Aletern, Valdina Orphan in La Salle; Cadillac Handicap Attracts Fourteen: By Conscript Has 120-Pound Impost; Defense, Overdrawn Also Seek Sprint Fixture--War Relief to Be Aided Again, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-12


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Aletern Valdina Orphan in La Salle Cadillac Handicap Attracts Fourteen By Conscript Has 120Pound Impost ImpostDefense Defense Overdrawn Also Seek Sprint Fixture War Relief to Be Aided Again AgainDETROIT DETROIT Mich June 11 Fourteen top flight sprinters the cream of the De ¬ troit thoroughbred colony were named overnight to contest the 7500 Cadillac Handicap feature attraction at the Fair Grounds tomorrqw Two other outstanding eyents the 2500 Wolverine Handicap a one mile and a sixteenth test for three yearolds and upward and the 2000 Mason Purse a fivefurlong dash for two yearolds also are to have their decision on the half holiday program which is one of the best yet offered during the 1943 Motor City season seasonThe The Cadillac should provide an interest ¬ ing headliner for the fifth card to stress jaid for servicemen and their dependents All gate admission fees for the first four Saturdays and those received on Decora ¬ tion Day are to be turned over to turf war relief fund and track officials feel that j jwith with a break in the weather tomorrow the Detroit Racing Association will enrich the war fund by at least 45000 They plan to give further aid later in the meet 1 ing ingThe The Woodvard Avenue plant contributed 81336 to the worthy cause in 1942 1942Wall 1942i i Wall Racer Seeks Fourth Win in Row Racing secretaryhandicapper Charles P Henry has assigned the post of honor for the eighth running of the Cadillac to A F Walls locallyowned By Conscript and that good son of Pharamond II and Bloodroot will answer the bugle tomorrow under 120 pounds By Conscript raced his way into the good graces of local patrons this year when he captured the Motor City Mack inac and Parents Creek handicaps The Wall gelding will have the saddle services of jockey Pat Milligan in the Cadillac CadillacNext Next in the estimation of Henry are Mrs H P Bonners Defense and the Dearborn Stables Overdrawn each of whom will carry 116 pounds Defense purchased by the Bonners from Northway Stud won two races under his new owners silks at the New Orleans Fair Grounds while Over ¬ drawn comes to Detroit after annexing ma ¬ jor honors in the Jamaica Handicap on May 1 The Dearborn Stable star defeated Doublrab Flaught With Regards Lochin var Colchis and Salto in winning the Ja ¬ maica for the third straight year Sam borombon South Americabred star is isContinuecLon ContinuecLon Page Two Cadillac Attracts Field of Fourteen FourteenBy By Conscript Defense and Overdrawn to Match Strides In Detroits Sprint Stake StakeContinued Continued irom Page One Oneasked asked to shoulder 114 pounds and will run coupled with Overdrawn OverdrawnWise Wise Moss representative of Mrs Ed ¬ ward McCuan will go to the post in the Cadillac under 114 pounds and she is re ¬ membered here for her thrilling victory in the same stake last year The daughterr of the late Wise Counsellor and Locust Moss won the Dark Day Handicap on May 31 defeating J Howard Rouses Three Per ¬ cent victor in the 5000 Boots and Sad ¬ dle Handicap on Inaugural Day Three Percent will have an opportunity to even his score with Wise Moss in the Cadillac and he will go postward under 113 pounds poundsOther Other stellar performers scheduled to ac ¬ cept the issue in the rich sprint are Ell strom Brothers Col Teddy 105 pounds J L McKnights Black Raider 102 Milky Way Farms Dogpatch 110 I J Collins Gallee 106 Lt T D Buhls Tomluta 105 Morris Wexlers Best Reward 109 Harry C Richards Camptown 100 and David Clures Gold Princess assigned 109 pounds The last named filly a homebred daughter of Prince Pal and Gold Nugget scored a driving triumph in the Langlade Handicap on June 2 defeating a field comprising Hysterical Tomluta Bill G and War Bam BamSeven Seven Routers in Wolverine WolverineThe The Wolverine drew the entries of seven sturdy routers George Strattons Hysteri ¬ cal is the top weight with 114 pounds Morris Wexlers Dispose and T D Buhls Sweep Swinger are next with 112 pounds each and Pan Broom representative of C A ONeil Jr gets in under 109 pounds Rounding out the field for the secondary attraction are Charles Turners Bon Jour 108 pounds A F Walls Bonnie Andrew 108 and Mrs Ellsworth H Augustus im ¬ proved Trelawny 100 pounds poundsThe The Mason brings out a splendid field of juveniles Mrs Frank E Childs silks are to be carried by Miss Valor a winner at Churchill Downs and second to Arthur B Hancocks Whirlabout in the Debu ¬ tante Stakes at the Derby oval Gary C Boshamer will depend on Red Rebel and Kings Mount B H Kodoma is sending Fort Ben to the post Edward K Thomas will rely on Dancing Duke Cragin Hoists colors are to be carried by Jo Agnes and Scots Bill is the hope of the Bomar Stable Scots Bill was a handy victor in his last local appearance appearanceSecretary Secretary Henry has arranged an excel ¬ lent supporting program and post time for the first race at the Fair Grounds on Saturday will be 215 p m Eastern War Time The card will consist of nine races on the weekend

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