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(afarrlll M M) rure T (MX), claiming. 4- year-old and an. 0 furluot: , I SMtRTFyL Stretch runner Bl BBINH Mint roni.lenl WILD Ht: IB r. Raring mrll D..II.' Imac. 111 S. Armstrong n Plav I I I., t. Caok xmart IX " E. Danhaurr R.ihbin HIT 4.. Walker Ma perd 111 J. Brrkon Wild Helrra 111 T. Barrow k. II. .h I I t ,. Malkrr ladvMldaa lit T. Madrf'a King'a LadT II'! T. Maddra Hibblta 113 C fhamnaca TRTRD Paia S2.no0. rlaimiag. rar-old and a. 6 furlungi: I.ATE BREEZE Oa dg aow 4 HltDERir Orerdna BIBBLE CTH Hard U flcara ant rhllderle lit W. L. Jhnoa Hi io-I lad H7 G. Walkrr Hubble (.lira 113 S. Vrm.lrnng Bin Falroa II'! K.lale. KomarT Aaa 1115 No bo Gracious Heart 107 E. Danhaaer Kohia Red 111 G. Walker IHhaf II! W.I. Johntoa Ughlint Joha 111 S.Armlrong tMacnn lift I.C. l ook I ale Hreeia I I K C. H-arfler H-afety Latk 1117 G. Waikrr At50 ELIGIBLE tr.ar Senorita 107 No b fhaelalrr 112 R. La le P. L. r.rhvaotn entry: M H. VanBerg rntrr W. Zakoor ntri ; lhantnla SUhl entry. FOf'RTH Por (2.000. rlaiming. . 7earKldi. 6 furloagi: MR FELIX ir layoff didn't hart LANDMARK GAL Uni-he fat MAIERM).N Mill a threat Mrle S.H,11a 10t No dot "ir leiu II I No boy Chole Blla 17 No boy I andmark (.at I IO J. rbiliip Bona Boy l7 No boy SFIanear 111 No boy : Mteron 11.1 No bo Hidden .MotiT II ! i. Naiareth I orrlne I. 1 ' No boy I ilae l No boy tPti Pat 110 No boy M. and I. PrWkelt entry: Pollard and Harkin entry. JH. Forrnt- FIFTH Pura j ear-olds, goile: TED TOCHl M R IRE KVWE VI R MSTER Joflela tlmpeller iir ter Rare- knitl Nicht Parade Hrntrh Jack tTea Galloa Hat led lorhum 3.34)0. alloykaner. 3- Gettinc bet I re f an't aeent la via took for Improvement ini in t I1 17 lot 1 III ll 110 Ot. Chimnacne G. Walker I- f. t ook G. Champagne No bov No boy G. Walker No boy , ZaKoor entry. tG. A. Sarki entry: t STTH Piir SI.500. elaimiag. 3-jr- ald. and as. furlong: ) RRONlC Touch right now' ' TXIIINY t.. to eatrh him i BON LNN Mretrb runner j Tarony 1 o. a. Arm. I rone K.rome I IO Walker Mtrmidoa 115 J. B'-ekona Sorority Hi W. I-Jnhnaoa .' Fling Dreaga lnt A. Ponara ' M nay leled 1 -t T. Barrow i Bon I.yaa ll 6- fhampagn Sir Walter B. lit E. Danhaaer Right imh Hi D. Madden Hart-Mr, and E. Ward entry. ETFNTH Para 11.000. claiming, year-old. 1 1-lrJ auk.: M. CORK Beade to mrprl WHIRL OFT Front ranner CARLENE AU ra gooa M. fork 1K No boy fnrky Paul lift W f. J..ha.o Whirl Off l W. I .t-.hn.oa t arlen lll-l O. Waiker l War Dog l No boy Mmnetmcer lH J. Jaeoha I iilnnrl l'ia III D. M Me I ..la Flla I'll . Walker Bern Key III I. Hul. lander i final l.dltloa 115 S. Armstrong P. L. Grlyom eatry. Fir.nTH Par SI.eWVt. claiming. 4- year -aids aad ID. im mile. I JOE'S LADDIE Hi. dlvt.ara COPPER POT Good aa any ather SVIl IIXjE Racing weU Main Bet 113 E. D.nhauer ula 1 1"4 J. M. Tarner J.'. lad HO (..Walker l or He Traa I07 S. Arm.trong t hiilia iineen 17 U C. Cook I ppr P4 107 R. Armatroog Pro 11! J. Naiarrth I heek Fa l7 G Champagn MiM Ik II ! W. Mrtadden .mdce IIS O. Praagnet lore.. I tea Ally 107 Na boy 5ponnd apprentlr allow. nc. claimed. Cloudy and lnw. WTTlt ill-MUTUELS IUT DO DILI lit tail Ttaf tktl IimM Paagafa an I ilaay S I aa) POST TIME 8:15 P.M. trWS: reaa t illiad . i Tgyil H Ma at JO r a. awtaMna wa teaad Mw M 7 sua aa. AT THE BAIL CAME, John RusVin cigari art a clean hit wilh tht fans, becouit they'ft olwoyi wild, fragrant end really oh'sfyinfl. Buy . few today. I. LEWIS CICJAX MANUFACTURING Race Results and Entries at Leading Tracks NORTIIVILLE RESULTS FIRST ' rl trot, on mil: V-t. i i 11 k 7 Jul A INI 9 OO Shadvdalr Worth fCarri 4.00 3.00 ! Henry Spencer 4tanlll 3.K4I Tim ?:I7. Black Rlogea. Blanch I- J Bonaa Sner. M ary Hop. toloolay. SrxOND 26 rllM pm. conditioned. on mile: Pa.tlm Charlie (Taylor) 8 SO S.OO 2.60 aigon 4B..rtn 260 Senalor Mill (Hall! Tim 2:1? 3-3. Cd Creek. T. .hb. 4 nunleroart Chief. Abbc'a Hoaor, Welter ratrhea. DAILY DOUBLES AT PFTROIT Ratty 8. aad Rabin Bii AT NORTHVItl.lt Fodrrirla and rallm ( harlM $13.00 T AOl EDICT Ada C. and Rampailioa SIS-BO AT MONMOrTII Edna and Trdd'a fir OU lair 123.40 ST ARIIVCTON So Thrr and Itgrr Turn 113.60 THIKI) Two-year-old trot, one mile: Hi lo. line Mandril) 11.1 4.fU 4.20 ..IruorlhT iBoringl 4.10 3.10 uU( irr Karri 4.10 Time 2:17 3-.V Doe Blake. Teakwood Elnx. tKlit Flaanery. The Krjotrer. T. Wiiiiam raui. FOI RTH - I rlia aaeo. one wile: Juno Worthy hrlrt,.n J!.bO 1'J.tMI B.40 ourno 1 1 onderhtirkl 3.'0 2. Ml Grond Anol llMlnl 4. AO IimeI. I 1-fV. intt Red. Rnnda l-r B.. t.py Keyietr. Iru Meaard. Desde. Buna. FII'TH 21-20 rla trot, one mile: Waldorf M.rlnnl .i0 .l.tMl 2 May llet.irla I Berry I 3 HI ."I 'M Holl'rood Bill il.ro.. ml 4.HO Time 2:10 --V Hardtooa. fortMirai Gene. Dream By. Tlw. Trraagi. MXTII 2"!-2l ela pare, one mile: Diamond Pointer Iroi.l) ; M :l.M.l .1 IO lnmir (Wilh.m.l B.'.'tl Xi.in.il Soi.g 1 1 unilerburkl B.iHt Time '! :. Marlon Spearer. hhedle Direct. Ruai lrra Jayioff. Guilty, it Dale. MIFNTII 17 trot, oaa mile: Jl'mie Halt, tliathartl fci.lMI a WO 7.00 . thee, la lBrooer) .4 S.mn Gut B. (hrl Time i 2-3. Lnrky Jim. May Ring. Vo:rK Dilloa. Luella Li.ll. EIGHTH Pare, an Bill: ' Kay Mono ( Mrlimarrayt .HO 3.M l.fiO Pine Kirtre Dodoie IMiwrl S.4U ft - Better .Maid tJamea) A.M) Time i:0 -...v Frla Adam. Jimmy Brooke. Gay Ntari. partia G-. Liltl Kip. NINTH Pae. one mile: Dynamite Thief W Il'mal 4.fcO S.0O 2 0 Gallant Journey il'nnderburkl 3. JO .l.wi Marian atle iHalll 4.IMI Time 2:l Tekla fa.tle. I ittle Doe. i'rotpeet l Eya a) rattan. 111-Lo : Kugrr. AQL KDl CT RESULTS FIRST Fly ana half furlong: Ada 1. flrieot 11.70 A.IHI .1 HO I opper Kiyer tBolandl 4.40 .!. Frenrb Quarter Komtinll 3.9 Tlme 1 :0lt 5-3. Combrar. toy Noah, Three Three. Tot ( ., Trola. In lah. Grandma Joie. Heat Lighting. Jultia. Mf OVD Mi fnrlonga: Rann.ulli.io ipimonl 3.30 4.00 2 0 Unirk leal (riirlork) Iti.MI fi.' Bimfort l lamplll l 4.70 Time 1:11. tatile. Brh' Fir.t. Ion. nl Kah. Beltya Alll.l. t. King. Ideal. Free I ine. Sinuarotrb. Balaam. M 1-atnar. liar Kita. THIRD Mil and aa eighth: " Intercept iKirklandl J.'.bO .2tl 7 TO lle of War I "xurloekl Daring Maid tiolrt A.IO Raillne Rand. Tim 1:3 1-3 Pelerun. Vthi.ker Soar. Vrg Pillar.. v Defence. prtlltht ll .ma I Key. Fluti a( Light. llalryara. I eadrrahio. kidded. Field. FOI RTH Veyea furlong: An.ley tErrlcol llr.-'O B.10 3.30 Tumeric tColei 6.10 3.30 Be Mode! IMcCrearyl 2.IO Tim 1-21 l-A. Klng'a Ialy. Demon. Windsor Pearl. Gaard of Honor. Battle Rotal. FIITH Ahaat mlle! tB.Kim Boom lAn.teattt 3.M 2.20 Wanderirim llrrrrlll 2 ; ttherwell lnyder 2.-." .BO U tell .'.Ml Time 3:.M f raene ' I art tronomer. Suleen. Bah- Whey. tParker-lngalla entry: 1 1.. D. Weir entry. SIXTH sir furlonn: ft in S.IK1 ? .'! ton. in Gnerin 20)O 1ASO Miitiira itVnlxnd) SI.AO Pintor (WorvHhoue Time 1:1.1. I nam -yie.iiam. Pot- ponrri. Primal, war tame, louol nam. I THIRII-SF.VFN'TH yen fnrlnr: I old., mil: Vain Paritaa torecal d.0 .SO t.SO Adiiag i rearo) 3.-0 ?.f0 Toto (Atkinon S..O Time F" An Two. drt. Lady Reone.1. Fanell. Alley. FK.IITII Mil and a altteeath: rnle tsrnrl.vkl 6.'.'0 OO Wild Tin ll'ermanel 10 SO With Sword. l4Ume) s.o B.'.'O .V10 Time 1:17 ?-. rrtneeaa HI ner., load I la.ie Nirht. Fleeting By, l.nrlrllue. Wlnd.liff. B. Battery. Rltee. Tedlln. MONMOUTH RESULTS FIKT Mile and a iyteentb: F.ir Idn, llernandeil I9.4MI I. CO f!0 Male'. B..r lM..ra Irt.iO S.SO Perehan (Roger. I ..'- Time I: l Mr. Briar. Digit. I nl- irrul. h Wolf. rayert.n. Bnddt Soeep, era Ulie. Neer Belter, Km Pell. srrON'D Fly and a half furlong.: Terfdr'. Plenie Stout I 4-Q 3 SO t "O Amhrnw iBoolmeti.l 0.40 A.ttO Lad Herod K.ii'nil . S.'iO Time 1 :07 I-.V Blna Peowa. Adaro, Mental r..mm.l. Orltana. Buna I n. Spur Henry. F.lghty-t.ight. Hypoma, Hilka. THIRD Fir and a half furlong.: Super Slew (Monti "NI.OO . 4."H Manotbehoar (Baranellol .( 3.10 Finry Talk ifulmnnel - Time I -07. Ulv Idea, obl Spartan. Laughing toy. TrM.on. FIIJ RTH Sit furlong: Cbli.lrou llvnnlmrll.l 7.10 4 .0 3 10 lr llelloa huk A.'.'O .1 (Ht Dn.kr too iKocer.1 Tim 1:13 1-3. Sabbatical. rlr-er Goofa Dane. Kioeahu. Ponle 1lt.au (,1.1dm Fleet. Neddie' Boy. Tl tallou. Fimi ! forlong: Wlnge (Fcrnnde 19.t0 7."M "Ir Sween ( Moat I 4.'Jw 1 1.. I. Ill.lml 4 to 3 10 i.hll Tiro 1:1 J. rareeni -ew. ran -ne-ar. pnnant Dav. .Mi O Hhan. French, town. Card Sharp. What. Buliow. Trine Ranom. SIXTH Sir farlonct; Stareeaa (tarman 200 10 0O R.'W Kln.man (Han ford I 9.SO R.I0 I.l.o (Roger.! ..4'-" Tim 1:11 S Roln Mack. Adopt. Snlieman. Dl'on. Air Vtaelt. Alphabetical. Mr. Ru.ter. Kt.k a Whirl. SF.VFN'TH Mil and a tTte-itbt Renoune lKoer.l 9i.t0 41 '-O 13.10 , I at Shin (P...,lmetl 7.70 4 .SO j Cellophan (Jone .K" Time 117 f -5. Rlaek Pepper. Sua Bid. Eternal Great. Diyle Sweep. 3ill.ee Boy. Brno a Chief. Per. T'ttv Rapid Robert. EIGHTH Mil and a alyteenth? 1 rui.. (Ro.er.t 4.fcO 3JH1 4t0 tme 4W.ly (Bo. lei 4.40 3 Hard Try fl-aodreaul 3" Tim 1:17 -J-A. fiay Patt. Frio 0nt. Domlnlraa. Skipper W, King I . Trlfl. ARLINGTON TARK RESUTS F1RT rtr and a half furlong: Thr okoronftkll 1 1 .00 7.IO Mailer IBalrdt 13.10 U.l.nl,l.a llilllinl 3O0 in an O.IO Tim I -on. iriorla Pro.. Our Folly. Flerv Chief. Alhampered. Mart F.tleen. Dr. fnn. Fay Ray. tlucca A par he. t ho t ho u. SITOND en turlon: Tiger Tom 4 dam.) ll. 7.-0 4 "O Mr. rinpo ( Bey 5-S0 S.tO Provident (Knnn 3.IO Til ; KilavT. IWtor T. E-. Ray Rrowa Brave Lt Arroart. Oa Th River. Tlllltl-U, Carton.: - Blue Wonder (W error- 11.00 10 4 War San IBalrdt 0.-0 4 Kit Bull lord tPoreh) 7.4o ea bob Tim I -II. Stare Horn. Gay Flemal Temp Ro.elr. aicak Bone. Honey Bill. Neb JieCarbeao . Trim BuIU It!""? Vmt nil BTU ri.. ..a a hair farlonca: Bella Figuda I Bailey 3.ti 2 SO t OO . . . . q 1 m aiciu liM'rai ri.ir.ter (I'orrhl . Ml Time I 07. Grand Chain. Fleven Mea. Silvec K.. Jog Band. Browa l lama. FIFTH Sly furlong: Dltie Sue (Bailey I 13.70 0."?0 Native l..r iHetrope 4.SO Lad Indian lkoron.kll lime 1:1!. ki..l.l. F1trthaa. Girali. Grand Sualwam. Sua.hin. 4 in Zl.iyi 4. cm The Neil. COMPANY, MAKERS. NEWARK I. NJ.,.'W Tuesday's Detroit Selections AL SPEED UNITED PRESS OLD ROSEBUD RACING FORM CONSENSUS IJntslca B Jessica B Jessica B Albulll Jessica B Albulil Albulll Comrnltmcnt Jessica B Albulll The Farmer The Farmer The Farmer Bright Steel The Farmer 2 Smart Eve Bubbins Ky Hash Bubblns Bubblns Bubblns Smart Eve Bubblns Ky Hasti - Ky Hash Wild Heiress Kings Lady Polly's Image King's Lady Smart Eve 3 Late Breeze Magnus BLUE FALCON Magnus Magnus Childerlc Fighting John Magnus Late Breeze Late Breeze Bubble Gum Robin Red Gracious Heart Robin Red Blue Falcon 4 Sir Felix Corinne T Forrest entry Sir Felix Sir Felix Landmark Gal Blaneur Landmark Gal Corinne T Corinne T Mastenon Side Saddle Corinne T Pixie Tat Landmark Gal 5 TED YOCIIUM Impeller Rare Knave Rare Knave Rare Knave Rare Knave Ted Yochura Our Sister Our Sister Ted Yochum Our Sister Rare Knave Scotch Jack Ten Gallon Hat Our Sister 6Byronlc BYROMC Myrmidon BYRONIQ BYRON IC Tacony Myrmidon Byronlc Sorority Myrmidon Bon Lynn Sorority Bon Lynn Myrmidon Sorority 7M Cork Minnesinger Final Edition Final Edition Final Edition Whirl Off Final Edition Ala War Dor Whirl Off Whirl Off Carlene Carlene Coin Flip Carlcne ' Crk 8! Joe's Laddie Copper Pot Chillia Queen Copper Pot Copper Pot Copper Tot C hilla Queen i neck Up Joe s Laddie Joe's Laddie Squidge Joes Laddie Squldge Sqnldge Clullia Queen i FAN FARE BJ Walt Ditzen fir 2? mcS3ce I v Vr7-- tH I . M -rr ii vi jj ! I I . I SIXTH Sly rarlnag.t To Market IHeMrorjel S.AO ineent X. F. tt.omeg) Ignition IRatrhellerl Timr I 1 i, ora.i Fir. Andy Radcrr. SI. I" NTH On mil: Dominion Adm 13J0 7 n .M Tlrkee Tan ( I'orrhl S.00 ft mi line Frttl Iknappl .'I1! Time l:H t-A. Grain Market. Steeple Jark. Hlg K.vad. leytlyal II. Kippllng Hit.' Mla ItelrolC FK.IITII Mile aad a Uteenth: I rhanile 4 dain 1U.UO K.IO I aramba (We.tr.ipe) 6 bO Me.ai.1 I Ratebeller) Tim l:IO. Kenwood. Royal el. AO 4.KO J.tMl Rah'aod. Uoea May. Too and six. ARLINGTON PARK ENTRIES FIR--T Pnr S'.OOO, cl.) old. and an. H furlong: log. 4-year Mia Drduetiya H Mernal Flirt 1O0 lielhannali 1 II 1 10 I HI 111 III I It III! 110 Kiaek Joey I HI Da.h HI t.enie' Mat. I I I nele Otha I He Moon I lo I'll Stay lot Weemyoinorv lti.'l shaffla lio t trior M.N,a Rim Merriet inita loney I title Mill, Martin W helaa Candidate SITOND Pnr tl.lOO, claiming. 3- year-old. oV. furlongs: ilttl Snow 117 Tripper l.le Sea l'artlelpalloa Fpere Nanrbanv 1 oeabulary ir. lOM I OA lit i':o 117 3-yrar- 1 sat Tom 1 1 Moek Battla H)M t'orfel 117 mon Charm 117 Mr. Hlggina 117 Paraa S't.tOO, claiming. Bham Ala 4 ounlry Daaea US Itlrt Km 1 14 I (HI I UN 1H7 1 11 110 N'oreal Trlrk Fllr I'll Be Aroaod V enturea l lttl I e. keniorky Town Buffer Mr. 1.. R. We Four. 117 lOI 1 10 Hi 1(15 I I I 115 117 103 year- Minorm Doot.le Barrel I a.t Dtnna Whit rtout. Ji.ccln. Iioeean Copper I.Iam FOI RTH Pii S.OOO. maldra ntd fillie. AV furlong: tlethia I I I at Rer Ray Rm Sneet Krll.h tBeaa Dream II. ir Jaa ttpaehe Snaaw 113 115 115 liia I 15 1 115) 'Winning Stride Wr Had rani My Red f.eflea KIM 115 115 1 15 115 115 .lecaera Pel l,ontte ynar l-e(la 115 Me. I . aguttt-N'ahm ntrv: IWlek- ham-Hopkin. entry: (Srymon-Snnlndale Farm ntry. FIFTH Purae S3.000. goaldea" S-jear-old, mllel A.t 111 Awae From Boidnaa Hellopoma Honl I ulna Commandant III Horn 11) lit Bold Fog 110 lilt Winning Fleet 110 116 'irpaor 114 SIXTH Pnr S3.SOO, nld and aa. 0 farl.mt: claiming. 4-year I ml 4 aptaia l7 Rebel Raider 111 Dark Tiny loo Lionel 1( Fv Catch III Wrt llamptna 113 SF3 FN'TH Pnr vrar-old.. 7 furlong Knmanda III Stream Lady 113 I Ht !, I nforcer Sickle Flight 'OS 1.70O. claiming. 3- Dr Moor Irl.h Flar l,od Cry 4'ootriy Daleea 110 I Irt I III 113! 110 Tlmn. I'.! 4 hcire Cat lo 3 inina lot Janior 119 I F.H.HTH Par 1 year-old and BP. I I an nrth II S'.'!O0. elalr 3-10 mile. (01 n. 4- lurM: 101 : 117 lla Do kiilv kaft lilt Diyle Pebble Scotland 3 ard Clorer Mla AC. Roarboo II y Blag K,hll III 1 1 ! I 101 117 I leapollna lit Pet" Bt OO Frank Mann. 10 111 Mccara 117 NINTH Para SI vear-olH and an. mil 000, claiming. 4- ugar Pet 1 1 7 Seapacal (.. I. Joai 11)0 Som Bid Patmllmy 110 llelentowa Kail Puller 110 K.pirita Be. Judgment I"t Vallav' Pal lie D11I 113 Big Bu.lrr Apprentice allowance claimed. 100 117 i r: 10s (Kt 113 AQUEDUCT ENTRIES FIRST Pttc S3..50O, claiming. 3-year- nld fillle. furlong Rath Hanoa I Irt Menthapp 111 111 1 1 1 110 110 111 I 116 Rambling Mary I 10 Hada.aah 111 Mill Ga 111 Hollnwbronk 1 1 1 (.loryn 110 Tea Stem 1 1 1 Mar of Pear Say Song Ble.vii.rala I lehe.klnd R.rralrr bailor' Dellti . F. Prtnkhouft rntry. SrCOND Pnra 3.3IIO, claiming. 4- ve r-old. and an. 0 farlong: .inr'. Choic HT H..mhr 117 117 lit 117 log ..nd Alan l -M Inunlrlng Heotrh Win Wateh In low 1 nder th Rug 'Bn.v Fvcalng HO Gar Song 1 1.3 Martin 113 Evan Moontala 117 THIRD Pnr 1.500. claiming. teeple- rh. 4-year-old and an. about 3 gatlcr Patrol no m.w Dv4rit I IT Trepia! F'te. Ratcatcher 1.15 Krim. 117 117 Rank 111 1.17 Teelrly' Briar 131 11'! kipper 117 1.37 Pecrr.. M. Hlraek entry. , I m .floating Iftl Mr. W. H. i FOI RTH Par tt.lMMi. ai.ldra 3-yar- nld eolta aad gelding. A1- furlong 110 Flla G. 110 II 110 1 10 1 10 lis 118 110 1 10 110 110 1 10 Blown Away Th Mlooe Knlcht Alert llnaker Meeting Dnmocle. " r- ion T'M fillle I Stea 1 I hane 110 t.lorgevtl a- w r a.l II y I. in ... ....... I FIFTH Pan Sl.twxi. allawaace. 4- I vear-old. and an. O furlonga: wore .im 111 .niMreg Away 1 .1 The Mark 1 '1 lamawav lno Big If 111 107 luring r Ine. 1 if oar ill SIXTH Pur 1 3.0O0. allnwanc. rear-.. la and aa. 1 1-10 mile. Palefttlniaa l'.0 Sheila'. I Irht I n 1 10 Coebift (rreek Shi IfO haln Reward no 1?o 113 On Hitter 11c, Brooknyaa Stable aatry. SEVENTH Pnra ST.AOO. elalmlat. 4-var-o!da and oa. 0 farloag: Bin Fedora lilt. l...t... IR.trhellerk d.-NI L 1 1 Pmn rVA f I MM 111 I l"'" ! ra I Tmr- i ura.a Fir. Andy B. W N ftWWliM JMrl I I Patty. Pay 1IO lm.ma.ed II 113 Aleatory 110 107 l lttl Bad 115 117 Ramoao 117 113 Pawtv 113 117 Priar 0ov4 113 117 J K.nra ! I III I Harw tfoneentrat Maryland Day EIGHTH Pan 03.SOA. claiming. 0-ye.r-old. and oa, fllll aad marea. 1 1-10 mllea Barwa HI. king Intaglio Thrndara ail. Maca Moo 100 1 IT 117 103 III 110 Cbaiyeellng Hear Boot Glnna War New Wonder Hviierptav Pop-Bottle 111 I OA HI lit 100 lit Hitherto 11.3 Apprentice allowane claimed. MONMOUTH ENTRIES F1RT Piirv S3JO0. rlaiming. 3-year old. AVw furloag.1 Fl.ile 111 Don' Goti 113 11S Plo 11S I t lS-BBaTaBBBW jgaaaaw 1 r ri i arms- -.. mfu llOwinTTB, d- I s to t.so j " i t'r' 11 " i I j ' 1 ' I I in ii ii i ... 3 M4I 3 '! I a. jia. T . -. i rroeey 11.1 rt lea tea Mi I r- y ' l V E r.NTH Pun elatmlng. iaaar x mr- aaBna' yar-nld and aa. I I-IH mil.: I CONStNSUi iriipvrtM. i'Utll: 10.M. anon.. be Triansle Inc. I AT AQCF.Dl'CT 1 4,lory 13. Blea-ogal It. Rambling Mary II 2 Kyan. Moontala SO, Sandy Alaa 10. Inouirlng A . .1 Trenid I I. Inn IrFprll S. Rank 7 4 the Minor 13. Mr. larf IO. fclia. A MOKE St V 38. baoared Away t. Darnaaar S 5 --i.eiia . Reward 10. forMy It. Creek .Miia 3 T Maryland Day 20, Llttl Bar 13. I oneenlrale 6 S Hitherto IX ew Wonder S. Pop-bull le A AT M0NM01TH 1 silk Queat 19. Cook la k. 9. Dana t.urkr A ; Our I o..kir ?'!. Samxtn D. 9. Iflt 4 3 Stag IK. Teia. Skie 7. Boy Bin 6 I (in IH, HI ii Moon II. Sea tan 7 A PALATIIL AllrTlTF. it. Galla-lad 1 1, t ighling Mad 3 6 1. vie ted 11. Iniammaaed 10, Proa-pert II 7 Pellicle IS. Ok am! 13. All In Fna 0 8 l.t Brigade 15, Llmo'a iholca 7. Jia Of l eara 7 AT ARLINGTON PARC 1 DelhannaJi 17. Eternal Flirt 10. Mia Iledueliye S t lorabalary St, faiea Cbaray 11. Fpere 4 S Norral 21. Trick Flier 7. Bham Ala 3 4 ( at Rer SI. Sweet Rell.h S. F.any A A.tro Commandant 7. Bold rug A re I. HIIU Kk -tl. Wratuaruptoa 11. 5 i.lonal 4. 7 4 be. lure 4 at II. Junior R. Timu. t 14 Mevar. 15. Irenk Mnnn. It, Da Do i e Rid 17, rafmiho IO. Sugar Pete Recurring kidailriay tookle K. Bunny Hug llk Oue.t Sir Lionel 1 13 1 13 I 15 II'! 1 10 115 Mnoa Dot Jewel, tera 3alta I'lane Lucky Brunl". Star Blink Bonn 1 111 11., lit II? 113 3-year- SECOND Para S3.0OO, nld. AW furloax: maiden Smon D. l'!0 tlilagrr tin Roi' Boy 1 fO Icnil l.'O Koedna l'!0 Pnmaeo Gvpaum Man! I Tarry N'nt Inra 1t0 r;o I'M l.'O 120 Our tnoki l .'O THIRD Par 1 .1.300. rlaiming. 3-year l nU. it f .rlnni. ' Boy Bin II" War Rhode. Bol of Slag Black Bay 110 Illy 110 I'M Toy frog III Kelgh-. Double 111 iTeia Sale. 1 in let'. Bin It: Emerald Hill Stal.le-J. R. Fovea rntry. FOI RTH Purve (I.OtMI. allowance 3-ver-old. and 11 P. fillle. and m.re. 0 furlong: Mine Moon 103 Carolina tlueea 110 Hower Hal low 'Tea Deb lot Sea Faa lot Flop 112 Oa 11'! FIFTH Para 13.OO0. allow, nee. 4-yar-old. and ap. 1 1-IH mile (oa turf): Palatial Appetite 17 1 Alfadur 113 Nereid 113 righting H Jin Octavla'a (.allalad Daughter 110 Connter riot Mra, R. C. Rleckler otry, 115 Detroit Copyright. 191. Tn.ngl PuMieoViont. Inc. I Daily Bacuig Formi FIRST Ftr furlong. Ti :01 4-6 Wthr cloudy, tra-'k murtdr PP3 16?tr. Fin VM S TO 11.00 3 M 2 In Rtiat (Ryrrnw) h 3 Thiti War 1 J'ftonl 1 1 4" MiM-lrt (MMn 3 Iovey A-u.t l( tl C I Shvlr 4Pr'artiet 7 0 ( a.-irr.r 1 Roy 0 10 Frcfenka W irHl t 9 4'onm Jo lD'anrl 10 1 1 I 5 4 3 4" o M 0t ft SCO 0- t;i.Ao 71 75 10 o 9 00 I.e Kowena ( .r ore I It 7" Way A 11 IP-'par.! Bhr B l-y IN rrthl Rn.tr 0. Thi.tl War Milert 40 101110 "it 4 11 II 11 5;t 50 19.10 TOO fl.to 11410 O.KO d.'.'O RfSTY aettlecj fo (Jrly. won tinker iirring THITLr. .. K never rar r.a-: fini.lieej (trong. MISM.J-i.LT clowsd Ko-lutely. SECOND Six fnrlonrt Time- -115" S Fin. CMrf. 1 2 "0 2MH so 3 S.iO 4 a 4 0.1 S 6 Cii ; 9'i ? t 4 S 9.10 9 3H.30 re 1 sir. RnNni Flu ICookl W"kr PtiI (Ar ml Harp L (Rarrowl Gloaming (Brkonel Spln.iec IO P'g-uetl (ir d Even g H"gnt Mia Jane B IN'eih) Amorou (Walker 1 J I the Sam I H tngl Robin. Bin Whacker I'rld Happy l " 1 1 1 4 1 5t 4 7f Oi 04 71 3 A S'l S 9 9 OtO 4 0 S.-40 ? SO 4.40 4.20 RopI FT r E drew cl'.r without nrf of ura-m? WUAf'KFR I'RIPK ma.te rare, then taiird HAi'l'Y LKE made good bid but weakened. tt t ri r 49. I aa a . f A nifUc ft'H JUriv''.T-. I "t" I PP I ltr. No No Anna (B row) 0 1" I If. g. Ainroop lArtrongi H Stvii-h (Bckonel Velvm R. I Johnaon 1 Ki Chrrn ((' gnel Buck. F IMrtenl Sine Tu Le (O ucrl Na N Anna Airtrwop B Mlih NO NO ACf. w 3 4 -"! 3 S. 4 5 7 6 M 20 41 13 40 6 t:." 0 1 so 7 22 40 At .10 4.00 4 SO S.IO 4.00 O.otl rt to front at one cicitirmd gamely. AIRTROP rraduailr impeovrd DoeiuoB. BE STTUSU raced evenly. FOrRTrT S f'tHonr. Time 1 .01 4 5. Wratbcr clear, track l"w. fp;t-io?tr. rm. iwt ?i r 1! Tittle Tvnne ffneyl K At 7 o 1' 4 .10 2t Mil King Pig'on IM rlenl Hnry F it D'uert 3 3 .".ii Nichl Foe tCh'gnel Rheiat ( Barrow I Palli Royal ij'fton) Rittn.ro! IWalkeri S inr. Jo. tp'guctl llttl Donor King Pigeon Henry'. Fin 4 3 It 24 4 7 SO ft' 3 no o 7 so 7 10 So 41 2 n" 7 6 refuaer! 10.60 7.00 60 4.00 A IO 4-00 LITTLE P0NAH)i u.tlecj to front. h14 en gamely. SJNQ PIGEON held BEST BET LN CAPITALS SIXTH Par S3.A00, year-old. 1 1-10 mile.: 1'ro.perl 113 Fylr.ted 113 Kentarin I (15 NetKetult 113 Pally Day 110 Imamaied 113 SK5FNTH Pur S3.00O. rlaiming. 4-year-old and an. I 1-IH mil.: Omen 113 Alaerity I'll Neiherhe iim Klnaldo 115 Wel Millna If! San Jn.ta 117 Hkamel 111 I'ellirle 113 All In Inn 115 tirandyiew Stable entry. F.ir.HTH Par S'!4M). rlaiming. 3-year-oM.. I 1-16 mile: la.t Brigade III Seapula. 1A4 hlly Shall 111 I orona 107 l.lmo. (hole HI tamper II! I.I of rear. Hi Convert 107 "Apprentleg allnwanec claimed. NORTIIVILLE ENTRIES FIRST 10 aa, on mil: fleeanwin Smokv' Boh Scotland' Mary I'elii Spencer Johnnr Pointer Pretty Srhlirk King' Traura Out tin Jan R. Tru Dillon KOMI Divided, on mllel Col. Siteneer Hot SVott Michael Betty Jo. Mary 'a Comet I'a.tlm Marilrn Mareella Spencer Paatlme F.llea Pay Brae Norway Viking Recal llarnlee I aiv Spenlaod Perfertioa THIRD 7A-ZI trot, on mile: Dr. Johnaon Mincer Betty Dimplrg flrion Spencer Duplicate Ben Bolt Dewyer freak ne. 1 ela Hal Orae RMcroft Bobby C. TDT'RTH Two-year-old pace. n mile: Jndgl hllriw l orralne Zombell. Johnale' 4 hief Pattie Ra 4 lever McKlnaey True Dal Boa Prine Ann 4iohea General Harmony Mike B. Orattaa FIFTH Divided, en mil: Col. Spner Hot Heott Michael Betty Jn Marv'a Come Pa.tim Marilyn Mareella Soener Pay Brae Norway 3 Iking Recal Damlev I adv Spenland Perfection pace, on mile: Ru.lec l.ee 1 ranklin Marble Patch Mr. Bomber Little Larry ace. conditioned; W'lUnn Abba Mark Dal W idower Paul , Pa.llm Ellen I SIXTH Name Brownie MrRay I arl' Beerl Dee ' Jean lleyter 1 prtne- lie.) Baron Ahh SEVENTH 16 mil: leara Peter L. Reott Hollyrood Brewer Merry England EIGHTH Pare, an mil: FVvaign Joha Hand Book Super Hal Armatmng Abba Margaret Ah bed at MNTH 19 pace. Bea Ahhedal 1 ileen 3 nlo MrNamara I eedon 4uea Milk pan Dewey Brother Harmony My Chief conditioned. I nion Dal oac mile: Kim Ca.tl 4 hief Direct F.y rone Star t.amaua NORTIIVILLE SELECTIONS 1 Heeanwln, Jan R. King Trea.nr ! Hot Scott, Mao'a Comet. Cot, rPwce 3 Orion Spencer, Duplicate, Dewey Prekrerv 4 Jnrlr C btldr.. General Harmony, Paul Ka ft Mary' Comet. Recal Daraley, Paa- tlme I Ilea Frank ha. Earl Bent Deo, Jeaa Deller 7 Mark Dal. HoHyrwn! Brewer, leara 5 St PER HAL Eaaica Joha. Hand Book kirn Caatl. fnloa Dal. McN.mara Charts T-ENHT FIRT Wkerl rly foot DLtRS JOY refufted lo break. 5AD- riFTH Sis furlonr. Tim 113 4 S . PP 5tr. Fin. Oriri. 011 on jo 4 ri gone 1 z 1 1 370 Ar.h Moon I M den I 3 1 M Si "t 3 40 Whaninio I Cook 1 8 3 21 3 S TO Ferlil Lrl. lArTigl 7 ?t 41 4M 7 30 Teg.a Rain IJ on 2 0 01 A 12 30 Puin g Boota (Rov 0 M .51 St 22 m D'A.TnrTl (Ch.'enel A 4 7 1 1 2 SO Rav'n Rew'd 1 W 'kerl 4 0 0 S 10 30 Cottoa Jo 9.40 A.OO 3.70 4rab Mooa o.!0 4.'!0 Whammo 4.HO COTTON JOE in mi'1'11 of tr.ek. drew clear won with aometking kfi AKtH VtMiV reached lead, gave way. WHAMMO weakened. SIXTH One mil Ti PP Ruy r'mr fD'url 4 ! 1 43 2 5 t Sic Fin. 0W I 1 ' i 4 10 2'i 7C0 3 S 1.70 At 4 11 SO 0 Mi 2 P0 G-mal Ja- k (W k-r) .3 G'cJnia'. Day (R'rowl 0 W ar Sum Phillip.) 7 Plemikh IMdinl S 4d 0 Tnogr.nh ( Br konO Bona Eternal ( J aou) Boy Farmer tnlal Jack t.randma'. Day FrsY FARMER 1 3l 4 0 13...0 8 7 nulled ud 23.10 10 TO n no .i.;i i.'o 3. so 2.ko otjtramed GENIAL 1o front after three- JAt'h. Latter went eighth, but wa not good enough. GRAND MA'S DAY failed to rally. SE3-ENTH M 16. 1 1-16 mil. Time Pi! Sir Pin fkl.'e Diitlicht fA'trongl t'r'm "fort 1 M Men I ( try E.l lor ( B k.m.l I 1 y 3 wi : 2l 7 :to Ii 3 7 2o II 4 3 2i 1 .S' 3 il H 6 50 t 7 11 M AIM S.TO 7.40 4.40 4.20 4 3 .5 Rough R y ( b w t Uil.ha.1 1 ih psne I h 0 .00 Hill iPh rH.1 ,,W".""'gr. rl IW kerl Dualllght Dream Comfort laaalry Edna ri"5TLIGHT. nt In front rlr. wot) with apd In rTve DRKAM Cl'MFORT rarf tieareet b'lt una hie 10 thregien. lol'NTRY EDITOR aared ground but failed. EIGHTH 1 I IS rMle Tim 1:50 Sir Fin. OcM 1 k 1 t 2 SO "I o o (M I ?! TA'ly S'n.to IM'rVnl & I'onl Jurlg't tG'fordl 7 Sugar Reel IBemtet! 2 .M y Graf i Ar'ronsl S Md Cord I Cook I 0 1 7 01 Si 41 s 7.60 3 4 Ot ?i 8 .3' 5 Wl 41 10 Ml S 7 so rtl A SO 7 20 .Ml 1 Short Rcirn I W' kr I Himii All (Jnw.nl .3 Atoka Lad IS kbrial 4 0 8 8 15 10 Idy Se renal a 7.60 3.0O 3.0O I ool Judgment 4.M 3.'!0 Sugar Beet 3.00 LADY SERENATA moved tin fa! to auume ronimanri and won goirr 111. (X1L. JVTKiMENT md pac till lni1 iri-h 6LGAE BEEI failed lo reinond in One Aiinlo-a. 8. esS. Mutut hand!. $503 0T. Newcomers Take 5 of 16 Berths 139-Yard Ace Helps Mrs. Redmond Get In BY MARSIL1LL DANN Rylma Strevel and Mrs. C U. Wilson each shot five-over-par 83 at Franklin Hills to share medalist honors in the 1951 Women's State golf met. Miss Strevel.- who failed to qualify for the championship flight' a year ago at Lansing, finished i r J J with a birdie-4 on the 18th, where ; Person's Goebel Brewing Co. Mrs. Wilson carded a six. j It was a highly successful tie- Defending Champion Pat De- up which later spread to profes-vany would have made it a three-' sional football. It endured until way tie, had she cared to gamble. ! Heilmann's death. j Heilmann's broadcasting fame PAT PASSED UP the chance to stemmed from a sane approach to shoot for the medal prize, being j the task. automatically eligible for match play if she did. and posted an 83 in a practice whirl. j Star of the qualifier uat Mrs. A. J. Redmontt, who scored a hole-ln-one. Using a 4 -wood, she aced the 139-vard ninth In a 42-tfr 88 card, her finest competitive score. Mrs Redmond uas one of the five entrants who qualified for the championship flight for the first time. The others were Clara Jane Mosack, one stroke off the pace at 84; Mrs. C. B. Tuttle 86; Susanne Kessler 9, and Helen Grinnell 90. aaa SCORES OF 90 and better safely qualified. Mrs. C. E. Strieker went three extra holes in a five-way playoff for the final position after tying at 91. She beat Mrs. Sam Byrd, Mrs. R. E. Leahy and Mrs. R, G. Hein- celman on the second extra hole and finally eliminated Janet Appcl- hof on the third. Championship - flight qualifying scores follow: Rylma Sireyel. Con an l 4-3oia.- Mr. C. I. Wilaon. Washtenaw 41-40 HI tiara Jane M.ark. Plum Hol'w 41-10 SI 5. nnnie 4 olbv. Sault Ste. Marie 41-41 S3 Mil Irene Rrelrlaff. HryUTI 43.43 MB Mr. C. B. Tattle. IKC 47 Marrarrt Ru-eil. Oakland 43-4 t ft Dorothy Pemherton. Lan.lnc 4.3-43 Hn iA--,-e.R.lT."f. .w.':rL i'iitrKijor league history. .suaaana Keier, Barton Hiiu A1-3H s Mra. A. V- W ilMin. IX -4 4 -4.1 Mr. K. i. Martell MOA 44-4 5 S lie lea (Jrlnnell. IM.4' 4M- Mra. C. E. Strieker. MeadnwhrTt. 47-44 91 FIRST-ROOD FAIRINGS Ml Derany y. Mr. Redmond. MU. Colby v. Mra. Stanrhinaka. Mia Mreyel y. Mi, kewftler. Mr. Tuttle va. Mia. Carlnnell. ... . Mr, r. I . W ilton T. hih rmnrton. Mr. Marien. xit Mol Mr. Breol.rf y M mrk . Mr,. A. E. E. Wilon. Mim Kuwcll y. Mr. Strieker, FORCED INTO IT Trainer Gets Trinle the Hard Way It was & long time between winners for Trainer John G. McAtee. And even when he did find the key to success, he tried to throw it away. Until Little Danny won for him Saturday, the master of Serenata Farm hadn't won a race in two months. Then McAtee hit the jackpot He had four horses entered In Monday'! races and everyone figured to be a contender until overnight rains turned the track muddy. o McATEE TRIED to scratch them "all. but the stewards refused. Finally they, let Limerick Boy out of the seventh race. The rest were forced to run. Rusty S., a home-bred 2-yrar-old, won the opener and Robin's Blue took the second to make a McAtee dally double worth $77.20. Lady Serenata ended the day by winning the eighth to give McAtee the second trainer's triple of the meeting. Burhemo Turns Pro-Am into 'Pay Day' Wally Burkemo came close to turning the annual Dearborn Invitational pro-amateur tournament into a one-man show. Burkemo shot 33-35 68 for the low individual round of the day by two strokes. Then with his three partners he took first, a tie for second and a tie for fourth in the rich pro-amateur division. Added all together, it meant a profit of 5304 for the Franklin Hills pro. The 21 teams which shot 67 or better follow: W'aHy Barkoma-BITI lernon 31-31304 Wally Burkemo-llowle Newle. Sr. 31-34 65 Wally l.aky-Ulck Wibel Wally BorkmvMl Da.iflMia Wad Ruffner-f arl Campbell Reggie My lea. Sr. A Jr. Reggie Mjle Howie Neal. Jr. Bill Gcaham-R. Vandrrklott Nick Beraan-Kalph l.uy Nlek Bran-Bob Carter Mik UletlJreorre Ruaartl 33-3 3'! 31-3.5 00 33- 33 110 3 1 .3 A rUt 34- 3! (Ui 33.33 ti6 33-33 06 Klmer 1'rinkora-tieoru Robertann 3.1-34 07 Bill Brwwn-Ealph Dalley Fd Furgnl-lM Daigle Jack Wlnnev-Rill Nettle I. Aratatrwag-Bob Johaawa Art Prowv-teeorg Llnklat Al Rcel Ink-A rt Severa 4 hick Rotaa-Bill Daniel 3:t-3l 6 31-3367 3--35 67 33- 3467 34- 33 67 3V3i i7 33-3467 Fldan Rrigga-Hewry Dvmoadl Jr. St-33 67 Bob Waara-Georg Haia S3-34 67 Lang Finally Gels Acc in Chicago Jim Lang, a native Detroiter, had to go to Chicago to score his first hole-in-one. It came on the 125-yard fourth hole with a 7-iron at Hickory Hills, Palos Park, TIL He was playing with other Michigan refugees, L. G. Brigga, of Detroit, and D. W. Zimmerman, of Lansing. CITY MOURNS TIGER Cancer Takes Life of Harry Heilmann Continued from First Sports Page techniques of the new profession and winning a following. IN 1942, Heilmann made the connection which enabled him to become one of the top the top figures ; among the broadcasters. He be- jcame linked with Detroit Sports- to m Fdu.-in Anderson and started man Fd-in Anderson and started . ... Tllnv.hv.n,aw fnP ..! In an era when radiomen frequently went Into hysterics and fabricated spine-tingling situations, Harry way content to inform his listeners merely what actually had happened on the diamond. These factual accounts were in - l.wn.H. ..-try. fin. An tnsi. kae. , j,.,,- from v, vaj!r fund of diamond lore. A NATIVE OF San Francisco, Heilmann attended Sacred Heart College. He was graduated in 1912 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Heilmann broke into professional baseball with Portland, Ore., in 1913. The following year, he came to Detroit under the brilliant Hughie Jennings, but he failed to stick that season and was sent back to San Francisco for seasoning in the Pacific Coast League. During his long ''tenure with the Tigers, Heilmann played under Jennings, Cobb, George Mor-iarity and Bucky Harris. He was a member of one of the finest outfield combinations in ma in the Tiger ' outfield with him were the im- , . e,.. . o.vi... v.. i, lliui l-a uwu vuu ouuuy cavii. CHARLEY GEHRLNGER, Lke Heilmann, one of the brightest stars In Tiger history, provides an analysis of why Heilmann as a ja , Rnd & & commentator was I so popular. "I ne-er heard Harry say anything mean about anybody, hear him or not," Gehringer recalled. Heilmann Is survived by his wife, Mae; a daughter, Mary Ellen, and a son, Harry, Jr. Services for Heilmann will be after the ALL-STAR ball game , . . it's just 30 minutes from Briggs Stadium to the Detroit Race Trade! POST n g urn vSrA Drive north on Grand River Ave. to Schoolcraft turn left to Middlebelt DETROIT RACE TRACK SCHOOLCRAFT AT MIDDLEBELT RD. GREAT held at 11 ! Shrine of a. m. Thursday at the Little Flower Church. Burial will be at Holy Sepulchre, from the William R. Hamilton Funeral Chapel, 3975 Cass. A great figure in Detroit base- 13 one. Tiger tans mourn iTf'c CZ o TPT 1 0 v,1- CA vs. Roberts in All-Star Game Continued from First Sports Page cago, and Ewell Blackwell, of Cincinnati. Stengel's bench-power consists of Vera Stephens and Bobby Doerr, of Boston; Larry Doby, of Cleveland, w ho burned up Briggs Stadium over the weekend, and Chicago's Orestes Min-oso and Eddie Robinson. ' The National League reserve ' ctrfiticrfli ia 4. . at oa nnn.,nl -i I. i Kiner of Pittshurh- rns sih. ter, of the Cards; Johnny Yyro-stek, of the Reds, and Duke Snider, of the Dodgers. And a happy birthday to you! Mourn Continued from First Sports Page that his illness was too serious to permit this that I made other arrangements," Chandler said. "The people wanted to hear Harry, and it is tragic that he could not appear. He was a fine gentleman and a great baseball player and announcer." "I am shocked to learn of the sudden passing of Harry Heil-man," Harridge said. . . His passing is a real loss to the game. . . . a a MAYOR COBO expressed for himself and official Detroit the deep loss all Michigan will feel by Heilmann's death. "He w as known to all of us as the really 'great in the sports world . . . Cobo said. "His voice, in his latter years, was carried by radio into thousands of places which we call home and he became almost a member of the family. ... "In a language which we can all understand, I would say that a truly great guy has been taken from us." oeftVywsariajM . T .(HI ., H r . -i i ii-i .. r- m ,iin r.fn r iri ri, r- a i

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