The Nobility Goes to Work, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-28


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THE NOBILITY GOES TO WORK BERLIN, Germany, November 10. Counts, barons and other owners of fine racing stables groomed and saddled their horses and led them through long lines of protecting polico on the last day of the racing season at Grunowald. This situation arose because of an eleventh-hour strike of stablo boys. They had asked for more wages and owners had acceded to the demand, whereupon another demand was made. Then wealthy horsemen took off their coats and went to work. After an hours delay tho races began according to schedule.

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