Hawthorne: News and Gossip of the Day at Chicagos Famous Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-21


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HA WTHORNE News and Gossip of the Day at Chicagos Famous Track HAWTHORNE RACE TRVCK, Aug. 20. Jockey Earl Pool arrived today and will begin accepting mounts Thursday. T. H. Haskos has sold the horses Rajah and No Lady to Fred Rose of Chicago and they have been turned over to Joe Bauer to train. Jockey W. Lilley is taking an enforced vacation due to an injury he received to one of his legs when he fell from Guy in a race a few days ago. Phil McGinnis, inventor of the starting gate being used at Hawthorne, has sold one of his machines to C. A. Hartwcll, who will use the machine for schooling his yearlings on his California breeding farm. McGinnis recently sold one of the machines to the Du-ponts of Delaware. C. S. Wilson is a recent arrival from the east with the stables of T. H. Cross and Charles Diebel. The Cross consignment includes Little Andy, Woodland Queen, Doc McMahon, Helen G. and Victor M. The Diebel band includes Richard Murray, Feigned Zeal, Honest Mose, Red Squirrel and Martha Moore.

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