News from the Far West, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-27


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, : j j • . . i i l i • • I i v NEWS FROM THE FAR WEST SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., May 26.— Samuel J. McGibben, who has served in an official capacity on numerous Western tracks and was employed in the secretarys office here, suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home in Oakland, Monday, the 19th. The horse Kmden, which fell in his last race, was injured internally and had to be destroyed. The riders Sutton, Peterwell and A. Collins all escaped without serious in- juries. The stewards set jockey C. Thompson down for the balance of the meeting for roughness on Nayarit in the Spinaway Handi-l ; cap on Sunday, May 17. *

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