Many Visitors from States, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-06


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MANY VISITORS FROM STATES. William T. C.ibbs and Mrs. Sfhha of Chicago: Dr. Oeargc Gearer, of Orange, n. .1.: w. Pbwaery eld lalgur I.yon of Baltfawore; loha Wiikins, of Washiactaa: Henry Keaw, of Tray, N. y.. and Joseph Wiikins of Hrooklyn. were among the Sunday dahhaaae g.iests. Col. Koberl I.. Baker has selected the nan:.-May Hruen far the chestnut filly by IJallot— BhUK of Cold, out of compliment to the popular wife of the general manager of Oriental Iark. The filly is said to be the most promising one in a band of twelve two-year-olds thai Mr. Baker has in training at the Lexington track. The Coldapple Stable, which had two starters in the I erby Ward Handicap, declared to win with Que-ada. Tli is was in conformity with the rule lei.-niiy promulgated by the stewards. Bias I.ardiicr. the noted writer of baseball and other stories, arrived and was at the clubhouse to lay. He plans to icmain for an indefinite period. Trainer Walter Carter of the C. and I. Stable re-liaqaiahed first call on the services of jockey F. Wilson, due. it is said. 1o dissatisfaction over the boys ride on Aiken in the Kl Morro Castle Handicap Saturday. Willaim Murphy of Troy, N. Y.. aud William Quil Bail of i awl tidal N. Y., who were here last year, returned and were among todays clubhouse jruests. Roger Minton is in receipt of a letter from jockey Lawrence I.yke in UrUeh the latter stales he has been engaged to ride in the Cudhu Derby for Mo-p Gotdbtatt. The latter is expected to return lure Wednesday W. F. Kiiebelk-iinp will depart for Louisville Tuesday. The opener fell to the favorite Hainan. Which assumed an easy lead after racing under restraint to the stretch turn. Timothy J. Hogan. which has started about as many times as any horse this meeting, beat Rey Fnnis by a nose in the fourth after a long and des perale stretch drive. Korge Ahead came from behind in the stretch in the sixth to beat First Counsel by a head in the final strides. Tacola was outrun to the stretch turn, where she vvak taken outside then closed with a rush and won going away from the band of platers sIk- met in the seventh. First Consul was claimed by C. Middleton for ,100. John Boyle, assistant manager of the Almandarez Hotel, reports many applications for accommodations during the next few weeks, principally from the East, which means a big influx of visitors. President Thomas Monohan and .lohn J. Mi lraw hare made reservations at the clubhouse for friends which are expected here within a few days. . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 r i - i i "J

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