Notables View Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-02


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.s NOTABLES VIEW RACING SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y., August 1 There was a fine crowd cut for the opening, though the gathering was not as large as will be seen on Saturday next. Every box in the stand and clubhouse have been reserved for seme time and if there wore as many more boxes they would not more than fill the demand. Among these noticed in the boxes and viewing the horses in the paddock were Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Widener, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Riddle, Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont, Samuel Ross, W. A. Prime, Edward Murphy, James W. Fleming, Will H. Anderson, Samuel Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Willets, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKee. William T. Pink-erton, Harry Payne Whitney, Lawrence Wat-crbury, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Jones, Montfort Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Milam, W. J. Winn, Thomas F. Costigan, Fred Fenchler, Thomas F. Mona-han, F. J. Farrell, Stephen P. Pettit, H. W. Sage, Ben Block, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Spence, Thomas Welsh, A. J. Joyner, James Rowc, .1. E. Madden, Ed F. Simms, Henry Oliver. James Shevlin, R. T. Wilson, George H. Bull, J. Brandt Walker, A. B. Hancock, G. A. Cochran, J. A. Drake. W. G. Street, W. A. Leroy, Morton L. Schwartz, Col. R. II. Williams, Pierre Lorillard, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sharpe Kilmer. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Clark, Dr. R. W. McCully. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Barklie, Harry W. Smith, W. B. McKitridge, W. P. Burch, William Garth, James K. Maddux, John II. Madigin, Desha Breckinridge, C. J. Ryan, C. J. Quinn, Charles P. Boland, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Folger. Leland Sterry and F. B. Conover. President Wilson and secretary-treasurer George H. Bull were the recipients of ma:iy compliments on the rare beauty of the grounds, which were a revelation even to those who were familiar with what had been done in 1921, when it seemed that the limit in the way of embellishments had been reached. There was the usual reunion of the racing clans from East and West during the day. The paddock was thronged for two hours before the races opened.

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