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: Can Locate Will Travel Route Today in Lincolns Technician Vies With Recent Winners In Best Doings, Happy East Under M. H. VanBerg Silks HAWTHORNE, Cicero, 111., May 24. The one and one-eighth miles Technician Purse, fashioned for an intermediate class of selling platers of the ,000 variety, is the featured attraction on Lincoln Fields Monday program at Hawthorne. Seven middle-distance1 runners will .meet. They include M. H. VanBergs five-year-old gelding Can Locate, winner of six races so far this season. Three of these were consecutive wins at Lincoln Downs. He won another at the same track before coming west. At Sportsmans Park on May 3 Can Locate beat Riot, Born to Win, and others. His next start was on May 16 at the Lincoln Fields meeting. He won that one also, defeating Big. Inch, Sorority, and five others. f Altogether in 14 starts this season Can Locate has shared in 13 of the purses for which he ran. He won seven. races last year. Can Locate, by On Location, out of Cansting, by Sting, was purchased recently by VanBerg, from Anthony Graff agnini, of New Orleans. He will be ridden by ap-prentic William Cox and will carry 113 pounds: Willis to Ride Lucky Codine The balance of the Technician field consists of W. H. Bishops Lucky Codine, 113, with apprentice Robert Willis riding; E. B. McAtees Little Bookie, 102, Jack Arter-burn; B. W. Landys Best Doings, 116, John Adams; N. G. Bouchards Happy East, 113, John Heckmann; O. H. Pohlmans Grand Egyptian, 109, Anthony Skoronski; G. R. Wynkoffs Kanza, 110, Anthony Passaro. The Mississippi-bred Lucky. Codine won two consecutive races at Sportsmans Park. In his last outing he finished fifth behind the fast mare, Asphalt. The four-year-old filly, Little Bookie, won her latest start, which was at Churchill Downs, in Louisville, before coming to Hawthorne. The five year-old Mont Blanc gelding, Happy East, won his latest start here for two in a row. The previous win being scored at Gulf-stream Park in April. Best Doings won at Sportsmans Park on April 22, finished third twice at this meeting, and then scored in easy fashion on yesterdays card. Kanza, a five-year-old gelding bred in Kansas by the Kentucky Derby winner, Lawrin, finished fifth in his only start in Chicago this season. He won on the grass course at Hialeah on February 23. Grand Egyptian, a four-year-old Grand Slam filly, has been unplaced in 10 starts this year. ! BEN A. JONES Sent out Real Delight to give Mrs. Warren Wrights Calumet Farm its third success in the Coaching Club American Oaks, Twilight Tear and Wistful being previous winners for the popular stable.