Sport: One Man Track

As a fast field of horses led by Red Aril was pounding around the Narragansett Track at Pawtucket, R. I. in the last race one day last week, the track's managing director, dapper Walter E. O'Hara, sat nervously champing a cigar in his luxurious penthouse atop the clubhouse. By Mr. O'Hara's side sat his two lawyers and outside the door stood some 20 of Pawtucket's police, stout liegemen of Walter O'Hara's friend and political ally, Pawtucket's Democratic Mayor Thomas P. McCoy. Beyond them stood a delegation of State police, sent by Rhode...

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