Motor City and Alger Next Detroit Features: Will Headline Saturday and Mondays Cards, Respectively, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-25


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Motor City and Alger Next Detroit Features FeaturesWill Will Headline Saturday and Mondays Cards Respectively DETROIT Mich May 24 Although several outstanding features are scheduled for presentation at the Fair Grounds this week Saturdays sixth running of the 5000 Motor City Handicap mile and a sixteenth test for threeyearolds and upward is the headline offering of the period The class of thoroughbreds quartered at the local track this year is far superior to any of the last decade and racing secretary and handicapper Charles F Henry is of the opinion that a stellar band will answer the bugle on the weekend for the Motor City Florizan Beau who carried Mrs G Al ¬ lens silks to a convincing triumph here in the Inaugural Handicap is expected to make his presence keenly felt in the Motor City The son of Sun Hatter Losweep however will have his work cut out for himas he may be called upon to meet such performers as Columbus Day Samborom bon Boss Hoss iDspose By Conscript Sweep Swinger Three Clovers Cals Pet One Only Trelawny Valdina Paul and Bonnie Andrew AndrewThe The lastnamed gelding a son of Sir Andrew Bay Bonnie who races under the colors of A F Wall has always been a favorite with Detroit patrons Bonnie An ¬ drew now five years old was a stakes win ¬ ner during his 1942 campaign accounting for a division of the Oliver Evans Handi ¬ cap here and then moving on to Churchill Downs last autumn to capture the Douglas Park Handicap at the Derby oval ovalMonday Monday May 31 also should provide an excellent day of sport for Fair Grounds racing followers in that the Col Alger Memorial Handicap mile and a sixteenth event is to have its ninth renewal The Alger which heretofore matched three yearolds and upward has been turned over to the younger division exclusively for the first time timeThreeyearolds Threeyearolds quartered here and rated as probable starters fo the Alger include some of the best in the nation Dixianas Amber Light victor in the Louisiana Derby Milky Way Farms speedy No Wrinkles Bomar Stables Little Wizard Mrs H P Bonners Star Blen Lieut T D Buhls All Good and Likeasnot J Warfield Rodgers Dove Pie Tall Trees Stables Sea Marriage Devereux Farrells Big Boss and Bold Captain as well as Edwin Talberts Bay borough may accept the issue in the Alger Bayborough a strapping daughter of Stim ¬ ulus and Scarborough won her last three starts in Maryland

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