With perfect Southern California weather, an excellent quarter-mile track consisting of two left turns, one right and an extremely large loop in the back stretch with no straightaway, gave the crowd of over fifteen hundred more than their money’s worth. In the First Event, Harry Pelton, Jr. rode inside position and with Ed Kretz running about two feet behind Pelton almost from the start, the contest became a two man race that had the crowd on its feet from the drop of the flag. Pelton won, and at the end of the eight events was proven to have established the fastest time of the day, 4 min. 21 sec. Final results: 1st, Harry Pelton, Jr. JAP 30:50; 2nd, Ed Kretz, Indian 45; 3rd, Glen Campbell, Indian 45 and 4th, Dick Milligan, Crocker 61.