Illinois Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-07


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Illinois Notes SPORTSMANS PARK, Cicero, 111., May 5. Patrol judge George Swain, who has been ailing for some time and hospitalized for the past 10 days, has, upon the advice of his physician, departed for the home of his sister in Pasadena, Texas. Jockey Willie Carstens, who was injured when thrown from Flying Circle Thursday, may be able to ride next week. Incidentally, jockey Kenneth Robertson, who was riding in the same race, made an effort to prevent Carstens from falling but was unsuccessful. James T. Clark has wired from Churchill Downs that he will open the Washington Park racing secretarys office Monday and will distribute registration blanks. Dave Sazer, who trains a public stable, was an arrival from Florida with seven head. Trainer Joe Bollero wishes to thank all those who were so kind as to extend sympathy in his recent bereavement through the death of his father, Dan Bollero. The six - year - old, Misty Eight, has changed hands, having been purchased from W. H. Bishop by Harold Hoffman. Another horse sale was consummated when Warren J. Conley bought Star Graduate from Mr. and Mrs. G. Nugent. Racing secretary Robert McAuliffe will celebrate a birthday Sunday and already has a large cake on tap in his office. He is the same as Jack Benny, 39.

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