Many Prominent Visitors: Among the Big Gathering at Track to See Second Running of Fairmount Derby., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-06


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MANY PROMINENT VISITORS Among the Big Gathering at Track Trackto to See Second Running of ofFailmount Failmount Derby COLLINSVILLE 111 June 4 Prominent visitors at Fairmount Park to witness the running of the Fairmount Park Derby today included Hon Fred E Sterling lieutenant governor of Illinois Hon Allen F Moore of Monticello Republican national commit teeman from Illinois Hon William A Rod enberg of Washington D C former con ¬ gressman from the East St Louis district Hon L L Emmerson secretary of state of Illinois Hon George E Barr of Joliet member of the board of trustees of the Uni ¬ versity of Illinois Hon A C Millcpaugh chief clerk in the secretary of states office State Senators Edward Hughes of Chicago and Harry Wright of Joliet State Repre ¬ sentative A B Lager of Carlisle the author of the Illinois racing measure and others well known in political and social affairs of the state stateFrom From across the river in Missouri there were many visitors of prominence From Jefferson City there were Howard Cook vicepresident of the Central Missouri Trust Co of Jefferson City Lawson Price of Jef ¬ ferson City Dulaney Mahan and Mr and Mrs Bob Clayton of Hannibal Clairborne Jackson Cave Johnson Earl Brown D D Dudley and Mr and Mrs W D Lee of Mexico State Senators Michael Kinney and Joe Brogan with their families composed one of the many St Louis parties partiesHon Hon S R Stannard director of the De ¬ partment of Agriculture under whose super ¬ vision racing will be conducted under the provisions of the Illinois racing act was an interested spectator from the clubhouse lawn lawnW W Frank Carter member of the board of governors of the Fairmount Jockey Club was an able assistant of president Lyman T Hay and generalmanager C Bruce Head in entertaining the many prominent Derby Day visitors visitorsAnother Another interested spectator from Missouri was Mrs Katherine Halterman secretary of the state Democratic Committee Mrs Hal ¬ terman was accompanied by Miss Madeline Kelly of St Louis LouisThe The magnificent sterling silver trophy given by the Fairmount Jockey Club to the owner of the winner of the Fairmount Derby was presented in behalf of the Jockey Club by Hon L L Emmerson Illinois popular secretary of state

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