Riders Fortunate Escape: Jockey Zucchini Suffers No Serious Injuries From Fall at Columbus--Ready at Akron., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-25


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RIDERS FORTUNATE ESCAPE Jockey Zucchini Suffers No Serious Injuries From Fall at Columbus — Ready at Akron. COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 21. Jockey B. Zucchini, who was feared by physicians to be s.rionsly injured in a fall here yesterday, left the hospital this morning and was in attendance at .Beutnk Park this afternoon. Beyond a damaged rib and minor scratches about the face and bead he suffered no seii- us injury. Major k. L. Reynolds or the Seventh lie-mount Service wis a visitor today. A. S. Kastman passed through here list night en route to Cleveland from Huntington. Before leaving the West Virginia course he add. d ftbinegold to his string, which he will ship to Toronto. The remains of the veteran traner Ed Murray, who died here on Tuesday, were laid to rest in Ore. ••dawn eem.try this morning, lb- was at one time train, r for George Etchings and had here the mare Royal Maid, which has bean taken over by T. F. Morn-ma n Edward W. Pohlman, general manager, and William Jones, president of the Akron Racing Association, also s. s. Be de-. v. re visiters here today. Tiny report everything in readiness for the opening •• the Akron. Ohio, meeting May 10 and that sixty Buses are alread on the scene. Tie- majorit of stables racing here will also be shipped i Northampton Park at the close • ; tiii~ meeting.

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