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JOE MILNER TAKES THE
The feature race of the Jockey Club's
weekly meeting on Saturday last was
a sprint over the five and half furlong
journey and brought out some ot tne
best horses here.
Joe Milner, running in the colors of
little Miss Helen Waring and ridden by
Call, showed a sparkling performance
in this event and accounted for first
money over Troben, Bay Leaf and Lida
of Earl. Bay Leaf had the early foot
of the field and set a sizzling pace to
the first turn with Troben following
closely in second place and Joe Milner
squeezed in behind. As the field swung
around the first turn Troben ran a tritle
wide and Call, quick to take advantage
of the situation, shot his mount through
the opening and was soon two lengths
ahead of his field. Going down the back
stretch Troben disposed of Bay Leaf
and set sail for the flying leader, but
of no avail for Joe was in a running
mood and breezed on past the Judge's
eye with speed to spare. Troben saved
the place and Bay Leaf took the short
end of the purse.
Lee Folger uncovered a good one in
the six furlong dash when his Old Gibb
took the measure of a shifty band of
sprinters in that number. The Folger
gelding took the track with the fall of
the flag, and was winging all the way,
winning by several lengths, pulled up.
Mrs. Leo F. F. Wanner 's entry, Mary's
Magneto and True as Steel, finished
second and third in this event and Mary 's
Best was the outsider.
One of the prettiest races of the day
and one of the best seen here in some
time was the match race between Henry
B. Swoope's Wasseon and C. C. Coddmg
ton 's DartAvorth. The latter had a shade
the best of the break by reason of Lasses
alertness at the post, but the Swoope
representative was soon on even terms
and from then on the pair raced as a
team. Both riders had steadying holds
on their mounts until run for home was
eached where they set them down to a
gruelling stretch drive, Wasseon finally
forging his head to the front. Wasseon
is holder of the 1:00 2-5 record for five
furlongs at Pinehurst, and it has not
been many years since Dartworth was
cleaning up everything in sight on the
big tracks and was considered one of the
best horses in training.
In the harness division of the after
noon's sport, J. C. Thomas drove Red
Line to victory in successive heats in the
Class B. pace, working his way through
the field and coming from behind in each
instance. The Class A. trot went to
B inland, owned and driven by Sebree.
Laddie Boy finished second here and
Longwood took third money.
Numerous specialties were held between
races including a tilting contest which
was won by Jack Latting. Mr. Latting s
team also won the prize in the potato
race. The Christmas races will be held
on Monday of next weekj instead of Sat
urday this week.
The summary :
TEE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Class A. Trot
Binland (Sebree) 112
Laddie Boy (Sargent) 4 4 1
Longwood (Wickert) ' 2 2 5
Lee McKerron (Clarke) 3 3 4
Baby Ruth (W. Smith) 5 5 3
Time: 2:29 1-4, 2:29 1-4, 2:21.
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Class B. Pace
Red Line (Thomas)
Tvirl TTenrv (SharD) - - o
Little Tommy (Sargent) 3 3 4
Duplanville (Sebree) 4 4 2
Earl B. (Hodges) 5 5 3
Time: 2:24 1-4, 2:24 1-4, 2.24 1-4
Match Race, 5 Furlongs
Wasseon (Burns) 1
Dartworth (Lasses) 2
Time: 1:01 2-5
6 Furlong Flat
Old Gibb (Lasses) 1
Mary's Magneto (Wright) 2
True as Steel (Hickey) 3
Time: 1:16. Mary's Best also ran.
0V2 Furlong Purse
Joe Milner (Call) 1
Troben (Burns) 2
Bay Leaf (Hickey) 3
Time: 1:09 3-5. Lida of Earl also ran.
SAND HILL POLO TEAM
DEFEATS CAMP BRAGG
After holding the local team scoreless
for two successive chukkas and despite
the brilliant playing of Major C. B.
King for the military team, the Sand
Hill Polo club triumphed over the team
from Camp Bragg by 12 goals to 4 in
the first annual Christmas Polo tourna
ment, played on the Number One field
at Pinehurst on Wednesday of this week.
One of the outstanding features of the
game was a spectacular run the entire
length of the field for a goal by Major
King, who scored two of the visitors
four goals. Camp Bragg 's other two
goals came by virtue of a score by Major
C. L. Clark and one goal by handicap.
John A. Tuckerman played a particu
larly fine game for the Sand Hill team
and scored four of the goals credited to
the winners, as did F. W. Haserick, a
former member of the Camden team,
who likewise scored four goals. W. V.
Slocock scored two, and Captain A. Lof
tus Bryan gave his team strong support
and scored two goals himself.
Eight chukkas of seven and a half
minutes each were played.
On Friday of this week three teams
consisting . of Camp Bragg, the Visitors
team and the Sand Hill team will partic
ipate in a Round Robin.
The line-un was:
Major C. B. King
Major C. L. Cl.-jrk
Major F. W. Bowley
Back Lt. Col. O. R. Norton
F. W. Haserick
J. A. Tuckerman
W. V. Slocock
Back Capt. A. Loftus Bryan