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'family to win the title, his broth
ers, William and Alex having" won
the event in the past Smith, de
feated National Open Champion
Jack McDermott by tnestroke.
Although the bairn of the golfing
Smiths, Macdonald is a high-classi to Albright; but it is supposed
He tied for first in the national
open event in 1910 and took third
in the play-off.
SEVEN KILLED AT RACES
Newark, N. J., Sept 9. The
death toll of the accident at the
races' in the motordrome yester
day Was increased to seven today
when Chas. 'Williams died in the
City Hospital. There are others
who cannot recover.
The identified dead aYe: Wil
liams Eddie Hasha, motorcycle
champion of the world; John Al
bright, Denver champion; Ed
Fisher, 17, and Thmoas Fbehner,
14. The unidentified are a man
There were' 10,000 people in
the motordrome when the acci
dent occurred. It happened so
quickly that none can tell what
Hasha had lost his lead in his
race against Ray Seymour. He
was trying desperately to regain
it. The speed went up and up un
til Hasha was doing '90 miles an
hour. Then he lost control of his
What followed was sickening.
The motorcycle hurtled1 over the
wire netting at the top of the
speedway and rode straight over
the faces and cnests of spectators
into a light pole and was smashed
to pieces. Hasha's body was
flung into a seat near the one in
which his wife had been sitting a
few minutes before.
No one knows what happened
that his machine struck some of
the wreckage of Hasha's.
The authorities are making an
investigation, which probably,
will result in the curbing of mo
o b .
TO SAVE YOTJR HAT.
A happy thought created thisJ
device for women a waterproof
cap that costs little and folds up
in the ptfcketbookrand yet can be '
taken oiit and put over one's hat-r
the moment the heavens begin to
o o il
Stranger You are an astrono-T
mer, are, you? T'other Yes,
-Stranger I'm a theatrical mana
ger. I wonder if you have as hard
a time finding new stars as I do3?
A dash of lemon juice added toi
the water in which rice Is boiled1
will keep the grains separate and
The end rams when itjrashedigyijl .whiten .thejcereaj 3