Final Glory Surprises In Grant Park Purse: Carries Jake Lowensteins Silks To First Win of Year at Lincoln, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-05


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Final Glory Surprises In Grant Park Purse PurseCarries Carries Jake Lowensteins Silks To First Win of Year at Lincoln LincolnSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 June 4 Final Glory owned by Jake Lowenstein of Chicago sprinted to a surprise victory in the Grant Park Purse a sixfurlong sprint that served as one of the features of todays program at Hawthorne The son of Case Ace mak ¬ ing his first start of the year was last to leave the start but Nick Jemas sent him to the front before going a quarter mile and he was never again headed headedQuizzle Quizzle representing Mrs A M Creech took down second honors while Mrs A K Weasts Equistar was best of the others in the field of seven sevenFinal Final Glory who was giving Lowenstein his first purse of the year was closely at ¬ tended by Hometown the favorite to the head of the stretch and then the Case Ace gelding drew clear He won ultimately by two lengths Quizzle was far back through the first half mile and then when brought to the outside he began to make up ground stead ¬ ily He could not quite get to the winner but he was good enough to take the lacje award by two and onehalf lengths Equi EquiContinued Continued on Page TioentyFive Final Glory Surprises In Grant Park Purse PurseContinued Continued from Page One Onestar star was an evengoing thirdr while Top nard made up enough ground to be fourth fourthHometown Hometown wound up in fifth place lead ¬ ing home the only other starters Two Ton Tony and Hasty Kiss KissSomewhat Somewhat overlooked in the betting Final Glory paid 27 for 2 2The The locally owned Hadaboy flying the colors of John Klein won his first race since 1941 by taking the opening event a run of a mile and a sixteenth This son of Hadagal was inactive all of 1942 and made four starts this year prior to his engage ¬ ment this afternoon when he get a1 head decision over Gay Hour Hadaboy ridden by Lyle Whiting raced past Gay Hour on the stretch turn and took a long lead but he weakened in the last eighth and had all he could do to protect his advantage Pure Briar was far back in third place at the Bonamo a Californiabred threeyear old owned by Walter G McCarty of Los Angeles accounted for the six furlongs sec ¬ ond race but not before he gave his sup ¬ porters some anxious moments Bonamo handled by Pliney Johnson was a distant trailer the first half mile but then he set sail and was up in time to win by a length and a half as Pat Morvich a rank outsider ran second and Beth B third

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