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i . 1 t - : , I . 1 r f f j _ _ e I I r I | 1 ! I J j . ; i I r | [ j r ;_ ._ s n j J I. ; j y j j i j i s e j I n , | BRYSON COLORS VICTORIOUS I Pancoast Romps to Victory in Mansfield - Purse at Thistle Down — ■ Sweep Myth Second. CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 26.— For the e first time in several weeks, E. K. Brysons ■ colors got home in front when Pancoast ;t easily accounted for the Mansfield Purse, -. sixth race on the program and best offer-r "" ing at Thistle Down Park this afternoon. • Sun Dora provided the contention to the stretch head, after which Pancoast drew away decisively. Steadily improving her , position during the run home. Sweep Myth outstayed Foxy Quiller and Sun Dora for the second award, the trio finishing in that 1 order. The racing was staged under mid-summer-_ r" like conditions, and it was marked by nu-; l" merous thrilling finishes. The attendance e was of average mid-week-day proportions, 3- The haltermen had an inning, four horses s changing hands via the claiming route, in-. x* eluding Sun Dora, which Mrs. E. B. Shipp P secured from I. J. Collins for ,250 out of * the feature event. B. Hernandez began the afternoon well by y furnishing the first winner in Pantaur. r. Jockey L Turner sent the Minotaur juvenile le into the lead in the first furlong, but he e had to be hustled along to the end to with-e l- stand the final challenge of Wavy Sea, i, which furnished the contention for the en-3 tire way. Mayotiv raced into third place easily through the stretch. Dorothy W. /. showed a dull performance. With the running of the second race came the best finish of the afternoon when the ie first six horses reached the wire in close ;e alignment. Saving ground during the final il sixteenth. Star Ballot was just up in time ie to score by a neck from Servant Pride and d Donna James, which had raced most promi-y. nently .from the start, with Donna James 3 showing the way. Friend Tom followed the pace of Dozeless 33 until straightened out for the stretch run in in the third race. When called upon by ,y jockey J. Dyer for the final effort he re- e- sponded gamely and wore down the pacemaker e- r! during the last seventy yards. Doze-j e- less finished well in advance of the others. s. I Long John was installed favorite, but again in disappointed his connections when he failed I to improve on third position at any stage re of the race. Although Mayreen led throughout the running i- of the fourth race, jockey J. Dyer was ts forced to put forth his best effort on the ie Gillem colorbearer throughout the last sixteenth to win against the bold challenge r« 3 from Oaten. Incidentally, Mayreens success 5S It i marked the second victory of the day for r s j ] jockey J. Dyer, who is riding in good form m of late. Muff outlasted the tiring Falsehood id I for the minor offering. S I | After Simon had come from the rear and id d • went into an easy lead entering the stretch :h ,r ■ , in the fifth race, Polisher came again near-j r- I ing the end and got up to win in the final al of » stride. It was a rousing finish, and pro-I o- voked much enthusiasm. Closing up from - behind on the outside through the stretch. h, Post Brigade headed Judge Urban and Busy 5y _ Ven in the closing strides for third. Wild Id Transit raced below her best recent perform-.s a- a ahce.