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i Mundy Claiming Purse At Detroit Lures Eight Bonnie Andrew Meets Satin Nose And Good Daughter at Distance DETROIT, Mich., June 20. — Headed by the Mundy Claiming Purse, an event for platers of the .500-,000 category and carrying a prize of ,000, a rather interesting card of eight races has been arranged by racing secretary Charles F. Henry for tomorrows sport offering at the Fair Grounds. Eight were named for the mile and one-sixteenth feature, listed eighth on the program, and considering that the field is quite evenly matched there is every like- lihood of an entertaining tilt. Under the conditions W. E. McDonalds Kelspride is highweighted at 116 pounds. Incidentally, he is entered for ,500. No doubt the bulk of the wagering will center around A. F. Walls Bonnie Andrew, rather consistent here a few years ago but unsuccessful during the 1944 season due to an ailment which, however, has been rectified and consequently has permitted him to be trained correctly; Miss Mary Hunts Satin Nose, a rather handy sort at times and Mrs. B. Hernandez Good Daughter. The latter did not run her race last year, primarily because of the holding track. Remaining entrants in the group are Brown Mate, Azimuth, Hopeful Reward and £lray. The opener brings together eight to con-test over six furlongs with the possibility that Bomar Stables Love Pact might en-Joy favoritism. Aligned against her are My j Zaca, who could prove dangerous; Avia- tion Cadet, Sayonara. Mr. Pharned, Vinita Jack. Above All and Kona Wind.