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THE WASHINGTOX a m V I f 4 A4 d
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1 MOfDHISTS HAVE HAVEMISTAKEN HAVEMISTAKEN
MISTAKEN IDEA IDEAt IDEArsReturnfflg
trs t Returnfng From Abroad AbroadAre Abroadhe
Are 48 Not Held Up At AtNew AtNew AtNew
New York YorkBy Y YorkBy > rka rkaBy
By HARRY WARD WARDThe WARDThe WARDThe
The opinion has prevailed among Am American American Junerlcan ¬
erican motorists returning from touring touringabroad touringabroad touringabrotd
abroad with their cars that considerable considerabletime considerabletime considerabletime
time has been required in procuring the therelease UtereJe88e therelease
release and delivery of their cars when whenreceived whenreceived isienreceived
received at the port of New No York Such Suchhowever Suchhowever Suchhowever
however is not the case as was ascer ascertained ascertained accrtamed ¬
tained by prominent automobile offi officials omclaJs offidais ¬
dais who wera ero In conference with William Wil11am Wil William ¬
liam Loeb L eb jr collector of the port of ofthe of1Sew ofew
1Sew ew York It has been Ute practice of ofthe ofthe
the brokers handling the American au automobile automobne automobUe ¬
tomobile returned from abroad to tocharge tochar tocharge
charge char c a fee ranging anywhere from fromio
510 10 to y 1 > tresunuvbly to secure the he re release release release ¬
lease of the th automobile from the ap appraisers spprai8ers appraisers ¬
praisers store which hlch it now appears appearshas appuarshu apptarshas
has been unnecessary unnecessaryCollector unnec unnccesariCoflector ry ryCoJlector
Collector Loeb stated at the confer conference conference coMerence ¬
ence that the practice of the brokers brokerswho brokerswho
who had been making makin such charge was wasuncalled wasuncalled
uncalled for and authorized the Tour TourInK TourinJ Tourtntr
InK Club of America to make formal an announcement announcefilent ¬ I Inouncement
nouncement of the situation to the effect effectthat effectthat i ithat
that wharf examination of American Americanautomobiles Americanautomolsiles I
automobiles returned from abroad and andforeign an antoreiJtn ansifovei
foreign fovei n automobile returned under cer certificate cerflfIcate ¬
tificate of registration is made of such suchautomobile suchautomobiles suchautomohilea
automobile when applied for by tho im importer JmoorLer imnorter ¬
porter providing no n duties are collect ¬
ible The energetic ener etic action taken by
the officers ortle rs of the Touring Club C1i oi Am America Amcrt America ¬
erica crt < will be appreciated by scores of ofmotorists atmotorIsts ofmotorists
motorists motoristsActive motorIstsActive
4 4Active +
Active preparations are being made at atthe atthe atthe
the Premier factory In Indianapolis for forthe forthe forthe
the approaching Glidden tour A change changehas changohas changehas
has been made necessary In the comple complement comllument complement ¬
ment of the Premier crews by b the deci ¬
slon of Vice President Pre ldnt TV WIdely qid idely lv that he
will m be unable to leave the ti factory t ctory at atuCh atuct
such uct an important part of the year yeK Ray
McNamara will drive the sixcylinder sixcylindercar r rcar
car No No1 1 while the fourcyllndar model I
will be handled by Charles L Balllnger
The latter is foreman of the drat as a ¬
sembly department dep rtment and head he d tester te ter of
the Premier factory factoryThe factoryThe
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The Th DetroitDearborn Motor Car Com i
pany pan of Detroit has cloned a contract contractdie con ct
t with the LeDrolt Auto Company to hen I
die dl the DetroitDearborn 35 in thte thu I
city This make of car is built In two tw
models both of the torpedo type TVIU
lam am M smith is the moving spirit in it I
the new agency 6 i
l rhe ne Cartel Motor Car Corporation re ¬
ports the sale ot Washington cars to
B T Garrison and R J Harp They
have Just delivered a Washington Wa8hln ton tour
Ing car fin fInished lulled lted In dark red to J Gran
VillA Meyers MeyersIt MeyerIt
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It IB rather surprising that the first
man to conic forward In Detroit the
motor car center of America with a
public offer orr r of cash to further the build
Ing of good roads should be a manu
facturer of electric carriages The man
Sn n question que Uon is W C Anderson who
builds the Detroit electric He has long Ion
IWfn en a stanch advocate oC the Idea that
tile 1 11 electric el trlc should not be confined to
use oxrlusivcly on the streets of a city citylc Clt
This bell belief C is 8 so strong that he has sub
mltted hfs own electric lc to severe vere road rOl < < l
tests on several occasions Mr Ir Ander ¬
sons lion on II lead has been followed by several
Detroit makers of gasolene cars carsthe carsWith
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With L E Hoffman at the Wheel
the Franklin Trek car which whl lt was was
one of the official cars In theij Uae therccent recent i
touring ourIn test run to Richmond and ro
turn left Va Washington hlngton yesterday with i
Cumberland Md as the objective i
point Mr Hoffman Is connected with
lie h sales sae department of the Franklin I
4 atory and will devote the next two
or three weeks to visiting Franklin I
agents In Pennsylvania John Burnt
who ho drove the th car In the tn touring test L
run has returned to the Frankin I
fartory tatol In Syracuse SyracusOWlth
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With two perfect scores to their
credit the MAxwell crew returned yes ye
trday to Philadelphia Harry Kndur
anre Walls who drove the th > Maxwell I
Inuring tnllrl < < car fir in the > test run and made tnad
a perfect score was at the wheel of o r
thp 111 machine when It pulled out for the
Quaker uaker City He Ie was accompanied by b
William Smith A D Rea who secured ured I
a clean score in the run with a baby b hab b
Maxwell returned to Philadelphia by b
train
The popularity of the Buick is at ¬
tested by b the fact thatduring that luring the week eek eekndlnJ
ending ndlnJ May 21 l the registration of mo ¬
tor cars In New York State showed that
the Buick was again first with 136 13 cars carssaid
said Ted Johnston manager of the
Buick branch here Buick registra registraup
tions In Washington are also Joomlng
up big blgcontlnued continued Mr Johnston JohIUltonHEARD
HEARD AND SEEN SEENAMONG SEENAMONG
AMONG OARSMEN OARSMENThe
The Ahalofitana will probably row a
four in tho Nationals NationalsT
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J T A McKenna 1lcKennaf who did some rowing rowingat
at Harvard and and later at Cornell IB 18fltroklnS
stroking the New York A cs junior
lsubll lsubllOor uble
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Oor S > ror in New York they are touting
Dick Mann of tho Mercuryfooted oars oarsmen oarsmeno ¬
men as an eventual naUonal champion championin
in the singles singlesCoach singlesCoach
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Coach Courtney COIJ rtn e of the Cornell crews crewsis crewsIs crewsIn
is to desert Ithaca for the summer summerputting summerputting summerputting
putting Ifi the vacation at his old hdme hdmeat h hdmeat me meat
at Union Shrines rlnlg N Y YThe YThe
6 6The
The Argonauts of Toronto have havetwentyfour havetwentyfour havetwentyfour
twentyfour fouroared four ared crews in training
for their club regatta re att Saturday Theres Theresa I
a healthy Interest in rowing all right rightThe rightThe
4 4The
The first and second eightoared crews crewsof crewsot
of Worcester high school are to row the thecorresponding thecorrospondlns therrospondIng
corresponding crews from Springfield Springfieldschool Springfieldschool Springfieldachool
school next week weekThe weekThe
S
The flrst eightoared shell race ever everheld everht
held ht > J in the South was V made a feature featureof featureof I
of the St Johns John Rowing Club regatta regattaat
at Lake Ponchartrain New Orleans last lastweek lastNk
week weekContrary weekContrrv Nk NkContran
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Contrary to expectation neither the thechampiontrftlfi thechamplon8bllt thtchaiflpiU1
championtrftlfi eight eJ ht of the New York YorkAthletic YorkAthletlc Yor1Athletk
Athletic Club nor the Columbia varsity varsityeight vantityeight varsIt varsIteight
eight rowed row In the Harlem river regatta regattain L
in New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
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The race between the Princeton fresh freshmen frcehmlll freshmcml ¬
men crew and the thetetttral Central High School Schoolof
4 of if Philadelphia pi iedelihls on Lake Carnegie Car neJ1e Sat Satnrdav Saturdav Sattrday
nrdav afternoon marked th the first con contest eontfst contst ¬
test On on Lake Carnegie Carn e with an outside outsidecrew oulskleuw outskhtrew I
crew crewFrank uwFrank
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Frank Loftin whom Dick Glendon Glendonused Glendonused I
used a as stroke In the Navy crow in inthT Inthe It Itthe 1
thT the Navys winning races against againstGeorgetown agaln againseorgetown t tCtorgetown
Georgetown Columbia and Syracuse Syracuse1has Syracu Syracuselas e el
las l as been elected eiected captain of the Navy Navycnw Nay Naycrw 1 I Icrtw
cnw for the coming season season8uperlntendent j jSuperintendent I
6 6SuperIntendent
Superintendent BowyerS statements statementsList
last week Indicate pretty conclusively conclusivelyihat conclu lvel I I Ihat
ihat hat It will be several years before the theIresent tieiresent S
Iresent ire ent heid head of the United State Naval NavalAcademy Nlvala Navatcadesny
Academy a emy gives his consent to the Navy Navybeing NaYbdng Nav Navbring
being represented at Pqughkecpsie PqughkecpsieThe p usbkeepsle usbkeepsleThe
The new Sims Simsbuilt bullt eight for tho thoHarvard tholIanlIrd thi B I
Harvard varsity crew cre the th7 third shell shellthat sheJlthat abelthat 1
that Harvard has received from Eng lnglard Englard
lard in the past pa t year oar arrived In Boa Boston BoaS og ogton I
ton Saturday and will probably be betried behiPd b bmed S 1
tried out ut some ROm day th the coming eomin week weekTJp weeltIt ek ekThe
The boat oat very ery much resembles the shell shellSims slieHim abele It i
Sims im turned out for Harvard In the thespring thepring tb tbr e
spring except that it Is a a little larger largerall largeral1 laro r
all around in fact It is the th b biee sest sestshell c t tsheJl
shell over s HIlt nt out from the Sims shop shopL I
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HANDICAPPER ENGLAND ENGLANDARRANGES ENGLANDARRANGES ENGLANDARRANGES
ARRANGES S A A MARKS MARKSWashington MARKSVashington MARKSWashington
Washington Men Included Among Record Holders of ofThis ofI ofThis
I This Section of the Amateur Athletic Union UnionFirst UnionFirstTime UnionFirstTime First FirstTime
Time List Has Ever Been Compiled CompiledBy
I
By 7 TOSEPH TOWNSEND ENGLAND
The lifUKHcapper of the South Atlantic AtlanticAssociation AtIanticAoooc1atlon AUanUcAmoctation
Association or the Amateur Athletic AthleticUnion AthJeticUnion AthleticUnion
Union has frequent been asked for forthe Corthe forthe
the track and field words of the as assoclatlr asK assoclati
soclatlr soclatlrAn soclatiAn K > ciatl ciatlAn
An examination of o these marks reveal revealed reee reeeM revealed ¬
ed that the bent be t performances wer in inan Inan Inan
an extremely chaotic and uncertain uncertainstate uncertalnstate uncertainstate
state This may ma possibly po lbly have resulted resultedfrom rcsuJtdtrom resultedfrom
from confused ideas of some of the themarks themarJrs themarks
marks formerly awarded as State rec records records records ¬
ords by the o4d Maryland board of roe records reelords roeords ¬
lords ords while those tho e who remember the vi vicissitudes vicissitudos ¬
cissitudes cl ltude of the old Middle Atlantic As Association AsItlon Assoclation ¬
sociation Itlon and a lI its sharp but interesting interestingencounter InteresUnEencounter Interestingencounter
encounter with the socalled Insurgent Insurgentbody ln8u insurgentbody 6ht 6htbOdy
body which mostly drew Its strength strengthfrom 8tren strengthfrom h hfrom
from Maryland may find in tills some somereason SOTtlero somereason
reason ro son for the confueton of the records recordsIt
It has been my aim to put this matter matterin matterill
in as accurate a shape as possible PO lble and andInvite andInvite antiInvite
Invite criticism from all registered regi tered ath athletes athletM athtletes ¬
letes as to the correctness of any per performance pelfomance8 perfomancee ¬
formance hereinafter set forth As > for forthe torth forthe
the th plan pan adopted and the classification classificationsecured cl8Al8ifkatJontleeured classificationsecured
secured this has taS only onl been decided up upon upon upon ¬
on after careful consideration of its itsfeasibility itsfeasibility I
feasibility by those noet interested in inA InA inA I II
A A U affairs a < < alrs in New York chief chiefamong chiefamonJ chielamong
among which has been Jamee Sullivan Sullivana Sul I > an ana
a former president of the A A U Uwhose Uwhose Uwhose
whose advice ha baa been en most helpful at atall ataU atall
all times
Examine Programs ProgramsThe
The compilation itself lt elt has required a acareful acareful n ncareful L
careful examination of countless pro programs prorams programs ¬
grams rams of athletic events newspaper re reports rea reaports reports ¬
ports and personal affidavits Great as assistance a88i6tanc assistance ¬
sistance has also been received from fromthose tromthose I
those athletes of past days familiar with withthe withthe wlttthe S IS
the correctness of various results while whilethe whilethe I Ithe
the compiler has been en aided to a cer certain certain certan ¬
tain extent by his own memory in these thesematters the thematters e ematters
matters It i II Ia believed bclle < vcd that the marks marksas metrkras
as now recognized arc substantially sub tantIaU cor correct correct oarrect ¬
rect Those who feel f 1
col that they have haveperformed t tperformed I Ioortormed
performed better than the present record recordholder reco rocort I Iholder
holder in their particular 1 > rUeuJat event are ar re requested reqUl8ted requested I
quested to communicate with the th handl handlcapper handlC8 handicanner
C8 capper Der and verify their performances It Itto ItIe I t tIs
to only onl in thi tb this
manner the mattor can be bethoroughly hi S Sthoroughly
thoroughly settled settledIn settledIn tOed tOedIn
In many events tic will be sees here hereafter hereRiter hereafter ¬
after the record lias not as yet been
established I
The plan adopted i is new De la this u awo awooiatlon ueoalation assoation
oiatlon el ° ation but it is believed that it is fair fairand fairand C
and en d will 11I serve to systematize this tb diffi difficult diCItcult ¬
c cult cu lt classification for the future
It has hasonly hasonly ha I Ily
only on ly been decided upon after careful carefulconsideration eareCulcon caret u 1 1nskleratlon
consideration considerationIn con co nskleratlonIn kleratlon kleratlonIn
In Three Classes ClassesFrom Cla ClassesFrom C8 C8From
From now 00 there arc to be b the follow following tollo followg ¬
ii ing ho classes of 0
g records which for con convenience convenience connience ¬
venience se nience are explained explainedClass explainedClue expialnedClass
Class 1 which compose records made mad C Cregistered
l b by registered South Atlantic Associa Associagaraes Aseoclan uocla
I tlon tio n athletes In
o open n events In open opensames C Cmes
garaes ga mes held in the South Atlantic Asso Association A Assoation tIO tIOelation ¬
elation el ation under South
Atlantic sanction sanctionThese sanctionThefe I Iese
These Th ese arc strictly speaking South At Atlantic Atntic ¬
IlanUe I lantic la ntic records for manifestly Innlf t1y It Is not notfair notfaJr no t tir
fair fa ir to give a South Atlantic record to toa t 0 0man
IC ICI fa a man registered regl ter from another associa associaI
Hon ti mi An Instance ln tance of this tl
I I I aJ difficulty is I a aund i
jfc found fo und in Mr lr Taif mark made In the themile tl e I
I mile mll m ile thin winter Mr Tait ws wq a a Case Casean ¬ I
dian di Ian an athlete and so registered Pro Provision Prosion ¬
vl vision l Iston is made for him in inClass InCJase Inaesa
Class 2 which comprises records recordsmade recordasmade a aade
m made ade by athletes registered in other as associations I Iciations ¬
w sociations so in open events held In open opengames OJMDJKme8 ope a ames I
ff games ga mes in the South Atlantic district un unI unr I Ir
I der de r South Atlantic sanction Herein Hereinwill Herd a
I will w w ill be b included those tboS records r ords made madeabove a aabove S
a above bove by foreign athletes In good gee ti tianding j
si standing st This class might more con conveniently I j t tvenienUy Ienlently
v veniently vr be designated dcm Ated as nonresident nonresidentrecords nonre ldent it itecords
records r of the
South Atlantic Associa I Ion ¬ I
t tion tionClass ti on
Class 3 Collegiate records of the iii iiiouth IC
South S Atlantic Association or record Is Isade j
made m ade in open ganprts ga held under col colIle co I Iglate I I
Ile leglate lo glate late sanction in the South Atlantic Atlantici Atlantistrict
i 4 district di strict including dual competition competitionmarks n narks I
n marks m arks and closed clOf < ed collegiate events eventsgiven Is
I K given gi ven in open n games sanctioned by b the I p I
South 5e jth Atlantic Association As oclatlon but exclud excludg
J ing le g those collegiate records
Schoolboy Records RecordsClass RecordsClal5ll
Class 4 Interscholastic records which whichare whichare
are a re divided Into 1ft to two classes as follows followsa
a Records made by registered South SouthAtlantic
J Atlantic A Association Interscholastic ath athletes athJetes athtes ¬
letes le tes In Interscholastic games given ven un under under uner
der d < er South Atlantic sanction in this dis district distrlct ¬
trict t or made in open o en Interscholastic Interscholastlcevents Interschola t c cecnts
I
events e given in open games held in the theSouth theouth
eS
South S Atlantic district under South At Atlantic AtJantlc ¬
lantic la ntic sanction sanctionb
b Records made by b Interscholastic InterschoJastloathletes
athletes a registered regi tered from other associa associations aa aseoclaions ocIa ocIatlonll ¬
ions as in class 2 above aboveClass aboveClaes aboveClass
Class 5 comprises tho best marks
made m ade in the South Atlantic district It
i it 18 to be a compilation of the best bestmark
i mark m arks of class cla 1 to 4 Inclusive and andwill
will w ill also Include the marks made In
closed clo c ed events in open o n games in closed closedames
games g ames and in Invitation or special specialevents specialvents
events e when such performances are areueli
such a as to entitle them to recognition recognitiong rccoS ltlon ltlonas
as a g a II best mark markTh markTht markThe
Th The swimming records will m be an announced announced anounced ¬
nounced n later laterSOUTH laterSOUTH laterSOUTH
SOUTH ATLANTIC RECORDS RECORDSClass RECORDSClass
Class I
35 5 yards yardaeorge ardsGeor George e W Knapp J J 1 H U UEugene UEugene
Eugene L Passagno J H U 415 4 15 sec seconds eecDO ¬
onds o nds ndsgo
50 yards yardsHarry Harry K Tootle J H U Ui
535 i 35 seconds
100 yards ardsJames James A Rector Va 10 10seconds 10seconds i ieconds I
seconds secondsO s econds2O
22 2O O yards yardsE E Gardner Ziegler M A AC A AC
C 2245 22 46 seconds s onds curved course
446 yards ardsJosepl1 Joseph Townsend England EnglandJ
J H U 5145 il 49 seconds secondsSSO secondsSSO secondsyardsP
SSO yards yardsP P S Herring Mt W a c cminutes Cminutes
2 minutes 113 11 1 1 seconds secondsI
I mile run runFrank Frank G Breyer J H U Uminutes
4 minutes 3S45 3S 45 4 seconds secondsmile secondsmile
2 mile run runG G W Seaman W Y M
C A Id minutes 40 seconds secondsmile
3 mile run runc C G Kaufman C Y M I
C A Baltimore IS S minutes 7 i seconds secondslee
100 yard hurdles S hurdles 2 feet 6 I Inches
Inches i height 10 1 yards ards apart apr IS I yards ya s son S Son
on start and finish L I J Martin Vir Virginia VJrgiuia Virglukt ¬
ginia 12 1 seconds
100 yard hurdles 2 feet 6 inches I 5
height 10 0 yards apart a It yards to first t
hurdle 10 yards from last hurdle to tc tcflnlshiJoseph I
finish finlshJo flnlshiJoseph Joseph eph S HW J H U 1216 1216seconds 115secon I Iseconds I
seconds secon secondsIO s slO
120 yard ard hurdles hurdlesL L T Martin Vir Virginia Vlrnla Virginia ¬
ginia nla 15 I45 45 seconds HCOndti2ro secondsO
220 O yard hurdle hurdlG G J Requardt M oL
A C Joseph S Hill M A C 27 i sec seconds seconds seeowls
onds ondsBroad ondsBroa owlsBroad
Broad Jump JumpC C W King W G A
A 23 3 feet feetHigh feetHigh feetHigh
High jump jumpGeorgc George B Scholl M f A
C 6 feet inch inchHop InchHop inchHop
Hop step and jump jumpHe H F Klinofcltcr
M A C a feet 1 llrch llrchPOle Inch InchPole inchPole
Pole vault vaultJ J A Sterrott G W U
31 feet 6 inches inches12lb InchfMJlJb
12lb Shot ShotE E ar f OGorman 44 feet fee t t
2V 214 inches inches16lb inchpsIiilb inches16lb
16lb Shot ShotRobert Robert Garrett J H U
43 4 feet I Vt > inches inches12lb lnehes1lb inchesI2lb
12lb Hammer HammerThomas Thomas K Barrett Barrettold
Md ld S C 1 ItH feet 10 inches inches16lb Inch
16lb Hammer HammerThomas Thomas K Barrett BarrottMd
Md id S C 1 138 feer fee 5 inches inches36lb Inches56Jb inchesi6lb
36lb TVeightTJiomaa K Barrett Md Id I
S A 31 feet 7 inches inchesDiscusJames incheDi inchesDiscusJames
DiscusJames Di eusJames TVHlett rhlletf 11 A C 117 II I r
feet 1 inches
1 mile rotoy rola reMyMeCullob r MeCulloh Cullo1 Athletic Club Clutcr
cr < J T F Warner O C WhIte J H B
Steele J J W Steele 3 minutes 37 sec seconds 5econds seeonds ¬
onds
Class II IINonresident
Nonresident Athletic records of the theSouth
South Atlantic Association AS ciaUon
50 o yards yardsW TV D Dear Pa 536 5 35 see
on6a 00 3
3 itt o yards 8rdsW W D Dear D r Pa and N T
Cartmell Pa 10 seconds secondsyardsH
220 yards yardsH H J Huff Chicago A A A221ti
221ti 2 10 iis seconds se onds straightaway course
410 40 yards yardsJ J C Carpenter M 1 A C
60 o 45 s seconds secondsSSO secondsSS
SSO SS < t yards ramsI I p Jones Pa 2 minutes S
10 seconds secondsImile secondsImile
Imile run runJ J W Tait Toronto A A
4 I minutes 31 seconds seconds2mlle secondsmlle
2mlle mlle run runNo No record established established120yard e5tabU hcd
120yard 1O llrd hurdle hurdleNo No record established established230yard estabUshedyard
230yard yard hurdle hur hurdleNo leN No record r ord established e
High jump jumpWe W S Burdick Pa 6 feet fee t
I inch inchI InchStand
I Standing Stand ins high jump jumpRay Ray C Ewry N
Y A C S feet 1 inch
Broad jump JumpNo No record established o
Hop step and jump jumpXo No record estab e tab ¬
lished ItshedPole
Pole vault vaultE E Gardner Yale 11 feet 6
Inches InchesISlb IncheslliJb
ISlb shot shotr W w r Coe Michigan 46 4 a
feet 6 t inches jncheIiJb inchesislb
ISlb hammer hammernwd Records not verifiable
50lb lb weight w6ightRecords Records Hot verifiable ed able
Discus DiseusM M J Sheridan L A A C
13S feet feet2mlle teetmlle feetmtIe I
2mlle mlle relay rolaYCarJsIe CarlMe Indian School hool I
J Twohearts F Pappan I Bteckatar
F l < Moore S minutes 1235 I 12 3 seconds secondsClass secondClass
Class IH IHCollegiate IIICollegiate
Collegiate records of the South At 1
lantic Association I
1 11 yards yardsHarry Harry HlIrr K Tootle J H U
J V Hunter J 1 H U L G Pearce J r
H U J A Rector Va F Q Stamen
Va L 1 C Cary
navy RamadaH Pa
Hugh Pa 10 seconds cond
220 28 O yards ard8F F Q Stanton Va 21 1 1seconds 25 25seconds 5 5seconds
seconds straightaway course L 1 C C
Cary navy 21 35 second straight ¬
away course courseHO courseiio
440 yards yardllL L C Cary navy lIav 5w i es 38
secondSfO second
SfO io 0 yard yardsBeck Beck Pa 1
minute 5 56 6 25 i
seconds
1 mne fla run runRankin RankiH avy navy 4 minutes a
3 35 second second2mile 8 seconds2mile < < 0 02ntUe
2mile run rUIlV W Paul Pa 3 minute a
95 15 second
120 1l hurdle IturdleaJoepk JMePR S Hill J H U
15 4a If seconds > > econdshurdl
220 O hurdles hurdl hurdlesL U L W Haydeck Pa
2 l seconds seconds16pound secondsISpound
16pound shot i botR04H > Roes Columbia 42 4 0
feet f ft 7 inches inches16pound incheISpound
16pound hammer haMmerc C Co Cooney ney Yale r
149 I i
feet 1 34 inches
Pole vault vaultJr F M Nelson Yale 12 1 2
feet feetBroad
Broad jump jumpJoseph umpJo Joseph epk S Hill J H U
23 3 feet 1 inch inchHigh InchHigh
High jump jumpWe TV S Burdick Pa C
feet 2 12 1 inches
1 mile relay relayjohns Johns Hopkins Uni I ¬
versity versJty3 3 minutes 33 45 i ltOe socende Jtdtl
Horace S So Whitman hltlRfUl Tn Theodore ed re F I
RlggB IUg TV Y 1C I Hoffman jr Joseph
Townsend TowD end England EnglandClass EngJaHClass EnglandClass
Class IV IVJntcrKholaatlc IVInte1lCbolaaUc IVInterscholastic
Interscholastic record of the South Soul Jt
Atlantic Association AssociationGroup AaoetaUonGroup AssociationGroup
Group A AAthletea Athlete registered in the theK ti so
S SAA SAAyardsL A A
K 118 yard yardL L K Robinson RoDI B S C
T T Pendtotoa E H S 1C G s MCOIt4IIL aecosdeyardsT co 4
2 D yard yardsT ard T T Pendletoti E H S
22 15 seconds econd oft l
44 441 yard yardSAI1ce AVaHace E H S
S3 i 4i 4 4 4yardsRecord
second 1It < onJs onJsyard
yard yardsRecord Record net verlftaWe s
1 mil salle runRecord Record not so t vertrtabJe
1 hurdle burdleJoeeph Jooeph S Hill B C C C
IS 46 4 s seconds secondshurdleS secondsss cond
2 ss hurdle hurdleS S K Kent < w t C H S 35 45 I S
seconds secondslb eeondsI
12 I Ib shot hotA A Smith Tome 4S fet M
inches incheslb
12 1 Ib hammer bammerRlc hammerRichard Richard ard TVkie rltte Tome e
149 feet 4 inches InchesPole 7 I
Pole vault vaultSpeneer Spencer Kerr Tome M
feet f t MU inches inchesRunning lneh8LRunnfng InchesRunning
Running broad jump jumpv TV K Martin Mart 55
B C C 22 2 feet 3 Inches IDCb
High Jump jumpA A S Dulaney M L U US S S
feet 11 inches Ineh6lilmile Inchesmile
2 mile run runJohn John X Kelley L 1 H 8 1 3 3minutes
It minutes 2S 25 5 seconds secon seconGroup Ond8 Ond8Group
Group B BAthlete Athletes not registered in
S A A Alee Aiee
lee yards yardsH H B Thomas Lawrence LawrencevlUe B 5vil
vlUe vil H sa 5 seconds
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12 Ib shot shotE E C Wailer Lawrence Lawrenceville Lawrencevill
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13 1 Ib hammer hammerPhelps Phelps Hill 14 148 feet 4 4nches
Inches InchesPole inchesPole i nchesPole
Pole vauItM vault C Thrall M MaK oK M L T Tie
S e 10 1 feet 6 Inches InchesBroad inchesBread
Broad Jump jumpWilletts Wiliotts Hill 30 a > feet f feetinches et eti
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1mile run runJ J W Taft Toronto A AA AA
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smile run runWe TV Paull Pa 9 minutes
55 15 seconds seconds3mile seconds3mlle seconds3mile
3mile run runCo C G Kaufman C T TY YM
M C A Balto 18 minutes 7 sec seconds 8Conds neconds ¬
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100yard hurdle hurdleEIht Eight hurdles 2
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height 10 yards apart 2 yards to first
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Broad Jump jumpJoseph Joseph S Hill J H U
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High HI h jump jumpWe TV a S Burdick Penn 6 ft to
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Pole vault vRultF F Nelson Yale 12 ft
12lb shot shotA A Smith Tome 48 S f t1 L 10 in
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12lb hammor hamm hammerThomas > Thomas K Barrett
Md Il S C 161 ft 10 in inIClb inIGJb In16lb
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FAST OUTFIELDER OUTFIELDERCarl OUTFiElDERJOINS
JOINS MIDWAYS MIDWAYSCarl
Carl Ford Formerly of ofGreenville ofGreenviIIe ofGreenville
Greenville Miss Club ClubIn ClubIn ClubIn
In Line LineThe LineThe LineThe
The outfield of the Midway nine Cap Capstrengthened Capal
J Ital it al Clt City League has been considerably considerablystrengthened
g strengthened st by the addition of Carl CarlFord U Uord
Ford F ord a newcomer in Washington
ama amateur amatour amaour ¬
t tour our ranks who last year played with withthe withthe
l the t he Greenville Mississippi iS51 6Ippr nine cham champions champions ¬
I pions p lona of the State StateFord StateFord
Ford affixed his name to a contract contractyesterday contractyesterday contractesterday
3 yesterday y and will get in the game gameagainst gameasalnst i igainst
against a the Navy Yard tomorrow tomorrowHe
He comes to Washington with the rep ¬
i utation u of an excellent ball player and I Ias
i has h as shown
figures
which
give him a s L Latting
batting b average of 465 4I i for the season se 8OD
The strength of his team was proved provedconclusively proedconcJuslvely i ionclusively
conclusively < c at the
end
of last season seasonwhen S6i8Owhen
when w hen It defeated
the champions of the t touth
South S < Atlantic League one of the thestrongest thestrongest S Strongest
l strongest s circuits in the South SouthNau SouthNan I IXau
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Nan last seasons manager of the S
j Parkview P tean
of the Suburban I Ieague
i League J L eague and now with Takoma in that thatcircuit thatcircuit ha t
circuit c has ha Joined the St Stephens S Seam
I team t eam of the Capital City League Le gue Sev Several Several 5evral ¬
eral e < ral other teams were after the clever clevershortflelder r I
shortflelder s but the St Stephens man management management mangement ¬
agement a got there first flrstHamllne firstHamUne firstS firstHamilne
S
Hamllne and Anacostla ua are now on oneven onoven or I Iven
even e < ven terms in the Sunday Sunaa School I Ieague I
League L eague The
formers victory over r I
the t he latter In a poorly
played game at a 5 I
Thirteenth and D streets northeast I
yesterday y afternoon carried with It a i
i share s in second honors of team stand ¬
ing I ng Ninth 1 Is still leading the league leagueA r
1 with a substantial
margin to spare spareA I
S SA
A fast game should result in the thi I
Capital C City League thi this afternoon
when Sewage Sea Pumping Station and am I
J St S t Aloysius clubs meet meetCommerce mALCommerce
6 6Commerce
Commerce and Labor and Poatofflce Poatofflcewill Po tofflec LI LItill
will i iII play pIa in the Departmental Del rtmental League S
tbie tbl t his afternoon and should tho latter r
win it will 11I be on ven terms with th It Its a
victim v for first position po ltlon in the league leagueThe leaJueThe I IThe
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The lately ltol organized Eastern Stars Starsopened Starspened S Spened
pened o their season > > ea801l yesterday with a avictory a avIctory
victory over the t Anaco Ana Anacoetle < oetla ti Stars I
score t s core r 7 7 to 4 The k pitching t of Wayne
rner rnerNo r
for f or the h winners I ne wa was the fe feature featuregame featureC featureNo
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No game In the Marquette League
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today todayRoherbon t J JSoh
4iiohertson 4
Soh Roherbon < rUK > n pitching for Ccmmissionerb C mmluloaen S Sn
in I n the Departmental partmeDtal
League
yesterday y t CilIIY r rhdel
held Agriculture A rieulture to t four hits and struck struckout struckout struc Ic Icout i
out nine winning his game by 3 to L LAggies L I IAggles
Aggies threatened to score at one time thnewith timewlth the I e ewith
with the bases full and one down but buta it ita c
a fast double play pia Handiboe to Thomas I
saved Ill 00 the day for the DIstrict uttdtos utIdI utIdI1t g
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boys 1t 1 j jHines IHisses
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Hines HI of Tangiowood TaJl lew9Od held Prospector ProepeetEone tF tFto I Itcrday
to < < > > one hit in the OI Oympia JRpIa Lea League e yci I 1
tcrday lord afternoon afternoonSt afternoonMartins
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St Martin and Twining figured f In a asix aInning asix 1
six inning tie in the Independence IndependenceLeague IndfppndeocfOLt 0 0League
League Lt e game Pitchers on both team teamwere teBUIe I Iwild j
were e wild and Ineffective but the field Id
log wee easily eal1 i lip p to the standard standardCornell standardCornell
+ 5 5Cornell
Cornell Company administered a ne s Ie ¬
ver vera drubbing to t Navy Yard wiaitag 1111in
by 14 to 1 L Tho Paper Hangers f ftus utHI n r
LUchfleld for eighteen eigbteerzssafotiee eigbteerzssafotieeFOURTH safeties safetiesFOURTH 15at 1es
f fFOURTH
FOURTH OF JULY JULYCOMMITTEE j J JCOMMITTEE
COMMITTEE MEETS MEETSAthletic 5
Athletic Board to Consider Card Cardfor Cardfor Car U 1
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for Potomac Park ParkGames ParkGames I IGames
Games GamesA
A meeting meeUn of the committee to con 5 5duct
duct the athletic games in Potomac IC ICPerk j I
Park in conjunction with the celebration ceJebraUonof Hi Hiof i
of the sane and safe Fourth of July has hasbeen hi 55
been bct > n called for Friday evening at atoclock 55g S 8oclock I
oclock at Municipal Building
It is etpected that all subcommittees subcommitteeswill sub < ommfttelI en enof
will m report and a tentative schedule scheduleevents of ofevents
events will m be adopted Dr W E E j
Wiber Iber will preside prt > slde
Amateur League Standings StandingsCAPITAL StandingsI
CAPITAL CAPITALCITY CITY LEAGUE LEAGUEW LEAGUEpct
I W I Ii Pet PetAloyslus PetAlovelus
A Aloyslus 6 1 8w
Sew p sta S 3 f
Cornell Co 4 3 33L 33t m
3L Stenhons 3 6 2 2Midways
Midway I1d a 2 4 4Navy 4Navy m
Navy Yard 2 6 6DEPARTMENTAL 280 280DEPARTMENTAL 0
DEPARTMENTAL LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W L 1 Pet PetC p pC PetCL
C CL L 4 1 800 100Postofflee 800Postoffloe
Postoffloe PostO lc 3 2 600 600Commissioners
Commissioners 4 2 617 T
Agriculture 3 i tS S 5
Navy ivy 1 5 15 15SUNDAY 1JISUNDAY 110SUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W L Pet
I Ninth g 1 SS7 7
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AnacoBtia 4 2 117 7
J Uamiine 4 2 = 81
Peck 3 4 I 428
Langdon S K
Sixth t S PIG 009MARQUETTE IOJMARQUETTE
MARQUETTE LEAGUE LEAGUEV LEAGUW
W V L I Pet
Diamond 4 1 i M is
Columbia 3 1 111 s
Congreesfonais Congr nals 2 1 961 G1
Pension Bureau 4 I 2 1 857 7
G GPO P 0 1 i 4 300 IOt
Hygienic Lab 1 1SUBURBAN 4 3W 3WSUBURBAN t5
SUBURBAN LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W L Pot
Petworth P tworth 5 I C6
Takoma TakornaIver 3 2 500
S4lv Iver r Spring 4 8 871 71
Woodburu 4 3 m 71
Brightwood 2 4 Sit 3
Mt Pleasant Pleas nt 2 5 265 265INDEPENDENCE IIi IIiINDEPENDENCE
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INDEPENDENCE LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W w V L Pot
Manhattan 5 2 714
National Uonal Union X 2 9 > >
St StPauI Paul 3 2 iII
Twining T jninJ 3 4 4 45
Bt Martins 2 3 Iu 455
Nassau = u i iRAILROAD JK JKRAILROAD
RAILROAD Y M C A LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W L Pet
Adam daM S t iMt
Car CarDept r Dept 5 1 S SIC
Soutnern 4 1 jm w
Station 2 4 I W 3
SMopmen 2 ft 2M
Trainmen 7 7COMMHRCIAL 7COIDIBRCLL
COMMHRCIAL LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W L 1 Pet Po
Andrews 6 1 JK 5
B W W S 2 1 714
Herald S 3 s oi
Brentanes t fi o6 tIGV
Hecht S 6 W WBANKKRS toBA1X
BANKKRS BA1X RS LEAGUE LEAGUEW
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Com National g 9 3M9 1
W V L T 1 4 2 M 7
American See 5eevrlt1 5eevrlt1R SOCtit rity 3 2
R Riggs Rf 2 2 at
National City 1 4 9W
American N NtIoR1 > ton4 f i iOLYMPIA f 4i J6 J6OLnIPIA
OLYMPIA LEAGUE LEAGUEW
W I L Pet T TOHres
OHres X XTenleytown 5 L LISS
Tenleytown TfOtI town X 1 1St
St Stephens epbea 2 J M o
ProsB PrOlllpeet ct I 1 54 4
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Northeast Northeast5OUTHERN = I t tSOUTHERN n nSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN RAILWAY R lL r Y LKAOUK LXAGUEL
W L j Vet
Auditors a 4 S I LlfIoj
Traffic 2 1 M 10
Bookkesaers Boo ke pecs 1 1 155
Opomttog OpClll 1 2 jgs
Treasurer 1 2 JK
Law S 3 3COLORJ5D I fJII fJIII
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PostoTacs I 2 111
G GPO P PO 0 4 I 4 54 in inBureeu 5
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JOE TURNER FINDS FINDSTWO FINDSTWO I
TWO MORE VICTIMS VICTIMSJee I IJoe
Joe Turner middleweight tnJddlewt > lgbt wrestling wrestlingHampton wrestlingchampion I
Hampton of the South had little trouble troubledefending troubledefending
detlJHlID defending < < his title in a finish match in inthe Inthe inthe I
the Midway room at the Arcade last lastnight lastsight
night when he won from Peck Holberg I
In straight str gbt falls Holberg Holber went to the themat themat thelmat
mat the first time in twelve minutes minutesand miputed minutesand
and d the second time in two minutes and andfortyfive andfortyflve andfortyfive
fortyfive seconds secondsTurner HeODdTurner secondsTurner
Turner who is t meeting all comers at attbe j
tM tb > Midway Mldwll then took on Frank Zerega Zeregaand I Iand Iand
and the latter lasted just ust six Ix minutes minutesTonight I ITonight I
Tonight Turner will wrestle wre tM Young
Bothner a lS6poznd i6po = nd Baltimore boy and andan andan andUnknown
an Unknown U kno n The latter is a member memberof
of one of the local athletic club clubs and andIs andIs andis
Is said to be a crack at thn wrestling
game
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ISHEEPSHEAD S HEEPSHEAD BAY BAYWill
Will END RAGING RAGINGJockey
Jockey J Club Officials Take TakeDrastic TakeDrastic TakeDrastic
Drastic Action Follow Foliowing Followiog Following
ing Decision DecisionNEW
NEW YORK yo YOiK uc June iStserp Sfeeeph Sbeephend Sbeephenday ed d
Bay B ay the i most ot lessees f Morseracing 1Ior Morseracingground eraeIDg
ground 6r ound in the country i III u t8 abandon abandoaracing abandonraclDg abandoncing
racing ra cing Confronted by tfc taM jN IINetical tiei cot ¬
tainty ta inty that Governor Hughe B1Ig eI will sign tgn tgntbe
the th e now laws that put HIt a II atop to all alletting
betting b and make the track directors directorspersonally directorpersoAaliy directorsersonahiy
personally p liable for any violation there thereof tltereor ¬
of it Isstated 15 stated today owners of 0 the thenoted th thDOted theoted
noted n track have decided to can off ail allture
future fq ture meetings Uteri tfeeraPoseibaity UteriPoseibility therePossibility
Possibility for Meeting
There i said to be a a bare poedMHty poasihitityat
that th at the
Spring meetfog scheduled to toegin
begin b egin ea June 17 will be heM 8N but there tiMreDO thereno
is no chance whatever for the fan It meet
lab le g scheduled to start OR August Augustr A 2 2or I ICX
or o r any thereafter thereafterThe thereatterThe thereafterThe
The new law are sot to become ef eftecUve ofactive ¬
active f until September 1 and ad oral ora oraetting
batting b therefore would b be permitted permittedat
at a t the meeting scheduled
for this thismotfth titlemonth thisouth
month m outh Even en with the oral betting
however h owever it ig i realized that the meet ¬
lag l ag would be run at a heavy loss and sue
with w ith no opportunity to recoup in the
fall f ell or later th the club governors
gee ee no ne
we u se e in standing it
Mewsrg M r Belmont Auerbach and am
other o prominent member r of the tie C
Jockey J Club will go to Albany Albaa tomor ¬
row r ow to make a II lat effort e < < oct to keep GoY ¬
ernor e HnKh Hu Hughes < < hea from signing it > nlDg the anti aU
betting betUn b bill billTwo billTwo bills billsTwo
Two Races Must Be HUB HUBOf RIIAor RunOf
Of the many Hlall rl rich h stake events 18 plan planned planCd planod ¬
ned n Cd for the two meetings
at Sheeps Sheepsead ps
head h ead Bay bat two ace so drawn in ii
their t term ter that the club < lab will have to torun toTVIt t tan
run T an them off in order to keep the con conract
tract t with Ith the horsemen These are sr
the t Lawrence Realization worth
l 11 1WS m and the Futurity which i III run ru run
in I n the fall an an4 has a value of 530000 360
William III K 11
Vanderbilt who is the th
principal p owner O r of the beautiful track trac k
at 1 Sb
Sbeepenead Bay I Is primarily n r
ponefbte bIe for the t determination of the Ut 0
g governor to give gh the
up game A year yea ir
ago a go when the first antigambling nttprabIfD bills bill I
were passed repealing the th flexible PffCY Perc
Gray law I
fr Vanderbilt was
fa i n favor of clo dosing iD < < the Siwoepsbead stronsly Bay Ba y
track t He took the ground round that It was ws I
oele useless to buck the t authorities and that thi
the t he club faced ta certain In loss and Its mem ¬ I
ber 1tenJ h ers possible criminal
p prosecution utjona if
they t continued nttntMd a touroe oU of evasion He 11
was urged by the th
governors elDOrs of his own 0 on 5
club as well a as thoee th interested In the it
other racing association not to act un us ¬ I
til t II the
constitutionality of 0 the law h4 h4so ha ist
been thoroa tboroesghlr < < hly tested and altboqh althou h
he yielded he djd slid so reluetaatl reluetaatlNOTED reluctantlyNOTED reluctantly reluctantlyNOTED
NOTED ETCHER DEAD DEADIX DEADIoXoo DEADLONDON
IX LONDON > NDON June 2SIr Str Francis Sey fie ¬
mour i Haden founder and preyid presIdent td nt of r
the t he Royal Society S ekty of Painter Pa1t Etchers 5
baa died dl at Bradford
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Oct ISPenn at ProvidenceOct Providence ProvideecsOct
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Two Buick cars taken off the sales floor the day be before before before ¬
fore the run and driven by two men that had never been beenin beenin beenin
in a run race or endurance test of any kind before beforewent beforewent beforewent
went from Washington to Richmond and return in the thePost thePost thePost
Post Touring Test Run the hardest course ever laid laidout laidout laidout
out here without making an ADJUSTMENT REPAIR REPAIROR REPAIROR REPAIROR
OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY KIND KINDWas KINDThe KINDThe
The Buick Model 10 0 0J
J 000 Runabout RunaboutWas
Was the Only Small 4Cylinder Car to toFinish toFinish toFinish
Finish This Run With a Perfect Score ScoreDid ScoreDid ScoreDid
Did Not Even Have a Punctured Tire TireWe TireWe TireWe
We mean to impress the fact that these cars do not
have to go to the repair shop to be made over and we weare weare weare
are now booking demonstrations in the machines that thatmade thatmade thatmade
made this run This again shows conclusively why whyUlfF whyTHOUSANDS
THOUSANDS OF OWNERS HAVE HAVECHOS HAVECHOSEN
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We entered this Endurance Run solely for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of demonstrating to the prospec prospective prospective prospective ¬
tive purchaser the reliability and enduring
quality of the Buick carst cars in the hands of non nonprofessional no71professional moivprofessional
professional drivers driversHave driversHave
Have You Had a Demonstration in a Buick BuickOver BuickOver BuickOver
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BUICK MOTOR CO COPnune
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