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TJiree Allowance Races On Fairmount Program Santa Fe May Fill Favorites Role in Featured Winimac Event By PAT CAUDDLL Staff Correspondent FAIRMOUNT PARK, Collinsville, 111., June 13. — Racing secretary John J. Klu-cina has arranged an eight-race program for presentation tomorrow night that is one of the best week-night cards offered thus far at this meeting. Three allowance races have been billed and of the trio, the Winimac, as the sixth, for three-year-olds and upward at one mile and one-sixteenth, will serve as the feature. Seven hard-hitting campaigners will match strides for the purse of ,200 and while the field appears evenly matched, a slight nod must be given to Santa Fe, owned by Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Holman. This racer has yet to score a winning effort this year but has been meeting the better grade thoroughbreds at the local oval at sprint distances and the added distance in tomorrows headliner should be more to his liking. G. W. Renfroes The Blue Hen, a recent arrival from Chicago; A. P. Hensleys Jim Branch, and Mrs. E. Oros Oswego Dr. are entered against Santa Fe and appear capable of making it a most interesting affair. Mrs. Elizabeth Muckler,s Mombasa, Janicki and Maciejenskis Mucho Manana, and E. LeBlances Moonblend complete the field. Strongly supporting the feature is the Clayton Purse, a six-furlong event as the fifth race, and this affair for three-year-olds and upward also offers a purse of ,200. Such good sprinters as the 5-H. Farms Little Jeff, the Verde Stock Farms Hensprig, A. Kellys Reade Castle, and E. H. Moodys Barb Foot are entered and appear the main threat. Gessy p. and Fun Quest, coupled as an entry, and Mister Perfect complete the field. The Normandy Purse as the seventh race, brings together a full field of three-and four-year-olds and G. W. Renfroes The Blue Goose appears best of the field with strongest competition expected to come from J. J. Starrs Ballette Man and R. R. Thomas Like Stone.