Hawthorne: News and Gossip of the Day at Chicagos Famous Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-13


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HA WTHORNE News and Gossip of the Day at Chicago fs Famous Track HAWTHORNE RACE TRACK, Aug. 12. Jockey M. Garner will depart Tuesday night for Latonia. Charles Koerner bought from Harned Brothers and Jonas the two-year-old Lucky. Ike Weil, the local horseman, was the first to enter in the stake naming Tip Toe Inn. Harned Brothers and Jones have sold to J. S. Ownbey, on private terms, the two-year-old Boo Boo. Former United States Senator William R. Lorimer, of Illinois, was included in todays list of visitors. George W. Grant, former owner of the Boston National League Baseball Club, arrived today for a short visit Charles Murphy, former owner of the kChi-cago National League Baseball team, was an interested visitor this afternoon. Pete Coyne will ship the IS horses he has here to Latonia tonight. They have had a hard campaign and will be freshened up. He will also take up his yearlings. Harned Brothers and Jones are pointing their great filly, Glide, for the Chicago Special, which will be run August 23. The filly will carry 113 pounds under the weight-for-age allotment Mose Goldblatt was a visitor. He was surprised at the magnitude of the sport He said that Ivan Parke was riding even more brillinatly since his operation than before and bids fair to be the crack rider of the east before the season closes.

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