Nine Fleet Juveniles Meet in Joliet; Peter Pan, Roseben at Belmont Today: Civil Liberty Likely To Rule Favorite; Mr. Rabbit, Valdina Cooky, Alorter and Leavenworth Sabath Aces Main Rivals, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-29


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MRS AL SABATH Her good twoyear old Civil Liberty is the advance favor ¬ ite to annex the Joliet Stakes a race that started another of her colorbearers Alsab on the way to fame and fortune Nine Fleet Juveniles Meet in Joliet Peter Pan Roseben at Belmont Today Civil Liberty Likely To Rule Favorite FavoriteMr Mr Rabbit Valdina Cooky Alorter and Leavenworth Sabath Aces Main Rivals RivalsSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 May 28 The Lincoln Fields Jockey Club will renew the 5000 added Joliet Stakes for twoyearolds to ¬ morrow as the feature of the first of two successive big programs to be presented for the entertainment of Chicago racing rans at Hawthorne The second will come Mon ¬ day Decoration Day when the feature will be the Francis S Peabody Memorial Hand ¬ icap for older horses and when all of the net proceeds will be given to the American Red Cross and the Chicago Service Mens Center CenterThe The Joliet Stakes which is to test juve ¬ niles at five furlongs drew a field of nine including Mrs Albert Sabaths Civil Lib ¬ erty who will be out to emulate the feat of his illustrious stablemate Alsab who won the Joliet two years ago Civil Liberty a colt by Deliberator and Imperial Ann is the probable favorite for tomorrows stake the only one of the meeting for horses of his age for he has shown himself to be one of the most likely looking juvenile prospects uncovered in the Middle West this spring springThe The Sabath youngster has been to the post only three times and has won only one race but in his winning performance he turned in the fastest five furlongs run by any twoyearold in competition during the Churchill Downs season Since then he has worked well and his connections say he will be ready for his best tomorrow Before achieving his initial victory he fin ¬ ished second to Black Swan in the Bash ford Manor Stakes StakesEnded Ended Top Weight in Secondary Attraction Those expected to give Civil Liberty his principal opposition are Brownell Combs Mr Rabbit winner of his only start A C Ernsts Alorter V R Zufelts Valdina Cooky and Woolford Farms Leavenworth Rounding out the field are Hyman Fried bergs Harriet Sue the Brolite Farms Chancevive Hogan Jones Sammy An gott and Mrs H J Damms Zacapet ZacapetWhile While fans look for a lively battle when these young thoroughbreds get together they probably will show as much interest in the principal supporting feature oa to ¬ morrows program the sixfurlong Drake Hotel Handicap for threeyearolds and andContinued Continued on Page TwentyEight Nine Shifty Youngsters Clash in Joliet Stakes StakesCivil Civil Liberty Out to Emulate Alsabs Feat in Lincoln Stake StakeContinued Continued from Page One Oneupward upward This event drew a wellmatched field headed by the recently arrived Ended a fouryearold in the Mill B Stable who just got in from California Ended has been assigned top weight of 118 pounds on the strength of his splendid Bay Meadows form and under that impost will concede four pounds to his nearest rival C N Finchs Yar The latter is to perform as part of an entry with Ubiquitous Yar won here several days ago for his sixth triumph of the year yearExpected Expected to be a powerful contender for honors in the Drake is the threeyearold Burnt Cork who flew the colors of Eddie Anderson in the Kentucky Derby Burnt Cork a stakes winner in Chicago last year has to carry only 104 pounds a burden not calculated to weigh too heavily upon him himOthers Others scheduled to contest the Drake are David Straus Daily Trouble Mrs L B Muschals Cherry Trifle John M Hutchins Woof Woof and Wishbone and the Hilltop Stock Farms Topnard TopnardThe The Francis S Peabody Memorial Hand ¬ icap Monday is to bring into competition some of the better distance runners in Chicago Two of the nominees for this 5000 run of a mile and a sixteenth in ¬ dulged in private trials at Sportsmans Park this morning They were Mrs Marie Evans Shot Put who went six furlongs over the fast racing strip in 117 and Mrs Clyde Troutts Take Wing who trav ¬ eled seven furlongs in 132

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