Newport's Automobile Races.
The New York Times
August 31, 1900
Special to The New York Times.
NEWPORT, Aug. 26.—The entries for the automobile races at Aquidneck Park on the afternoon of Sept. 6 are arriving from out of the city, while most of the cottagers here are entering their machines. William K. Vanderbilt, Jr., has entered his racing locomobile and John R. Livermore his locomobile. W. J. Max-Muller of the British Embassy has entered a locomibile and Harold Vanderbilt his tricycle. Knight Neftel, an automobile racer, will race his automobile, while the New England Vehicle Transportation Company has entered their fast racing automobiles. The automobile Company of America has entered one of their racing machines, and George I. Scott his electric automobile. A number of additional entries arrived in the mail to-day from New York and Boston. Mr. Bostwick will compete with his new French racing machine. Hermann Oelrichs has been selected as one of the judges for the events.
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