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Omaha Results Saturday, June 11, 1949 WEATHER CLOUDY; TRACK FAST SIXTEENTH DAY OF 32-DAY MEETING, MAY 24 TO JULY 4. UNPLACED HORSES LISTED IN ORDER OF FINISH FIRST RACE 77029— 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse ,500. Three-year-olds and upward. Claiming. Tom Breneman, 118, T. Osment $ 4.40 $ 3.20 $ 2.40 Sir Nitro, 118, D. Dew 5.00 2.60 Smoky Bill, 118, E. Meyers 2.40 Time, 1:05%. Off at 2:03£ Central Standard Time. Winner— B. g, 6, by Pharacase— Linter, by Canter. Also ran— Mormos, Royal Eddie, Wee Cutie, March Bloom, Beg. Tom Breneman claimed by M. Bartlett and H. Lindley for ,500. SECOND RACE 77030— 3-4 Mile. Purse ,000. Three- j year-olds and upward. Claiming. ] Vinita Dan, 109, T. Tavares $ 6.60 $ 4.00 $ 3.40 New Arezza, 109, J. Brooks 5.40 4.00 Placid Polly, 109, E. Hust 7.80 Time, 1:13%. Off at 2:36J Central Standard Time. Winner— Lt. br. g, 4, by Harvesting— Dorothy Agnes, ■ by Kilkerry. Also ran— Miss Hettie, Quick Tool, Jubilate Boy, Baraq, tSugar Beau, tPlucky Devil, Russel P., Chance Tea, tSally I. tMutuel field. Vinita Dan claimed by J. Frank and W. R. Jarvis for ,000. Daily Double on First and Second Races Paid 9.40. THIRD RACE 77031— 3-4 Mile. Purse ,000. Three-year-olds and upward. Claiming. Mr. Ever, 111, T. Osment 3.60 $ 6.00 $ 4.80 tThrifty Wash, 101, 0. Wells 7.40 4.60 Love Kee, 101, J. Brooks 6.00 Time, 1:12%. Off at 3:07 Central Standard Time. Winner— B. h, 11, by Ever— Mary Lou Lyons, by War Note. Also ran— Sweet Toes, Tintary, Paddy D., t.Toy Vila, Bashful Titus, Miss Favor, tBusy Edith A., Brown Gown, Carlas Pride. tMutuel field. Thrifty Wash claimed by E. Luther for ,500. FOURTH RACE 77032— 3-4 Mile. Purse ,000. Three-year-olds and upward. Claiming. Air Commander, 118, V. Bovine $ 9.00 $ 5.40 $ 4.40 Marys Fairy, 103, T. Tavares 7.00 5.60 Doots, 115, W. Armstrong 6.40 Time, 1:12%. Off at 3:39J Centra! Standard Time. Winner— B. g, 5, by Sweep Like— Miss Morocco, by Stimulus. Also ran— Mae Linda, tPiccadilly, Inlight, Mightiest, Crystal Jay, Randal J., Winding Sun, tMary Coventry, tFancy Dog. Claimed— Fancy Dog, by Mrs. A. L. Witzel for ,000. tMutuel field. For late results see tomorrows issue.