Hawthorne Turf Notes and Other News Items of Interest, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-07


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HA WTHORNE TURF NOTES AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST The Toledo Jockey Club program books arrived Friday morning and were distributed among the horsemen at Hawthorne. The fall meeting at Toledo continues eleven days, beginning October 17 and running through to October 28, with seven races daily, carrying purses ranging from 00 to ,000. The stables which will ship from Hawthorne to Toledo are as follows: J. M. Mc-Cool, 3 ; R. Farris, J. G. Bussoy, 4 ; James Robinson, 3 ; James Goss, 2 ; N. "W. Gray, 1 ; Cain and Sanford, 11 ; A. Newman, 1 ; L. M. Reuter, 2; S. Jones, 7; "W. C. Weant, 1G; J. W. Dayton, 6 ; P. Howe, 2 ; J. Mastcrson, 2 ; G. Archibald, 3 ; H. Neusteter, 9, and I. Schafer, 3. Owner C. B. Irwin, who has had a division of his stable here since the opening day, arrived from his home at Cheyenne, "Wyo., Friday morning to remain for the remainder of the meeting. The C. B. and F. R. Irwin string will be shipped to Tijuana at the close of the Hawthorne meeting, October 11. Presiding steward Joseph A. Murphy and secretary Thomas E. Bourke had the players of both the Chicago National and American League teams at Hawthorne Park Friday afternoon as their guests, it being an off-day in the city series. Both teams turned out strong for the afternoons program. The injury Jockey J. Chalmers sustained from the webbing during "Wednesdays racing is more serious than it was thought and he will not accept any mounts for a few days. Starter George T. Miller added the following to his schooling list Friday morning: Bill McCloy. Lendonia, Arrow Point and Desert Rose. Every possible effort is being made to have the starts at Hawthorne perfect Hal Farrell, well known San Francisco horseman, was a visitor at Hawthorne. He is on his way to Latonia to purchase some racing material to race at Tanforan in the revival meeting of the famous San Francisco trade next winter. Monday will be Chicago Day and a holiday.- A special program will be arranged for the occasion. R. S. Eddy, Jr., manager of the Fair Grounds, New Orleans, arrived Friday for a one day visit He was amazed at the magnitude of the crowd and its enthusiasm. "W. Dondas, who is to have charge of the Huntington, "W. Va., mutuel department, stopped at Hawthorne for a days racing. David Corey of Chicago bought Grayssian at private terms from Thomas Hogarth. He will be trained for his new owner by Tom Hatton. R. Doyle resumed riding Friday after a three-day suspension. J. Conway was suspended for the remainder of the meeting for rough riding.

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