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I ■ n p t to * t to e] b ly f a S 1 h 1 bi ble • a: ti R " J Z h Delaware Park Offering Twin Attractions Today War Relief Purse No. 6 Engages Spare Man, Adroit and Six Others STANTON, Del., June 28.— Twin iea- tures mark the program which will be pre- sented tomorrow by Delaware Park. War j Relief Purse No. 6, at six furlongs, holds the headline spot with a field of eight scheduled go to the post while the mile and a half Montchannin Handicap, in which five are i meet, holds the supporting" spot. Cedar Farms Spare Man and Mrs. Rob- J ert H. Heighes Adroit appear to be the like- | public choices in War Relief Purse No. 6 for both were second in their last appear- ance, Spare Man bowing to the speedy Sophocles and Adroit to Hornbeam. However, under the conditions of the race, Marc S. Goldnamers Edemgee will be the highweight of the field under 121 pounds to al 119 on Spare Man, G. R. Watkins Charita- ca and Margaret McCalluums Carmus. ! m T. Wesley Sears Tagel rates next in line With an assignment of 117 while the others M are comparative light weights. Adroit get- ra ting in at 100, Guard Ship at 103 and Riar n Red at 106. Fi In the Montchannin, Anthony Massi- th the mianos Mugs Game, winner of the mile and a quarter division of this handicap, ca doubtless will be favored to score at this in in mile and a half route. He came from be- Ps hind to win at the shorter distance and di 12 u 11 1 3 2 4 5 » I 6 7 * 8 J 9 * 10 ~ X " 3 J 6 " 7 8 8 * 1 2 2 4 J 5 al ca m M ra n Fi th the ca in in Ps di although he picks up six pounds, appears capable of traveling the extra quarter of a mile successfully against this opposition. H. L. Donovans Valdivia, second to Mugs Game in the other division of the race, Lyle Phillips Air Power, a recent winner and Mrs. Helen Werners entry of Friend or Foe and Opening Bid complete field. A two-mile steeplechase also is on the card in which T. T. Motts Ossabaw, fourth the Meadow Brook Handicap at Belmont Park, will have 10 rivals over the two-mile distance.