Sport: On the Hop

After ephedrine, what? Benzedrine, said the Maryland Racing Commission. Evidence: the saliva test on Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark's Cosey, winner of the Fairmount Steeplechase Handicap at Pimlico. Result: Mrs. Clark's stable, top steeplechase money-winner of the year, suspended pending hearing—the third ban for doping horses handed out by the Maryland Commission this season.

Meanwhile Elizabeth Arden Graham's trainer, Tom Smith, charged by the Jockey Club of New York with using a 2.6% ephedrine solution (to clear up his horses' heads, he said), appealed his'year's suspension, and was promised a public hearing. Roy Waldron, his successor as Mrs. Graham's trainer, had already proved...

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