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Barely Trims 1
In Feature I
?* KO. CUM.ICY.
N T Au? ?.-? ? lags
Park cam* trooping down the
?lre victorious inthe Laks George
Handicap this afternoon. Hot daw*.
"ut *hat a race! Just an Inch or
two separated Sennlngs Park from
Thunderclap. Also that Inch separated
Sand* from his riding buddy
and rival. Fato'r.
11 ** a wonderful sight to see
fhe two stars battling It but In the
run down the stretch. Kator on
Thunderclap. the Rancocas stable
ntry. would have Riven anything
lo have beaten 8aad? on Brae lags
r*rk It made no difference to
Paade that he was a member of the
Kancocas stable. He Just sat down
|nd rode hl| best to beat out his
rwn horse. Just an Instance to
It0** that racing Isn't so crooked
I Venning* Park was the t to I
Isvorite on account of his great
Workouts and pull |ln weights The
llroletarlat only wanted him and as
ie> watched the spectacle they
rew squirmish. Thunderdsp was
ut in front tineannlng along with
rnnings Park at his saddle cloth,
hey ran this way until they turned
ito the stretch. It didn't look that
ennings Park would grab the
When they hit the eighth pole
hunderclap looked the winner,
snde reached for his whip. His
ackers grasped for they figured he
as licked. Sennings Park fooled
m. He made one jump and got
n even terms.
It was a duel to the line. Twenty
ret from the wire Bande mad* one
errulean urge. He got Sennlngs
'ark s head in front by a minute
>argin and that's how ?e won. It
as a sensational finish to a wonerful
Following th* usual custom of the
ut few days Perigourdine came in
lie first heat and set the form
layers dlasy. This bird, a 20-to-l
M. took the track at the start
nfe~skipped over the line first. B#ind
her finished Pahaska, the 131
( Pahaska was 1,000.000 pounds the
est. Got off poorly, sneaked
Weather clear; track fast.
Par S-jnr-oWj and up; claiming, parse
TIS; ? firVaii
fcr*. Wt. Jockey. ns.
iHfriuiftea 114 Rot*n?oa 1-3
shsaka 107 Wlfeoa 2-4
laff i?2 row* 3-5
pI1*? 97 Yrargia 4 I
i?fn< ible 110 Campbell 5 |
riatet 107 Buel 6
Avki 107 Eoaor 7
rrowbosd 119 Rnllmsn *
104 (alia ban - 9
Pnrigourdise. IS to 1, I to 1. .1 to 1;
lhaska, 1 to 2. 1 to 3; Flag. 5 to 1.
1:13 3-5. Start bad; won easily;
same. Winner, b m. 6. by Aeronaut?
im Pergord. Owner. L. B. Goldsmith,
ruber. J. P. Smith.
For 2-year-olds, conditions. 5 furlongs;
"*e f 1.701.
Jfcm. Wt Jockey. Fin.
! 113 Rayneo 1-b
pfsum 113 Rlea Jl
*li"na 1U earner 3-5
HHus?it -tis ? keogk 4
rainstorm W8 Penman ft
?tt 113 Rodrines ft
"d Fisher 108 Carroll 7
mf- Grass 113 Ponce A
ISknas 113 Partington * 0
?mtsrn 113 J oh aeon 10 i
IPOrer 10* Turner 11
lyRaH 108 Zoeller lost rider
Ultaiaa. 3 to 2. even, 1 to 2; Blgheart. j
to 5. 4 to 5; Pegasus, even. Time, |
59 2-5. Start good; won driving; plsco I
me. Winner, ch. e.. by North Star 3d?
itillo. Owner, PeUcas SUble. Trainer,
The Lake Genrg? Handicap; for 3-yesr- '
df and up; Puree 91.901; 1 mile.
librae. Wt. Jockey. Pin.
'using* Park 110 Sande i -h
ksaderclap 125 Fstor 2-5
art Jones 113 Rice 2-3
nhr Grand 104 Grunela+n 4
asksla 100 Callahan 5
m^dap Park. 3 to 5. 1 to 5. out: Thuurslap.
0 to 5, out; Paul Jones, even.
wM. 1:37 3-5. Start good; won driving;
ice same. Winner, ek. h. 5. by Jim GaffIrish
Queen. Owner. Westmoot
aMe*. Trainer. 8. P. Hsrland.
First Race?Maiden 3-year-olds
** up: purse 11,500; claiming: 6
irjongs: Black Baby. 10*; "Hlghnd
Mary. 1*6; Bloomington. 110;
I: "Nordeck. 110; Icon. 105:
breve. 105; "Billy Boots,
sot Away. Hi: "Rivulet,
a W-. 105; Clem Thelser.
reador. no; Service Flag,
:laiming; 5 furlongs: "Lina.
d Colleen. 101; War Relief,
r Time. 114; Pumps. 101;
e. 104; Ashland. 100: Wm.
1; "Midnight Stories. 102;
Suite. 104; Evelyn White.
> ? 1-year-olds and up;
.500; claiming; 0 furlongs:
10*; Mr. X. 113: The
If: Amands. 130; Guy. Ill;
ion. 110; "San Marcus,
wn Bill. Ill; "Roisterer.
irlie Leydecker. 110; Spugs.'
ackassln. 115; Applejack,
co Caruso. 125.
*aee?3-year-olds and up:
W0; claiming; lfc miles:
mite. II: "La Fondre. 102:
awn. 104; Captain Tom.
Faithful. 14; "Thunderbird
-l-Noor. 102: Hocair. 107;
ir II. 101: "Chief. I0i: "Gilt
II; Contestant. 102: Jack
n. Hendrie, 112; "Homoad,
laee ? 2-year-olds; purse
led: Border Cities Handl urlongs:
aJake Berger, 17;
105: Suave Prince. 108;
iwadee, 111; aBIUy Oann.
yn White. 101; bMartha
11; Devonlte. 100: Incog;
bjohn Finn. 124; aXevaFarm
entry; bMoore and
see?1-year-olds and up;
M; claiming: 1 mile: Lady
Water Willow. 101; The
11: Flibberty Gibbet, 112;
110; Anna Gallup. 101;
Verne, 111; "Furbelow.
Lou. Ill; "Huen, 101;
lant. 10*; Double Van.
Cares, 111: Link Boy, lit;
see ? 3-year-olds and
I1.IM; claiming: m
ntlllo. 14; .Kermak. 102:
n. 100; Rapid Stride. 107:
107; John Arbor. ||;
narr. 102; Little Ed. 107;
1*7 Mlstrenas Polly. Ill;
2; Dolly C.. 1*4; Ellison,
od. 101; AH Right S.r.
se allowance claimed of ,
cieax, track hea vy, __ (
>y An Eyelash
through on the rill ul sot within
halt a length of Perigourdlne. The
eRort took all her steam aW?y and
he couldn't catch the loader. Fluff.
a long shot dropped In the third
Tody galloped home to a grand
victory In the 8enaca soiling stake*
at t to 1. This la the Ally that
made her debut last year at M to 1.
In todays' feature ahe was played
with great confidence and repaid
her hackers well.
The play came about despite the
plunge on Billy McLaughlin which
brought his odds from 11 to S to
8 to ?. Ararat was also well played
around I to i. This cut no swath
Once the barrier flew up Into the
ambient, she hustled away and
showed the way home. Once ahe
curved into the home atreteh the
race was over. She aklpped over
the dirt ao rapidly that none of the
othera could get near her. Ararat
made a bid In the charge to the
line, but couldnt* overtake the flying
wraith. The beat he could do
was to finish second. Billy McLaughlln
came like a houae aflre
and flnlahed third.
Before the races there was a sale
of the Sanford yearllnga and aome
of hla horaea In training. Slelveconard
sold for 150.000 and Clongh
Jourdan for 87.600. They were
bought in by Larry Carey, who Is
supposed to have acted for John
Sanford. The yearlings didn't bring
the prices expected.
Med Henderson the well known
steeplechaae rider, la getting ready
to don ellka. He was out thla morning
galloping SubrahHador and will
probably ride thla timber-topper
within a few days.
Tomorrow there will be a real
clash between the East and West as
far as.the Ally division is concerned.
Miss Joy, the queen of the West la
mentioned to start in the Schuylervllle
where she will measure strides
with My Reverie, the Eastern ruler.
The latter is ready, according to
her trainer "Puddin" McDonald, and
will do her best to uphold the prestige
of this part of the country.
Y RESULTS m
The Seaera Villus Stakes. for 8-yearoM:
$1,500 added: furlong.
Horse Wt. Jockey rtn.
Tody 104 MrAtee 1-h
I Ararat 100 Coltiletti 2-2
Billy MrLaugblia 11? Kuramrr 3-1
ClanamB lot Csllahaa
Suprrwoeaan 100 Hatlman 5
Gut'nor 108 Yeartia ?
Tody. 4 to 1. .7 to ?. 1 to 2; Ararat.
3 to It t to 4: Billy MrLaaghlln, 1 to 4.
ft tart food: woa eaally: place drlrlng.
Winnrr eh. f. by Bard of Hope-Telie Doe.
Owner. W. P. Bnrrh. Trainer, W. H.
Brooks. Time. 1:12 S3.
For S-year-oMs aad up; pone, 11.701; l]
florae Wt Jockey Fin.
lady Gertrude I'M MrAtee 1-4
Pander 1M Coltiletti 2-2
Bobey Baker 1?S ltnsor 3-2
Sundial II ill Robinson 4
1 JTalr Gala 114 Turner
Moataleo 103 Callahan
Court Flew 10a Keogh 7
Lady Gertrude. 12 10 1:6 to 1; 2 to 1;
Pander. 1 to 1, 4 to S; Bobey Baker. 1 to 4.
Start had: won drirlng: place astnr. Winner
bat. ?. by Mldler-or Fltxherhert-Lady Winifred.
Owner, F. Housemsa. Tialaer, T.
Garaoa. liase. 1:30.
For maiden 3-year-olds and up; claiming;
pane. 1.701; 1 allle.
florae Wt. Joekey Fin.
Arapahoe 105 Wllaon 1-3
Curreat Eeeats 103 Coltiletti 2- li
Brigsna - 100. Carroll
Coming 105' MrAtee 4
Fern Grass 100 Bullmaa S
Larky Find 110 Keogh I
Nanvy 112 IJrklaua 7
Arapahoe 1 to 1. 1 to S. out; Current
Events. 3 tt 2, 1 li 2: Brlgsaa, 1 tt 1.
Winner rb. g. 3. by flanaonlcoB-Leagha- j
way. Owner. W. R. Coa. Tratner. K. K.
Karrtck. Tlmr. 1:40 2-3. Start good; woa
easily place drlring.
Arapahoe disquililled for foaling.
FIrat Rare?Selling: 2-year-olds;
5H furlongs: Dolman, 112; Tulwar,
109: "Doughnut, 98; Berrington, 107;
Sailing Along. 96; *Nose fclve, 97:
Ticks. 97; *Bantry Pass. 98; *Klrtie.
102. (a)*Dtincecap. 102; (a)
Dick Deadeye, 112. (a) R. T. Wilson
Second Rare?Steeplechase; maidens;
4-year-olds and up; about 2
miles: Unar. 142; Plumcot. 142; Subahdar,
142; Amatello, 142; Ivry.
142; Vera Cruz, 155; Peccant, 137;
Ben Hampton. 137; Overmatch,
137; Woodruff. 142.
TtJIni Race?Pittsfleld Handicap;
soiling: 2-year-olds and up; 1 mile;
Lunotta. 107; Ralco. lit; Biff Bang,
106: Love Tap. 100; St. Michael. 100;
aCimarron. 98; aServitor, 100; Parader.
98; Valor. 12}: Sweep Clean.
104; Devastation, m. aGlfford A.
Foarth Race?The Schuyorvilie;
fillies; 2-year-olds; 5^j furlongs;
My Reverie, 124; aMIss Joy, 127;
aFair Phantom, 127; Second
Thoughts, 124 Ultimata, 107; Modesty.
107; Vancy Shanks, 104; bSherando.
107; bRoulatte, 107. aMontfort
Jones entry. bOak Ridge Stable
Fifth Raee ? Claiming: 3-yearolds
and up; 1 mile: Anniversary,
109: "Veteran. 107: The Lamb, 119;
Joan Marie. #1; Smarty. Ill: Pickwick.
119: Wapiti, 101: aMavehona.
99; Nohant. 111. aW. R. Coe
Sixth Race?The Luzerne Handicap;
3-year-olds; 6 turlongs: Dry
Moon. 110; Brunswick, 110; Reprisal.
114; Banksia, 115; Smoke
Screen, 118; aSt. Michael, 108;
bCrocus. 120: bDartmoor. Ill; Idle
Dell. 107; 'Ten Lac, 103; Scrapie,
lit; Faunus, 98; Step Lightly, 114;
Baby Grand. 114: Frigate. 104; Messines,
110; Dcramaadele, 109. aC. A.
Cochran entry. bH. P. Whitney
. Five pounds allowance claimed.
Weather clear; track fast.
Telegraphers Trim Yanks.
The Association ff Western Union
Employes defeated the Tankee A. C.
yesterday by the score of 10 to 4.
Jett held the Tanks to three hits,
while Mushlltx, the Tankee twlrler.
was driven from the box In the
fourth Inning. Limerick had two
doubles and a triple out of three
times up. For games with t^e
Telegraphers, address 11. Jett. ninth
floor. Commercial building. Fourteenth
and F streets northwest.
Peerless Plays R. Rjj Today.
The Pesrless A. C. will hook up
with the Southern Railway nine,
rhampiopa of the Terminal League,
t a:20 today at the Union Station
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| Tradgnaa'B Sriectto?. !
rim ium-dm n*U?7*. ? "
Mn. Mlllw Atoms.
iMMi lUrt?Prmmt, taMUr.
,?nw -n- IUI? Devastates
rwtl bn-W> ?"? ?? **"
Fifth ? HAwW, rtx.
autk mam r Meaaiaes. Smoke
term. $?*? I4**ttr.
pint ?n? TwiXir, Cm. "??
"Jeeeed ??w Btmr Ttat. VflM
TktH Hti Fnrlrr Cafawi CkarII*
Feartk ?>n teM rear M. Gilt
Ftftk ten >?tw Dtlteft !? vada
K?k Farm Batry, *? " "*
Sixth Race ? Farkalaw. TH
Nepkew. Fllkkerty Gtkkett.
Sereath Ran?lUfM Stride, Oa(M?,
First Raw?Get ?-. Wlaekeater.
Beeead ?m ? Ltcateaaat Beaa,
Baa Baa. Jla O. .
Tklrt Rare ? B?a?. B?Un?w.
Faartk Race?Bread I lae. Tke ue
rialoa. KlBB. _
Flftk Bare?K.atUh Bar. * 'lull'
T"4tTk Ra?*e?By Heek. Berk.?
DEVONSHIRE RESULTS |
mat Baee?Three-year-olds and
up; foaled In Canada; Calming:
nurse 11,500; one mile; Blarney Boy.
P100 ,O?tnerl. 4.10. MS. Btstim.
98 (Huntamer). 3.80. 290. Carry
On. 10* (Hunt). 3.60. Time, 1:4? 1-5.
Viola G, Norma J. Tyrone and
Roayth alao ran.
Srcond R*e??Maidens; 2-yearolds:
clafming: purse 31.500: Ave
furlongs; Hysteria. 109 <Plcke?s).
5.35 3.20. 2.75; Bumpety Bumps. 107
(Poole). J.JO. 2.65; Gallnta. 93
(Lang), 3.65. Time, 1:05 1-5. Fedora.
Zack Terrell, and Dissolute
also ran. .
Third Raee?Three-year-olds and
UD' six furlongs: Johns Umma. Ill
(Conway). 13.95. 9.00. 6.90; Hyanpon.
Ill (Josiah). 21.15.-14.60; Trantula,
111 (H. Buike), 4.S0. Time, 1:18 3-5.
Tubby A. Wild Thoughts. Judge
Budrow, Dantxig. North Shore and
Nurse Jane also ran.
Faartk Raee?Three-year-old? and
up; purse 12.000: si* furlo"*":
Judge Ellsworth, 100 (Lang), 17 00.
4.70, S.20: Hadrian. 105 (Mooney),
3 15 2 90; Furbelow, 105 (Parke),
S.7o'. Time. 1:15 2-5. Klnburn and
Uncle Velo also **n.
Fiftk Baee?Three-year-olds and
up; the Kiawanls Handicap, one
mile and an eighth: Sandy Beal
115 (Morrlssey), 6.10, 3.45. 3.15;
Dodge, 126 (Burke), 5.45. 4.45: War
God, 100 (Harrington). 7.30. Time,
2:00 1-5- Pongee, Sir Grafton. Tribune.
The Archer also ran.
Math Raee?Three-year-olds and
ud; claiming: one mile: Mary Jane
Baker, 105 (Poole). 6.20. S.90. 2.90;
Louise Wynne. 99 (Huntamer), 7.3S.
4.40: Huen. 104 (Nuckies)., 6-90.
Time, 1:46 4-5. Normandle, John
Vergne. Speedster. Nordeck. Haekamore.
Bardora. Miss Nell and Mary
Cowell also ran.
Seventh Raee?Four-year-olds and
up: purse 31.500: one mile and a
quarter: Court Fool. 107 (Holloway)
35.10; 18.20, 8.35: Pit. 104 (Dang),
22 90, 9.35; Goldine, 94 (Gantoer).
6.10. Time 2:15 4-5. Young Adam.
Aph. Dr. Rae. Golden Dawn, Walter
Turn bow. Corydon, Capital City
and Indiscreet also ran.
First Raee ? For 3-year-olds;
purse 31.000; claiming: five and a
half furlongs: Loch Leven, 95; Get
'Em 102: Frivol, 106; CRirgiing
Water, 115: Winchester. 100; The
Moor, 102: Annette's Sister, 106;
Jack Dee. 102: Bacchanalian, 105:
Seeaad Raee?Four-year-olds and
up: purse 11.200: steeplechase:
clalmng: about two miles: James
A. Sheridan. 135; Lieut Seas, 141;
Happy Days. 137: Flying Frog,. 130;
Sea Sun, 140; Jim O., 142.
Tklrd Raee?Three-year-olds and
up: purse 31.000; allowances; Canadian
bred; plx furlongs: Adrift,
109; aBroadvlew. 102; Lucky John,
107: Somme. 110: Landless, 100:
Drummond Hill. 107: Marshall R..
107: Sadduccee. 112; aFuse. 100;
Gallou Barry, 107; Voltage, 107;
aThorncllff stable entry.
Faartk Raee?Four-year-olds and
up; purse 11.000: claiming: six furlongs:
'Dancing Girl, 101 j Sweet
Bouquet. 106; Lady Luxury, M6;
Mess Kit, 111: Kama. 103; 'Toy
Miss, 106; The Decision, 101: Breadline.
106; Gallant Groom, 106: Toe
the 7*ark. 106.
Fifth Raee?Three-year-olds and
up; purse $1,200; allowances; one
mile and seventy yards: Brisk. 104;
Claymore, 104; Rubidium, 104: Runquol,
101; Kentish Boy. 101: Clean
Gone. 107. 1
Sixth Raee?Three-year-olds and
up: purse ll.SOQ: claiming:; one
mile and a sixteenth: Tan Son, >6;
Ply Home. 105; Woodthrush, 109:
Annfut, 102; Antoinette. 105: Joan
of Arc. 110: Ettahe, 102: ?Exhorter.
107: Mormon Elder, 112.
Beveatk Raee ? Three-year-olds
and up; purse 31,200; claiming: one
mile on the turf: Dora. 100: Laura
Miller. 106; Canso. 108; Serbian. 112;
Joe Joe, lit; Chlncoteaugue. 104:
Oriental Park. 106: Cormoran, 108:
Pledra, 113; Vic Muno*. 106: By
Heck. 108; Towell, 110; Leading
Apprentice allowance of Ave
w?ather clear; track fast.
Si s 9-80
Verawrly Milter Bees' Ante Suprtj >
wa 14tk Bt, 4 Dsw Wertk ml
First Came 3iOB P. M.
AMERICA* MCAOtTB FARX
Tharsday, Aagast 4
wMwma vs. cLEtcuii .
Ticket* m sate gHMlBga. ffi
14th Pte N. U., trmrn StM A. Me im
IsM r. W.
Ti??ketn m vale at Hfcll ( ?
Of Nahe'a lonely mountain
Thia aide t Jovtsa'a ?bw,
I know no very Uttle
1 will mot mention more.
But with the aeaaos waning
Where crude facts conquer bopa
The prophet Ufa bin treatiae
"The Gurlal ?rf tha Dope."
The OM Order Cfcangeth. >
The steady inarch of the relentless
years leave all things behind except
England and Australia take the
field to name a survivor who shall
carry on for the Davis Cup. England
vs. Australia?but where are
the name* of Brookes, Wilding.
Kingscote, Parke, Roper-Barrett.
Doust and other great stars of the
The Old Doc with the enduring
scythe has the answer. A new order
was needed so the younger gen!
. ration were called upon, not so
much to win this time as to get the
needed experience for future fields.
Each side may b*ve another Brookwj
or snother Wilding in the making
Just as this pair had to All the gap
when the Dohertys had computed
The English Captain.
Max Woosman. the English Davl*
Cup captain, is a remarkable product.
He ia one of the best allaround
athletes In the kingdom
where tennis was ?nly part of hia
Aa a star footballlst and a line
cricket player he was unable to give
as much time to tennis aa he might
have done, but when the Macedonian
shout went up for Davis Cup candidates
he suspended operations In
other lines to give his entire attention
to tennla If he had made tennis
his main aport and recreation
from the start he might today have
been another Brookes.
A correspondent requests information
upon this point?"Has any
other country ever developed as
many youthful stars as the United
States?'* It is not written In the
records if any other country ever
There was Bobby Jones at 14
working his way into the third
round of a national golf championship
and two months later beating
three great professionals upon three
successive days in a Red Cross tournament.
There was Fred Herreshoff at 16.
reaching the final round of a national
championship and Travers at
18 winning the title.
Ther# was Oulmet at 20. beating
Vardon and ftay after a historic tie.
There is Tommy Hitchcock, an inte
national polet star at 21 or 22. "
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flRTI .|4rflfn I HAM1LTON result8- I
(Thurber). 7.M. 4U: Humorlat. 1M
<*urphy). ?.M Time. i:?0 4-i. CharI
There la Vincent Richard, who ai 8m,th- Overrun, Bir Nolac. Dolt
la winner of mahy blr tourna. r,en??' Jac<>uerie, Joseph Brant, Nelmenta
and who at II and IT waa Po* Ball also ran.
performing prodlgloua feata. " d Raee?aTranapero. lit (DlJonea.
Evana. Oulmet. Travera ?5\0? * t4-**' , 7*' out; N<>?ua, **
Hitchcock. Rlcharda and thla la * ?*. out: MeCobJrn. Ill
only a fragment of the llat. (McAtee), out. Time, I:H1-I. Dan^ nc?
had two youthful wondera .?nd *Baronet ?*n
. "nd 1-enjtlen. but aa a !?n *ntr>rrule
Brltlah atara come aloaa at a . *aee Weaale B-, lot (ICurmore
aedate pace. Tolley and Wcth- ? 1-M. out; Petie, Iff (T. j
red are late exceptlona aa both kowan), *-? out; Captain Scott. U2^
bare come to tall helshta at aarlv ??t Time. 1:14 1-i
a sea. ,nl* " #*rly Royal Olft alao ran.
Tho KM ar the Vetera.! - ?Chief Sponaor. 107
Aa a rule la .h. \ (Thurber), 12.# 4.76. J.?; Sudor. lot
Isry with <h? IlTj .or (ErlcWaon). S I5. i.S#; Thorny Way,
Moat of ti>. w ?r * vet<,r?n^ 164 (Gordon). ?.00. Time.
ten tlm.a ouT?of'nine* "" k,d- J.T AlrM*' C?rn Broora ',*?
theholdn?lm^ * rUI'-"r? pullln* for Kl,,k Raee?Lada Lo?e, lOSf ?Borown
atruKle -o riff, * fr?m Jheir *?now?k'). ? *?. ? ?5; Smart
they knot wJ., ,? wanln? form, OGuy. 11J (Brooke), S.H, 4JO; Some
??U And th.? ,.vVe "!n up BAl,y- 1H (J Rowan). 4.W. Time,
40 46 or Mlra't hi?L k*i! fh,t Ablaae, 8hoal. Cltla< n tut
ahlp ran? bey0nd ch?mplon- 0??- Olrl alao nn.
They like to hav. hi? . .. ??*tb Raee?Crown of Gold. K>4
middle aie and mo, ? Pro?f th*' (Gordon). 7I.H, Kl?,
?re and tello" tl,# Trol,n- 102 (Thurber). S.M, 4 00:
many of them T i"0."- 8? Au*"ral- ? ? (Meyera). 4.?5. Time,
Zbyssko at 46 tie a hr? ? l? "ee *"* N'*?nah. Pepper Sauce.
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JSTXH '? ?fifth
round of a BrltUh k i don), &1.I9, ?,56, S.20; Trlckater II.
"hip ?f * DrUUh 'ha-Plon- it, (Thurber). 4.06. S.60; Dancer. 10*
Those who have m...* .u v (McTagKart), 4.46. Time. 1:4* 1-S.
der of middle axe don't rfre to ^,1 r"" , Harr> O Naa!, 1'ledra.
that they have'paaaed Into the haa- T B?,|*?ln. Our Birthday alao
been fleldii of vanished fflory where
there it no chance left. . 1
But you And moat of the women BllCk WeOD r MdU
pulling for Vincent Rlcharda and O.. / D > ci >
Bobby Jcnea. who typify the golden bile fOr DOCK Salary
wonder of youth that la even mora
precious to a woman thin It la to a CHICAGO. Aug. J.?Intereat in aftm""
ermath .developments of the trial
j itself doesn't bother. It that resulted In acquittal of the
gives you the agility and the Mam- "Rlack Sox" centered tonigrht In the
ina. the veteran poise and judgment announcement that the otaiy one of
-?and then retires with a yawn to the discredited players holding an
let tbem flght it out. unexpired contract with the White
In the meanwhile added poi?e and fox Club. George ("Buck") Weaver.
Judgment *r* "ot to? "ur^ that probably will bring suit to recover
either a Dobby Jones or a Vincent payments that stopped when he was
Richards won't win at least one suspended.
championship before tb* autumn That others of the discredited
. n*B *r*i aflam* again with r*d and players may bring action to force
yellow glow. Confident and expert, payment of the bonus to which they
enred youth that also rarrien skill weM "entitled" when the White
and courage is a terrific rampart to Sox won second place In the 1519
take bv storm or hold in check, once , world series also was suggested,
it hits the highway at top speed, j "Weaver's contract," said his at<4G|.
~ ^ ZZ . torney. "was to have run through
Ml Utility a Vegetarian. the. season of 1S2*. He probably!
NEWPORT. It. 1., Aug. 3.?Zenzo will ask us to bring action to re-1
Shimidzu. member of the Japanese cover what is due him for 1*21, j
Davis Cup team playing here in the less what he has earned this year.
Casino tournament, drinks only He was receiving about $7,500 a
water and never eats meat. The season."
little Japanese trains on raw fruits
and vegetables and never drinks ten Near twenty-five schools in St
or cofTee. "I do very well on this I-ouls. Mo., school-boy traffic officers'
diet." he sayt. protect children on the streets. ? |
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and club men,
I popularity has
en. Noticc. for
inber of Fadma
resenuti ve meet.
TWENTY fir ^
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Opin Saturday until 3 P. M.
I TODAY! 1 '
1 Choice of the House I
I $4, $5 and $6
Six week* of Straw Hat Weather just
Mill ahead. All models and styles included. A
I few Panamas and Leghorns also at the same
1109-1111 Pennsylvania Avenue
Hart S chaffner & Marx Clothes
Roper-Miske Battle Orand Itapid* dlifutM th. fan* Ik?
tauw of Martin a action in permittl
ailed by Uovemor '' >? Itoper to remain in th* rln|
]the '"'I ten round* In spite of theLANHING.
Ui'-h.. Auc K??er w*a obwtoualy llekad
<Tiro?*sb?ck late this morning refused | c
to permit a proposed boxing match * ftght in Detroit last week
'M' "en Roper snd Miske at ('.rand I was permitted by Chuck
Rapids August 12. The refusal was J Wifflat to remain ic the nug, J*
basra mainly on reports indicating*! t-h,,ugh the fans were shouting for
thst seversl recent matches in jaction.
which Roper has psrticipated have j %
been remarkably la,kins in aerioua | japan has twelve dental achool*
fighting on the part of his oppo- , . . . . . _
n,?t? of which ten admit boys only, and.
The recent Roper-Martin flght at I two, girls only.
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