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Fifteen Two-YearrOlds In Bay State Kindergarten Topweighted King Wilson Likely Choice for Suffolk Downs Stake SUFFOLK DOWNS, Eafct Boston, Mass., May 12.— Fifteen two-year-olds, representing a dozen different interests, are slated to match strides in the Bay State Kindergarten Stakes which will have its third running at Suffolk Downs tomorrow. The juveniles, which are a representative crop of the youngsters that have shown here this spring with one outsider listed among the starters, will be traveling five furlongs for the first time this season. The value of the Bay State to the winning youngster will be ,170 should all 15 start. Top weight of 120 pounds and probably choice for the stake will be Torrance C. Melroses homebred, King Wilson. In addition to King Wilsori, trainer J. P. Watts has elected to name a stablemate Swift Swiv. Should the pair accept the issue they will constitutes strong hand for the Ohio stable. King Wilson has already compiled a record of three victories in his five starts. One of his races was against George D. Wideners Battlefield in the Hialeah Juvenile Stakes. The Melrose colt finished third to the Widener colt who has gone on to win four races, being undefeated, his most recent was a division of the Youthful Stakes at Jamaica. In one appearance over the, Suffolk Downs oval, the . son of Bull Brier — Dusty Boots, scored impressively over J. J. Starlings Fair Game, a contestant for tomorrows honors. King Wilson was a prohibitive choice in that race, whicH also included B. A. Darios Att. General, J. A. Reynolds Stock Farms I Trust, Reynolds Brothers Trucha and Lomonaco and Runfelos Dr. Sicomo, all can-dicates for the Bay State. The one outsider in tomorrows field, Cary C. Boshamers King Clover c6mes here from Garden State Park where he scored an upset in a maiden event. It was the first start for the Isolater— Black Rage colt and satisfied trainer "Ned" Gaines enough to warrant the trip up here. Fair Game is a Florida-bred son of Ariel Game, who has yet to win a race but in all of his starts, the Starling colt has shown promise. Att. General, a winner in Florida during the past winter, holds the distinction of being the most valuable two-year-old in tomorrows line-up, who came out of last years sales. The Lincoln Downs prexy acquired the son of Bull Lea — Humane for ,500 from Lucas B. Combs at a Keene-land vendue. Att. General also won a dash over the local oval and is highly regarded by his trainer, John Brouse. Other winners who are eligible for the Bay State are O. L. Fosters Happy Bound, Dr. Sicomo, Swift Swiv, T. P. Morgans Blue Roxy, John J. McCarthys Ginger Boots, Forcler and Phillips* Fern Gold, another Florida-bred; I Trust and Trucha. Reynolds Brothers will also be represented by two homebred maidens, Kodiak *nd Mestiza.