Illinois News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-30


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Illinois News and Notes ARLINGTON at Washington Park, Homewood, 111., June 29. Hyman Friedberg, who has been here for several days, has three yearlings at his farm near Louisville. They wfll continue to run out until fall, when trainer Jack Hanover will start their education. Lt. S. R. Shapoff and his wife, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mose Shapoff, returned to Camp Barkley, Tex., where Lieutenant Shapoff is a member of the Medical Corps. Robert J. Bolton arrived from Fairmount Park. He turned Dabiton out at a nearby farm and will take him up later in the summer. Danny Red" Womeldorff received Hy-Veil from New York. The horse is the property of W. F. Morgan. Acting for M. L. Nehring, Roy Selden sold Tusco to E. R. Wielander at private terms. The Green Grass Stable purchased Prince Sang from Fred Turner, Jr. W. R. Sallee acted for the Green Grass Stable. W. J. Ormsby took over Heel Call to train for A. Ferrara and Little Steve for Steve Valenti. J. F. Williams, prominent California breeder whose horses are trained by C. T. Leavitt. is expected here tomorrow for an indefinite visit. Mrs. Lonnie Copenhaver sold Judge Leighton to Mrs. J. E. Copenhaver. Terms of the sale were private. According to C. T. Leavitt, Bert Baroni and George Paulson are expected to come from California for an extended visit. Both have horses in charge of Leavitt. C. F. Wagner, returned from Toronto where he inspected a division of the Donna-Ray Stable Paul Morris has at that point. The stable will be shipped from Toronto to Fort Erie and then to Narragansett Park. William Springfield brought Miss Marfa, Macks Prince and Fair Georgia from Fair-mount Park. The ho-ses belong to George B. McCamey. Jack Bellew, son of L. V. Bellew, Jr., enlisted in the Navy and is stationed at Great Lakes. Bellew recently completed his second year at the Roosevelt Military Academy, at Toledo, Ohio. Claude Hawkins, who was inducted into the Army last week, was given an honorable discharge yesterday. Hawkins suffered an injury to his spine several years ago. He has re-entered the employ of Roscoe Goose, and also serves as one of starter Reuben Whites assistants. FAIRMOUNT PARK, Collinsville, 111., June 29. Sports writers and radio announcers gave Frank Eschen. one of the better known St. Louis announcers, a farewell dinner Friday night at the Lennox Hotel. Eschen was to leave Saturday for Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, for his induction. Instead of taking his usual summer vacation a,t New Orleans, George Demarest, horsemens bookkeeper, plans remaining here until the opening of the fall meeting. * Danny McAuliffe has received no plans from his employers as to the next campaigning spot for his charges. He probably will rest his outfit until the opening at Dade Park. Word was received this*rnorning by Jack Thomas, whose camera is used here, that his son was accepted in the officers candidate school for naval training at Tulane University, New Orleans. Jockey G. McLeod packed his tack and left for Toledo. Headed by the handicap performer, Maxiekin, P. C. Williams loaded six others along with the star of the Sam Roucher stable and shipped them to Fort Miami race track at Toledo. Raymond White was a recent arrival from Chicago. He has South Bound and New Glory registered with the racing secretary.

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