Rain Falls at Youngstown: But Fails to Dampen Enthusiasm of Fair Sex, Guests of Management - Pauley Rides Winners, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-01


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, . RAIN FALLS AT YOUNGSTOWN But Fails to Dampen Enthusiasm of Fair Sex, Guests of Management Pauley Rides Winners. YOUNG ST OWN, Ohio, Oct 31. Today war. ladies day at Southern Park and a steady rain, which began after the third race and continued throughout the afternoon, failed to dampen the ardor of the fair fans who turned out in goodly numbers. Marble, which M. Overby claimed on his last appearance, made good with a vengeance for his new owner. The son of Rallot, at home in the soft going, soon sprinted into a long lead and never left the result in doubt, being eased up all through the stretch. Attorney tried valiantly, but could never get close to the winner, but was easily best of the others. Cromwell, which had shown early speed, held Duelma safe for third place. Jockey R. Pauley was again in the limelight with three winners. Last Girl in the first, Enos in the third and Marble. Judge Andrew G. Leonard, on behalf of the officials and mutuel staff, presented Edward A. Pohlman, the genial general manager, with a handsome gold watch, watch chain and knife, as a token of the high esteem in which he is held by his employes. H. Butash bought Dr. Shafer from G. Jenkins at private terms. Jenkins will continue to train the horse. The stable of A. E. Alexandra and W. G. Campbell will be shipped to Bowie at the conclusion of the present meeting.

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