Oaklawns Farewell Day: Good Attendance And Racing Mark The Close Of Racing At Hot Springs.; Tze Lsi Astonishes Folks by Staying a Mile and Defeating Mikifula--Panette Wins and Runs Like a Good Two-Year-Old., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-12


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OAKLAWNS FAREWELL DAY GOOD ATTENDANCE AND RACING MARK THE CLOSE OF RACING AT HOT SPRINGS. Tzc-Lsi Astonishes Folks by Staying a Mil"! ar.d Ecfeating Mikifula — Phaatta Wins and Runs Like a Coo.l T.vo-Yoar-Oi;l. Hot Smiiu-s. Ark.. April 11.— Racing for this season in Hot Springs caase to a done this afternoon, with an Immense attendance on hand ta view the closing day of spurt and its attending incidents. The getaway end was na ordinary one. much below the eaateanary standard here and only nineteen layers were in line to quota prices. Tha finishes were again extremely clos.-, m some in-si me. s causing disagreement aa to the order af th iinish. The placing »t Tze l.si in front af MBdfan • •-casioned the most disagreement, the backera of the hitter holding t-.-it the officials erred in giving it to I. i.si. in this they wire mistaken, for i .-.e i.si -..,. by the finish a full head in advance, !..i Mikifula was the o. st karat in the race, lb-..a- in oil sharply soon after the start and. after gradually racing uto a posHJou thai wold have enabled him to dispose of l z. I.si with ease in the stretch racing, he swerved ant bully and tha additional ground he lost represented many lengths. The Beverwych Stable sent their recent acquisition. Eager Kate, to the post in the opener, and she eras given confident support, but I. B. larks first time starter, Panette, a chestnut gelding by Everett Pnnlitn, was .-iiso held in high favor and in won like a rarely good one from Pern ilandley ami Lady Qayety, with Bager Kate st ao time prominent, due ta greenness and interference. Hasty Cora was well supported ia the second in 1 she disposed of Priaky, her most stubborn can-I mder, in sonsewnat easy fashion at the end. Pat Xncbelkamp Finally Wins a Purse. After many efforts. Pat Km ! -lkamp finally managed to land a purse when his Arch Plotter, an TWhelmittg choice, beat Anna Krnt.-r. Iolite was given third money in this, thangfe Bectnae appeared ta hive lasted long enough to secure that position. The exodus of turfmen be ■;:,!. in earnest immedi-ately af. r the close. All the easterners departed . iiiiit. a number of special can being neceaaary for tlnir arrommodation on the regularly scbedaaed trains. Most of the owners intending to race in Kentucky will depart by special train tomorrow for Lexington. After hi victory an Lady Ward, which signalized his maiden win. the dhnJnative Brlckaaa, who is ■ local prodart, was given .-; great recepttoa. Judge Pita Gerald had promised the tiler before the race a new hat in the event thai lie WOO and the seventy-five pounder did not fail to remind the official af his promise. Jul::.. Kitz Gerald departed tonight far the east. Before leaving he stated that the aretes! lodged by J. c. Perrias an the score of irregularity in the claiming of Pn rmaa. had not been disposed of yet and that he would render a decision later. Jack Campbell, who served as aaao late judge during tin Bsaex Park meeting, will leave t»-m arrow for Louisville to aaaaaae his duties as bbc-retury of the ChurchIB Downs. Deuglna Park and Lal-.i ia tracks. Starter Morrissey Leaves for Lexington. Starter Morrissey left tonight for his home in Lexington aad nrfll begin schooling youngsters at the Kentucky Association track next week. Arthur Rtrod, who bad charge af tha hi Hang ring her- during the Essex Park meeting, will leave for Detroit to install the new mutuel Btachhues to be i:s d .it Devonshire Park, Windsor. Joseph B. hlnrtla, win. has been at Oakhrwa daring the term that the l-Ns-x Park meeting was run there, will depart for his home in St. Louis tomorrow nijrht. Charles ». Smith. J. B. Warren. Fred Ccrhardy and others Interested in the Essex Park meeting, will remain here win. ling up affairs and depart next Saturday. While the Ks- -x Park nicotine waa sueee-.sful in many particulars, financially it was net orer- Whehnhigly so. There had been a big outlay to :i up the track and the building af a grandstand and stabbs. Tin- erection of a new grandstand, as a result of the fir. . will also 1m- a costly item ii future expense. The nraaaatera, however. expo seed satisfaction over the results of this season. Bogart was claimed by O. M. Johnson after his victory last night.

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