Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-04


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Jo-key •■ Molesworth is among the recent arrivals at Juarez. It is sai.l that «.2tt9. l00 passed through the nitltuc] machines on the closing day at 1-aurcl. Ike Striker has reached Juarez with the horses he raced on the li:ilf-mi!e circuit in eastern Canada. Trainer T. B. Muuford has arrived at Juarez with Ihaj staid:1 of Wade The McLeluore boms have been resting on their owners ranch in leas. romance of the lurf will culminate at Baltimore Mi Novemlier 14 with the marriage of Johnny Mc-iaasarl one of Americas leading jockeys, to Miss klarie Mai-Donald, daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Frauk-iin MaclJoimld. prominent in the social life of Camden. X. J. It is r-ported in Montreal that there is to Ik? a re-jirriniremeut of the Dorval Park Jockey flub director-le wiih a view to a united and continuous policy. Tbou-li racing under the regulations and authority Associations, the Dorval ..f the Canadian Baciug Club is not a member of that body. W II Rowe expresses the opinion that John E. Midden did a shrewd thing from a breeders view iioiiit in buving Hessian. Mr. Madden has a uiiinlter r «tir SIkmiI mares which ought to uick particularly well with Hessian, as in the comparatively near nTst itoth Star Shoot and Hessian run into the same family, and an excellent one at that. T Hodge trainer for K. II. Elkins. has bought from It K Mulhollanil the horses Lucky K. and J. i "antrill for .3»W. They were added to the I iktaa striig that left yesterday in the special for x..«- «»rli-uis Klkin- also purchased from Mulhol Dick I iunell-lSelle Crater. colt by bay 1, ml the .■i,,i fourteen racers to lake to the Crescent City. Vurust Belmont is having his training quarters . n .iniijr tie Belmont Dark Terminal steeplechase course Templet el v!.-! and i-.titl.-l. The sta- i,i..« hive been iciiainted and put in perfect comli- wlVile trainer S. C. Hildreths house has been Vonsm.cteil n and greatly improve.1. Among other improvements «H »* steam heat ami electric lights. T,„, .-..iineld Cup. at one and one-half miles, for thriyeat oUS and over. W*M n.n at Caulfield. Aus- i, Ocl.bcr 15. and resulted in the success ol I He .do with William the Silent second and ikh third Sixteen horses started and the race , I ... . : ::4 Betting on the placed horses was «■ t 1 -.gainst Lavendo. 2i to 1 against William the Silent" and 1 to 1 against Cyklon. i- ,.„.;„.. uoint of view. New Zealand is nvore Hon. a u " Anitwltan r slates. Moiiej iliTs" " be talizato. and all the clubs flourish. n 11...?. is no talk of curtailing racing there, but some in New South Wales see... ol of the tie nrmrietarv ptopi people J- b ,s together and voluntarily rarinS! during the last few years there .tremendous increase in unregistered ra. -i.c s bee i New South Wales, and it is only a n.aC i I v r itself and I tef of time lor public opinio:, to assert reform at least in two centers where nsist oil some St h! verj much over.loi.c.-Mellmurne Argus. • ■ .,,. «t I -lurel was iiartlctilarlv brilliant and ?heW raratVw the biggeSt in the history of r£? track Manv notables were present, particularly and gave tone to the occasion. . "ul .,, Washington, "... ",i.W tin- ltussiau an.bassj.doi-. witu i : , :::, v1 of f"ie . : - •»«■ T1- "ri "1" "« 1 and il.v Joseph Tumulty, was present ,■ Jos vate secretary .- ju f rtini,-1 a whole lio t of Maiylandcs prominent h. i " • ut lWn. nuiong them Emerson C. W » .on.- life were w.rc ***•,. and Democratic candi-larriugton. State ""wr off hf .took . e c te for governer. . t - beated campaign. Baltimore of a itsi-ful string ,•. harles .i Pfizer n«„r f former Iv owner "" , t vvorth M.w.ral I • Kteeplechasei- •""!, ."stifieil in supplementary i,in", ""V-.eVuSrVol.rt at Xew York that iVVs1;:, a/ses aid is subject to liabilities of examination was eonducle.1 in eon- ■ ■ i ttHt The i uST with an effort of James Talcott. a dry good. i I commission merchant, to ccdlect a judgment for 4.: «;7. obtained in December. 1! 14. Testimony by Mr. Pfizer was to the effect that he had lost .- iOO in four years, some of his losses being through Max M. Hart, a note broker, who was sentenced for fraudulent dealings to the Federal prison at Atlanta. Ga. Mr. Pfizer obtained a large part of his original holdings through the Charles Pfizer Drug Company, which his father headed for many years.

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