Sport at Fairmount Park Resumes This Afternoon: Post Time for First Race Will Be 2:00--Maisco in Main Event, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-08


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Sport at Fairmount Park Resumes This Afternoon AfternoonPost Post Time for First Race Will Be 200 Maisco in Main Event EventCOLLINSVILLE COLLINSVILLE 111 June 7 After a twoday interval Fairmount Park resumes its 28day session tomorrow afternoon A change in post time reverting to 2 oclock will be in effect and general manager Donald C Burnett hopes that the new hour will aid in attracting more patrons than did the 3 oclock starting time which pre ¬ vailed since the meeting opened openedWhile While it has been a twoday holiday for a majority of the officials racing secretary Richard Leigh spent it mapping out condi ¬ tions for his new book and track superin ¬ tendent John LeBlanc had to combat heavy rains of Saturday night and yesterday yesterdayAlthough Although the track was muddy for to ¬ days training period LeBlanc hopes to have it good for tomorrows racing The trip demonstrated last week that it dries out fast Deep cushioned it can take care of considerable moisture and also shed it rapidly Had it not been for the storm following the running of the second race Saturday the track probably would have been at its best before the program was completed completedThe The department of public relations has selected several days to be set aside this week to honor service organizations and director Jack Van Pelt will have all data completed by tomorrow tomorrowMaisco Maisco who experienced little trouble in defeating a band of fair sprinters last week will attempt to make it two in a row in the fifth race which is one of the best events on tomorrows card The Mrs A M Creech representative gets in under 109 pounds Distract also a winner here will shoulder 114 pounds and Jim j of or who will make his local seasons debut is the high weight under 116 pounds Others named for the sixfurlong dash to be presented as the fifth are Bessie Girl Juliet C Riverlass Sylvan Dell Hasty Tommy Town Lace Merry Saxon Namur and Destiny Deb Sylvan Dell and Riverlass also are winners here hereA A field of 10 were named for the sixth race and Adenos who survived a bumping duel in the third race Saturday will at ¬ tempt to make it two straight victories Atafa favorite in his last essay Fisherville Catalonia Shuchor Nediana Agnes S Boston Lassie and Peggy Silver are the other members of the field fieldAs As small fields were named Jor several of the races particularly the eightha substi ¬ tute number is carded

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