Hawthorne: Turf Notes and Other News Items of Interest, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-13


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EA WTHORNE TURF NOTES AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST Mike Rice, a. former thoroughbred owner and at present a stock commissioner at the Kanuus City yards, is a visitor at Hawthorne for the remainder of the meeting. The first, third and fourth races carded for Friday failed to fill, the second race being split three ways to cover the program. The division, however, leaves a field of fair-sized proportions for each of the three races. Several owners who had raced at Kenil-worth came here to Hawthorne and were disappointed at not being able to get their thoroughbreds here for the meeting. It is reported by owners racing here that the shortage of cars has been more severe this year than any year since the war. Col. C. 12.. Hawkins and Major O. E. Trowbridge of the U. S. Remount Association will be assisted by several young ladies in their membership drive at Hawthorne Friday and j Saturday. Jockey R. Carter was suspended for the remainder of the meeting for disobedience at the post by Starter Miller. Jockey It. Bolton was suspended by starter Miller for the remainder of the meeting for disobedience at the post. Jockey S. McGraw was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by starter Miller for disobedience at the post.- The Illinois Jockey Club at a meeting held yesterday morning appointed John Francis Tyrell, former first assistant states attorney and prominent club leader of Chicago, ollicial attorney to work in conjunction with the Messrs. Moses Rosenthal and Kennedy on the new plant for the future.

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