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2 Sep 1917

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2 Sep 1917

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Boston Globe (Newspaper) - September 2, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts I r the Boston sunday Globe september third in senior events i two meet records bettered at st Louis defeat of Wright in pole vault a too special Din Antcli to the Globe by sept the National Amateur athletic Union meet the West Wah Arcain served today in the senior the Chicano ath Letic association gained an overwhelm lne Victory with to Points to its the Illinois athletic club of Chicago was second with 23 and the Boston ath Letic association third with 15 the millrose of new York finished just a Point behind the Boston athletes did not win a their Points coming on three seconds and As Many Dorchester scored two one of the real surprises of the Day was the defeat of Marc Wright of the Boston in the pole Wright holds the championship and worlds rec but was not in form and lost to know Kreic of the Illinois it a Hight much below the Knourek had to vault Only 12 feet 9 inches to gain the Knourek also won the Junior championship the previous Wright finished second with a vault of l2 feet 6 Henigan of the Dorchester beaten in the five mile Boston won seconds in the and Moysard in the 220yard hurdles Savage Van a Good but Loomis was a bit too at the a Rood second to smart in tiie Bostons thirds were gained by Savage in the 120yard Walter Whalen in the hts he and Hayes in the 100ynrd the coloured athlete of the Kalem Crescent finished second in the 220yard dash and furnished one of the features of the Day when he ran Ward to a wire hair no easy time for Joie Ray two championship meet records fell during the one was in the As was Joie Ray went the distance in to which clipped the former Mark by on fifth of a Sec the other record to go was that in the three mile in which the George did the Tance in 21m in the 440yard hurdles Floyd smart equated the former Mai Lnu distance in 54 the mile run was one of the feature despite the fact that Johnny did not Joie Ray did an easy time of As he ran fal1 of the Ca Vancl Stout if Chicago in the first half Lap All the men wore within five feet of each at the end of the first Lap runners began to and the second round was concluded Only Throe men really remained in the these were Ray and run Ine in the order Falls sprint is in vain opening the third spurting around the surprised by started after him and then dropped evidently expecting to catch him on the when the open As attained fall saw that it was Al Ost hopeless to attempt to catch the flying Champi he sprinted until he came into the straight again Ray Only 10 Yards in Here his strength failed and he dropped Ray winning in record following is the summary 100vard Dohl Iwon by Ohl Irwin columbian st second Boston Jack Missouri o three mile by Veorse William Lone fluid second ales third Alex Ohieno 21m co 18pound by Arlo Hychko Kansas City a cont gub Mansouri third new Din 4fift 440ynrd Low by Floyd Ichla Nufo Montou Ond Walter Multan Man third now m 10pound Hammer by Leo Kansan second unit new third Illnois 188ft pole by de Illinois first Mark Boston Bec loud Carl Chicago third i Ante Pittsburg 12tt i Low by Chicago Boiton Meadowbrook third Waldo Chicago 24 djs cub by Avila coleus of Chicago second Flose Obi Iris third min noun 140ft running Broad by Chi Leo Alpha hoc a Sherman Chicago third Ouis Pittsl Crft Dos 22ft 4 i 220yard by Cal Cago Ond new third Illinois five mile by Charles Mill Ose Willie Millrons James Dorchester 2dm 28 running High by Clinton Belkham Young University Charlea Choc no second Walter third Jphn Flat i half mlle by Mike Lieut John United Rei Inri Jalc Illinois third Chicago 1m i throwing Tif Pound by second a Nissan City third ill Noah Dan 38ft i javelin by Leo re in new York second ill Noah third Meadowbrook 164 step and by Dan Illinois Chicago of cum Sherman Chicago third Davo new 41 8 120yard by Meadowbrook Philadelphia Waldo Chicago Sciand Boston third Chuago mile by Joie Illinois chief Lorn second Chicago 1m 440yarrt by Frank pm tvs Bure hots new second Karl Chicano third Illinois i final City track meet held at Franklin Field the final track meet of the Park and recreation department of the City of Boston was held yesterday at Franklin j Field the contests were keenly fought during the the i summary senior events inn Yard by Lyons second i Soyard by Walter Downey s4 1 4411vnrd by Fis Dirr second i Ivy Starr j i 2m 12 by of inulin Field cur talks i j Broad 1v a Jot it rimming Hulsi by Teener 5ft twi Oil events by Sullivan second 7 no Yard by Bernard Davis Sec 18 Belay by Kag Alfh a Tsirli i Bob i in a Biff running Broad by White 10ft see that your real business chances and Automo tile Advt appear in the daily Globe this read the Advt in today corp Winchester first in the 100 and 220yard dashes former High school of Commerce athletic stars at Field Day of the soldiers of fort Revere special data Pattii to the Globe sept All the residents of Hull Village and Pemberton turned out this in spite of the heavy to enjoy Tho annual Field Day of Tho soldiers of fort this year two companies of the National which Are stationed at this took part in the the trial heats of Moat of the events and the shot put and the Gigli jump were run off in the in the i hotpot private Jackson Palmer of the 16th easily outclassed All the other entries when he threw the 16 Pound shot 35ft private Stubbs was second with 32ft in the afternoon there was a band concert by the band from fort William gushing was the Al though it rained All afternoon the sports were so interesting that they held the corp William Winchester of the 16th formerly of Boston High school of won both the 100 and 220yard and was on the winning team in thu relay Winchester ran the 100yard dash in 10 4es Over making a new record for the the Best i race of the the obstacle was won by corp Ray 1st i who also came in second in the potato and the Bayonet the entertain ment and dance which was planned for the evening was postponed on account of the Jawn fete in Aid of Tho province town Relief fund Ancl the soldiers hos Pital fund at a mayor John flt emeralds Home at the prizes were awarded at the com Pany canteen at the close of the the summary obstacle by corp Ray 1st by private if re Arft 7ku private ordnance 32ft High he or Dunno 5ft private John lot 4ft William Winner of 100 and 220yard Over the water one of the obstacles in the obstacle Jackson Winner of at the winning tug of scenes and two of the winners at the port Revere Bayonet by private ller Mim 1st company corp Hay Loti com shoe by private Lewis 1st company Prev not 1st com company Ile rated Wall by set incl of 1st com corp Rii mul of Hith com Zimny Hurter Seibt 220ynnl by corp William win private Hith Ili Jinny bit kith Lou Siml by corp a Lallum kith company private Hith i in Prev non 1st corp Kny 1st by kith Iwine Siuy girl vote John a Lith com stranger makes the Best showing leads p boats Home in the racing off Man Taqua wins in the q class in equally Good test conditions special Lii Ratcli to the Globe sept 1today the racing yachts of the rating classes had a Nice Breeze for about three quarters of the course from the but the air did not hold Lon enough and the last three of the r boats finished in almost a Flat again this As the Breeze was from Tho the racing Craft were sent to mid Channel Rock buoy first for a Brand than they were a Fourmile beat to pig rocks Bell buoy and a run with the air holding True the sloops of p and q class had the Best test of the in p Frank planes stranger was Tho first away and except on the reach to the first Mark showed decided superiority Over both the hayseed in and was aka ii in All Points of thus she won with ease by nearly a minute from the likewise in class q the Man Taqua had no trouble with the Auwelda and in class r the rope simply ran away from Tho the summary with the Princess the sum Mary 15foot class name and owner Al Timo h m k did not ill Kluj not finish class p in my and owner f 0 in seed h Borton to Striks j j class q a w s a class r c e c h w b Himelr g 11 Jack ii a h m s Herreshoff 15footers in Snappy race to finish new sept 10th club race of the Beverly yacht club was sailed today in a fair Southeast it did not count for Champion ship honors but was just As keenly con Tho Blue sailed by one of the youngest failed Tho Mark at the Start and was the Nahma sailed Well while the gifted was obliged to take the second the Herreshoff a footers had a Royal race less than in nuts separating four boats at the the Marl Bee and the Natelle came to the line together with the Pronto closely Fol the larger boats were Given the course to Cleveland buoy then to great Hill while 12footers went Abies ledge and great Hill for championship honors the Marl Bee and Whiz led in their respective classes and Tho final contest for Points will be held the summary Crane 1cfooteks w e Rel Liim f h g ii b ii Hei Wieshoff 15footehs f k j b d p and a b Antler Ellz Belij Wal tide 1 i1 s h e 1 l and t n Nebbs Finoff afoot has Blue Hobert j h w Douja Iii Chub Gardner n h j r1 h s Hird class pro Selli g a h Dunne if l Jack sen Paul k Evelyn Jimick m 11 Don Blue Spencer ii e s b h l cat boats d sen Alden h by quiche Kutzen j f copy Wesley Wiiks in Pauline Pussy Philip Winsor dog class pie Francis 11800 Broor l17lo g r not Unish South Boston yacht races Are held in poor Breeze a Light blowing furnished a very poor Breeze for Tho South Boston yacht club races yester Day afternoon in Dorchester by the Low tide the Bandit was grounded As she turned the Long Island the Porcupine was Winner in the first special the Tomboy in Roma in class i and Shadow in class the summary first name and owner Al f Cor time Cal Lhnn 2242i Oreen c b vend h Van Robin George 2mo52 class k p h f w Walter Charles Sally a k class i Duxbury yachts in doubleheader interesting comparisons provided in the racing Carlotta wins twice Wiki Wiki gains on Lead for cup special Dan Patch to the Globe sept 1a doubleheader race was sailed today under the auspices of the Duxbury yacht club in order to make up for tile race that was postponed from last saturday be cause of the Weddine of Edward Bene son of the Commodore of the each class waa sent off again in the second race 10 minutes after the finish of the first there was a la Juht southerly so that the courses had to be made rather it was interesting to see How nearly Rome of the boats hold their same rela Tive positions in both there were More entries in the second race As of the boats did not bet to the clubhouse in time to Start with the first in the Bay blvd class the Whistler ii finished second in the first but was disqualified on a the wild with a second and a inc Reaoch her Lead for the seasons she has also won the seasons cup for the women the summary f1hst race knockabout class fifteen Earold skipper does Well at Annisquam sept race at Annisquam this afternoon was sailed in a Rainy the principal classes being sent Over triangular in the Bird the Hawk led from Start to in Yeara with his Sis ter finished second and de serve from the fifth boat the outer Woods sailed through tha Fleet on the Windward work to second in the 15footer Sherburne in the had hard he was beached at the Start and lost four grounding again near the the Hurrah led a Ujj not Tuk Iii class x Schuh annl Thonius in a t nor Tykea j jntni9 Gertrude Artelt is Winner of 100yard Mermaid swim new sept Gertrude the sensational Lay Earold Mer maid of the Philadelphia won the National 100yard swimming for women to Day at Oakland under the super vision of the Rye Beach she Defeated by a couple of feet miss Elizabeth Ryan of the 1st regiment and miss Charlotte Boyle of the local id tonal woman life a Velnp who finished second and third in this Only Luhcs the winners time was 1m is miss Al Leabeth a teammate of lbs was the Only other she touched out about five Yards behind miss very rough water and a slight head tide account for the slow the National High fancy diving Champion ship for women was won by miss Aileen Allen of Angeles Holder of the Korli inboard Slie ran up a total of As apr inst by miss Josephine Bartlett of the life Savins league and by miss Elu Lilieth Becker of the Phila Delphia Revere Cycle races postponed the bicycle Raies at the Revere Cycle track were last Firlit postponed for the third time by this week which will see the last of the a conc for this season at the Beach will be a Busy As there Are races on for Edne Day and saturday to Morrow night Linart and Madonna will Start in the thrice postponed a on hour motor paced race on wednesday night there la to be on hour motor paced team in which Linnet and Madonna will be paired Alai Tiht Wiley and and on saturday for a Madonna and Corr have entered for the cycling Derby two he Lon Trest race put on at the Beach track this sea there ill be the usual Amateur and professional Competition at each of the three business troubles Edwin u Holmes has filed a Peti Tion in he owes Felt no a indic Neil of Tenor petrel a Crecy Kine John la Inid Kenn Coli Mimi her rent b c Potter Minn Junr Irahet win now s w gift Ord or Bayrid class p n bal Fly i Volhl Helen Mur Wirtl a Nance Boi Ilc win h Arthur in Ninab Birrd Arntt mks Elminor alien Fri Hun Wilsk it 1lcld Whistler we Sable 731 time h in k lobster oat boat class ail Hins a Onnord upper r Loring Hli okd Tiace foot Kenneth Hutehins Mlak Mir cnut win flow patrol i pm e c Lottei John hums s w Milr Ririe or Hur rent Al lotion Morilon Donnill aortic to Llor Wool Bay Iliad class Helen Maxwell f n belch Whistler a Lallum a Uhlna j in h Olid Morno soul Ujj tred Arntt Al Olwert Hole Hutu miss Leunor Al Lull Arthur cd Runnin a Lallum b coffin Viiu sunni Lernon Musu Coburn mrs r m Field Hathoat class Hadanik r Carroll 048flb Otom 01738 knockabout Riff Llyl 1 i 2cwm 11400 1171r 1 l3 41 Planno saturday race sept last saturday race of the Planno boat club was held this afternoon and two classes were around the course a distance of about seven a Light but steady wind was blowing and the boats made fairly Good ten boats starter in the clans p event and eight finished in the class c race three started and labor Day will wind up the season for the boat the summary class r time Andrew ill Ukle Tom h r Croe hit h m Day a tit Frler Villoni w h h k Melville f Hii Glemaud class 0 Charles Beair k i Blodgett p Sawyer tugboats fall to find wind n a a Bept of wind forced the abandonment of the weekly race of the bus boats of the Nahant Dory club there will be a race labor Day morning and because of the postpone ment of three scheduled races the sea son will undoubtedly be Woodland pair finish in Lead Ouimet and Guilford 1 up on travers and Kirby narrow advantage facing second stage of Homeland Home match by my oiliness West sept 1prnncla Ouimet and the two representatives of Tho Woodland club Hantl n Marple of Only one Hole Over Jerome Tri ivors nil Oswald ivol known metropolitan in most st of Tho 72 mole Homeland Limo match the Braeburn country club about 400 golfing enthusiasts watched the which was interesting from Start to the proceeds will be turned Over to Tho red Tho second half or 36 holes will be played next saturday at the Baltusrol new Ouimet and Gull while playing excellent Golf at several holes during the will have to show better Golf several Days hence in order to come on us the new yorkers Uro a formidable and notwithstanding that they were not very Well acquainted with the championship West Newton Mado a Strong this morning at 10 Oclock it looked As though the match would not be started with Guilford paired with Oul w 11 Ile golfer from Woodland played the final match in the invitation tournament at the Abe Naqui Trout club Linkh at having1 won two ices on this which is valued at it took him 13 holes to a inv 7 and Liu Ilford then came Over the Road in a machine to take part in the four Ball match against the new it was i Oclock when started Tho match at Hye and hours later he was on the first teeing ground at Brae Harry chairman of Tho Golf committee at who refereed the had decided thai Gull Ford would not appear and asked War i the Braeburn to fill the place of Guilford arrives from Rye Kirby and Webb had driven from the first tee and were in the act of playing their second shots when Guilford took his stance at the first tee ing he was allowed to drive and Webb picked up his Ball and the match was i the new yorkers halved the first Holo and then won Tho second in a Kirby getting that while of Lect hit the cup for a the third and fourth holes were halved and then travers won the fifth in Ouimet going Over on his third and Guilford being Short on his approach the sixth found Ouimet rimming the cup for a 2 and the Hole was halved in Traver ran Down a 16foot putt at Tho seventh for a Ouimet missed a four footer at the eighth to win Tho Hole in a Fine approach and one putt have the a National open and Amateur Champion a at the left the Boston men 1 Down with nine holes excellent putting by Guilford it the 10th when he ran Down a 12foot ended him and his teammate Tho loss of Hole As third stopped three feet from the again who was playing Preat came into his own at the Lith by holing a 30foot putt for this Hole measuring 442 they halved the and Rullford won the 14th in Par i and the pair were leading for the first time in the they became 2 up by winning the Ouimet nearly holing a six foot putt for a Gull Ford halved the 17th by sinking an 18 foot Kirby laying his second dead for a the 18th won by Ouimet and Gull Ford in 4 to and they were 3 up at the end of the first 18 Guilford and Kirby were Tho stars at Tho first Hole in the afternoon both scored after Guilford sunk a 32foot putt Kirby had Laid his Iron shot dead to the Tho new by alters won the second in 4 to Ouimet being Over on his second and then putting his third into Gull Ford it this Holo was Short on my second arid reaching the Green took two Kirby ran Down a 12foot putt it the third for a both of Tho Massachusetts golfers Grottini in great work by Ouimet the fourth was Ouimet Man aged to halve the after on Tho Edge of the Green on his third Brookline Man played like a whirl wind on the next four scoring a 3 and winning three of the and halving the this phenomenal Golf on the part of Ouimet rave him and his partner a Lead of 4 up with 27 holes All four players scored is at the travers ran Down a Long putt at the Lith for a win and his partner also had the same a the 12th found Tho new getting an easy win in 1 to Ouimet driving out of Bounds and after slicing his being Short on his travers was nicely on in 2 and Down in two More for i 1 and a the next five holes were travers missing a five toot putt at the 17th for a win by rolling the bail instead of putting for the on the last Hole of the Kirby played his a perfect spoon to the he scored a 4 for a win at this Ouimet missing a Short putt for a travers and Gull Ford got following is the Best Ball of the four Guilford and b 4 4 ii t 4 4 s37 trevors Siml 4 4 4 8 4 4 4hll cull Ford and 3 4 8 b 4 4 3 True eth und 4 4 s 0 4 d 3 Ouimet and i n 4 h 2 l nud 4 4 4 n 4 i 8 Dulcet find n n f n 4 i 4 74 travers mid 4 4 8 4 b 4 mrs on rivals at Flossmoor sept the first half in an unbeatable mrs Fred c Letts of Indian Hill to Day gained a Lead of three and with a Irillar Golf on the second handily Defeated miss Elaine Rosenthal of rav Bloe 6 and in defense of her title As woman West Ern Golf Champion at Flossmoor country miss who was Champion in Init and now holds the title of Ortli and South played Par Golf except for three but that was not Good enough to keep even with the mrs As Marjorie Dodd of was both a Tennis and Golf Champion several years today Only added to several performances of championship Caliper during the last two beginning with the winning of the Western title at grand rapids last sum she recently won Tho Chicago competing with substantially the same held an the one she Dis posed of this in today contest mrs Letts displayed skill with All the shots of the game in addition to an uncanny display of head work on All doubtful she jest Only three tie the ninth and the where did not get the required mrs Gaut of Champion of Woji the Consolation flight defeating Ernestine Pearce of Chicago in 9 Newton girl and partner win Golf cup at Duxbury ficut Harriet kill ton of Newton and Gordon Donald of Boston carried off the cup today in mixed foursome tournament at the Dux Bury Golf miss Dorothy Donald and Richard Kenno of Brookline were the annual gymkhana tournament will be held at the Golf club on monday afternoon with a Basket supper the summary Kilts Harriet Elilion and Gordon Donald Mats Iki Rotty Donnld and u f Kenn Atherton Loring and h w pin trek soph Lilun and utome font 9084 Minn Mur Jorle to unit and Hibord Ossil Chandler mra w by wifi and alts Bleb Blus and barrys f Best in i common wealth open although Lliel weather Cimpl tons served to keep the list 131 Golf Era competed in open Jima Leur Tibet los that started Nul yesterday attic common Calth coun try v the Low Srrose was win Ivy scored a 70 for Rounel holes eight Horn Luau hotter than his uen Rcpt Tehune Perio Rennic was excellent Cori by Fierens the Shariy of this Chestnut Hill Mcmullin of the Bellevue its the Winner of the Low net turning in a card of a triple tie resulted the not Atul at the beat card and Atchi scores 4 4 it t 4 4 to 437 4 4 4 s 3 4 a p 00 j a j h 811 j a 811 0 it m j l sleep n 88 87 18 c 87 in u l 78 s in n t 10 70 p 88 18 70 f d 80 0 71 j t 8ft 14 71 g p Ift 7t a it 71 w f 81 18 71 leg 80 18 71 b ii 81 0 75 ii s Clib Mizut 82 10 72 ii w 88 in 7s j j 88 if 72 n 11 81 17 s b ii k 18 72 w of 87 14 73 j e 87 14 73 1 d 10 73 5 s 87 14 73 w h 01 18 70 k 18 7h w d 84 10 74 f a 02 18 74 t f 12 18 74 h g 78 3 70 a 80 10 to a k 14 7s p m 00 is a 7fi j c is 7f r of 18 7fi c 7 70 v u 84 8 it o j in 14 711 j a m 14 711 s 04 in 711 o o comniohwenlthr7 10 7t i c Norfolk 01 14 77 ii n ill 14 77 w or 18 77 o r Commonwealth m 18 77 m 18 77 r 18 77 r ii m 18 77 w b cdininnnwcalth82 14 78 o in 12 7h s 110 78 l 114 it 78 e 06 7s o 11 Al Al 18 7h j 15 fyn 18 78 p Bell 87 s 70 c a is m h Commonwealth 07 18 71 is e 87 18 70 j c 18 70 p c 07 18 70 m j 07 18 70 p 83 go 13 o 08 18 8u 6 i to 18 81 b f 00 18 is l w 17 82 k 18 82 s it commonwealth100 18 82 o h 18 82 j j 18 82 j 18 83 m Ben 84 0 84 w 18 84 t 18 84 n of b 18 st o k in w h d 00 0 00 j w 0 is Belmont other tourneys despite weather yester of Tho i Newton and Vicinity Bolt clubs held at the Oakley the event was a Flag contest and the Prue offered was a fun by her who with his Handicap allowance of nine Halfe tap Yards from the pin at the first extra at the Belmont an even dozen compete Din the Handicap is Maana Chusett rating the prize offered went to with 2 Bloomfield was Winner of the trophy offered in the Handicap medal tourney at the Albemarle his card Reading Woodland held a medal Handicap tournament tyo in class Paul Tewksbury was the Blanchard was awarded the trophy in class Gross Anil net scores Oakl Iky Platig i Toumi unsent re Ramunn d planted flair fix from Hole Baldwin in Hon big about 2b t from 19th Hola in lilt Worth if planted Lilu bin about 15 a Nils from 10th is planted Flani about i2fl it fr6m Ostli Brooki 21 planted 36 Yards from Home up bin Handicap in Utonn Ratlif Barbour up Mont 1 Down Hull Van 8 Hinr Lacap modal Flay 7007 w off7fl m77 Woodland Handicap medal play ob81 Clam with a leads the Field at Montclair sept with a led the Field of 20 of Alfera who competed in the sweepstakes tour Ney for members today at the Wollas ton Golf thereby winning the Stoss the Best net Wuh awarded to who had a card of the Gross and net 8176 Mcnamara establishes new Wyan Kentuck record great Bept 1ln an exhibition Golf match for the Benefito he red Cross held at Wyan Kentuck county club course at great Barroner ton Tom Defeated 7amen and James by a wide established a new record for he making his morning round n three strogies better than the Murk set by Roger Hovey in Ker Rigan turned in a card of 71 in the after Lonpo driving marked Kerrigan play in while Mcnamara approaching and putting was the feature of the the morning round was played in a heavy rain the Mcnamara out 3 5 4 b 4 3 ii 337 in 2 3 g 3 4 5 3 out 4 5 g s 4 5 2 4 i 33375141 Kerrigan out 4 5 6 o 4 4 40 3 i 3 4 5 2 out 344654 4 in 46 345 in the hell Falb of the mens championship for the Wight hol Lander beat s and and Delano Dewindt beat 6 and Holton in Tedesco Golf tourney sept 1the Flost 36 of 72 holes for the club Chirin Plo ship was played today at Ted eco the bum Mary h ii 86 88 108 i a str a 91 80 17rt w k so 87 j77 l a 87 04 8i r ii on 04 184 j 04 Bingo la forced to 60 in Mcdonalds Trotter wins at Readville and Lott Todd among the Good matinee performers metropolitan driving club held its Pat once Raco oper Tho read lilo track yesterday some fast Tirpe arid Good racing featuring the pro Tyllo class a trotting event brought out Throe of the bust performer owned by the me Viera of Tho owned and driven by my heat owned by Geprge Graves and driven Hynd and Raymond owned and Fly George in atm go she was forced to go the first in 213vi and the last in last half of the first mile was in and the Lant half of the second heat was in 1 a three Earold Colt he Echo owned by Edward Green of still keeps up his winning beating Mcdonalds Helen Scott locks Twoy Earold filly my and Hunts old George a ovals Molly won a clo race from Ime Donalds aril a driven by Ralston Chaincy Sears Peter Fairbanks am Thomas p Whites this was the fastest race the Mare has Ever turned in since she has been in the matl Neo the summary deaths Matthew to loved on of Nyrl the Keliin Doc mfr Nee funeral Anim ills inti f27 in Irwin lit s solemn of lit it Pallas Church it n Kent Luna friends note a Lilly invited to in Catherine of tile late mar ten Nyrl by Levi funeral from Home of her Allan 2780 september it 8 solemn High mems of up Pilim it Jones he cd Ronli 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cd Ord Drew n crowd this afternoon on thu second a b3d annual cattle show and Kuli of Tho Weymouth agricultural and in Dustral at South school Sloyd and i club sex much Gen Oral interest was shown in the horse the summary mixed by Hob Al Zalm Monn a invert nil 2111 by Mobel 123 Niort Lorn by norther Ina ii 0444 8 3 s 4 3 ill 2 in 8 to by Many Leo by urn by Donnie w Chi nmn the Ball game for Ort White sox of South Weymouth 7 to the score 2 3 4 b 6 78 9 r h ii 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 and horse firemen Mill tary Drill and Ball games will feature the fair on labor nov Beeckman awards trophies at Newport r sept Hun dred children of the cottage Colony cheered gov Livingstone Bueckman of Rhode Island today when he presented Silver and Kilt trophies to the in Tho childrens Lawn Tennis tournament at the the prizes were contributed by James mra Lauren Van Alen and James Van the summary mixed Van and Minn Anna Shipman Bent Crnic did la or and atm it Arbara boyb1 Singlak Van aim Bent John 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