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Younger Horses to Hold Spotlight at Hazel Park Juveniles to Go in Adolescents And Sophomores in Border Cities HAZEL PARK, Mich., June 24.— This is "Youth Week" at Hazel Park as the five-eighths mile race course swings into the fifth full week of the spring and summer season, and nears the half-way mark of the 62-day session. Two - year - olds and three - year - olds will share the spotlight during the six days of sport as the "babies" parade postward in Wednesdays ,000 Adolescents Purse and three-year-olds accept the issue in Saturdays Border Cities Handicap at a mile and one-sixteenth. The Hazel Park course is playing host to some excellent juveniles this season, many of whom are expected to make a definite impression as they reach their .maturity. Expected to face starter Bryan Steele on Wednesday are such hopefuls as the O. G. Ranchs Grand Suspense and Sun King, Mrs. Grace Kosibas Satin Parasall and Hes First, Mrs. A. Bellardis Bene-dicto, the G. and K. Stables Fleetbelle, T. A. Grissoms Little Reaper and Lord Jan, C. Bourland Jr.s Nagol and others. In Saturdays Border Cities the sophomore flock is asked to go a comparatively unfamiliar distance of a mile and a sixteenth, but they have been well hardened for the task through earlier sprint efforts to tighten them for the task. E. J Gros-fields Brother Joss is usually charging at the end -and will like the lengthened route, while War Trouble, Turn Down, Will Command, Andy Jack and Total Traffic are distinct possibilities. Although Hazel Park has been plagued with muddy tracks for most of the first half of the season, the meeting is running about on a par with 1956, with the beat part of the meet ahead.