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Erazel and Miss Walker i Surprise at Detroit Oval | Latter Registers Convincing Victory in Her Initial Start DETROIT, Mich., June 28.— A few surprise r- winners were "uncorked" during the ! early races today at the Fair Grounds, one . ! of these being M. H. VanBergs Erazal, at at 3 for , in the opener, and W. E. Snyders y- first-time two-year-old starter, Miss LSS Walker, in the third at 4.50. The initial choice to score was Mrs. L L. rWagners Sir Jimmy, a .10 hazard fori or I the second. This fellow rushed up ap-proachinf P" : the stretch and, once he put Ut away the faltering Miss Flyer, he simply ,ly sauntered on to a five lengths lead while He holding El Valle safe. Third position went nt to Maechance. Time for the six furlongs gS I over a good track was 1:1525. A gathering of approximately 12.000 at- i. K | tended, and those in the crowd who backed | Erazal and Sir Jimmy in the Daily Double u_ received 84 for the investment. The first offering was strictly between Commando Tom, who assumed the lead fd| i shortly after the start, and Erazal. The he pair raced more or less as a team, with th the latter taking the advantage in the concluding 5J" stages. At the end the Pompey offspring had a length to spare over Com-, ™~! mando Tom while rounding out the six furlongs in 1:15%. Commando Tom easily ily i held the place three lengths before Ce-lesti F. Making her debut in most convincing n£ manner, Miss Walker went about her business Si-I of graduating from the maiden ranks iks | by simply running up along the rail and nd taking over from Gypsy Actress as the ,he field entered the home lane. She then drew ew off to arrive at the finish three lengths hs before Gypsy Actress, with Kendor third, id six lengths farther back. The favorite, Mandas First, showed nothing. The winner n-1 was clocked the four and one-half furlongs ll" in :56.