Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
for H. UNPACK RACE TROPHIES R. H. WENDELL ENDICOTT SENDS BEAUTIFUL TROPHIES FOB PRIZES IN LOCAL ENDICOTT ENDICOTT DERBIES The trophies sent by H. Wendell Endicott, eastern capitalist, to be prizes in the Endicott dog derby, were unpacked today. They are beautiful examples of the silversmith's silversmith's and engraver's arts. The silver loving cup will be iven to the racer winning the derby this year and it is understood it is Mr. Endicott's intention to donate a similar cup each year. A silver plaque, mounted on mahogany, mahogany, will become the property I of the racer winning the derby the j greatest number of times in the 10-year period which began in 1926. When the plaque came there were carved -upon it the names of Cecil H. Clegg, 1926 winner, Walter Noll- ner, ,1928 winner, and Fred Stickman, Stickman, winner in 1929 and 1330. The derby was not run in 1927. In addition Mr. Endicott annually annually donates $200 as prize money. The Fairbanks Kennel Club win meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the commissioner's courtroom to decide decide when the races will be held and to decide on the courses.