Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-08


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF A man charged at Enfield near London with street betting, who denied that he was "loitering," was thus addressed by the magistrate: "If you take betting slips you are loitering. Even if you were running down the street as fast as you could, and a man gave you a betting slip us you ran, you loitered in the eyes of the law." Ex-jockey George Frasch died last AVednesdar at St. Marys Hospital. Jamaica, L. I. He had been rushed there for an emergency operation when he was discovered to be suffering from appendicitis. The ailment liad advanced too far, however, for a successful operation. At the time of his death Frasch was in the employ of the Greentree Stable. Black Servant, the Bradley hope for the Latonia Championship Stakes, is training grandly and should be in prime condition to give Grey Lag, Touch Me Not and other crack eastern thrce-ycar-olds a battle royal for the rich prize. Yesterday Black Servant worked a mile and a quarter in 2:09. in company with Best Pal.

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