Sport: Reginald Vanderbilt

As it must to all men, Death came last week to Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt. He died at Portsmouth, R. I., in his 45th year, of a throat infection which had caused internal hemorhages.

A huge foreign motor car of primitive design, roaring by night through the streets of New Haven informed the inhabitants of that town, some 25 year ago, that Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt was going out for the evening. The same vehicle, roaring back through the dawn, let them know that he would be in for the day. Even at that time the press...

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