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. 1 1 Colorado Notes CENTENNIAL PARK, Littleton, Colo., June 3. Director of racing Barry Whitehead and Art Bazata, director of operations, were among the members of Centennial race tracks official family to view the opening card at Memorial Park, Bursh. A fleet of " five buses carried 175 other turf fans from the Denver area to the Brush inaugural. H. F. "Mickey" Dwyer, Centennial race tracks mutuel manager, announced that for the first time at this track, a 0 Daily Double window will be. made available to wagerers. He also stated that the Daily Double will be made up of the first and second races, rather than the second and third as was the custom in past years. Denver Post columnist and feature writer Robert "Red" Fenwick and his wife were recent visitors to Centennial race track. They came out to see Fenwicks former boss, Ed Wright. The latter has his White Star Stable already on the grounds. Years ago Fenwick worked for Wright, who at the time was champion bronco rider and top clown in the western rodeo circuit. The showing made by David Mays Uncle Adam Saturday, when he broke his maiden with a four and a half -furlong victory at Memorial Park, Brush, greatly impressed most horsemen on the scene. The two-year-old gelding-is now being considered a leading candidate for Centennial race tracks two juvenile stakes, the ,500 added Colorado Breeders Stakes to be run over five furlongs August 9, and the September 20 Colorado Futurity, a six-furlong affair valued at more than 2,000.