Churchill Downs Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1934-05-05


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CHURCHILL DOWNS NOTES Charlie Kurtsinger Louisville boy who pi ¬ loted Mrs Payne Whitneys Twenty Grand to his record breaking victory in 1931 and Don Meade who emerged triumphantly in the nevertobeforgotten duel with Herb Fisher when he drove Brokers Tip to his victory last year are the only two jockeys having Derby mounts that have a chance of riding their second winner Kurtsinger will have the leg up on Agrarian while Meade will ride Bazaar BazaarThe The weather outlook here Friday was too uncertain for the weather bureau to make any definite predictions for Derby day The bureau however hazarded the guess that there might be local showers during the afternoon prospectGuests No heavy rain is in prospect Guests at Col E R Bradleys Idle Hour Stock Farm near Lexington where the wed ¬ ding of his niece Miss Peggy Bailey of Philadelphia and Frank Speno Jr of Palm Beach Fla and Ithaca N Y will take place Monday and for the Derby include Mrs Catherine Bradley Bailey Misses Peggy Bailey Nina Louise Ball Helen Schoff Re gina Thaite and Thomas McLinn of Phila ¬ delphia Mr and Mrs Frank Speno Sr and Frank Speno Mr and Mrs John F Murray and Mr and Mrs Walter Travers of New York Mr and Mrs Charles Labonte and daughter Helen of Ithaca Col John P Sullivan and Mrs Peter Bardner of New Orleans Mr and Mrs Harold Lamb of Riverton Conn Miss Mary Kenney Thomas Kenney Edward McLoughlin of New York Mr and Mrs Lee Speno of Cleveland Mr and Mrs T Sloane Young New York Miss Louise Scanlon of Washington Mrs Charles Courdert Brenning of Manhasset N Y Miss Cornelia Prime of New York and John R Bradley of Colorado Springs Colo ColoMr Mr and Airs Charles R Thompson of Lexington will have as their Derby guests J Lindsay Nunn and his son Gilmore N Nunn of Amarillo Texas TexasIn In the party of Mr and Mrs C Kendall McDowell of Lexington will be Miss Eliza ¬ beth Taylor of Little Rock Ark Churchill Newcomb of Virginia and Pearson Scotb of New York YorkMr Mr and Mrs Goodloe McDowell and Mr and Mrs George Goodwin will be among thq Lexington representation

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