. The opening game of
the season, which was to have been
played with Oklahoma on March JO,
was postponed when rain hit Nor
man. Okl., and a double-header
scheduled for Saturday also was
called off. The game to have been
played with Missouri Valley college
at 'Marshall, Mo.. April 3 was post
poned to April 4 because rain beat
the Tuskers to Marshall by a few
The clashes slated for April 5 and
6 with the University of Missouri at
Columbia, Mo., were prevented by
the Missouri field being flooded.
The Hiiskcrs returned from the
triri Saturday, rested over Sunday,
and as they prep-rd to open prac
tice today rain again interfered.
Beard High Gun in
F. T. Beard, veteran Omaha trap-
shooter, showed the butt of his
shooting iron to a big field Sunday
and captured first honors in the 100
targct registered shoot by smashing
To Lou Ruf go the honors of
being second high man in the regis
tered shoot. Ruf got sort of rough
with the targets and shattered 93 out
of 100, just to see if he could still
work his trigger nngcr.
Toe Dawson and K. A. Brown
each ruined 90 out of a possible 100
Other cori" follow full contestants
Khot at 100 targets registered): Moore,
87; Marshall. 74, Thorpe, 2: Dawson, an;
N. Gemini. 83: Hoefner. 78: niley, 8:
Hayes. 70; R. A. Brown, 90; C. A. Bivens,
07; Otto, fii; Mrs w. ;. Kamision, in;
Huntor. 76' Vlerllng, 76; Johanson. B7;
P. J. Beard. 94: Ranan. 84; Adams, 79;
Furry, 84; L. J. nufr 93.
in Bout With Beckett
London, April 10. George
Cook, Australian pugilist, was dis
qualified in the sixth round of a
scheduled 20-round bout here to
night with Joe Beckett for the
championship of the empire.
Today in Ring History
Tweiity-aeren Years Ago.
nenree Laviene (The -Saginaw Kid)
against Jerry Marshall, draw, Chicago, 8
xwenty-six lenrs go.
Tounif Oriffo bested Ueorge Reynolds,
Albany. N. Y., 6 rounds.
Frankle Neil against Eridie Hanlon,
j-wemy lcars ago.
draw, Oakland, Cal., 15 rounds.
fourteen lenrs Ago.
James Krlward- Britt knocked out by
Packey McFarland. Cohna. Cal., 6 rounds.
'JweiVB years Ago.
Tommy Burns won from Bill, Lang,
Sydney, N. S. W., 20 rounds. ,
en imrs .ig3.
rickey McFarland knocked out Willie
Schaefer. Qulncy, 111., 4 rounds.
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
In Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taite) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
LiggM V Mjeri Ttbaen Co,
Six Clubs Join
Corn Belt Loop
Jll)ilrr, Wft I'nilll. Dmlpe,
Howt-IU, Ucnucr ami
WieiuT in I .raj: tie.
l.Itii Nfl.. April 10 (Speiirfl )
,si uwiu, iiutu'linu Mivder, 'et
1'oiiii, D'iliif, HuwrlU, He cincr and
Uuner, hr ..nnr, a Wp to be
known a the tun lull lUr!4ll
Ihe Imunf i l- be p'Vtrnrd by
a board il dncili nude- up of one
reproductive i.( the pitaiputinu
town. J. R. llolte, Snyder, will
ireidi thairinaii; V. A. Ktfl,
'et Ptiint; F. J. hyeiner. Podge;
!', J. Sudan, llowclln, ti. A, Craw
ford, lleruier; A. K. ONoii, Viiht;
K, II. Ivocpe. ISci-nirr, la been clioi.
I'mpirrk of lh.it loop wiU shout
the Hartmu signal on May 7, when
Ihe YH1 voif will becin, Sep
tember 17 will brinu the final cur
tain iu the t orn licit loop.
m A iotiMitutioii lu been formed
mid adopted by the si Irani in the
league. Duly nc outidc .player
can be ucd by any of the club
with a .ilary limit of $-'5 for cadi
Much interest b.is already been
displayed in ihe formation of the
new league and ba-eball fans in that
vicinity arc eagerly awaiting the
opening games. The six participat
ing town are within a short radius
of each other and sanies abroad
will undoubtedly bc'areompanicd by
the home town fan of each club.
Dodge and Snyder wetc former
members of the I'.lkhorn league last
Training in Full
Swing at Manhattan
Manhattan, Kan., April 10. Spring
football training is going strong at
Kansas State Agricultural coIIcrc.
More than seventy youths have
chosen this form of sport in prefer
ence to the indoor baseball practicing
and track athletics.
Charles Caehmun. head coach, is
directing the football practice, which
ish held five afternoons each week.
Starting with the lighter forms of
gridiron maneuvers, such as punt
ing, running down under punts. fall
ing on ball, and passing. Coach
Bachman expects to have the men in
actual scrimmage in'a few days. The
coach also is strong for a generous
mixing of "skull practice," holding
that brain work is even more essen
tial than brawn in winning football
Only five of last season's football
team will be lost via the graduat:on
route this year.
Q. I have been told thnt a player's
Cfldille may not enter a ho rani while the
player la playinp from one. Is this pro
hihtted In the rules?
A. There Is notlifnr In the rules to
prevent much, but clubs ns a rule dis
courage etirh a praetk-e sluee It Increase
the liability of leflvins; uncovered heel
prints In the hazard, especially in sand
4 Where a ball accidentally rolls off
a tee after a player has teed it up Is there
any penalty for teem up again If the
player has already taken his stance?
A. No, there Is no penalty whether the
player has taken his stance or not.
Q. Miy a player move a rock that Is
pnrtly hurled if his ball stops say within
a few Inches of it?
A. If the rock Is hurled enough so that
It would be considered fixed In Its posi
tion. It ran not be moved. There can of
course be no arbitrary rule to say just
when a rock could be considered fixed or
not. 1 v
Q. Where two players are playing as
partners apnlnst two others, and one
knoclts his partner's ball nearer th hole,
can the ball be played from where It
A, No, It must be replaced.
Q. What Is a "kickers' handicap?"
A. A handicap medal competition In
which each player Is permitted to select
his own handicap In an effort to Rive him
a net score as near as possible to a win
nine number secretly selected by the com
mittee between two announced limits. Of
roti rue the player must select and announce
his handicap In advance of starting from
the first tee.
If any s;olf rules puzzle you. write
the Bports Editor, enclosing stumped
return envelope. ,
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos bUniti
Mdle Collin Start ,
as Mcil raw Sou Hc'm
ltegliming to Slip
New Yk. April 10-Kdd
; Collmc of I he White Sot, consul-
mi pf many fnptrtt to be base,
bsll'i treau.t wcond taikrr. It
"bprMn.' y John McGuw el
Dunne th White Soa-Giantt'
gun at tht Polo ground yitr.
day McGraw engaged hit veteran
comrad, "Kid Gleason, in con
versation. "Now." taid tht Kid, in the
court of the lete a ute, "theft i
Collins; ht's the cla.H
"Ah, yea," muted McGriw, "but
"Whyr queried Gleiton.
"Well, he's beginning to get
double chin. Ill a turt aign.
They don't cover tht ground or hu
at well when they get that way."
At lhi juncturt Eddie made a
long drive and aptared a lint
drive back ol second with one
"Lefty" Stellar Signs
With Beatrice Club
lleattue. Neb,. April 1ft, (Special
Teh km ui, I "Lefty'1 .Willie Stellar
piti-ltrr for the HaMiue' ball club in
ihe old Site Iciii'ie. and one time a .
mrtntter ci Ihe pitching stall ol Ihe
St. Joseph club f the Western
leacue. today signed a contract to
lunl for Iteatrire in the Xcbrala
State league this coming season.
Lincoln High Invitnl
to Hastinp; 'I rack Mori i
Lincoln. April 1ft. (Special.)
Lincoln High school ha received an
invitation irom the Hasting High
school to compete in a track ineel
to be held there' May 6. A a tri
angular meet between Lincoln, Uni
versity I'lare and Wilber has been
arranged for that date the locals :
w ill he unable to enter. i
Ruf Brothers Donate '
Sign to Local Gun CIul '
Louie and Lee Ruf, proprietors
of the Magnetic Sign company, of
South Omaha, have donated ihe
Omaha Gun club a large sign.
Safe or Out
' CpyrlfM. IK J.
Q. Can s, player pltrh, th.n play In
In ouiffM and thtn (Irat bas. la Ihs
A. A player mar plar any numhr rt
pn-ltloiis In lh sam tarn.. moTlnc Ima
no In (hi tlir. If h. Is not takra out
by lb manager.
Q. I'sn a bas b stolen on a cauibt
A. Vrs. It rounls a strike,
i). Whinh way muat . player turn af
ter pae-lna fimt base?
A. Kit her way. But If he makes
manifest attempt lo o la aeennri haw he
forfeit, his rla-ht to ret ura to first without
danger of being put out.
Q. If th vHtrher does not hsvs ths
hall In his possession his h. th. right to
blo-lt s bsserunner?
A. Tho ratrher has no rlfht lo htork
a haxerunner without having tho ball la
Q. Is it IsRsl to lesve a siove on ths
flelil when your side comes In to bst?
A. There la no rule against It.
Following the Horses
2-yetr-olds, mslden's purse,
furlongs: Woodland. lit
(Sterling), S.1.40, 13.40. $2.20. Whn; Car
men I'antsBes, 1)3 (Lang). $S.8, 12.10.
no micel, SJ.no. third.
Time: 4S 1-S. Armedee, Elisabeth Brlco
and Oeorgo Choos also ran.
Second ra-e, 3-yoar-olds and up. tlalm
Ing. purrt 11,501, six and one-half fur
loncs: The Decision. 115 (R. Rlcel, $12.70,
$6.30, l.i.jo, won; The Nephew. 115 (Bux
ton), $9.90. 15.40, ,,cond. rrcaented, III
fWalls), $7.nn. third. Tim,: 1:22. Ale
Hamilton. Malvolie, Lucky Girl. Ace of
Aces, l'aul Connolly, Iron Boy and llello
crosa also ran.
Third race. 4-yesrs-olds and up. claim
Ing purao $1,200. six furlongs: Ultra
Gold, 112 (.Mortis), $3.80. ti.fil, 12. IS,
won; King John, 117 (Heupel)., $4.40,
$2.60, second;' Apple Jack IT, 116
(Thomas). $2.30, third. Time: 1:1S 4-5.
Redmon. Frank Monroe and Charlie Ley
decker also ran.
Fourth race, 3-ycar-olds and up,' Fair
fax handicap, purse $1,500. seven fur
longs: Yashmak. 108 (Morey), $3.30,
$2.90, $2.60. won; Dick Deadeye, lot
(Thomas), $a.50, f 3.60. second; Flyball,
102 (Coney), $4.70, third. Time: 1:28.
Plucky and Miriam Cooper ran.
Fifth race, a-year-olds and up, purse
$1,200, one mile: Stallan, 104 (Murphy),
$17.30, $8.90. $ii.8n, won: Tom McTag
part, 104 (Thomas). $10.90, $6.H0, second;
(lain De Pause, 104 (Lang), $6.60, third.
Time: 1:43. The Archer and The Lamb
.Sixth race, 3-ycar-olds and tip, purso
$1,200, claiming, one mile and 70 yards:
(.'lean Gone, 110 (Morris), $15.50, $7.70,
$4.50, won; Sister Flo, 100 (Lang), $6.60,
$4.10, secrnd; Brined Voter, 113 (Sterling),
$3.00, third. Time: 1:47 3-6. Verity,
Searchlight ITT, Kttahe, Queen Blonde,
Fair Mace and Dorchas "Wells also ran.
Seventh race, 4-yenr-olds and up, purse
$1,200, claimti.g, one mils and one-sixteenth:
Amaze, 106 (Brooke), $36.20,
$13 20, $5.70, won; Smarty, 104 (Obert),.
$3.50, $3.9), second; Jacques, 99 (Owens),
$6.80. third. Time: 1:51. Tan II, Horeb,
AValkup, Devil Dog, Hendrle, Archive.
Challenger, Sammy Jay and Flier also
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