Summerlike Weather Returns, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-05


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SUKMERLIKE WEATHER RETURNS. The return of sniunier temperature weather era* Accompanied with a restoration ,.f the usual large Saturday attendance, a crown in excess of 7 .. ri being; at the eearse to sritaees the racing. The track served as a -ligiit dig a hack, for it c ntintted heavy, altbsagh aa Ihe surface it had dried and «lnst was raie.: Irom the living hod- of the racers Some riders elected to race on the outer strip with n . . ,-ssfni results rn.i at hern aha held ts aa taster toaisc also met with success, Th« oater part of the track, however, had the firmer going. Several of the finishes wee ex. linglv -lose, thai in the fourth Tiiip. the supplemental v reatare, eras pat tk-alarty so and the awa.d . f Ihe purse to Elmer K; Mill. ihe. met STitll disfavor by aaBM who !-vv i-il the race at an : ng . Ifulciher was finishing gain, ly «.n lie extreme outside and Elmer K.was next to the laari nit, hat tiring net He sroa, however, by ■ i;ood head and the demonstration favoring Mulciber was uncalled for. The initial race, bringing tag* t her .wo-year-ohls, found Duster with an inner past position, ami. stealing a lead right at the outset. Which practically assured her the purse in the first eighth of the t hrep -eight lis to be covered. She tired, however, in the last sixteenth. Bad Prince K. was gaining on her steadily even with the peer riding he received. Peter Bronru just managed lo outstay tic o: hers for third place. Marie Maxim, linden b] the diminutive Merimee. afgg kept rlaae to the inner rail, and this allowed Lor to save ground. Bad site proved the easiest winner of the afternoon. Omnipotent and Knot Grass were the fiist to tniverse the outer ridge, and they furnished :*. spirited five eighths duel, but Omnipotent then took the lead and drew away to win easily. Knot Class outs.ayiug the outsider P.illy Dunn for aee.ind place. i I

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