Clipped From The Bradford Era
Plans Are Completed For 14th Valley Hunt * * Â· * Â· * One of the largest crowds ever to attend a horse show in Bradford is expected here over the coming weekend for the 14th annual Valley Hunt Class C Horse Show at the Lewis Run club. The event, which has drawn 120 entries, opens Friday evening at 6 o'clock and comes to a close on Sunday night with the five gaited Stake and Championship awards. This event gets undeiway at 9:40 p. IB. All hotels in the city report, a record capacity for the weekend with many of the patrons remaining for the entire shree days. Something new has been added for this year's show. For the first time since the annual event opened 14 years ago many of the events will be under the lights. The outside hunting course has been completely redesigned for the affair. Robert B. Bromeley, president of the Valley Hunt Club Horse show, has announced that a total of 67 classes has been scheduled for the three-day show, including hunters, jumpers, saddle ponies and horses, walking horses and equitation. There will be six permanent trophies presented, including the Conformation Hunter event for the Kendallxchampionship; the Working Hunter Championship for the Zippo Manufacturing Company trophy; Young Hunter Championship for the James I. Leyburn cup; United Refining Company trophy for the Jumper championship; the Harry M Wick- Memorial championship and the John -Cable Memorial champion trophy. In addition to the trophies there also will be $3,000 in cash prizes awarded. Local exhibitors at the show include George Daggett Jr., Amanda Harmon, Nancy VanDyke, Sabro Keery, Robert Fanrun, John Bryner Jr, John Shaffner, Linda Keery, Reine Keery, Carol Conklin, Sally Zook, Kay Bannon, Gay Gilmore, Catherine Bromeley, Joan Dougherty, S. K. Tate, Susan Highfield, John Purtle, Dede Bird, Jay Bird, Hanley Bird, Damta Linehan and Grace Conklin. Among the 120 entries are Miss Ann Jean Murray, Kenmore, N. Y., Mrs. Ann McKechnie, Newark, N. Y., Wilbur Hodges Jr., Brecksville, O., Glendora Farms, Warren, 9 horses; David L. Clark ITt, Allison Park; Dave Bmki, Hur^ar; Jerry Ruili, Union town; Carberry Hill Farms, Cheswick; Joseph W. Bucher, Boli- vai, David G. Forman, Williamsville, N. Y.; Jackson and Perkins, Newark, N. Y., 2 horses. Marcia D. Hill, Wellsboro; Justa Bout Farms. Venetia, Pa., 4 horses; Elizabeth Ginther, Buffalo; Barrett Poultry Farms, Belmont, O.; Valley View Stables, Cuba, N. Y., 5 hoises; McNichol Stable, Ford City, 2 horses, Pleasant Valley Stables, Wampum, 3 horses; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hames, Mt. Lebanon, ~ hoises, Dr. and Mrs. C F. Beall, Wefford, 3 horses; Miss Nan Olsen, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs Martin O'Rourke, Mt. Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Zeigler, Mars, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. R. Templeton Smith, Pittsburgh, 2 horses; Daniel Lenehan, Duncansville, 2 horses; Charles K. Bassett, Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Clark, Allison Park; Mrs. Charles F. Burke, Elmira, 2 horses, Mr', and Mrs. David Williams, Wellsboro; Mr. and Mrs. C L. Cramer Olmsted Falls, O ; Rita Kramer, Olmstead Falls. O ; Betty Earth, Lakewood, O.; Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Steward, Shaker Heights, O. Mrs. C. S. Harris, Chagrin Falls, O.; Sally Reddig, Shaker Heights, O.; R o b e r t Licker, university Heights, O.; Cornish Farms, Pine City, N. Y.; Lawrence Krise, Knox- jville, 2 horses; Hillview Farm, Washington, Pa., 2 horses; Mr and Mrs. E. L. McKissick, New Castle, 3 horses; Chieftain Stables, Meaa- Â·vUl", 2 horses; Brokenstraw Valley Statues, Lottsville, 2 horses. Terrace Farms, Jamestown, 4 horses; Chester I. Burnett," Cleveland, 3 horses. Hickory Brook Farm; C. W. Moon; Lakelawn Farms, Skaneateles, N. Y, 4 horses; Earl Weaver, Oil City,' 2 horses; Dr. J. C. Constantine, Conneaut, O ; Raccoon Acres, Canf ield, O.; 2 horses; Frank Roberts, Youngstown, O.; and Peter J. Livolsi. Phillies Beat Braves 19-13 In Little Loop Coming from behind twice, the Phillies imally outscored the 19 to 13, at the Mill St. diamond last night m the National League division of the Little League. The winners were outhit, 13 to 11, took advantage of 14 walks to in every inning but the second. Andy Ellenberger. who finished the game on the mound, was leading batsman for the winners garnering three hits while Pat Colosimo Carl Bartleit. and Pat Carroll each had two. Cicerella. i Comilla, and McMillan each got i three hits for the losers. 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