Erie Meeting Terminates, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-22


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ERIE MEETING TERMINATES BRIE. Fa.. June 21.— II. T. Palmers Don Dodge proved best of the small but select band which made up the fifth and feature race on the concluding day at Exposition Park this afternoon. He led Sentimental home by a safe margin, while La Kross finished in third place. Railbird and Marion Hollins won by comfortable margins, but the remaining winners scored only after keen struggles. On a protest lodged by Mrs. J. Reed, owner of Little Niece, O. Wendd was deprived oi the second portion of the purse won by Grandee in the first race. Grandee failed to carry his proper weight and Judge Murphy sustained the protest as a result. Little Niece got the second money and Red Chief, which finished fourth, got the third portion of the purse. For practices detrimental to the best interests of racing the trainers license of V. A. Cameron, owner of Purdey, was today withdrawn by Judge Murphy, and he has been denied admission to the grounds. Clara James pulled up lame after the running of the second nice today. American Kagle, Dalton and Olive James were cut up in their races here. Olive James is quite lame since the mishap. A special horse train of fifteen ears left here this afternoon for Conneaut Lake Park. Pa., the next scene of activity on the Tri-State Circuit. The meeting commences on Saturday. Judge Murphy left here tonight for Chicago, where he goes in the interest of the new Illinois Jockey Club to revive racing li. Illinois.

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