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Assemblyman KeertJ In Twin Workouts Goes Three Panels and Mile On Successive Days; Career Boy and Leallah Impressive By Staff Correspondent BELMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., June 24. — Glenelg Stables Assemblyman, whose recent training suggests that he is improving to the point that hevcould be a serious factor in any three-year-old stake up to a mile, worked both Sunday morning and today for Sammy Smith. The son of Menow, who finished a good third in the Kent Stakes at Delaware Park last out after setting the pace into the stretch, went three furlongs in :35% on the slow training track here Sunday morning, then came back with a good mile in 1:40 on the main track this morning. He stepped the final quarter in :25, going along at an even pace. He appears well suited by the conditions of the rich Arlington Classic on July 13. C. V. Whitneys Career Boy, who looks and acts more like his better self with every trial went a handy mile in 1:40% on the main track this morning. King Ranchs Beam Rider, an eligible to Saturdays 0,000 Roseben Handicap, worked the seven-furlong distance of that fixture this morning in 1:27%. He .was under a snug hold all the way. Leallah Very Sharp For sheer speed, the fast trial of the morning was the half in :45% from the gate turned in by Charlton Clays Leallah. The brilliant daughter of Nasrullah ripped off the first three panels in :33%. Her 1957 debut cant be too far away, with the; 5,000 Mother Goose at a mile and a sixteenth on July 13 her most likely initial stakes engagement. Myron N. Goodwins Jimmer, who is pointing for Wednesdays National Stallion Stakes, sped a half in :46, handily, this morning, showing that he retains his good form. He skipped the first three furlongs in :34. Sunday morning, George D. Wideners speedy Tom Fool colt. Jester, turned in a clever five furlongs in :59%. The National Stallion candidate wore blinkers for his solo move, in which he stepped the fractions in :34%, :47,last eighth in :12%. Also on Sunday morning, Mrs. Vernon G. Cardys Levee, pointing for Saturdays 10,000-added Delaware Handicap, worked the full distance of that rich fixture, stepping a mile and a quarter in 2 : 07 in handy style. The four-year-old daughter of Hill Prince impressed the work watchers as she turned in fractions of :49, 1:15, 1:41% and 154. Her last -quarter was clocked in :25%, the final eighth in :13. Greentree Stables Pillow Fight, a three -year-old filly, finished as hough liking the distance when sent a mile in 1:41% Sunday morning. During the same light session, Eddie Holton sent Mrs. Julie Mirons Jutland an easy six furlongs in 1:15%. The son of Citation is eligible to the Roseben. Mrs. Jan Burkes Dedicate, who is aiming for the 5,000 Suburban on July 4, breezed a mile in 1:42% at Jamaica Sunday morning. The son of Princequillo went along easily in fractions of :51, 1:03, 1:16%, 1:29%, with a last quarter in :26%. This morning, Mrs. Jules Schwartz consistent Nah Hiss breezed five furlongs in 1:02% at Jamaica. Velvet Acres capable miss, First Asking, breezed a half in :49, while Edward Seinfelds Edgemere winner, Admiral Vee, loped six furlongs in 1:19. During the same session, Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs Joe Jones, who is being brought along slowly for a return to the races, breezed a half in :50. No name horses breezed at Aqueduct either morning, but two maiden colts who could -become "names" if able to run to their pedigrees were given slow five-furlong trials. These were Ralph Lowes Gray Man and Royal Clove, who were clocked in 1:03%. Gray Man is a lightly raced half-brother to Noor, while Royal Clove is an unraced son of Royal Charger from Clov-elly, who has produced several stakes winners of considerable class.