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Fourteen Slated to Vie In Cranwood Park Event Expect Sarabay to Rule Choice In Three-Quarters Sixth Race By TOMMY MULLIGAN CRANWOOD PARK, Warrensville Heights, Ohio, May 13. — The sixth race on Mondays program rates top billing. A six-furlong dash out of the chute for four-year-olds and upwards, this race has drawn 14 in the overnight entries. Linus Pierce, racing secretary and handicapper here, having a large number of horses for this event, had to split it as the fifth and sixth. The sixth appears to have drawn the slightly better horses and it looms up as a wide open affair. While there are no standouts, Sarabay, Who sports the silks of R. C. Ferris, may be the right one. The daughter of Okapi has beeirtraining smartly and a peak performance is expected. Arrayed against the Ferris colorbearer will be Mrs. E. J. Greena ways Qlaster, 112; Mrs. F. Canards In Debt, 107; G, P. Smarts Teddy Smart, 112; Mary Parges Kuduwrack, 112; Wayne Kendricks Judy Cave, 110; L. Sheltons Westover Lady, .102; East View Stables Vitacle, 107; R. Warrens Mightiest, 112; E. L. Wolfs Bikini Test, 112; R. J. Hamons New Blue, 107; S. L. TJlrichs Apra, 113; Green and Trussos Noahs Pride, 112, and W. H. Barkers Bar Land with 118 pounds. Judy Cave has been .sharpened for a top effort and could be dangerous in here, while "Glaster cannot be disregarded entirely as;, she. too has. some, excellent jporks to her credit. Should there be an upset any .of. the others could Jigure in* the yern diet.