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Swiv Beats Mintlock,
Pawtucket Choice, By Wide Margin the Auoclited Press. PAWTUCKET, R. I„ Aug. 18. Savlng ground all the way as Jockey Mike Gonzales snugged him along the rail, H. C. Genter's Swiv, an invader from Garden State, came from fifth place at the quarter pole to win the $5,000 added Pawtucket Handicap by two and a half lengths today at Narragansett Park. The favorite, Charles Rufl’s Mint lock, took the lead at the head of the stretch but Swiv came driving through on the rail to whip the choice of the 22,000 fans. His time for 6 furlongs was 1:11%. Swiv earned *4,270 and paid $11.80. Mrs. H. P. Bonner s Defense fin ished a length back of the favorite. He also came from far back as the early leaders. Bel Reich and Sollure. tired and dropped out of the run ning. The $5,000 Newport stakes went to Glenn Pelkner’s Paper Mill. Mrs. Weston W. Adams’ Kewey Dee, the favorite, came from fourth to be second, 2% lengths back of the win ner. Paper Mill s time was 1:22%. He earned *4.450. Cumberland Horses Going to Marlboro •pfci»] Dispatch to The 8tar. CUMBERLAND. Md.. Aug. 19.— Most of the horses which raced here during the 10-da.v meeting ending today will be shipped to Marlboro for the races that begin thrt-e next Wednesday. Dan Finn, who has arranged for the shipping of the thoroughbreds, says that the following horse men had booked reservations to the Southern Maryland course: C. Palmer Sowers. C. A. Cranford, Karl D. Kolseth, Wayne Hendrick. W O Siegert. J. E. Crider. R. A. Riticor. E. E. Johnson. Tom Lewis. Pat Polttch. T. Talbott. Charlie Bow ers.. Alan T. Clarke. M. H Ever hart. Norman Corbin. V. S. Mc Clintock. J Y. Booker. George A. Cook. Charles M. Feltner. A. A. Fishback. C. H. Lamparter. John T. Harris. C. O. Ferguson. L. M. Hanson. C. W Byers. Silver Baekev, Stillson H. Hall, Carroll Hadaway, Lou Crist. Sam J. Gilman. L. E. Torrevson. Garner Pye. G. Furr, W. R Roberts. L. E. Poulson. Tom Carter. C. H. Fitzgerald, E. E. Smith. George E Harris. J. J Bax ter, J. M. Marshall. N. J. Fillman, H. B. Dunnigan. J. Goodwin, F. Beuhler. G. A. Russell. C. A. Dun kle. Mike Haekett. J. L. Garthright, Earl Fewell. H W. Wilson, C. E. Willson. John Hartnett. W. J. Berry, Mike Grant and H. Hall. There now are over 200 horses at Marlboro, many of them going there at the conclusion of the Bel Air session. Cubans Host to Yank Nine Havana. Aug. 19 i.4v—junior amateur baspball champions of Cuba will meet the Holy Cross Comiske.v nine from New Orleans in a series here the first week in Sep tember. Proceeds go to the Cuban American fund for aid to the Allies. Shoots Ace While Tutoring Bud Tomlin, golf instructor at Arkansas U.. made a hole in one while showing his squad how to hit an iron shot. Nearly 8 Milliop Bet at 7 Tracks By the Associated Press. NEW YORK, Aug. 19 —A total of $7,798,614 was wagered at seven race tracks today by 136, 397 fans. Track Attendance. Bettinf. Belmont . 37,507 $2,970,836 Garden State.. 30,373 1,534,922 Wash. Park_ 22,000 1,281,643 Narragansett .. 22,000 1,045.179 Detroit .. 14,395 591,904 Thistle Downs. 16,000 *276,754 Beulah . 4,122 97,376 * New Ohio record. Semper Ego Captures Closing Feature at Cumberland Meet / Special Dispatch to The Star. CUMBERLAND. Md., Aug. 19.— Getting through on the rail in the final three-eighths, Mrs. H. H. Sen ger’s Semper Ego got up to capture the ninth running of the Harry A. Manley Memorial Handicap today, and in doing so upset the calcula tions of a get-away crowd of 10,000. Overlooked in the wagering. Sem ! per Ego paid $2.70. $16.90. $12.50. ! Norman Corbin’s Fleetest also slip ped through on the rail in the run through the home lane to take sec ond money from D. P. Tabler’s Chat Hopkins. Ed B. Leek’s Chopsticks, favorite, was fourth. The diamond ring offered to the Meeting's leading winning rider was captured by Sammy Palumbo. He leaves here tonight to ride at Marl boro, which opens Wednesday. The stewards announced they had suspended Jockey P. Kirkpatrick and referred his case to the Maryland Racing Commission for rough riding astride Sallipatica, winner of the; third race. Dainty Ford, favorite, owned by Raymond Soo of Washington, after setting the pace in the 6>2-furlong second, wound up in a dead heat with Mrs. Mary Kniereim's Lena Girl. Dodson's Horses Sweep Honors at Hampstead By the Associated Press. HAMPSTEAD, Md., Aug. 19 —Two horses owned by Otis Dodson of Harrisburg, Pa., won the hunter and jumper championships at the Hampstead Hunt Club's fifth annual horse show today. Dodson's Abednego won the hunt er championship, while his Cannlbis was champion jumper. Reserve winner among the hunt ers was Chester, owned bv H. L. Burton of Texas. Md., while the; reserve jumper was First Knight,' owned by Hugh Wiley of Carrollton. Welcome Pass Drives From Last to Score Bv the Associated Ftess. DETROIT, Aug. 19.—Welcome Pass. 6-vear-old son of Brevity, run- : ning under the colors of J. J. L. Pow ers. today came from dead last under the able handling of Jockey J. R. Layton to grab the $10,000 Gen. Eis enhower Handicap, feature of the Fairgrounds War Relief race meet- i ing. Welcome Pass, shipped here only j last week from Chicago, ran the mile j and one-sixteenth in, 1:44-‘s to beat Toy-Quay by three lengths and pay $9 10. The favored Col. Teddv was third. Golfing Elite in All-American That Has $42,500 Prize List CHICAGO, Aug. 19 uPi.—Golf riom's most grandiose and lucrative spectacle, the triple-decked $42,500 all-American championships, be gins Monday at Tam OShanter course, touching off a week of high voltaged competition for upwards of 600 professional, amateur and wom en golfers. Promoted by the colorful George S. May, the lush fairways classic reaches its climax Friday when qualifiers in all three divisions swing Into 72 holes of medal play. Nearly 200 professionals, including the season's “gold-dust twins'—Jug McSpaden and Byron Nelson—are scehduled to square away in the all American open for an unprecedented first-place plum of $13,466 in War Bonds. The pros, except those on Ihe exempt list, on Wednesday will play one round to fill out a title field of 80. Meanwhile, the festviities get un derway tomorrow as approximately 300 amateurs vie over the 18-hole route to qualify 24 for that division in which $500 In War Stamps will go to the 10 top finishers On Tuesday, a field of 100 women players, shooting for a winner’s purse of $500 in War Bonds, starts an 18-hole shake-down for 24 cham pionship berths. Although such sharp-shooters as McSpaden. Nelson, Craig Wood and Sam Byrd were too involved in the P G. A. championship at Spokane, Wash., last week to file entries in the all-American. “Sugar" May con* fldently asserts that the who's who Cumberland Results FIRST RACE—Purse. *700 3-year-olds and up: claiming 411 furulongs Flying Kilts'Tammaro) 7.50 3.70 2 40 Sack (Smith) 4 40 3 DO Navigation (Carrillo) 3.10 Time. 0.53*5. Also ran—Lady Doctor Arch McDonald. Sumpin and Happy Hannah. SECOND RACE—Purse. *700: 3-year olds and up. claiming: 6'g furlongs a Lena Girl (Tammaro) 5.80 4.80 2.8o a Dainty Ford (Scott ( ??? 2.80 2.30 Rollicking (Arduinii 2.80 Time. 1:24. Also ran—Service Flag. Selhaste. Sting ing Ram. Fair Haired and Frelan. a Dead heat THIRD RACE—Purse. *700: 3-year-olds and up claiming: 6'* furlongs Tipper Dipper (Leggett! 10 40 4.30 2.90 Rolls Rough (Tammaro) 3.30 2 50 Adolf, (Sedlaceki 2.50 Time. 1:23. Also ran—Clarie Whigr. Saddling Bell. The Berries. True Pilate and Gray Call FOURTH RACE—Purse, *700: 3-year olds and up claiming: 1 miles. Sallipatica (Kirkpatrick) 6.30 4.00 2.70 Miss Upstart (Franklin) 24.20 6.80 Durable (Palumboi 2.40 Time. 1 :51 ‘5. Also ran—Strumming. Gypsy Moth. Merciless and Two Fold. FIFTH RACE—Purse, *1.000: the Harry A. Manley Handicap: BPOE trophy; 3 year-olds and up: 6'a furlongs. Semper Ego (Scott) 22.70 16 90 12.50 Fleetest (Rose) 6.10 5 60 Chat Hopkins (Witmer) 10.40 Time. 1:21 *s. Also ran—Bay Melia. Chopsticks. White ■aster. Cutloose. Which Two SIXTH RACE—Purse. *700; 3-year-olds and up: claiming: 1 miles Precious Years (Grant) 4.70 3.40 2 90 Manadroit (Arduinii 6.70 5.30 Lady Divine (Pahimbo) 3.20 Time, ltftl'.s. Also ran—Splkery. Grand Venture. Mi yoc. Fraeboy, 8trolling Lee. SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *700; 3-year elds and up: claiming: 1miles Worth Owning (Kirk' 7.00 4.10 3.00 Walter Light (Carrillo) 5.20 4.60 Clock Time (Smith > 5 50 Time. l:61*s. Also ran—Pone. Sister Talbot. Miss De fiance. Alimony Kid. EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *700: 3-year olds and up claiming; ly miles. Cominch (Kelley IT. 10 5.00 3 00 Jack Star (Arduinl) 3.40 2.50 Sun Bee (Rose) 2.50 TimeT 154. _ Also ran—Supreme Fla * Malandrino. Found Out. Celtie Legend. Prison Ship. registry of golf will flourish en toto at Tam O’Shanter. As a matter of fact, former Bible salesman May is so certain that McSpaden and Nelson will engage in a 72-hole death struggle he has: ordered 5,000 tickets printed for a playoff match. The top prize is $13,000. Par for the course Is 72. and is! expected to be broken. Even in practice rounds, par has been kicked all over the place. Lightly reckoned Jack Grout of Chicago already has polished off the tricky layout in 67, while Ky Lafloon and Johnny Re volta have tuned up with 68's, and Pfc. Melvin <Chicki Harbert and former National Open Champion Ralph Guldahl have posted 70s. Minor Baseball International Learue. Rochester. 7-6: Syracuse. 1-4 Montreal. 4-1; Jersey City, u-2. Toronto, 7; Baltimore, o. American Association. Milwaukee. 11; Indianapolis. P. 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