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k— j : : I i x%?:$:£:-: «sttsiwm aa«y« Hi 1 1 1 f i| j Little Little Hermit Hermit Rallies Rallies Under Under Korte; Korte; Sandys Sandys Joy Joy in in Front-Running Front-Running Victory Victory Leads Henrietta L Home at Delaware Taxin Filly Finishes Length And Half in Clear; Brighton Dam Makes Good atOdds-on By PALMER HEAGERTY • DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 24. — Gaining her initial victory in three start ssince Florida, John Taxins Sandys Joy this afternoon accomplished a front-running success in the featured Galloretate Purse, contested at six furlongs before a crowd of 10,276. Mrs. Ella K. Brysons Henrietta L. was second, a length and one-half behind the winner and a Mke distance before Edward A. De Angelos What Record, who raced coupled with Roman-Lu. Showing the benefits of a recent conditioning effort, the victorious three-year-old easily carried her speed for the required distance to be timed in. 1:11% under Manuel N. "Mike" Gonzalez. She returned 7.80 as the favored Prophets Bell, representing Reginald N. Webster, finished fifth in the field of 10 sophomore -fillies. Sandys Joy broke second in the field but soon had displaced Frederick E. Westen-bergers Too Hasty as the pacemaker. She was two lengths clear after a quarter mile and that margin was not decreased until Gonzalez took her under restraint in the final sixteenth. Henrietta L., follqwing a mild bid on the turn, proved no match and was all out to save the place over What Record. Brighton Dam Wins Claimer Alan T. Clarke, Maryland owner-trainer-breeder, dropped Brighton Dam into ,000 claiming company for his engagements in thes ixth race, saw him prevailed by a half length as a ,00 favorite and lost him via the halter route to David G. Nueman. The three-year-old Fritz Maisel— TMy Year gelding attained a commanding lead on the turn and had to be rouse_d sharply by Bab-Jby Mitchell to hold Raymond L. Pearsons Sweet Stroller safe by a half length in 1:12%. John M. Lees Beau Dance was two and one-half lengths farther back in third : position. A favorite opened proceedings for the. . week, Daniel Replogles After Seven taking the six-furlong event as a .60 choice i under Eldon Nelson. The winner was timed in 1:12% while prevailing by a length and one-half. Mrs. Bayard Sharps Hay "Fever ] put the finishing touches on a 6.40 Daily Double when he took th second event under Bill Stagmaier and paid 2.60. i Mrs. Alfred J. Smithwicks External Re- lations gained victory in the about two miles steeplechase but not until Mrs. M. G. Walshs Khumbaba had unseated his rider , while in -front at the eleventh jump. Exter- ] nal Relations was ridden by Joe Aitcheson ] and was timed in 3:37%, two seconds , slower than the track record shared by Morpheus and Hurst Park. In this race, i Harry Hatcher received a bruised hip and ] contusions on the head when thrown from Breakers Ahead at the first obstacle. i s «sttsiwm aa«y« Hi 1 1 1 f i| j IRON LIEGE-The Kentucky Derby winner worked seven furlongs in 1:27 handily from the gate yesterday at Arlington Park.