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Sun Egret Triumphs by 114 Lengths in Bowie’s Rowe Memorial
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Derby Candidate Appears
Victor All Way—Virginia
Horses Shine.
By the Associated Press.
BOWIE, Md., April 2 —A. C. Comp
ton's Kentucky Derby candidate. Sun
Egret, the only 3-year-old in the race
here today, thrilled a crowd of 12.000
who backed him into odds-on favor
itism, by reeling off three quarters over
a slow track in l:134s to land the
eighth running of the Rowe Memorial,
w-on by Battleship, Grand National
hero, in 1930.
At no stage of the race did it appear
as if Sun Egret would be beaten. As
hp dashed under the imaginary wire,
with Jockey A1 Shelhammer shaking
his whip at him. he had a length-and
a-half advantage over Charles R.
Fleishman's Parmelee T., a 4-year-old.
L. E. Ogle's Clocks, a 5-year-old,
showed the way to the four other
Redwell Gets Rowe Trophy.
It was Sun Egret's seventh start of
the year and he has won five. Today's
purse was worth $4,250 to his Califor
nia owner. H. Guy Bedwell of Savage,
Md., who trains the colt, was presented
a handsome silver trophy by General
Manager Joseph B. Boyle of the South
ern Maryland Agricultural Association.
The trophy was donated to the race
by Mrs. James Rowe, widow of the late
trainer of the Greentree Stable, in
whose memory the event was pro
Clocks did the expected by going out
to set the pare. Higher Cloud, a 5
year-old. went along witji them, while
Sun Egret was snugged in third place.
This was the order in the run down
the back stretch.
In Lead at Eighth Pole.
In the run around the elbow into
the home lane, Sun Egret moved up
fast and was in command at the
eighth pole. From there on home he
easily held his opponents safe. In the
meantime Parmelee T. came with a
rush to take second money from
Paying a $25.10 mutuel to set a
new high for the meeting, Royal
Threat came from off the pace to de
feat Infilee by a length in the sixth
race under a fine ride by Manny Berg.
Btrophe was third in the field of eight
operating over the mile and a six
teenth course. The winner was clocked
In 1:53.
R. A. Coward's Galon Boy. second
Choice in the three-quarters of the
second race, broke last in the 11-horse
field, but Charley Corbett brought the
gelding from far out of it to win over
C. L. Carroll's Rosarin and Miss E. M.
Hayman's Dona Dulcin in the order
Virginia Horses Score.
William Zelgler, jr„ of Middleburg,
Va., furnished the winner of the day's
opener when Polly Fair led a half
dozen other 2-year-olds over the half
, mile route. Those fans coupling her
In the daily double with Galon Boy
collected $21.20.
Another Virginia-owned horse scored
when A. H. Utterback's Nadir outran
several other platers in the one and a
sixteenth miles of the fourth. The
gelding clung to the inner rail
throughout to take command in the
stretch and then just last to win.
Bowie Results
FIRST RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming:
J-year-olds; 4 furlongs.
Polly Fair 'Wall' 6.30 3.00 2.70
Mystery Miss 'Shelhamer) 7.80 5.on
Barker 'Wright) 3.70
Time. 0:40V
Also ran—Emma H.. Buff Ryan. Wakita.
Bold Lad.
SECOND RACE—Purse. $1,000; claim
ing; 4-year-olds and up; 6 furlongs.
Galon Boy 'Corbett) 7.80 4.70 4.40
Rosarlan 'Gilbert i 13.80 9.50
Dona Dulcin 'De Camillis) 13.10
Time, i: 15 V
Also ran—Ladino. Bread King. Irene's
, Bob Red Label, Working Girl. Zowie.
Prince Turley Happy Host.
'Dally Double paid $21.20.)
THIRD RACE—Purse. $1,000; maiden
8-year-old fillies: 5'a furlongs.
Dog Flower 'Corbett) 10.20 4.20 3.00
Botro ' Wright i 3,30 2.50
Vestale (Smith) 3.30
Time. 1 :08V
Also ran—Depthbomb, Petite Fille. Any
Woman. Bud's Queen. Lilting. Happy
Chase. Loleet. Need More. Wanted.
FOURTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claim
ing: 4-year-olds and up (first division):
1 miles.
Nadir 'Villalobo! 14.80 5.90 3.00
Baby Way 'Driscoll) 3.50 2.70
Judge Hasten (Berger) 2.90
Time. 1 :52.
Also ran—Flying Feet, Pencader, Ross,
Advocate Junior.
FIFTH RACE—Purse. $5,000 added:
8-year-nlds and up; Rowe Memorial
Handicap: 6 furlongs.
Sun Egret (Shelhamer) 3.70 2.90 2.40
Parmelee T. (Wall) 7:30 3.80
Clocks (Eccard) 4.30
Time 1:13*,.
Also ran—Gerald. Grand Slam, Wise
Prince. Higher Cloud. Piccolo.
, SIXTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming
fsecond division); 4-year-olds and up.
Royal Tread (Berger) 25.10 10 30 7.40
Inftlee iDe CamiUtsi 9.50 6.60
Btrophe (Dillddo) 10.80
Time. 1:53.
Also ran—Golden Throne. Zembla, H
ehester. Toothpick and Sea Dove.
SEVENTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: <third
envision): claiming: 4-year-olds and up;
1,’« miles.
Chlllie Ebbie (Napier) 13.90 5.10 4.50
Moralist (Wright i 3.20 3.00
Elsie J. (Villalobo) 8.50
Time. 1:53 V
Also ran—Counter Pass. Eudes. Tuley
fles Star. Three Daggers and Dunrita.
Douglas High of Baltimore Is
40-25 Winner in Pool.
Howard University’s freshmen swim
ming team lost to Douglas High of
Baltimore, 40-25, yesterday in the
Howard pool. Maurice Jackson won
both the 40-yard swim and diving con
test for the losers.
It was the first competition of the
•eason for the frosh.
4n-yard swim—Won bv Jackson (How
ard): second. Johnson (Douglas); third.
Jeffries (Howard).
inn-yard breast stroke—Won by Haynes
(Douglas); second. Skyles (Douglas). Time.
inn-yard back stroke—Won by Kennard
(Douglas): second, Henderson (Howard);
third. Gibson (Douglas). Time. 1:20.
220-yard swim—Won bv Lamsey (Doug
las); second. Smith (Douglas); third. Man
einl (Howard). Time. 3:05.
mn-yard swim—Won bv Jackson (How
ard): second Garrison (Douglas); third.
Holsey iDoualas). Time. 1:02.
Diving—Won bv Jackson (Howard):
second. Oarrol (Douglas); third. Rich
inn-yard medley—Won bv Howard.
150-yard relay—Won by Douglas.
Softballers Dolph Biggs, Neal But
terfield. Lester Bowers, Jack Brafford,
Eddie Schafner, Pete Johnson, Arch
• Via. Earl McPearson, Harry Stevens,
- Fred Utterback, Roy Chilton, Arthur
Kibler and Leonard Cunningham are
requested to report at 2712 Columbia
pike, Arlington, Va., at 8 p.m. tomor
row for a meeting.
Handicav at the Bowie track 'yesterday1 heatina^n t the teat"re 'v™1- A C. Compton’s horse is well ahead of with Clocks (No. 2j in third spot with Wise Prince (No. 4>~
nauawap ai me tsouie tracK yesteraay, beating a good field the group striving for second place. Parmelee (No. 9/ ivas next yetting fourth. _a P Photo
Filly Has Been Worse Than
Second Only Once in
Eleven Starts.
By the Associated Press.
TROPICAL PARK, Fla., April 2 —
Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' Sweet Patrice,
acknowledged queen of the 2-year-old
fillies in training here, raced to her
fourth straight victory in the Viscaya
Purse, chief juvenile event of the
meeting which had its next-to-last
Saturday program this afternoon. The
machine-like brown daughter of Hal
cyon, under 119 pounds, gave weight
and a thorough trouncing to eight
others while scoring by three lengths
under Eddie Arcaro.
Townsend B. Martin's Throttle
Wide, the second choice, was second
by four lengths, while W. H. Gal
lagher's Kate Smith easily defeated
Handiboy for the show position.
About 10.000 fans saw Sweet Patrice,
a filly that apparently thrives on rac
ing, complete the half-mile trip in
0.47 3-5. She was a $3 30-for-$2
Unbeaten at Tropical.
At this early stage of her career.
Sweet Patrice has been sent postward
11 times. She has won five races, her
last four at this track, where she re
mains unbeaten. She has been worse
than second on only one occasion, and
then she finished third.
Sweet Patrice was off flying. She
quickly drew clear of the field as they
sailed around the first turn, with
Throttle Wide holding down second
position by a wide margin over Kate
Smith. The running order of the
first five horses never changed.
Tropical Park
By the Associated Press.
FIRST RACE—Purse. $800; claiming;
•3-year-olds and up: 0 furlongs.
Speed Limit (Wholey) 37.30 15.30 6.90
Blakeen <L>nch> 4.20 3.00
Takawalk (Barba) 3.50
Time 1:12\v
Also ran—Hildegard. Jane K., Burning
Billows. Zac Time. Foxo.
SECOND RACE—Purse. $800; claiming;
3- year-olds and up. 1 miles.
Bob Charlie <McCombs) 8.<M> 4 40 3.50
Trujillo (Hartlei 5.00 4.30
Malice (Compton) 9.00
Time. 1 :4X.
Also ran—Spotless Step Aside. Speed
Queen. War Echoes. My Peter. Herondas
Elwawa. Tut Tut.
'Daily Double paid $238 for $2.)
THIRD RACE—Purse. $800; claiming;
4- year-olds and up; 6 furlongs.
Narise 'Lynch) 20.00 7.90 4.20
Say When (Bierman) 5.40 3.40
High Image (Donoso) 3.lo
Time 1:12.
Also ran—Nemont. Good King. Seminole
Queen, Jildac Rose. Osirando.
FOURTH RACE—Purse, $900: claiming; ;
3- year-olds: 1miles.
Findon <Bierman» 30.10 5.10 4.30
Maetake 'McCombs) 5.00 3.50
Do It 'Huff' 8.70
Time. 1:48.
Also ran—Check Signal, Dusky Maid.
Sweet Showno and Brogan.
FIFTH RACE—Purse. $2,000: allow
ances; 2-year-olds; Viseaya Purse: 4
Slweet Patrice 'Arcaro) 3.30 2.70 2.50
Throttle Wide 'Mora) 3.60 3.7 0
Kate Smith iBarba) 4.10
Time ():473-,.
Also ran—Wise Hildred. Blue Star,
Handiboy, Roidef, Maerod. Jack Horner.
SIXTH RACE—Purse. $900; claiming;
4- year-olds and up: 6 furlongs.
Little Jock 'Compton) 24.50 8.10 4.30
Faust (McCombs) 3.30 2.50
Lipton (McTague) 3.50
Time, l :11 >
Also ran—Blind Pig. Manrico, Black
Mistress. ♦
. SEVENTH RACE—Purse. $900; claim
ing: 4-year-olds and up; 1 mile and 60
Velociter (McCombs) 39.10 13.00 7.70
Stone Martin (Dupps) 5.20 3 30
Espinaca (Merritt) 4 70
Time. 1:42$*.
__, A iso rail-—Count Maurice. Night Raven.
Kindred Spirit. Scudder. Be Big, Two
Tricks and Brandon Prince.
EIGHTH RACE—Purse. $800: claiming;
3-year-olds and up: 1,»« miles.
Berrv Patch (R. Merritt) 7.10 4.80 3.40
Blind Brook (Cornay) 6 60 4 00
Makeit (Albrecht) U 4
Time. 1:47S.
basUc° B°m
Lincoln Playground Girls Beat
Sportet Basketers, 32-16.
The girls’ basket ball team of the
Lincoln Playground won the colored
court championship yesterday when
they announced the Sportets of Alex
andria, 32-16, on the Twelfth Street
Y. M. C. A. court.
Elma Ellison of Alexandria and
Mary Butler shared high scoring
honors with 10 points each. Lincoln
led, 18-8, at intermission.
Race Selections
Bowie (Muddy).
(Bv the Louisville Times.)
1— Sir Ten, Pompeius, Felwyn.
2— Trolight, Free Ride, Can Bloom.
3— Bartering Kate, Chancing, Aureate.
4— No selections.
5— Flying Wild, Mighty Sweet, Ghost
6— Old Field, Advocate Junior, Morun.
7— Chatterdoo, Airlap, Lone Hand.
Best bet—Bartering Kate.
Consensus at Bowie (Good).
' Bv the Associated Press.)
1— Apprehend. Red Nose, John Wer
2— Prowl. Free Ride, Annino.
3— Bartering Kate, My Elsie, Pam
4— High Blame, Jacam. My Porter.
! 5—Shandon Queen, Flying Wild,
Mighty Sweet.
6— Old Field, Tuleyries Star, Abbot’s
7— Lone Hand, Chatterdoo, Morris
Best bet—Prowl.
Tropical Park (Fast).
(By the Louisville Times.)
1—Travel Agent, King Joy, Whinchat.
' 2—Onrush, Fair Time, Exhort,
j 3—Dark May. Taxi, Star Mint.
4— First Date, Annoyed. Wintona.
5— Ladfield, Saunderstown, Happy
i 6—Noajean, Woodwaac, Don Dash,
i 7—Beaver Lake, Noble Spirit, Say Do.
8— Espinaca, Credulous, Olo Mor.
| Best bet—Onrush.
j Consensus at Tropical Park (Fast).
(By the Associated Press.)
! 1—’Travel Agent, Giboir, King Joy.
i 2—Exhort. Onrush. Lady Bessie.
: 3—My Pauline, Dark May, Taxi.
4— Petit Fours. Big Wager, Annoyed.
5— Saunderstown, Ladfield, Happy
6— Woodwaac. Roman Pride. Noajean.
j 7—Stingy, Beaver Lake, Noble Spirt.
8—Espinaca, Miss Tad, Stipulate.
Best bet—Saunderstown.
Variety Marks Program of
Meet at Meadowbrook
Slated May 5-8.
The schedule of the spring meet
of the Washington Horse Show, Inc.,
to be held at Meadowbrook May 5-8
was announced last night by H. Rosier
Dulaney, jr.. president of the show.
Classes for hunters, a modified
Olympia, flve-gaited saddle horses and
single roadster will be run off the
afternoon of May 5 with green
hunters, troopers' mounts, 3-year-olds
and road hacks to be shown the
morning of the following day. After
the luncheon recess, working hunters,
thoroughrbred hunters, saddle horses—
touch and out—roadsters, ladies'
hunters, combination three-gaited sad
dle horses, five-gaited stallions or
geldings and scurry will be shown.
Nine Events tor Juniors.
Saturday morning, May 7, will be
devoted to the juniors with nine events
listed. Afternoon classes that day in
clude ladies' flve-gaited saddle horses,
qualified or green hunters, saddle
horses not over 15.2, ladies’ working
hunters, A. S. P. C. A. goof hands
event, model hunters, team jumping
for schools and sky scraper.
The $250 working hunter, $500
championship roadster, $500 confor
mation hunter, $500 jumper, $250
championship flve-gaited stake and
$250 championship three-gaited sad
dle stakes will be run off on the
final day.
All classes will be judged under
the rules of the American Horse Show
of which the Washington Horse Show,
Inc., now is a mepiber.
Makes Strong Finish to Capture
Bay Meadows Feature.
SAN MATEO. Calif.. April 2 (*>).—
dosing with a rush on the inside, Sir
Oracle won the $3,000 added Stockton
Handicap at B$y Meadows track to
day. It was a 6-furlong dash, clocked
in 1:11%.
The winner was coupled with Fair
Lead as an entry, running under the
colors of the Macaroo Stable of Los
Happy Bolivar ran second and Roy
1 T., third.
Derby Horse Put in Harness
Garry Hitched Up to Cart to Permit Healing of Ankle
Which Was Injured Last Summer.
LEXINGTON, Ky„ April 2 (*>).—
Garry, Tony Pelleteri’s Kentucky
Derby candidate, has been receiv
ing his early training hitched to
cart and harness and under the
direction of Hunter C. Moody, vet
eran trotting horse trainer.
Should Garry capture the rich
classic May 7 he would duplicate
the record of Maj. Thomas Mc
Dowell's Alan-a-Dale, which won
the Derby in 1802, after being
trained by Charles Marvin, noted
trotting horse trainer and driver
of his day.
Garry—bay son of Imp. Phara
mond II, out of Sara Constant, a
daughter of Man o’ War—was sent
to Moody’s stable last August after
his ankle slightly filled due to a
racing mishap.
Horsemen contend training to a
cart is beneficial to a horse with
faulty legs, as it saves him tha
weight of aa enreiae boy.
Late Challenge of Silver
Sarah, Long Shot, Gives
Crowd a Thrill.
By lh* Associated Press.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., April 2 —An
early lead of four lengths enabled Mrs.
Ethel V. Mars' highly-rated Tiger to
stave off a last-minute challenge and
win the third running of the $5,000
added Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn
Park today.
A. R. Born's Silver Sarah, a 40-to-l
shot, supplied the thrill of the race
with a sensational finish in second
place a length and a half behind the
winner. Gov. Chandler, owned by J.
C. Metz, pulled up third, a length
and a half back of Silver Sarah.
Tiger went to the post only a slight
favorite over Gov. Chandler, paying
$4.20, $4.80 and $3.70. Sliver Sarah
rewarded her backers with $59.50 and
$11. Gov. Chandler returned $2.80.
The winning Milky Way Farm's
colt, a Kentucky Derby eligible along
with Gov. Chandler, ran the mile and
an eighth in 1:50V This equaled
the Derby time set by Eastport last j
Oaklawn Park
By the Associated Press.
FIRST RACE—Purse. $6(>0; claiming;
3- year-olds; Oaklawn course
Anna Grand 'Perkins' 5.80 3.80 3.00
Low Cuts «Litzenberger) 6.40 4.o')
Oddesa's Pride (Calvert) 4 lo
Time 1:004v
Alao ran—Maid’s Gold Dead Ready.
Chubbins. Busse Trumpet. Dandy's Pal.
SECOND RACE—Purse. *600; claim
ing 4-vear-olds and up; Oaklawn course.
Determined (Vedder) 6.5o 4.30 4.10
Yeiive (Gardelle* 15.80 M.5o
Count Cotton (Robertson) 6.10
Time. 1:10.
Also ran—Red Go. Cheer Star Skalka
noe. Fumble. Jack Greenock. Galeco IZeva
naid and (Money Getter.
I Field. , .
(Daily double paid $32.70.)
THIRD RACE—Purse. *600; claiming;
4- year-olds and up Oaklawn course.
Odd Blue <J. G. Wilson) 5.00 .3.40 2.50
Easy Sailing <T. P. Martin) 6.30 2 5o
Blight and Early (A. Robertson) 2.20
Time I ;(»(*«-,.
Also ran--Second Guess Squaw Lady.
FOURTH RACE—Purse. *1 000- 3- i
year-olds and up: Au Revoir Handicap
Oaklavn course.
leading Article <Dep'g) 3.70 2 60 2 °o
aTransmutable (T. P. Martin) 2.50 2.20
I Nation's Taste (Robertson) 2 30
: Time, i :oM.
! r»n—Tranaview Southland Beau,
a Paul L. Kelley entry.
FIFTH RACE—The Farewell Handicap;
purse, $1,000; 3-year-olds and up; 1
Professor Paul (Hanauer) 6.50 4.10 3 30
The Queen (South) 7 60 4 •’()
Prince Torch (Grill) 4 60
Time. 1:45.
Al«o r.n—Top Do*. Teddy Haslam and
Sir Midas.
SIXTH _ RACK—The Arkansas Derby:
purse. $5.(>oo added; 3-year-oldsa 1 1 *
miles. ■
Tiger (A. Robertson) 4.20 4.80 3 To
SOver Sarah (South) 5W.50 11.00
Gov. Chandler <Sfwain) •» w<)
Time. 1:5o4-..
Also ran Don Moss. Allanwood. Dolly
Val. Sortie Star. Fen,. Glenpool. bUnsel
flsh and bEluo’o.
b Blueridge Farm.
. SEyENTH RACE—1Purse. *«00: clalm
.n» 4-year-ulds and up: 1,'. miles.
Alsang (Landolt) AS.,So •:«,-;o pro
Barbara A. (Gardelle) 1.1.70 Tjlo
Red Raider (Perkins) 3 oo
Time. 1:46.
_,AI™ rJ"‘r.Co1- Goodnight. Black Sleeve.
Flyahead. Deserter. Wise Will and Fan
4 RA?E—Rufse. *000: claiming:
4-year-olds and up: 1miles.
Palco (Gardelle) 8.To 5 60 4 on
West Wichita (R. L. Vedder) 8 mo 4 8o
Lumillion (A Robertson) 4 S
Also ran—Aodicatpr. Belle Elan. Brtll
Sea Fox. Barbara J. and Bandalore.
Tropical Park
Entries for Tomorrow.
■* tl e Associated Press.
FIRffT RACE —Purse. *800: claiming
™ajden ‘:"Te*r-olds: 4 furlongs.
Travel Agent _ lie Gibolr lit
King Joy 111 Drlverln 11i
k»dv Florida lo.l x Pnlight lu:'
Welsh Star 111 Aunt Paddi*
£i0ta?'»'e£ l1" ®»"« Ormont I I7
JJ.M. Bachman 10S Whinchat Jl°
BiYverin !? i.'ady All . "I lt‘,8
AYso^llgible: "l B“z* -11:1
Baize A" ]?3 Maelon* _110
4-ySe»^ ?,YdCVnSr,Sg2?: C,*iminK:
?CeUic Legend }«»? 5 S«fSjJ
Transit Lady lo8 Euryalus 11*1
Lady Bessie 1QH Fair Time III lie
THIRD RACE—Purse. *800: claiming;
higlden .i-year-old Allies: 51 y furlongs
Betnabar ns x Taxi lor
* "'‘“Me Ann lor Star Mint lie
Dark May 11” x My Pauline 107
FOURTH RACE—Purse. *800: claiming:
ojkiden '1-rear-old Allies; 51. furlongs.
Tetit Fours JIM Mary Stoll 11”
First Date 11” Big Wager lie
Annoyed 11« Wintona . 11”
Toneys Tomboy 110
FIFTH RACE—Gov. F. p. Cone Purse:
purse. *1.000; claiming; 4-year-olds an<i
up. 5'4 furlongs.
Pretty Busy 111 LadAeld . 118
x Happy Knot lo.l Saunders town 111
x Harpen Belle loti Jadva _ me
. SIgJH RACE—Judge P. E. Paine Birth
Ronian Pride _ 113 NeaJean_ill
x Woodwaac __ log xCautivo_ 108
Bloomer Girl . . 108 x Fair _ 103
Broom Tour .113 Don Dash_113
Time Interval _ lt»8
SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *800: claim
Ing: .l-year-olds and up: 0 furlongs.
onMn,T . HI Noble Spirit ..lie
Philippi Boy ..lie Beaver Lake lie
-- 105 x Lady Chiniquy 100
xSay Do — 111 Rocky Mount . 114
Come Home _ 1117
EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *800: claiming:
w.yea£rolds and UD: 1 mile and 80 yards.
M ss Tad - no Sam Worthy .. 115
Stipulate .115 Credulous _ 115
Rta Brothers . 110 Landscape .... ins
°lo Mor _ 108 Ranlcllla_110
jtBay Memor . lor Espinac*-ll6
al aimed.
Entries for Tomorrow.
Bv the Associated Press.
FIRST RACE—Purse. $1,000; claiming:
4-year-olds and un: 0 furlongs.
Briel iDecainlllisi __ Jio
xTuleyries Lad iKrovltsi _ _ . _ )iu
Red Nose (O'Malleyi __115
Lady Dunlin “tMachado 1 _ __ iff
xaJuhn Werring iBergrr) _ ]|->
xSir Ten (Bergen _ in
Lady Dunlm (Machadol _.. iff
Pompeius (E Smithi nil
AcxuCaw (O'Malleyi .. 117
xPennlist (Adelmanl 3 1 •'
xllsie Bitsle i Vrddcr) 111
xSleek l Mills i _ _ 107
Apprehend (Shelhameri _ _11 r
xaFeiw.vn (Bergen _ m;
Story Time (Cook) ... tin1
Orierlsd (Rooii . 115
xl.adys Favor iDuppsi lit;
xlnHctive iMcCaddem .__ J14
aBuwdeu-Haima euiry.
SECOND RACE Purse tl 000: claim
ing .'1-year-olds, foaled in Maryland. 5'a
Vadalia (J. Howell) _10$
Can Bloom (Berg) _ 11 ■> |
Green Water <8hanks). lull
Acute (Eccardi _ _ 1 17 1
xMarine Maid (Cook) Ki7
aFl ee Ride (Corbett) _ _ _ 11X
Trolighl (Wright) __. ] ■;:i
aProw 1 (Cnrbetl) . . l l •>
xTrivet i Hanoi Id III
xAnnino iVedderi UiH
aMrs. Pelleteri-Millsdale Stable entry.
THIRD RACE—Purse $1 0O0; claiming: *
4-year-olds and up. ti lurlonts.
xFast Express (Krovitn 1151
xSurprise Box (Villalobo) 1 ! •;
'Bounding Count 1 Connorsl __ . Ill) I
M*y Elsie (Wright 1 115
Frisco Kid (Turner) 1 I :i
xChanciny (Driscoll) _ 117
xFrench Trap lArieiniHiu . _ 1 r:
Bartering Kale (Cot belt! 11:
xCombahee 'Beraeri _ 117
xPHinpered (McMillan) _ 1111
Aureate iMauro) 1 :.'1
FOURTH RACE—Purse *1.000: maiden
7-year-old cops and geldings. 4 furlongs.
Sonne John (Corbett) 110
My Porter (Brig) _ . 110
Balairis tL. Plkor) _ 110
High Blame (Wall) _ _ _ 110
Savant (Gilbert) _110
Jacam (Decamilll s) _ __ 1 1«
Hsrdy Jim (Workman) _ 110
FIFTH RACE—The Anne Arundel:
purse. *1.00(1: allowance; 3-year-old
fillies; 512 furlongs.
Shandon Queen (Wright)_ 111
xWay Out (Cook) _ loo
Flying Wild (Corbett 1 ltl
Jacqueline M. (O'Malley) __ 111
Mighty Sweet (L. Turner! __ 111
Ghost Queen (Decamilllsl 111
SIXTH RACE—Purse *1.000: claiming;
4-year-olds and up 1 miles.
xKIng Bonny (Berger) . _ 10!)
xLady Cirek (Cook 1 _114
Queen Elisabeth (Eccardi _ 114
Advocate Junior (O’Malley) _114
Moron (Root) _ _lop
Justa Gal 'Paradise) _ _ los
xBalkonlan (Bergen _ _ . ins
Abbot's Last 'Wright) _ 114
xOld Field (Howell 1 . ___ 11s
xTuleyries Star (Krovits) __loo
SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *1.000: claim
ing; 4-year-olds and up; 1,'. miles.
Stand B* (Root) 114
Atrlan (Gilbert) . 110
Abbot'4 Hour (Corbett) _ Uhl
xMorris Grinev < Berber) _ 1 1
xlone Hand 'Drlscotli __ __ 115;
xDeparted iR Scotti __ _ Id!)
Chatterdoo (Workman)_ _ _ 117|
Catchall (Wright) 117
Prince Pettie (O Malley) _114
xADprentice allowance claimed.
Raining and muddy.
Youngsters who were under 17 years
of age March 30 may report to the
East Ellipse this afternoon at 2 o’clock
and take a tryout with Chester Don
nelly's Nash Past of the American
Legion Junior baseballers who will
meet St. John’s In a practice tilt.
Regardless of the outcome of the
Nation-wide vote on the relative merits
of the stall gate and barrier systems
of starting, general reforms will be
sponsored by Chairman Herbert Bay
ard Swope's "Committee on Starting,"
which was formed recently by Edwin
J. Brown, president of the National
Association of State Racing Commis
Mr. Swope says, “Regardless of the
outcome of the poll, which is now
being conducted throughout the Na
tion with horsemen, breeders, news
paper men and others interested in the
thoroughbred sport being asked to
state their opinion, I wish to go on ]
record at this time in stating that the
committee definitely will sponsor cer- j
tain reforms which will be of benefit 1
to the racing public and horsemen, no :
matter whether the stall gate is further
indorsed or the barrier system adopted.
"We will work for uniformity
on two points in particular in all
States where lacing is con
"These are: 1. Total abolishment
of all mechanical devices or tools used
by assistant starters, such as twitch,
tongs, nose rope and lip strap, unless
requested in writing by the owner. !
2. No horse to be handled by the as- j
slstant starters, unless directed by the
starter, and not then if so requested
by the owner. These regulations are
incorporated in our New York racing
and we have found them very satis
It is a curious fact, that while the
stall gate is entrenched strongly in
favor in America, this country is the
only one using this system. The tabu
lation of votes on the stall gate and
the barrier will not take place until
after April 15. Early unofficial re
turns Indicate a spirited line-up of
supporters for both starting systems.
While on the subject of starting
horses, we recently received a letter
from W. H. Duggan of Chicago, 111.,
relative to the starting problem.
Mr. Duggan says: “After 11 years
of experimenting I have perfected
a simple, practical method for
starting horses by combining the
advantageous features of the stall
gate and walk-up start.”
Mr. Duggan claims 12 distinct fea
tures for his method of starting, and
we are going to give them to you ex
actly as he lists them.
1. Sixe of field limited only by
width of track.
2. Each horse may be started
from assigned post position, re
gardless of characteristics.
3. All horses protected while at
the poet.
Rossvan's Comment
Selections for slow track at Botvie tomorrow.
APPREHEND, which campaigned
with fair success at Santa Anita,
comes from a stable of fit horses
and probably will take down the
chief honors. ACAUTAW ntns his
best races over this course and is
accorded the place. SIR TEN, on
his showings at the Fair Grounds,
must be considered a stout factor.
PROWL, but for the fact that he
was tardy leaving the post in his
first try at this course, probably
would have been the winner. He
is accorded another chance. FREE
RIDE has early speed and is the
one to beat in the stretch. CAN
BLOOM has been carefully pre
pared for her seasonal bow. *
MY ELSIE turned back a for
midable field in her last race at
Hialeah Park and the Shandon
Farm miss needs only to retain
that form to take the measure of
flashed a bit of early speed here
the opening day and appears sec
ond best. CHANCING has a slight
edge for the show.
HIGH BLAME is in capable
hands and is expected to run his
best race today. With the educa
tion obtained in some smart per
formances in Florida this past win
ter he should easily down these
youngsters. JACAM has some
smart moves in the speed book and
may take the place. MY PORTER
may scrape into the picture.
FLYING WILD, in the light of
the showings she made at the Fair
Grounds, is given first call here.
Usually alert at the barrier, she
may break in front and lead all the
way. JACQUELINE M has raced
with a better grade and appears
the strongest contender. GHOST
QUEEN has an edge on the others.
ADVOCAn JR. has bean or ttaa
sidelines all winter, but is reported
fit and ready for the question.
Gifted with plenty of early speed,
he should take command at once
and retain his advantage to the
shifty sort at Oaklawn and will
make a strong bid. OLD FIELD
for the show.
AIRLAP had Just about come
into his own at the close of Hia
leah Park and if he still retains
that form he will have little trou
ble in registering a victory here.
Orleans races, is accorded the place
award. CHATTERDOO should be
up in time for the minor award.
——■ «— I
[) BOX.
4. All horses moving when bar
rier is sprung.
5. Public assured horses are In
alignment when barrier is sprung,
no matter what the angle.
6. Practically nothing above the
fence to obstruct the view of horses
or odds board.
7. Necessity for use of “twitch”
is eliminated.
8. No horse ever left at post.
Long delays avoided.
8. Barrier safest ever used—trav
els horizontally and vertically.
10. Nothing touches the track or
nothing above the horses, yet re
tains in effect the “partition” fea
11. Start fascinating to watch
and in keeping with the sport.
12. Prevents perspiring horses
from cooling out while standing at
post on chilly days.
Mr. Duggan asks for an oppor
tunity to prove what he claims, and we
are writing him for detailed descrip
tion and drawings of his method.
He predicts that you will be astound
ed at the simplicity and efficiency
of his device. As soon as we receive
these drawings we will discuss the
merits of Mr. Duggan's starting sys
tem in this column. If it is only half
as good as claimed, Maryland tracks
would do well to install it without
Gains Leg on Prince Bowl in
Sparkling Triumph at
The Plains.
Staff Correspondent of The Star.
THE PLAINS. Va., April 2.—Mrs.
John Hay Whitney's Sky Painter won 1
the first leg on the bowl offered by
Mrs. Frederick H. Prince this after
noon with a beautiful ride from Hor
ace Moffett, who also had put away
last week the Middleburg Bowl and
thereby guaranteed Sky Painter to
be one of the finest point-to-point
horses that had ever traveled the tim
ber fence.
In second place came Mrs. Whit
ney's Spar ridden by George Robert
Slater and third was My John, owned
and ridden by Billy Hulbert.
In the paired division, Francis
Thornton Green finished far ahead
of all others, but had lost his partner
far back in the ruck and the race was
won by Mildred Gaines and Mrs.
John Hinckley, who were the first to
finish as a pair.
Both the races were run over a
beautiful course of timber, stone
walls, chicken coops and other ob
stacles natural to a hunting country.
From the Garretts Hill virtually all
the course was visible to the specta
Slierbalm Stakes
Paced by Stott
Rolling the first block of the
Sherbahn Sweepstakes last night
at the Takoma alleys. Stott bowled
643 with a 13-pin handicap: Hil
liard. 638, with a 3-pin handicap,
and Hurd. 613. with a 27-pin han
dicap. Buck McDonald shot high
game of 148.
Passes Independence Boy
at Last Jump—Dorette
Spills Mott.
By the Associated Press.
CAMDEN, S. C., April 2—Ostend,
a big bay gelding, carried the silk* of
Mrs. Frank M. Gould of New York
to victory today, snatching the lead
at the last jump of the Carolina Cup
Steeplecha.se and finishing four lengths
ahead of the field.
The $500 event, witnessed by 8.000
spectators, was run in a drizzle, but
the sun came out later to provide per
fect weather for the rest of the races.
The course was damp from heavy
rains, but not too wet to hamper the
Ostend, the favorite, covered the
3-mile timber course in 6.05.6, with
Henry Frost of Middleburg. Va., up.
Independence Boy. from the stables
of W. B. Ruthrauff of Rumson, N. J.,
led most of the way, but finished in
second place. Corn Dodger, from Paul
Mellon's Rockeby stables, was third.
Two of the six entries, Sun Faun
and Dorette. spilled their riders, Sid
ney Watters, jr., and Thomas T.
Mott, jr., at the first and second
The Kershaw Steeplechase. » miles
1 ?ver brhsh for 4-year-old.s and up: First
Itswnaid, Thomas B. Gay. Richmond. Va.
cvinftJ' E. Jennings up: .second. Tam
O Shanter, Ambrose F. Clarke. New York.
F. Bellhouse up. Time: 4 5.
The Wateree Steeplechase' 1', miles
“J'er hurdles: Fir.sl May Boy Morris Clark
Middleburg. \a.: R. G. VVoolte of Camden
up: second. Gideon Rmt Mm Dale Heard
Dallas Tex.: VV. Leonard up third. Mesa
r, E Stoddard. 1r. New York D
McCarthy up. Also ran: Land of Rheims.
Fencing Song. The Boaster, 2d; Singing
Water. Time: «:5o«s.
Carolina Cup ;4 miles over timber"
First. Ostend. Mrs. Frank M. Gould, New
York: Henry Frost. Middleburg. Va. up;
second. Independence Boy. VV. B Ruth
R,um;,on-. N J : Norman Cleland,
Red Bank. N. J, i;p: third. Corn Dodcer.
Rokeley stables (Paul Mellon). Jack 8km
ner. Warrenton. Va.. up. Also ran: B«»
2nd Sun Faun ifell.t, Dorette (fell). Time
0:0.*1 s.
Springdale Steeplechase. <i\9 miles over
bruMi Firs’. Cadeau *_’nd F Ambrose
Clarke. New York, F Belihouse up.
second. Cabin Fire. L. W Robinson, 1r .
Indiana Pa : R. G. Wooife. Camden, lip.
third Wilfred C» , Gordon F Perry. Tn
romo^ Cam.da E Mitchell up Also ran
Tl2eLSta* :nd no*t rider/. Time 4 1 *’
The Camden Plate i mile on f!a ^
First Toolbox. R K. Mellon. Pittsburgh.
Ma*ee up: second Crooning Wa’er. -
•vlrv James C. Brativ New York J
DufTy up. third. Far North. Mr*. Marion
Dupont Sco*i. Montpelier. Va F Jennings
up. Also ran Fmlace. Khamam. Our
Manager. Renee'* Pride, Transporter
Champflenrv. Trompe Bar. Palm Springs
Time J 41.
The Baron Dekalb. miles over hur
dles. Firs’. Herroro. Mrs Jane Fowler
Bassett. Peapnck. N J J V. H Dav:s
New York up: second. Itsabov. Mrs J C
Clark. Princeton. N J end Camden
P Bvrne up third Vigilance Fandv
Wroods stable. Pinehtirst. Dion Kerr •
FMnehuist. up. Aiso ran. Coppice. Tim*
2 4*^5.
Bay Meadows
By the Associated Pres*.
FTRS^T RACE—Purs* ?S00; allo^anc**
2- year-olds. 4 furlongs.
Tonopah Queen
•Thompson' 4.20 2 An ° *r»
aTruce 'Gray a on *’40
Goldie J. .Adams) a
Time, 0:4S1 a
Also ran—Iggy aDon't Forget, Ka*s’„
Baby Curls and Miss Loan.
a McCarthy and McKay and Washburn
SECOND RACE—Purse Afinn; claiming
3- year-olds and up: 1 mile.
Nasebv (Gray* 4 so 3 An a an
Royal Rover «W. Robertson) 4 20 3 "n
Luck Charm «Grigg» fi <5n
Time. 1 ::‘*3a.
Also ran—Kel Conard Battling Girl.
Mary Carmen and Donna Bonita.
THIRD RACE—Purse. ?POO; claiming
3-year-olds- 1 mile.
San Diequito 'Pierson) 4 40 3 on n 40
Quibbet 'Gray' 440 o'«ri
Crimson Glory ^Adams) •» en
Time 1 :4 c»3 n.
Also ran—Puddin and O Buddy.
FOURTH RACE—Purse. APOO; claiming
•'-year-olds and up: 1 miles
Spring Flood *GrJgg» 12.00 4 An 3 2n
Shasta Racket (Gribble) 3 20 0 fir*
Onus (Adams) « on
Time l:4fia,.
w?n-_7Uncle Less. Brilliant Light,
Gilbert Elston and Crete.
FIFTH RACE—Purs*. «1.000: claiming
handicap 4-year-olds and up: 1 mil*
Valiant Fox lAdamsi in.fin * fin sen
Papenie iChojenackii 4 fin a on
Galla Clav (Tucker! a *n
Time. 1 3t<«-, 1 ~
v Al*° ran—Sharp Girl. Wegoway. Over
Yonder and Deer Fly.
SIXTH RACE—The Stockton Handicap
«fSiowiT addfd; 3-J"ar-°lds «d 55:
aSir Oracle (Thompson! 5.60 3 fid 5 so
Happy Bolivar (Gribble! S fin a an
Roy T. (Adams! i nn
Time. 1:11',.
Bla" Half Tim*. Exhibit,
dcfpeed To Spare, dlndian Lodge, aFair
Lead and Minulus “ ' ara.r
a MrCaroo Stable entry,
d Circle M. Ranch entry.
Hi^VENTH P‘ACE-The San Mateo Han
d cap. purse, *3.non added: lor 3-vear
olds and up. 1miles.
Sweepalot (Adams* 3.40 2 An *> «n
Advocator (Jones' 4 no i fin
Air Chute (Thompson) o fin
Time. 1:44*,. 4 -u
Also ran—Nonsweep and Don Roberto.
EIGHTH RACE—Purse. «nnn claiming
awn irearTld= all<i “P: P, miles "
lornillo iT. Sena> 10.20 fl an 4 fin
The Singer (Gribble! k 2n fin.
Green Flame iDeuis) u ,7?,
Time. 1:53 111 u
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