Delawares Kent Stakes On Coast-to-Coast TV: Full Hour of Either Television Or Radio Entertainment Planned, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-12


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Delawares Kent Stakes On CoasttoCoast TV TVFull Full Hour of Either Television Or Radio Entertainment Planned PlannedDELAWARE DELAWARE PARK Stanton Del June 11 Delawareans this week end will be treated to a fullhour of either television or radio entertainment from Delaware Park The fact that the 25000 Kent Stakes will feature the first coasttocoast telecast ever to originate in the state of Delaware will not conflict with the tracks regular Saturday halfhour in the public irfterest broadcast aired by five Delaware radio stations stationsBeing Being one of a series of major eastern races carried nationally by NBCTV and ABCs radio network the Kent will occupy fifth place on the weekend card at the Stanton oval and be aired and screened from 4 to 430 p m DST Immediately afterward from 430 to 5 the public in ¬ terest program will as usual be broadcast by Wilmingtons WDEL WILM and WAMS in a fiveway noncommercial hookup which also includes WDOV Dover and WJWL Georgetown GeorgetownWith With the Kent moved up to fifth position to fit into the 4 to 430 coasttocoast air ¬ ing a fine feature is being carded sixth for the public interest program which also is devoted each Saturday to worthy causes in Delaware The guest speaker will be Dr M A Tarumianz superintendent of Del ¬ aware State Hospital who has been in ¬ vited by Gordon Rust of the Mental Health Association of Delaware Inc to discuss activities of the latter organization Mr Rust is an associate of Bryan Field in Delawares blood donor campaign of which Mr Field is chairman in addition to his post as vicepresident and general man ¬ ager of Delaware Park ParkThe The race to be described on this broad ¬ cast is the 6000 mile and a sixteenth Fairy Chant Purse named for William duPont Jrs famed race mare and which may attract some filly prospects for the 100000 added New Castle Handicap worlds richest race for fillies and mares to be run at Delaware Park on July 4 4Bryan Bryan Field will be at Belmot Park to telecast the Belmont Stakes and thus com ¬ plete his coverage of the Triple Crown events The public interest broadcast will be conducted by Harvey Smith substitut ¬ ing for Field with Bob Kelley and Jack Lee handling the color and winners circle interviews and Raymond Haight describ ¬ ing the Fairy Chant running The Kent will be described by Fred Capossela for NBCTV and ABC radio networks

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