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- 4V jMMa -•»■■ • * ■# ** f. V , * V . -•• mi ? * j ! Renew Renew Hyde Hyde Park Park and and Princess Princess Doreen; Doreen; Apache Apache Tops Tops Carter Carter HandicapLine-Up HandicapLine-Up MRS. ELIZABETH N. GRAHAM— The eastern sportswoman will be represented by an entry in both the Hyde Park and Princess Doreen Stakes at Washington Park this afternoon. [Juvenile Fixture Draws Seventeen Maine Chance and Calumet Farm Seek Both Stakes in Starting Double Entries HOMEWOOD. 111., June 29.— The fashionable Hyde Park Stakes for two-year-olds and the Princess Doreen Stakes for three-year-old fillies, each of which events carries a 5,000 added purse, will jointly highlight the Arlington Park Jockey Clubs first Saturday program of the season at Washington Park tomorrow. Together they will head an all-star program of nine races, the first of which is scheduled for 2 oclock. Though the Princess Doreen. which will be contested over six furlongs, drew an excellent field and promises to prove a contest worth watching, it is the Hyde Park which will command the most attention from fans. The Hyde Park, a dash of five and one-half furlongs, appeals because it will serve as a preview of a number of youngsters who promise to be outstanding contenders for the rich Arlington and Washington Park futurities which come along later in the summer. Seventeen were entered overnight in the Hyde Park and 13 in the Princess Doreen. Mrs. Gertrude Donovans Hopefuls Among the Hyde Park challengers whose early records seems to stamp them youngsters of quality are the Maine Chance Farms They Say and Lord Boswell. John Marschs Franks Choice. Calumet Farms In Earnest and High Shine and Mrs. Gertrude Donovans Fighting Frank and Breezy Louise. Three of these horses already are stakes winners and all of them are highly regarded by their connections. They Say won the Juvenile Stakes at Belmont Park, Fighting Frank captured the Bashford Manor at Churchill Downs and Breezy Louise accounted for the Debutante at the same track. Franks Choice, whose stablemate Free for All won the Hyde Park a year ago, was Continued on Page Five k . a l c 1: j I I I e j iE * ; b J J 1 ■ El : I J J . . and k e _ e: h n « I s | rr j c j ! I !c V v, U , S ir ing i ! M s ! j * ! : H I ! B bl Renew Hyde Park, Princess Doreen Maine Chance and Calumet Farm Seek Both Stakes in Starting Double Entries Continued from Page One romping winner here on opening day last Monday and the same afternoon High Shine drove home in front of a field that included several he will be opposing tomor-, row. High Shine, or his stablemate In Earnest, who won at Louisville, also could give Calumet Farm a double in the Hyde Park, for Beau James won it for that establishment in 1938. Other two-year-olds in the race are Herbert M. Woolfs Oh Boy, A. C. Ernsts Aladear, Mrs. R. J. Doyles Dina Belle and Little Snail, Brody and Brodys Donero, H. J. Brennans Calmara. Mitchell and Karls k! Banco, the Indian Rocks Stables Inroc, Capt. Dave Rosenbaums Magna Ray and Augustus and Nahms Alaport. Because of the spectacular success of the Maine Chance juveniles in New York, the entry of They Say and Lord Boswell is expected to vie with the Calumet Farm entry of In Earnest and High Shine for the honor of going postward the favorite tomorrow. Some of the principal candidates for honors in the Princess Doreen, the first of a series of important features for fillies and mares, are Thomas Piatts Come and Go, Calumet Farms Twosy and No Blues, the Woolf stables Devastating, and the Maine Chance Farms War Date and Sharp Watch. Come and Go is a double stakes winner this year, for she won both the Ashland Stakes and the Kentucky Oaks before com-, here from Louisville. Others in the Princess Doreen are R. W. Mcllvaines Wallflower, the Indian Rocks Stables Cross Bayou, J. A. Goodwins Jacks Jill, the Running Water Farms Its Her and Miss Tartan, Dr. Eslie Asburys Blue Skimmer and the Swanee River Sta-i bles Bosage.