Ideal Racing Conditions: Havana Weather and Track Conductive to Good Sport-George W. Finally Makes Good, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-09


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I I i ! i I I i i i i i I 5DEAL RACING CONDITIONS || Havana Wasther and Track Conducive to Good Sport — George W. Finally Makes Good. _ HAVANA, tuba. Fcbiuarx 8. — Setiis 1 1 BUM. Bailie Puff and G lorge W scored the i.- fir-t victories of the meeting when they won the first, secaad aad third races at Oriental Park this afternoon Beth8 Lemon heal a band of maiden two-year-olds, srhile Millie IutT led home horsea that had net proa a race at the meeting. The third was . T split of the secaad and was alas fat Baa wiaaers. There was a big bapreveMcat in track toaditioat*, with pleasant saashiae prevailiag and a bright aftemooaa outing was eajoyed by the large crowd in atteadaace. :s. th*a Lnaaas aaettaa araa not easily achieved. He had ta staad] ■ kaag hard drive to aatlaal Gssj-within. p.,ir raced like a team the entire race. DoBiiaick pin ap oi f bis old-time finisbea, wMd waa aiainlj responsible for Betha Leaaoaa victory. GoawithiM had the advantage of the t iti-ide P-t poaitiaa Bad saved ground the entire | race. Mollie Pnff tiia.Je a maaway affair of the second. n Peuiiiau seat he! lata a eeaaaanBdiBg lead in the a first eighth and k-pt Mcreasing his advantage until | ..f he led Acclamation l T four lengths at the finish. George W.. which has been si i IiiimIj threateaiag to win ia receat races, finally made good •vheu the , f owner was lookiag OBl of the window, as he expressed it. Wilson had the moiinl on Gearga W. and sailed niong in Coarth position aati] the last J sixteenth, when he daahed ou. af the baach aad I won going away by a length and I iiait from Baferd. Young Toaasay Burns and .lohtiny OCsaatll proved j a winning toaabjaatiati in the foarth. Johnny s UCoanell waa away slowly aad aaliaa in the early J . stages, bet finished fast and bent Whlppaora ill by : three parts of ■ length. The bitter fiaiabed with , I a rush aad wa going fastest at the end. Bockport had an easy time of i; in the firth, da- f eating Doily C. by two leagtaa and a half. siu.ot Away was virteroea la the sixth. He s» 1 i fast [ ace from the start and won wilh a bit in ! reserve from Osgood. whieJi finished fast and in , I thate to heal GnMea Chance by a nose fat second l I place ! i..e badiaaa Btable sold Duke af Bhefby t J. Qaialaa aad feaaaaaette to W. Daggan. hath at : private terms. a e CsjapaeU, the booku.aker. arrived from New I Orleans. Sam Harris, the lae partner af GeOCgC M Cohan i I aad owaer of several big theatrieal raaapaaiea iu i eral cities, aad wife arrived far a visit ami ate c i i| Bartered at the Hah haaae. Mr. A. Seiwyn. of the Belwya theatrical eoaipaay, : and bis wife caase with Mr. Harris .n,i ire also i i gue i - ii the ho boase Charles D. Daryer, the son of the late Michael I i [Hryer and ;• heavy stockholder ta the Qaeens County Jot-key Clab, arrived lodaj fraai Mfauai, Iia.. aad will remain for a weeks riai s;. e i.ianks for the Kea tacky spring stakes aren ,. received today hj Bdward Jaaper aad wee dis tribated am-eag the bnrseaaea. s. phea B. Blkias and a party of friaada were ,. arrivals froaa the States, this morning far aa es . leaded imi I I. ""Del! pat ia from Savannah. — ♦ -

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