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Fiv6 Named to Oppose Inseparable Has Been Running Well in Late Races Hasty House Farm Runner Engages Abbe Sting, Jacoby, Black George at Hawthorne HAWTHORNE, Cicero, HI., June 9.— The Hasty House Farms Inseparable, winner of over 00,000 in purse money during his career, will try for his first success of the season in the Sweeping Light Purse here tomorrow. He will have as his rivals E. C. Roths Challcote, Lucien Knight, Jr.s, Jacoby, William H. Veenemans Black George, J. P. Keezeks Abbe Sting and Walmac Farms Adams Off Ox. All but Challcote, who is in with 104, will carry 108 pounds in the mile and a sixteenth event. Inseparable has not reached the winners circle in nine starts this year. However, he has been close up on most occasions, being in the money seven times. In the first of his starts at Hawthorne, he finished fourth to False in the Crete Handicap and third to Andy B. W. in the Edward J. Fleming Memorial. One of his best races last year was run at Garden State, when he was a bang-up second to Call Over in the Trenton Handicap and finished in front of Hill Prince. Second in American Derby Abbe Sting, second to Hall of Fame in the American Derby last year, is to make his Chicago seasonal debut in the Sweeping Light. Trainer Keezek, who has been very successful at this meeting, appears to have the son of Abbe Pierre in good shape. Abbe Sting will like_wise be trying for his first purse, but has been appearing mostly in stakes. Black George, who defeated Middleground in the 1950 Kentucky Derby Trial, has started but once at this meeting, but placed in two of his three races in Kentucky this spring. Since winning at Sportsmans Park on April 23, Challcote has finished second to Asphalt and third to Cacomo at this session, Jacoby made one start here, being fifth in the Crusader Purse, which was won by Roman Bath. The race marks the first start of the session for Adams Off Ox. Inseparable and Challcote have been named for the Lincoln Handicap, closing day feature here. Walmac Farms three-year-old, Toomai, who was undefeated in three starts last season, will be making her first .outing as a three-year-old in the Esseff Purse/a six- furlong, dash that will serve as the co-feature. The event is for three-year-old fillies, exclusively, and others named are P; A. B. Widener Iff.s Pines of Rome, H. G. Bock-mans Fancy Step, Paul Youkilis Elaine Ruth, Jerry McCarthy Stables Star Delight, Brown Hotel Stables Ave and Clifford Mooers Sky Maid. Star Delight was winner of. seven races as a two-year-old, while Ave scored a half dozen times. Elaine Ruth won a couple as a juvenile. Fancy Step won two at New Orleans early in January and was second to Bella Figura last outing here. Pines of Rome was a beaten favorite at this meeting.